Draco – Boston Terrier cross Pug
Breed: Boston terrier cross Pug
More information about this dog
Draco was born in 2010 and is a female Boston terrier / Pug cross known as a Bug. She is super-loyal and caring, that’s not to say she doesn’t have her hyperactive tendencies. Draco socialises with most breeds of dogs and regularly meets her greyhound and collie friends in the local park. This means she is very well socialised and she gives them all a run for their money!
Family-time is Draco’s favourite time as well as having friends over to the house. In a flash she will make her way onto everyone’s lap. The Pug cross Boston Terrier even has her own dining chair when entertaining guests.
Draco has all basic commands and is trained to: sit, spin, lie down and shakes hands/give her paw a little persuading with a biscuit always helps.
Her father is a photographer and her mum a makeup artist / shot designer. Being in front of a camera isn’t a problem. This little dog will happily fit into any costume or outfit for a shoot, she has become very accustomed to the industry.
Draco has a sweet natured, placid and friendly personality. She is a lovable character. An ideal pet model for small roles, ideal for pet modelling, photography/ stills.
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