Alfie – Dalmatian
More information about this dog
Alfie is male ‘patched’ Dalmatian. He is quite unique with a patch on his left eye which gives him a rather cheeky look! A lovely boy, Alfie is exceptionally well behaved as he has been very well socialised from a young pup. Strongly built with great muscular structure makes him agile and strong by nature. This stunning dog has a smooth and confident stride a fine example of his breed!
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
His favourite game is playing fetch and playing with other dogs, although he can be rather over-enthusiastic at times! Other dogs, people and cats are all his friends and he loves to be on the go. Maybe a more unusual hobby, this Dalmatian enjoys cycling with his owner and has recently started carriage dog training, a traditional Dalmatian role from a bygone age.
Howl on command,
Bark on command,
Circle around the handler,
Look to point,
Can work with props,
Happy to wear pet clothing & accessories,
Passed his Kennel Club Silver award at 5 months of age and his Gold award aged 13 months.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Alfie shot the Blu eCigs national adverts and an editorial shoot with Shortlist Magazine featuring Welsh actor Taron Egerton. He has worked on a music video with pop singer Mae Muller on her new single Anticlimax and starred in Headie One’s recent single called ”Both” – see below. Most recently Alfie worked with British Retailer Mini Boden, working with children and modelling in their recent fashion editorial campaign and also a TV advert for dog activity monitor company or fitbit for dogs known as PitPat, advert below.
He is a stunning outgoing and friendly boy available for most jobs with other animals or people according to his skill set.
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