Freddie – Weimaraner
More information about this dog
Freddie the male Weimaraner is aged 5 years of age. He is very calm & laid back for a Weimaraner – they can be known to be notoriously highly strung or neurotic! This dog has an aristocratic look making him a stunning pet model for most briefs.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This regal dog is obedient & eager to please. He is not clicker trained as he works on vocal & whistle commands. Freddie is trained in all basic obedience & will confidently respond to commands from a distance via hand or verbal commands & can follow commands from a stranger/actor. He is well socialised around other dogs & people of all ages including children being gentle & calm & relaxed.
This dog has a strong hunting instinct, but he is controlled so is able to be around rabbits & other small furry animals or birds under control as he is very obedient & well behaved generally. He is the perfect pet for fashion editorial, music videos, stills photography and small animal acting roles.
Give his paw
Jump over/on objects
Walk to heel
Walk on a lead
Jump up on hind legs & will stand supported like this for a time – as if dancing
Happy to wear pet clothing & accessories – Hats, sunglasses, jumpers, coats etc
Fetch and hold an item from land or water
Freddie is used to loud noises & strange environments with no issues. He also has no issues being off lead as he has
This handsome boy is a suitable pet talent for roles according to his dog skill set.
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