Jane the Pomeranian film star is a fine example of her breed. This confident Pomeranian film star enjoys learning new tricks and interacting. Firstly, this confident little girl is an amiable dog with her orange coat and white chest, she is one very photogenic pooch. Jane has achieved the Grand Champion Trick Dog title (the highest of the trick titles) and is the first Pomeranian worldwide.
True to the breed, Jane the Pomeranian film star is highly intelligent, she enjoys learning new tricks and also interacting with people of all ages including children and animals. This cute Pom has posed in front of professional photographers many times. In addition, this Pomeranian film star can also respond to basic voice and hand signals on sets. In total, this makes her the perfect dog model for a variety of photography and film briefs.
Overall, this foxy-faced dog has 10 other Pomeranian siblings with whom she is happy working alongside. This would make them perfect for a variety of advertising campaigns. Jane is trick trained and therefore suitable for a variety of specialised briefs.
Jane and her siblings have previous experience on a film set where they were handled and loved by all members of the crew. As well as filming for an animated pilot series for Nickelodeon which required Jane to work on green screen.
Furthermore, Jane stars as a main character in the indie horror movie, 𝗔 𝗪𝗼𝗺𝗮𝗻’𝘀 𝗕𝗲𝘀𝘁 𝗙𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗱, where Jane played the role of Eric, by Superbright Pictures and Director David Yorke and Nicci Brighten. As well as, working with Arsenal FC and Buckenham Locksmiths, and Ring indoor camera.