What we do
We are happy to meet before filming to discuss alongside animal handlers and trainers how to make the filming as stress free and safe as possible for the animals on set, as well as everyone else involved.
Before filming we can carry out a general clinical examination to ensure the animal is fit for filming and travel to and from set. We will also ensure that welfare standards are withheld alongside the RSPCA Five freedoms: Freedom from hunger or thirst, Freedom from discomfort, Freedom from pain or injury, Freedom to express normal behaviour and Freedom from fear or distress. During filming we will ensure any first aid emergencies are avoided and that the safest props are used.
Post filming we will efficiently provide you with written assurance that animals were not harmed or distressed during filming. We aim to provide the Veterinary Letter of Welfare within 24-48 hours of the Job.