Hi I’m Gill Raddings founder of Stunt Dogs. We are specialist suppliers to the film, TV and advertising industry of trained animals.

We have been established for 25 years and can supply a complete service from pre-production planning and advice, risk assessment, sourcing animals where needed and training to specialist script requirements.

All our dogs are trained and handled by ourselves and are rehearsed for each shoot by the Stuntdogs team of professional trainers.

We are all qualified animal trainers who also compete successfully in recognised Kennel Club Agility, Working Trials and Obedience competitions.

Although dogs are our specialist field, over the years we have been asked to train and supply most other domestic animals including cats, chickens, cows, pigs, goats, rats etc. Therefore we can offer farm and domestic animals all trained to the highest level. Full insurance cover is provided.

Please take a look at our page of credits, and I think you’ll agree we have the breadth of experience and animals for most filming requirements, but if there is anything else you’d like to know, or if there are further images or information on any of our animals you’d like please get in touch with me.



Sykes as Harvey


Far from the Madding Crowd
Heart of the Sea


Doc Martin
Midsomer Murders

The presiding genius of Catwalk Dogs was unquestionably Gill Raddings.
Catwalk Dogs, ITV1
Today really could not have happened with out your expertise, knowledge and time and I really appreciate it. Please pass my thanks onto Lynn as well who was a key member of the crew and I really appreciate her jumping in to help out the make up team
Thom Green, Production Manager
Thanks so much for all your help, Teaka is a wonderful dog and everyone loved her.
Dan Cleland
Thank you so much for organising for last night. Sykes was brilliant and his handlers were great.
Emma Burke, Cactus TV
Thanks again for another amazing job. Was a pleasure working with you both and all the dogs were fantastic (and the crew were extremely grateful for their short day yesterday!)
Elizabeth Dorsett