Leo – Miniature Labradoodle
Breed: Miniature Labradoodle
More information about this dog
Leo is a male miniature Labradoodle, a mix of a Poodle & Labrador cross, aged 4 years. He measures 26 inches from base of the tail to nose & 19 inches from floor to shoulder.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
He is a very sociable boy who loves meeting new people, & will quickly consider anyone he meets, human or canine, his new best friend. As he is a young dog he can be excitable when first meeting new people but after a few minutes is a very laid back dog once he has had his “mad 5 minutes” of saying hello, he is a gentle boy, especially with children.
He is a well-socialised boy, used to travelling in the car, going to coffee shops & restaurants & he is never fazed by much. Leo is great with other dogs, children & adults. Everyone who meets Leo seems to fall in love with him & it’s not hard to see why. He is an ideal animal actor for specific roles according to his level of training.
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Great both on & off the lead
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Leo is simply stunning & has photography pet modelling experience, having had a few photo shoots on location. He especially loves having his picture taken as he loves the attention, a true doggy model.
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