Lewis Hamilton Reveals How Much His Dog Apparently Makes a Day Modeling

If hearing F1 driver salaries gets you depressed, I hope you’re sitting down for this one. It turns out Lewis Hamilton’s Bulldog, Roscoe, allegedly makes $700 a day modeling for ad agencies. Hamilton revealed the information earlier this year,





saying that the dog is part of a legitimate modeling agency that sends him on auditions, sometimes competing for a spot against 10 or 15 other dogs. If Roscoe modeled full-time, he’d be raking in over $180,000 a year—around three times the median US household income in 2016.





Roscoe shares an Instagram account with Hamilton’s other Bulldog, Coco, where the two show off their lavish, pampered lifestyle under the care of the recently-crowned five-time F1 champion. Both dogs are treated to proper diets, massages, and even acupuncture treatment. Talk about spoiled.