Indica – Dalmatian
More information about this dog
Urban Paws UK Animal Talent and Casting Agency is proud to present pet model Indica. A female black spotted Dalmatian. She is a stunning animal with an outgoing and friendly temperament. Indica is an active dog capable of great endurance.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Indica wears coats and jumpers with no problems and is very well socialised and gets on with other dogs. Indica often gets compliments on how calm she is for a Dalmatian and how she is a great example of her breed, true star paw qualities for a dog model.
Lift individual paws one after the other
Put a paw on your knee
Put a paw on your foot
Jump high & far
Sing along to squeaky toys
Run along the side of a bicycle
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Indica recently shot a commercial for Hooters shoes Autumn/Winter TV advert 2015.
Indica’s has worked on a ‘Pet Model’ shoot for The Atlas Magazine, editorial Ilka & Franz, images below. Her most recent work includes a PR event for KidZania, Lily’s Kitchen and PDSA working with children, PR shoot for Haven Official, appeared in the Dan and Phil Christmas advent calendar and a promo-shoot for Milbank properties stills and motion.
She is an ideal pet talent for a variety of roles suitable to work with other pets and people of all ages.
Optimal Nutrition for Your Pet Before an Important Casting
Optimal Nutrition for Your Pet Before an Important Casting If your pup is just meant to be the next superstar, it is important to ensure he is sporting his best look at his next casting. Because canine beauty is ‘au naturelle’, it is vi...Read more
Harry and Meghan Live Models tour London with Capone
There was quite the commotion around London yesterday afternoon as a very familiar looking duo (or maybe even trio) walked around London. First visiting Battersea Park and then to a pub in Fulham for a spot of lunch flanked by an entourage ...Read more
How to Get Your Canine Safely And Stylishly to Their Casting Call
In the United Kingdom, driving your dog in your vehicle without suitably restraining them could leave you with a £5000 fine. Of course, safety is the most important thing when it comes to your furry friend. But, the last thing you want to...Read more