DOG TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY, COMMERCIALS, AND MAJOR MOTION PICTURES.
Candy Crawford is a member of the Memphis Film Commission and Tennessee Film Commission. She began training animals for professional photography, commercials and motion pictures in 1972. Her first professional work was done for Playboy Magazine, in which she trained a black stallion for professional pictures with a professional model.
She was requested to train animals for United Artists and MGM in 1994 and was ask to audition for Animal Planet, as a dog trainer, in 2002. She has trained dogs for United Artists, MGM, Paramount Productions and Hallmark Hall of Fame in major motion pictures such as A FAMILY THING, THE PAINTED HOUSE, BLACK SNAKE MOAN, etc. She has also trained dogs for commercials for Terminex, The Miss Junior Pageant, The Great Outdoors Event, Petco Pet Stores, etc. She has also provided a dog for a professional local photographer, API, for Sunshine Mills,(Joy Dog Food) and others.
“I am a quadriplegic due to multiple sclerosis, and I am a resident in a nursing home. Candy Crawford of All Breed trained my service dog (also named ‘Candy’), and she did a tremendous job. ‘Candy’ is trained in obedience and is also trained to open and close the door and turn off the light.