Dizzy – Pomeranian x Maltese
Breed: Pomeranian X maltese
More information about this dog
Introducing Dizzy, the female, multi-skilled Pomeranian x Maltese dog model. This mixed breed is extremely friendly and sociable and she loves to meet a variety of different people and animals.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This stunning mixed breed is exceptionally talented and has an endless trick list. Dizzy is highly intelligent and very eager to learn, she is constantly learning new and exciting commands every day and loves to perform them.
Dizzy is very well-socialised with people and other animals alike and loves to make new friends with all that she meets. This little lady is both cat-friendly and dog-friendly and will be more than happy to model or act alongside her furry friends.
She loves to be affectionate and enjoys being held and handled by both children and adults. Due to this, she will be comfortable working with a variety of models or actors of all ages.
Weave through legs or arms,
Circle handle and an object,
Send away to a mark or bed,
Puts chin down to look ‘sad’,
Jump over something,
Walk backwards across a large distance,
Walk on handlers feet,
Jump through arms/legs/hoops,
Stop at distance/on recall,
Put two front feet on any prop,
Dip head down to ‘hide’ or ‘say prayers’,
Stand/walk on hind legs,
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
She is also used to performing in public as part of a demonstration team and she loves to do ‘meet and greets’ with many new people. As she has all of this experience, she is used to working in many different environments and travelling to multiple locations.
In all, this super cute and super talented mixed breed makes the ideal animal actor for a wide variety of roles requiring expert pet talent.
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