Ark – Afghan Hound
Breed: Afghan Hound
More information about this dog
Ark the stunning male Afghan Hound. This breed is incredible for dog modelling jobs.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
He is a show dog & has been trained to stand patiently & also walks majestically on the lead. True to his breed this Afghan takes a formal approach as he doesn’t take much notice of strangers. Ark is best being held on a lead as opposed to being handled by humans & performs best when given time to introduce himself.
He will work with an actor/stranger but not other animals or male dogs, he is best working with females dogs only.
This stunning animal is comfortable travelling & making a stunning pet model for stills photography & fashion editorial briefs.
Happy to be groomed,
Happy to be groomed,
Works with props,
Wears pet clothing + accessories,
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Recently Ark worked with Three UK and Ladbible for their ”Relaxing Stuff” campaign. All the dogs that worked well on this brief with no issues. Most recently this handsome pet talent worked with TK Maxx as part of their Christmas advertising and marketing campaign.
Afghans are aloof, clownish, dignified, independent & happy dogs that are stunning animals for pet modelling roles.
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