Dash – Australian Shepherd
Breed: Australian Shepherd
More information about this dog
Dash the stunning male Australian Shepherd. He is a medium-sized working dog with great stamina and agility. He has a very even temperament and is loyal and attentive in everything that he does. His intelligence and obedience make him great with learning new commands.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Dash has achieved his bronze KC good citizens and he learns new skills very fast. He will work for food or toys or just for the fun of it and knows hand signals, as well as voice commands. This sociable boy will happily work for strangers on set.
He will also happily and comfortably wear pet clothing and he looks good wet too. Dash is an all-around very laid back and happy dog.
Dash is fine with children, other dogs, people and other animals.
Give his paw
Bark on command
Skip with a skipping rope,
Handstand up a wall
Hold an object
With notice, Dash can be trained to learn new skills easily.
He is a suitable pet talent for specific roles. This stunning Shepherd loves attention; he’s a very eye-catching dog even for the breed and certainly knows how to pose in front of the camera.
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