Rubie – Afghan Hound
Breed: Afghan Hound
More information about this dog
Rubie is a stunning female Afghan Hound. This unique & majestic, dog breed has an appearance quite unlike any other: dramatic silky coat, exotic face, and thin, fashion-model build. Looks aside, Afghan enthusiasts describe this hound as both aloof & comical.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
Rubie is totally unfazed by anything & has been well socialised from an early age. She has an easy-going personality & can be handled by anyone. She has a great character & is used to travelling up and down the country. This Afghan breaks the stereotypes associated with the breed, she is intelligent & follows commands well. To date, Rubie has all basic obedience & will happily work for treats & works well in a studio environment with no issues. She is very good with people of all ages including young children & other dogs making her a suitable pet for a fashion editorial, stills photography and small pet modelling roles.
Walk on a lead,
Can style hair,
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
Rubie recently worked on the Dyson advert, which involved her working with other dogs whilst remaining focused and responding to commands. She did exceptionally well on set and was loved by all. advert below.
In all, Rubie is a stunning elegant animal that is fun-loving & just loves life & being around people. She is suitable for small pet modelling roles according to her skills set.
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