Leo – Siberian Husky
Breed: Siberian Husky
More information about this dog
Say Hello to Leo the male Siberian Husky dog model and actor. Leo is simply full of life and personality, still as cheeky as he was as a puppy. He is an extremely handsome boy, with striking patterns. He has a fairly rare colour for his breed, which, along with his great personality make him stand out from the crowd. He is brown, white & fawn in colour and slightly bigger then your average Husky, this just makes him even more stunning and he can take a striking photo as you can see below.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This dog actor is outgoing, excitable, very friendly and playful. He is very well socialised with other animals as well as humans, children and other dogs. He is very friendly, gentle and alert with an outgoing personality and is very intelligent with an eager disposition to learn new tricks and commands. Leo will do anything for a gravy bone treat making him very easy and keen to teach new tricks.
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Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
He filmed the Pet Deception advert forInternational Pet Charity ‘Four Paws‘ to uncover the truth of animal suffering as the starring role of the detective himself. Check out his video below. Leo is extremely good with other dogs, people and children making him an ideal dog for most given roles.
In all, this handsome chap is a suitable Husky for a wide variety of roles according to his skill set.
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