Gypsy – Lhasa Apso cross Poodle
Breed: Lhasa Apso
More information about this dog
Gypsy is an adorable female mixed breed of Lhasa Apso cross Poodle. She is a super friendly & adorable pet with a beautiful black & white coat. She is the most loving, kind & gentle little dog weighing apx 4.5 kilo.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
When Gypsy walks she struts her stuff with a real bounce in her step!
Gypsy may be more mature but that doesn’t stop her when it comes to performing. She learns new things very well & responds to commands. Gypsy also walks nicely on a lead & stand for periods at a time being a show dog & regular model on the grooming table & creative competitions.
She is very photogenic – point a camera at her & she poses like a true model! She loves people of all ages including children & other dogs & gets on with them all.
Gypsy will follow commands & work with anyone including strangers. She will happily wear pet clothing & accessories with no issues.
Speak on command
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
This stunning pet has pet modeling studio experience having done a shoot for a book called Bonds.
In all, Gypsy is a very loving pet, ideal for small modelling roles or briefs according to her skill set.
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