Keegan – West Highland Terrier
Breed: West Highland Terrier
More information about this dog
Keegan the West Highland Terrier male. He is a therapy dog & works in a school with children with learning disabilities. Recently he has helped children with Down Syndrome, Tourette’s & with difficulties speaking as well as a fear of dogs – all of which have bonded with Keegan almost instantly.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
He is a well socialised pet with a gentle & calm temperament suitable for work with people of all ages being a very friendly & loving dog. Keegan is also happy to wear pet clothing & accessories with no issues.
He can perform his tricks at a distance, which is amazing for filming and photo shoots.
Keegan can be nervous with larger dogs, but generally fine with others after a formal introduction. He is great with people of all ages including children. Unfortunately, he can’t work with small furry animals.
Jump up/on an object
Ride a skateboard
Sit on a rocking horse
He achieved his KC good citizens bronze silver & gold awards before his first birthday & also attends agility which is great for taking direction & following a sequence of commands.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Keegan recently worked with The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) as part of their nationwide campaign to protect home insurance. He responded well during filming working with an actress with no issues.
This stunning terrier is a well-trained pet talent ideal for a variety of roles.
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