Shakespeare – Harlequin Great Dane
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Urban Paws UK introduces Shakespeare a Harlequin black and white Great Dane dog model. He is an experienced canine actor and has a well-rounded temperament which makes him easy to work with on any film or television project that requires a pet model.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
As a gentle giant, Shakespeare is brilliant with the little dogs he lives with and loves having his picture taken. He is a therapy dog, which shows a great standard of behaviour, making working with this sociable boy on an advertising campaign much easier. He lives with his fellow pet model Claude.
Shakespeare responds to commands from a distance which is important for dog models when working on film sets as he can take instructions with his handler a fair distance away.
This lovely boy is very happy and always wants to please. He loves children and people and is very happy to be amongst all dogs but can be a little wary of unneutered male dogs.
Shakespeare is very happy to take commands and can work with actors. He can work to voice cues and is currently working on hand signals.
He settles extremely well in all situations and has an amazing presence and loves and thrives with human contact and direction.
This impressive boy weighs in at 67kg and his size and personality will really make him stand out in any media campaign.
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Pet Acting / Modelling Experience
Shakespeare has had previous experience modelling dog beds and has also appeared on a TV advert.
In all this impressive boy will make a real impact on your next film, tv or photography project.
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