Ned – Cockapoo
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Ned the Cockapoo is a dog model, available for hire. With his good looks, personality and bundles of pet talent, he’s no stranger to pet photo shoots.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
As Ned’s owner is a dog trainer he has good general obedience, which is always beneficial on set. Ned is also clicker trained so he can learn new skills quickly and can be taught new skills on request with notice, which is great for advertising campaigns. This clever boy can work from a distance to voice and hand signals.
Ned is a smart, funny, playful, sociable, silly, sometimes shy, mummies boy that will do anything for sausage or a tennis ball! He has a curly brown coat that is kept in a puppy cut with a light beard. This great crossbreed really appeals to families so is a great choice for advertising as they have a mass appeal.
Ned is fine with people but likes to get to know them first and is better to work with children over six. However, Ned is better not working with cats as he may chase them but he has worked with dogs before. It is worth noting that he doesn’t like standing on things that move under his feet i.e. skateboards and escalators.
Ned has worked on several short films and is not fazed by the set environment.
Jump up/on/over an object,
Chin in hand,
Look cute (chin down on the floor),
Tidy up toys,
Jump in the bath on command,
Go find it (search),
Out (release from mouth),
Happy to wear pet clothing & accessories,
Can work with props,
To name but a few..
Pet Acting / Modelling Experience
Ned has been in the short film Merry Woofmas, Opus 1 (a short film) and has taken part in countless photo shoots.
This stunning pet model is ideal for a wide variety of roles requiring pet talent.
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