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Meet Wiggy!

Miniature Dachshund
Hampshire, South East
This handsome guy is Wiggy, the Long-haired Miniature Dachshund dog model. He boasts a fantastic character and is well socialised with all that he meets.
Wiggy has a near-limitless supply of energy. However, he will calm down when it’s time to work, striking the perfect balance essential in a dog model. Wiggy has great basic training and boasts all basic skills and has even earned his Kennel Club Good Citizen Bronze award
This handsome pooch loves the camera almost as much as it loves him! He’s a super choice of animal actor or dog model, not least due to his stunning good looks. This super sausage is wonderfully delicate and will allow children to pet and stroke him without any problems. Greatly expanding the number of briefs he’s available for. As you’ll see from his experience section, this well-versed dog model is also great for meet and greets, and is the perfect dog to collaborate with on celebrity-focused media campaigns.
Training checklist:
- Can be placed in position
- Can style hair
- Can work outdoors
- Child-friendly
- Dog-friendly
- Eat/drink in new environment
- Fetch item
- Food motivated
- Give paw
- Hairdryer-friendly
- Happy to be groomed
- Happy to be handled
- Harness/lead trained
- Hold item
- People-friendly
- Play ball
- Positional work
- Product placement
- Sit
- Spin
- Stand
- Stay
- Toy motivated
- Travels well
- Vacuum-friendly
- Vet-friendly
- Wears pet clothing + accessories
- Works with props
Meet and Greets

Wiggy is no stranger to working with the stars and has collaborated with a number of famous humans including Michael BallNoel FitzpatrickChris Evans (the radio presenter), Mark Wright and Marc the Vet. He has also brushed shoulders with other high-profile individuals like Ricky GervaisBrian May, and Noel Gallagher at charity meet and greets.

Commercial Adverts and Photoshoots

Inseparable Wiggy and Ruffy have worked together on most of their briefs, proving just how perfect this dog model team is!

Recently, the two featured on London Live in a Nutriment commercial. They were also handled on television by Marc the Vet during a demonstration explaining how to examine your dog for health issues. Both dog models were exceptionally well-behaved and sat happily as Marc handled them. Ruffy and Wiggy also starred in a television commercial for Hindquarters; a dog clothing and accessory label. The two happily wore pet clothing and accessories and were the stand-out bits of animal talent on the shoot.

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