Smurf – Parson Russell Terrier
Breed: Parson Russell Terrier
More information about this dog
Urban Paws UK animal talent agency is proud to present Smurf, a versatile mature Parson Russell Terrier dog model. Smurf is an exceptionally talented animal actor with lots of TV experience. This is a dog that can turn his paw to anything and is ideal for more complex roles.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
Smurf excels at learning new tasks in short time frames for film and TV. As an animal actor, he can complete scenes with precision and is also able to work on cue, independently. He can work to both voice and hand commands from a distance.
This little Parson Russell Terrier is one talented dog, he is even a Guinness world record holder, being the first dog to perform the most tricks in one minute, see video below. Therefore, Smurf is the perfect pet talent for a range of advertising and marketing campaigns.
He works well with people of all ages, including children and can, therefore, work with actor and model strangers. However, he does prefer to work alone without any other dogs, although he can work around the presence of other dogs in the distance, out of his personal space.
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Walks on treadmill,
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Pet Acting / Modelling Experience
This stunt dog talent has worked on plenty of film and photography projects such as:
David Walliams – Wall of fame trailer
David Lloyd leisure singles advert
Co-op – Puppy Love
The Evermoor Chronicles Season 2 (Disney Channel)
N Power Superpowers Ad Campaign
Hamstead the movie
Rownd a Rownd TV series on S4C
Company of Animals
I-Life Robot Hoover
Globber scooter Elite
Canal & River Trust
Boden A/W Fashion editorial
John Lewis & Partners
Over Glam Pet Fashion
You can see Smurfs IMBD Credits here.
Overall, Smurf is an exceptionally talented animal actor with lots of character and charm. With years of experience, this sought after terrier makes a great pet talent for almost any film or photography brief.
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