Molly – Fox Red Labrador
More information about this dog
Introducing Molly, the Labrador Dog Model with that all too familiar friendly face. One of the most established breeds of the pet modelling world, she’s sure to be in high demand for all manner of job opportunities.
The Labrador is one of the most popular and recognised breeds in Britain. The breed is shown on of thousands of products relating to pets including food, toys and household items.
Also considered the ideal family dog, the labrador is considered a gentle and loving animal, with boundless energy to spare.
Molly is no different and her calm and intuitive nature make her a natural model and a great poser for the camera!
DOG MODELLING/ACTING EXPERIENCE
Molly has a very active lifestyle. She attends a weekly dog club where she takes part in displays. She has good basic training and is obedient to recalls.
She loves to work with new people and attends a weekly coffee morning for elderly people in her village and enjoys integrating with all the new faces (and the treats they give her!).
She works well with cats as you can see from her showreel.
She would ideal to work for photoshoots, in particular for products that want to bring a familiar and warm face to the forefront.
Fetch & hold an object,
Walk to heel,
Nose to object,
Jump up/on/over an object,
In conclusion, Molly is an excellent prospect with a fantastic range of commands. Her warm and charming nature would be ideal for several brands and products. Hire her from Urban Paws now!
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