Harris Tweed – Cairn terrier
Name: Harris Tweet
Breed: Cairn terrier
More information about this dog
Harris Tweed is a handsome male Cairn Terrier dog model who is always ready to have fun. He has an out-going personality and he enjoys being the centre of attention with the spotlight on him.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This Cairn Terrier model is true to his breed considering he is very intelligent and incredibly sociable. Harris Tweed shares his home with another dog of the same breed called Ness and has a friendly relationship with the family cat. He is great with other dogs and is comfortable working with them.
Harris is happy to work with people of all ages including strangers as he is a curious dog. He is fine with both children and adults meaning he is comfortable working with models and actors.
He has achieved The Kennel Club‘s Gold Good Citizen Award for obedience. This Cairn Terrier can work from a distance to both verbal and hand signals.
Harris is also happy to be handled and enjoys being affectionate with all that he meets. He is excitable when in a new environment but after a bit of exploration he is keen to work and will give an excellent performance.
Stand-tall (on hind legs),
Weave through legs,
Pick up items from the floor on command,
Wears clothing + pet accessories,
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
As well as modelling, Harris also has on-stage theatre experience; a real showman. He has experience as an animal actor and has performed in professional pantomime. Harris appeared as Belle’s dog in ‘Beauty and the Beast’ which was staged by Polka Dot Pantomimes. He performed incredibly well and was praised by the cast and crew. Most recently this handsome terrier worked for Aldi UK, modelling their special buys pet range, see image below.
Harris also was not disturbed by the different lighting, dry ice, loud music and sound effects or dancing.
In all, this handsome terrier is an exceptionally well-trained dog ideal for a variety of complex roles.
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