Daisy – Hungarian Pumi
Breed: Hungarian Pumi mix
More information about this dog
Daisy is a female Hungarian Pumi mix that was a Romanian street dog who was on death row in a public shelter facing certain death. The charity had a quota of how many dogs could be rescued on that trip & Daisy was not one of the lucky ones; that was until her personality sparked a mission to save her!
She’s a funny looking little girl with crazy hair & teddy bear eyes, she is very unique looking & has that beautiful scruffy charm about her. She has won the hearts of everyone she has met as she has a hell of a personality to match her looks & makes everyone laugh!
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
Daisy knows a huge array of tricks & commands and can work from a distance with no issues. She is very obedient & very food orientated making training very easy. She is very versatile and will work for other people including strangers/actors. This pretty pooch has had lots of experience in big arenas & busy shows & a variety of studio & outdoor environments & nothing really worries her. She can be a little nervous of children if they are very excitable or boisterous but she is fantastic with other dogs & animals &lives with two cats, two brothers & a horse! This unique mixed breed also trains in agility & loves swimming.
Daisy is clicker trained & can be taught a new trick super fast & she is learning new tricks every day! She can be taught new behaviours on request with notice.
She also has a cute full Hungarian Pumi brother, shown in the pictures, which make an awesome Pumi double act!
Go to mark
Hide her face
Give CPR to name but a few!
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
She has really gone from rags to riches & now competes in demos around the country performing her tricks, including some of the biggest dog shows like National Pet Show & Dog Fest. Daisy has competed at the finals of Superdogs Live at the London Pet Show, been shortlisted to 7 out of 1000 participants for a new game show involving dog skills & is currently competing to make her way into the Young Kennel Club Heelwork to Music finals at Crufts 2017.
As well as trick demo’s, she has worked for Company of Animals and featured on ITV’s documentary Britains Favourite Dogs.
Daisy is a highly well-trained pet talent that can work with other dogs, animals & people of all ages suitable for any role.
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