Kin – Japanese Akita Inu
Breed: Japanese Akita Inu
More information about this dog
Introducing Kin the female Japanese Akita Inu. She is a very rare breed and a beautiful dog with a wicked sense of humour. She never fails to make anyone smile. Kin is also a highly trained trick dog.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Her handler is a professional dog trainer & has trained Kin to an exceptionally high level. If any specific skills are required, with notice it shouldn’t be a problem. Kin has achieved her Kennel Club Puppy Foundation assessment, Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Bronze & Silver Awards and is currently working towards her Gold Award. Kin is a top winning Japanese Akita Inu at Championship Show level.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Kin has acting experience having worked on stage on the production of You Me Bum Bum Train in the West End. She has also appeared on TV for the BBC on Bitesize Maths (Disney Channel). She has won many awards for The Kennel Club Good Citizen Bronze & Silver Awards & top winning show dog represents her breed at the Kennel Club’s Discover Dogs & the National Pet Show.
As well as acting, Kin is also accustomed to a studio environment having had lots of experience on photo shoots.
In all Kin has a superb temperament, no issues with other animals or people & suitable to any expert roles requiring animal talent.
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