Hunter – Cocker Spaniel
Breed: Cocker Spaniel
More information about this dog
Meet Hunter, he is a fully brown, short-haired, working cocker spaniel dog model and pet influencer. He has a full tail and stands at a medium height. His huge ears really make him stand out from the crowd and his fun-loving attitude is sure to make a difference in your next advertising campaign.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Hunter is a fun and lovable dog model who loves attention and being around people. He loves people, including children (he sits nicely to receive attention) and is good with other dogs.
This little boy adores water and even gets in the shower himself!
He is a perfectly built/muscular working cocker spaniel with an all brown shiny coat which never needs to be groomed just trimmed every so often. Hunter can wear accessories such as bows, hats, glasses and scarves. He is also happy to hold most items in his mouth such as bones, leads, treat bags etc. making him ideal for product placement in marketing campaigns requiring pet talent.
Hold items in mouth
Fetch and hold items – post, slippers etc
Put paws on items (waist height – railings/trees)
Social Media Pet Influencer
This superstar and his best friend have a huge following with experience working with high-end brands such as Guru. Their social pages really are worth a visit as well as their blog.
In all, this sociable boy is a fantastic dog model. With his even temperament and desire to work he is a great candidate for your next TV, film or advertising campaign.
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