Lottie is a female Bichon Frise model. She loves attention, spotlight and at times being a Diva – true model style! Lottie stand out feature is her white coat. Her super soft wool fur is always beautifully maintained. In addition, she has a star-like personality which shines through and it is hard not to fall in love with her friendly temperament.
Also, Lottie is a fine example of her breed. This pretty Bichon Frise model is a happy dog and lights up the room with her infectious personality and warm and loving temperament. As well as, being a well socialised pet talent she can happily work with other people of all ages including children and other dogs.
With great training, this cute animal extra has all basic commands and more, responding to distance work to voice and hand signals alike. Lastly, Lottie the Bichon is suitable for a range of media briefs.
She has pet modelling experience, having worked for Pet Spa London, so is used to a studio environment. Furthermore, Lottie worked with pet food company Wagg on their ‘Dogs Aren’t People’ campaign featuring as Quinoa.
Additionally, this ball of cute fluff worked with TK Maxx as part of their Christmas advertising and marketing campaign.
Also, Lottie worked on an automotive campaign as part of the launch of the new Ford Puma Megabox, mega pups puppy pampering pop up. See advert below and a TV advert for Made.com s part of their marketing campaign. As well as, a live appearance on the ‘I Literally Just Told You’ Gameshow with host Jimmy Carr and a TV advert for Lebara mobile.
Lottie was recently chosen to represent the new body of work by Patrick Goddard. Animal Antics displays Lottie talking about her nightmare to the viewer. In addition, Lottie was used for a new body of work by Patrick Goddard comprised of a 20 minute surreal comedy Whoopsie’s Dream together with four wall-based sculptures.