Winny – Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
More information about this dog
Winston aka ‘Winny’ is a 3-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi, tri-coloured Kennel Club registered dog from London. Winny is an experienced pet model as his mum is a pet photographer and therefore Winny has grown up in front of the lens. He is incredibly happy, confident, super friendly, great at adapting to new situations & environments and always loves meeting new people of all ages. He’s visited loads of different places around the UK and France, so he’s great at travelling by car, train, and other public transport.
Dog Modelling/Acting Ability
Winny is an ideal dog for working with props & accessories. He’s always enthusiastic about learning new tricks & being a Corgi he is definitely food motivated but that is nearly rivaled by his love of his toys.
Winston absolutely adores other people & is very friendly with kids & other animals. Since his owner is a photographer he is incredibly used to being photographed & filmed in various different situations such as the great outdoors, indoors and under studio lights & with props & he absolutely loves it!
Social Media pet Influencer
To date, he has over 70,000 followers on Instagram, which makes him a very in-demand influencer for brands with his strong social media presence ideal for marketing campaigns.
Stick them up
Balancing treats on his nose
Speak on command
Roll over to name but a few…
Pet Modelling Experience
Winny’s dog modelling has been published in Dogs Today magazine & Companion Dog World magazine. He has modelled for Tabby Rabbit illustrations & Pup Tart dog bow ties. Winny can also can be seen on MrsSizzle for a London Doggie fashion feature. He is part of the Kennel Club’s Famous Dogs of Instagram, where he attended ‘meet & greets’ at Discover Dogs and Crufts. He has also been a guest on London Live TV. Winny recently worked with Dr Scott Miller for ‘Vet on the Hill’ promotional advert.
He is a suitable dog model for pet modelling roles or roles according to his skill-set.
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