Bug – Pug
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Bug the female Pug is a great example of her breed, being slim in build and fit and active by nature. She is very friendly with everyone she meets. This well-socialised pet loves people of all ages including children.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
She adores people & loves to play with children. She lives with 3 children at home & bug makes them smile daily. She is also well socialised with other animals as she lives with huskies, parrots & horses which she has no issues with.
This beautiful Pug is full of energy with a bubbly personality with a lively disposition. She is always eager to please & loves to meet new people & greets her friends in the same enthusiastic manner! She is certainly food motivated & this has helped train her effectively with his basic commands & tricks.
She has great recall and is happy carrying items in her mouth. She can also work from a distance and with props or take commands from other people on set.
Pretend to be shot (play dead)
Stick em up
Walks on her back legs
Bugs handler is a dog trainer so can teach Bug new tricks with notice.
In all, Bug has a lovely temperament & can work with other dogs or animals. She has great charm & very obedient making her an ideal pet model for specific briefs.
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