Harry – Wire Fox Terrier
Breed: Fox terrier
More information about this dog
Harry ‘Wagtail’ is a male Wire Fox terrier. He’s called Harry wagtail because he wags his tail from side to side which is a joy to behold. He is loyal & eager to please; a fine handsome specimen of a Fox Terrier, born from one of Irelands finest Fox Terrier breeders and a forebear of parents who were winners at Crufts.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Harry is extremely photogenic & hypoallergenic which means he doesn’t shed any hair so perfect for working with children. This is the ideal pet model for fashion editorials or lifestyle stills photography briefs. He has the cutest bendy ears & he will also tilt his head from side to side in the classic Fox Terrier fashion when he’s listening for sounds.
This terrier is very obedient & responds well to basic obedience. He is trained both privately & to KC bronze level.
He has a very loving nature, adores being with people of all ages including children & babies, he simply adores attention. He will also roll over on his back & become totally submissive which is very cute & kids adore it as they feel safe & at ease with him.
Jump onto an object & stay until a command is given
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
He has pet modelling experience having modeled for various home styling magazines whilst working with props with no issues.
In all, Harry is a very affectionate dog, loving people & other dogs. He makes the perfect pet model for roles according to his skill set.
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