Gus – Mixed Breed
Breed: Mixed Breed
More information about this dog
Gus aged is a mixed breed dog model, three breeds in fact. They are Tibetan terrier, Lhasa Apso & Pyrenean Sheepdog. He was a stray dog in Spain until his owners adopted him and took him to London.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Gus is highly intelligent & he holds a Kennel Club bronze award. He learns new tricks very quickly (in exchange for treats, of course) and he understands Spanish as well as English. This lovely mixed breed dog has a very lovely warm personality, he loves people & other animals. He is very friendly & just wants to please his human friends with a warm welcome. He has a calm & gentle nature never shown a sign of aggression to anything or anyone.
Take a bow
Turn (on 4 or 2 legs)
Jump on/through something
Go to a mark
Push a pushchair
Fetch & hold items in the mouth/on the nose
Look for something
Skateboard to name but a few…
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Gus filmed the ‘Hindquarters‘ dog twerk commercial which involved dogs twerking and dancing provocatively. The agency teamed up with Basement Jaxx offshoot, Geranimo & Mikey, to provide music for the ad with a specially created track called Walk the Dog. Most recently Gus worked with EDF Energy; an integrated low energy company which required him to ride an electric skateboard on the street for the companies generation electric campaign.
In all, Gus is an exceptionally talented pup an ideal animal actor for any given role.
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