Scout – Lurcher
More information about this dog
Scout is a handsome lurcher with fawn merle markings dotted about on him. He is one of our perfectly imperfect pet models, with him only having one eye, this really adds a quirky characteristic to him and makes him stand out in the crowd. Scout is suitable for fashion editorial, advertising campaigns, brand awareness and more.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
Scout regularly attends training classes to keep on top of his basic obedience and socialisation. He is also a PAT (Pets As Therapy) dog, so regularly meets new people, when he does he is very calm and well behaved. Scout also enjoys meeting dogs and other animals, so upon an introduction can work with them also.
Scout’s colouring is very unique, and really stands out, he would look beautiful for product placement work for a lifestyle-themed shoot.
Pet Acting/Modelling Experience
Scout is an experienced dog model and has participated in photoshoots numerous times. He has been used for Deanne Ward photography for their working dog project (as a pet therapy dog). Scout has also been featured in The Sun newspaper for their Hero Dog Awards 2018.
More recently, Scout worked with IAMS on their campaign promoting dog rescue. He is also the star of his own book which his owner has written and Scout has modelled for the book cover, “For the love of Scout: Promises to a small dog” published by Hubble and Hattie publishers.
Scout is an excellent pet model, he can be booked for a number of roles.
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