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 9-year-old Parson Russell Terrier. He 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.
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 able to work on cue, independently.
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!
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Dog Acting Ability
Good with adults and children and has worked with both. Smurf is at his best working alone, rather than with other animals.
Trained by his owner he can work to both voice and hand signals for film work, whilst his handler is up to 15 feet away.
If you need a dog that can grab a beer from the fridge, wrap tinsel around a Christmas tree or fake wee – he’s the canine actor for the job. With a variety of tricks under his belt, he can also grab something from an actor and pretend to run away or take an object gently and give it to an actor, such as a rose.
Animal Acting Experience
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
Company of Animals
I-Life Robot Hoover
Smurf – IMBD Credits
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