Archer – Bedlington Terrier
Breed: Bedlington terrier
More information about this dog
Meet Archer a 3-year-old well trained Bedlington Terrier. He’s cute, funny, loving & loves to perform tricks. Archer has a fantastic temperament & is very affectionate with all that he meets. He is a versatile dog being highly intelligent & obedient yet he possesses a cute & cuddly look with his distinctive topknot on his head.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
‘Holding a pose’ is not a big deal for him as well as all trained skills which he has gained so far. This unique chap is clicker trained & has the ability to learn new tasks very quickly. However, he can also work without it. Archer is also able to work at a distance to voice or hand signals. He’s calm & behaves professionally when working. His handler is a professional dog trainer & can teach Archer new skills/tricks on request with notice.
This talented dog is happy to work with other people including children & is confident in new situations or environments. Archer is happy working alongside other dogs. Although he’s very sociable, his professionalism leads him to the ability to ignore other dogs & he will not be distracted by them when working. He’s not very experienced working with cats or other small creatures but he’s fantastic with people of all ages & loves to work for anyone if asked.
Send to a ‘mark’
Touch an object with his nose
Jump over/through an object
Go around an object
Hold an object in his mouth
Put his paws up on an object
Unroll a rolled up mat
Walk in between trainer’s legs
Lay his chin on an object or onto the floor – all at a distance!
He has achieved his Gold, Silver, & Bronze KC Good Citizen Award & therefore trained to a very high standard. Archer is a suitable pet for a wide variety of roles requiring expert talent.
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