Meet Digby, the extraordinary Cockapoo dog model with an undeniable charm and stunning looks. His captivating brown eyes and long, dropped ears complement his lovely soft and gentle nature. What sets Digby apart is not just his appearance, but also his exceptional intelligence and quick learning abilities. His motivation for food, particularly sausages or chicken, makes training a breeze.
Moreover, Digby’s talents shine as he proudly participates in the Dog Display Team. Flawlessly executing a musical choreography alongside other dogs. Ignoring distractions, following commands, and performing tricks are all in a day’s work for this pro!
With an expressive face that effortlessly switches between regal and dignified to pure excitement at the sight of a ball, Digby’s tail becomes a blur of joy. His calm and relaxed demeanour, coupled with the fact that very few things faze him, make him an ideal trick-trained talent for a variety of marketing and advertising projects.
This handsome Cockapoo dog model now shares his home with a puppy sibling, therefore offering the unique opportunity to book this dynamic duo for projects that require an extra dose of canine charisma. Digby is not just a pet; he’s a delightful, dependable, smart, and sweet-natured companion ready to bring his unique charm to any project he takes on.
He trotted onto the Yappy.com Halloween set with fake gravestones, pumpkins, and floating spiders as if it was his back garden! In between takes, he was happy to lie down and be stroked by some of the crew. When it was time to perform, he went onto set where he was happy to hold a pose whilst the crew got the lighting and camera angle right.
He participated in the Dog Display Team where he had to follow a musical choreography with other dogs. Digby had to ignore distractions, follow commands and perform tricks. He’s a pro! And most recently Digby modelling for supermarket giant Aldi UK. Digby is unnatural behind the camera as seen in his feature on BBC’s ‘The One Show‘
All in all, Digby is an ideal talent for the more complex roles for film and TV.