There is no specific 'type' of pet we are looking for. Our clients are looking for many different looks.
How can my pet expect to earn?
This will vary on the type of assignment, duration and location. This will also vary upon how experienced your pet is. A highly trained animal could expect to earn hundreds or even thousands of pounds for a day's work. For an animal just starting out in the industry, it is more likely they would earn an hourly rate.
Will I have to travel?
The shoot will be at the location of the clients choice, and you will be asked at the time of registration how far you are willing to travel. It is important you think about this carefully and ensure that you can commit to the distance you stated. You will be re-embursed for any travel costs involved.
Can I model with my pet?
Occasionally, a client may accept the owner as an extra. For this reason we have the optional extra of supplying an 'owner' photograph should you wish to be considered for assignments with your pet.
I don't live in the UK, can I sign up?
At this time, we are only accepting UK applicants
How do I sign up?
Please complete the application form and then you will hear from us within 1 week
Does my pet need special skills?
It is not essential that your pet has any special skills but if they do then please ensure you explain these in the application form.
What happens after I join?
We will use the information and photographs you have provided to create an online portfolio for your pet. This will provide essential information for our clients to review when making their booking
Is it going to cost me anything?
A lot of agencies charge a large upfront fee. we charge a low fee, solely to cover the costs of creating your pets personal online portfolio and webpage. This fee is £19.99 per pet family (multiple pets living in the same household can sign up together) for 12 months, or £29.99 for 3 years.
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