Humphrey and Hattie – Wire Fox Terriers
Name: Humphrey and Hattie
Breed: Wire Fox terriers
More information about this dog
Humphrey & Hattie are a male & female (long haired) Wire Fox terrier duo available together or as solo models.
Humphrey is an adult male. He has a loving & affectionate temperament & is very patient with his little cousin Hattie. Humphrey is very friendly with people & will lick you to death if you give him the chance.
Humphrey is the ideal pet model as he is used to wearing pet clothes & accessories; he has several outfits (skater boy, Sherlock bones, rugby lad to name but a few). He enjoys wearing these & he has won many a competition in & around London – ‘most fashionable dog’, ‘handsomest dog’ etc.
This stunning terrier is trained in basic obedience & will confidently sit, stay, down & wait. He sits well for stills photography & responds to voice & signals. He is treat & toy motivated & can work from a distance.
Humphrey features in the book ‘Pub Dogs of London’, has been in Metro & Evening Standard, The Guardian & he has modelled in a fashion show for Sniffie. This is a hipster dog with his beard & snazzy taste in neckwear. He is inquisitive, lively, alert & especially loves to play. He is a seasoned traveller & is the epitome of Zen on any form of transport.
Humphrey is a Dogi which means he joins his owner in the Doga positions & is a calm & zen like Dogi. He is well socialised with other dogs being calm & well-behaved
Humphrey shot the Tom Ford editorial style rule book advert and he worked with Cath Kidston as part of their Christmas marketing campaign in-store, online and editorial. Recenlty this handsome pup worked on the autumn / Winter fashion editorial for Boden. Most recently this handsome terrier worked with ZEISS Vision SmartLife Lenses, see the advert and stills below. The brief required Humphrey to work with strangers which he did with no issues.
He is an ideal classic breed dog for pet modelling and animal acting roles.
Hattie is a female wire Fox terrier. She is Humphrey’s cousin & extremely friendly & affectionate with all that she meets.
Hattie is food motivated & will sit & stay for her treats. This stunning pooch will happily wear clothing & accessories & is well behaved generally, but being a puppy she can get over-excited at times.
Hattie is used to being photographed & attracts a lot of attention in the street. She travels very confidently on all forms of transport & is a very experienced London commuter.
To date, this petite girl has basic obedience & will sit & stay & also has good recall making her an ideal dog for editorial & stills photography roles.
This sweet-natured girl is a well-socialised pet, suitable for small pet modelling roles
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