Meet Humphrey, the dashing Wire Fox Terrier dog model. This iconic British breed holds a special place in the world of fashion editorial and lifestyle marketing. With his classic charm, Humphrey is an exceptional choice for both pet modelling and animal acting roles.
Humphrey perfectly embodies the essence of a pet model, as he is accustomed to adorning pet clothes and accessories. From skater boy to Sherlock Bones to rugby lad outfits, he’s a fashion sensation.
Humphrey isn’t just a stylish dog; he’s also a Dogi, joining his owner in tranquil Doga positions, showcasing his calm and Zen-like nature. With a well-socialised disposition around other dogs, he emanates calmness and good behaviour.
Humphrey features in the book ‘Pub Dogs of London’, has been in Metro & Evening Standard, The Guardian & he has modelled in a fashion show for Sniffie. This is a hipster dog with his beard & snazzy taste in neckwear. He is inquisitive, lively, alert & especially loves to play. He is a seasoned traveller & is the epitome of Zen on any form of transport.
Humphrey shot the Tom Ford editorial style rule book advert and he worked with Cath Kidston as part of their Christmas marketing campaign in-store, online and editorial. Recently this handsome pup worked on multiple fashion editorials for Boden.
This handsome terrier worked with ZEISS Vision SmartLife Lenses, see the advert and stills below. The brief required Humphrey to work with strangers which he did with no issues.
Most recently Humphrey worked for pet food; Bowlers at Fetch by Ocado, which required him to work in a studio environment which he did with no issues. He also worked on a lifestyle shoot for John Lewis.
As well as pet modelling roles, Humphrey is just as popular for meet & greets. He has been booked by Bills Restaurant as part of their new menu and venue launch. Humphrey loved meeting the guest and was happy to have pictures with the eatery guests.
Lastly, Humphrey was used for promoting products for Not On The High Street.