Bentley – Bulldog cross
Breed: Alapaha blood Bulldog cross Old Tyme Bulldog
More information about this dog
Bentley is an Alapaha blue blood Bulldog cross old thyme Bulldog. He is a large boy weighing 44kg & 21″ from shoulder.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Bentley is a very friendly boy & loves nothing more than going on play dates, attending dog shows & practising his agility skills. He lives with other dogs, cats & 5 rats & gets along with everyone.
Bentley has been reward based trained so will work very well if he has treats but will also do basic commands without any reward. He can also work with strangers & will take direction from them well.
Depending on the situation he can work with dogs, he is very social but can get excited & wants to play. Bentley is great with other dogs, playful with puppies also. He is brilliant with children & people as he is very social.
Paws on an object
He has passed his bronze KC good citizen award & is waiting to be tested for silver.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
This Bulldog cross has pet modelling experience having done a cover shoot for a dog magazine & also TV experience as he filmed ‘the Secret Life of Dogs’ on channel 4.
In all, he is an ideal dog suitable for work on most briefs.
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