Pet dog supplements Lewis Hamilton’s millions by working as a £560-a-day Model

When times are tough, as the owner of a handsome dog or child it is not unusual to turn to your pretty one and think: maybe he could be a model? For millionaire racing champion Lewis Hamilton, this option is a luxury. And he chooses to hire out his British bulldog Roscoe for $700 – or £560 – a day.

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That’s a potential of £188,000 a year, which is more than six times the average British human salary. While Roscoe only works when decent gigs come up, he still earns more than enough to keep him in posh food, massages, and acupuncture.

Won’t get out of dog bed for less than £500

Earning over £35m a year as a driver, Lewis Hamilton hardly needs Roscoe to earn his keep. The dog, and his partner Coco, follow Hamilton around the world in his (Lewis’s) private jet, stay in the best hotels, and flit between Hamilton’s numerous luxury homes.

So why does he do it? Apparently, Roscoe’s in it for the treats.

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“It’s ridiculous and he gets his treat, he loves it,” claims Hamilton, as reported in The Metro.

Facing off against up to 15 other bulldogs in each audition also gives Roscoe a sense of competition and purpose. But what about the seedier side of the modelling industry?

 

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Freeze! Strike a pose…

Roscoe is a healthy young dog surrounded by the best looking hounds in modelling. It’s no wonder his libido began to get out of hand.

“The poor guy would wake up randomly and he would ejaculate everywhere,” continues Hamilton.

“He would get scared and wouldn’t know what happened, it was so funny, but it was bad as it was everywhere.”

Like so many dogs, then, Roscoe has had the snip. But not without freezing his precious fluid for future breeding opportunities.

If his bred-to-order offspring are half as handsome as Roscoe, a champagne bottle of that stuff would be quite an investment.

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John is a filmmaker and freelance writer. Specialising in leadership, digital media and personal growth, his passions include world cinema and biscuits. He grew up with a golden Labrador named Abba (both of them were children of the '70s) and is nicknamed "G-Dog" for his dogly approach to life. He lives in London but is always on the move.