I wish god would have made me either as cute as Shirley, the dog or as renowned as Lyn Harris. Either way I would have generated big mullahs either by modeling for it or by promoting it under an established brand. Shirley, from North London would now be the familiar face of a new fragrance Petite Armande by Lyn Harris. This three-year-old grande bassett would be the latest supermodel to hit the poster and have earned $50,000 (£25,000) for the same. This would be followed by the video marketing campaign for the seller, Mungo & Maud, who have plans to model its products in Britain’s market eyeing luxury pet industry.
Retailed at £38 ($80), this perfume bottle with a fragrance is inspired by sweet vanilla bourbon, with elegance of French blackcurrant and Tunisian neroli. Shirley overshadowed 29 prospective candidates at a final audition in Hoxton, East London. She is reckoned to bring the attitude of Kate Moss to the dog modeling world. One of the industry men expressed her as “one of the sophisticated bitches in the industry.” The perfume would surely invigorate the dog besides appealing to the human senses. It is anticipated that Shirley might have to face tough competition as within three days Harrods would be unveiling its own dog perfume, Sexy Beast. But this doesn’t shake the confidence of Mungo & Maud of owing the best dog….ooops BITCH.