Indie – Red Merle Border Collie
Breed: Red merle Border Collie - Mature
More information about this dog
Indie is a mature Red Merle Border Collie female. She is a medium-sized dog & is strikingly beautiful, with one blue eye & one brown eye. Indie knows hundreds of different tricks/behaviours & it would be difficult to find something that she can’t do. She is trained to an incredibly high standard, is very intelligent & loves to have a job to do.
Dog Modelling/Acting Ability
She can work at a distance & picks up new things at an incredible speed making her skills list endless. She is clicker trained & enjoys training for both food and toy rewards. This talented Collie is suitable for any job, from the most simple to the most complex of roles. Indie is very obedient & can work with people of all ages, other dogs or other animals. She lives with 2 cats & is used to being around sheep, chickens, llamas & horses. She is a fantastic swimmer & loves to dive in & retrieve, making her suitable for any roles involving water; a real action dog. She is also trained in obedience, agility & has done some gun dog training.
Jump up/over/on/through an object,
Fetch & hold an item in mouth (static or moving or whilst doing tricks),
Load a washing machine,
Can work with props,
Happy to wear pet clothing & accessories,
Hide (paws on something and dip head down),
Shy (cover face with a paw),
Walk on hind legs to name but a few…
Pet Modelling Experience
She has appeared on television, winning the ITV show That Dog Can Dance, auditioning for Britain’s Got Talent (for which she received 4 yeses from the judges & a standing ovation) &The Alan Titchmarsh Show. Indie won Superdogs Live at the London Pet Show & National Pet Show 2014 & also won Crufts Factor 2014. Indie is an Advanced level Heelwork to Music & Freestyle dog, consistently making it into the top 10 dogs in the U.K. to compete in the finals at Crufts and taking 3rd place in the Heelwork to Music final at Crufts 2016. Indie qualified for the Crufts 2017 semifinals in both Heelwork to Music & Freestyle.
She has acted in adverts for pet products including the Foobler and the Anxiety Wrap, has modelled for pet products & has also been the star of advertising for events such as Dog Fest & the National Pet Shows. Indie’s success means she has featured in many newspapers & magazines.
Indie has panto experience having worked for Polka-dot Pantomimes Beauty & the Beast December/Jan 2015/16. She recently filmed the Vets Now TVC & for Piaggio’s online adverts and most recently, this striking Collie worked with consumer-based company JML, working with pet product The Woof Glider, a soft and safe indoor play toy for dogs. Rebel worked on the stills and also appears on the packaging for the product.
Most recently Indie worked with concentrated disinfectant company Zoflora; an odour neutralising antibacterial cleaning product. Indie worked in a studio on a stills shoot for the company as well as attending Crufts and performing tricks and meeting/greeting guests at the Zoflora stand.
As well as acting roles, Indie is also available for live trick demonstrations and meet & greets. She recently performed at the Merseyway Stockport shopping centre.
Indie is a beautiful pet suitable for any role requiring expert talent.
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