Koda – Jack Russell Terrier Cross
Breed: Jack Russel terrier cross
More information about this dog
Koda is a female Jack Russell terrier cross dog model. She is people friendly, obedient, curious, and energetic. This dog will be ideal for a variety of pet modelling roles for film, TV and media.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
Koda has her KC Silver and Bronze award and agility trained meaning she can learn a sequence of commands. This pretty pooch is happy around other dogs suitable for work with large or small alike. However, she will chase cats and cannot work with these. She will happily wear pet clothing and accessories with no issues. She can take longer to adjust to loud popping sounds and guitars on set as of late. However, she is tested and fine around stedicams getting close and mounted go-pros on her. Koda will work with an actor/stranger and be able to take direction.
She can also respond to commands from a distance with no issues and is also a medical therapy support dog. She loves people of all ages including children being patient and gentle.
Paw copy dance (lift legs to mimic)
Speak/bark on command
Fetch/hold an item
Touch (packets of food or hands/legs)
Agility trained – hurdles, see-saw, A-frame, tunnel etc
Walk on lead or to heal
Can be dressed, washed, brushed ideal for grooming briefs.
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
In all, Koda is a well-trained pet, ideal for a variety of roles requiring pet talent.
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