Henry – Basset Hound
Breed: Basset Hound
More information about this dog
Urban Paws introduces Henry the Basset Hound. This talented canine actor has worked on a number of projects before and is available to work on film, media and television projects.
Pet Modelling/Acting Ability
With his photogenic looks and previous pet model experience Henry clearly has lots of ability when it comes to working in front of a camera. He is a very sociable dog with a fantastic temperament. Not one to be shy he loves people of all ages. This can lend itself to lifestyle photoshoots as he is happy to be around people.
Henry is able to take commands from his owners and other people, which means he is able to work with a human model or actor which is great for advertising campaigns or product placement.
As he has already worked as a dog model this clever pooch has proven he is well behaved on set and is able to perform in a studio environment. You can see from the selection of photographs below why brands have opted to work with Henry.
Happy Henry gives off lots of positive vibes and has the discipline to perform under professional circumstances.
Walk on a lead,
Work with props,
Wears pet clothing + accessories,
Pet Modelling/Acting Experience
Henry is good at working with other people on set and has previously worked on a billboard campaign for More Than Insurance, shop retailer Hammerson and dog photographer firm PhoDOGraphy on successful projects.
In all, this handsome pooch makes the perfect pet model for a variety of roles according to his skill set.
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