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Meet Ark!

Breed:
Afghan Hound
Age:
6
Location:
East Sussex, South East
Bio:

Please bow before Ark, the stunning Afghan Hound dog model, and animal actor. This gorgeous boy is a true show-stopper and will add a touch of regal flair to any media campaign or film production.

Ark is also a well-known show dog and excels in being the center of attention. With lots of on-set experience, he is a fantastic animal talent in roles that require simple obedience.

Afghan Hounds are known to be clown-like, dignified, independent, and happy and Ark is no exception. This lovely dog model is an excellent choice for pet photography & film-based campaigns or any media project that requires a statuesque pet, then Ark is the man for the job!

 

Training checklist:
- Can be placed in position
- Can style hair
- Can work outdoors
- Dog-friendly
- Give paw
- Go to bed
- Go to mark
- Happy to be groomed
- Happy to be handled
- High five
- Jump up/on/over an object
- Lie down
- Look at point
- Positional work
- Product placement
- Show dog
- Sit
- Stand
- Stay
- Touch item
- Travels well
- Vacuum-friendly
- Vet-friendly
- Wear glasses
- Wears pet clothing + accessories
- Work from a distance
- Works with props
Experience:

This elegant bit of animal talent is highly experienced as both a show dog and a pet model.

Ark has worked with some of the most recognisable brands in the country including Three UK and Ladbible with zero issues. Ark also stars in a Betfair advert featuring several of our dog models as well as a Christmas campaign for Selfridges and Dunhill.  Ark stars in a social media campaign for Pooch & Mutt where he can be seen showcasing his beautiful coat for their new Soft & Shiny food range.

His look can be tailored to fit any brand, and he makes a stunning addition to any media campaign.

View Ark's portfolio

 

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