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GenderBitch (Female)
SizeMedium Dog
CountryUnited Kingdom
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Daisy is a professional model and has her performing animal licence and public liability insurance.

Daisy has worked professionally since she was 6 months old. She has worked for numerous companies including -Pit Pat, Lilys kitchen, Tinder U.K. Many Pets Insurance, The White Company, Front of the Pack, Everypaw insurance, Dobbies garden centre, Fat Face, Animal Health insurance and Daisy also had the starring role in an advert for Uber Eats.

Daisy has recently worked with the comedian Katherine Ryan, recreating the lady and the tramp spaghetti eating scene for the company Gousto!

Daisy can currently be seen in this years ‘Fat Face’ Christmas advert and in Fat Face stores up and down the country.

Daisy has a growing online presence – 16.4k followers on IG, where she regularly works as a brand rep, modelling for various online dog companies both in the U.K. and abroad.

Daisy benefits from being calm on set, works well from a distance and happy modelling with other dogs.

She can pose balancing on objects, hold things in her mouth, tilt head, high five, work with props and people and is very comfortable wearing clothes, glasses and accessories.

Daisy lives with a small red Toy Poodle called Lily who is also registered. They are very happy posing together for both photos and videos.


High-five, Jump, Leave, Settle and remain for 1 min, Sit and remain for 1 min, Sit on a box

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