Working Wildlife

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In the world of professional animal training, no name commands as much respect as Steve Martin's Working Wildlife.

As a long-time consultant to the major motion picture industry, and champion of the "positive reinforcement" training methods by which many animal training companies regard as the modern standard of excellence, Steve Martin's Working Wildlife's expertise in animal behavior and original training methodology is an integral part of the entertainment business as we know it today.

Working Wildlife specializes in over 100 unique "animal actors" who have starred in countless productions, including:

Feature Films
Television Series
Commercials
Student Projects
Videos
Stills & Print Ads
Album Covers
Private Parties
Live Events
Charitable Endeavors
Educational Programs
Community Parades
and much more!

Our animal trainers are specialized professionals, qualified to discuss the details of your shoot, project, or event, which will insure a safe, smooth and successful performance from the animal(s) you select. Each trainer cares for and trains their particular animals, from bottle feeding to adulthood. Babies are raised at home with the trainer and their family members, creating loving animals that are fun and *safe* to be around. Our love and care for each animal sets us apart from others, as can easily be seen on every single shoot.

We also offer spectacular animal education programs for schools, churches, community groups, private events, or otherwise. These programs provide people of all ages with the unique and rare opportunity to experience and enjoy wild animals up close and personal in a way that would be impossible to achieve behind bars at a zoo. This is by far the most stimulating way to learn about these wonderful creatures and what we can do to help preserve them through awareness and education.

We believe that the only way to raise an animal is with the same love and compassion you would use to raise your children, and we set out to improve the human/animal bond each and every day.

For more information, give us a call at 661.245.2406, or visit us online at WorkingWildlife.com

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