Loki – Shibu Inu
Breed: Shiba Inu
More information about this dog
Introducing Loki the Shiba Inu male. He is a fine example of the breed being mischievous and cheeky dog that loves to be noticed. Shiba Inu’s are known for their stubborn streak and somewhat difficult to train, but Loki is the exception as he is well trained in all basic obedience.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This fortunate pooch has a dad that is a radio presenter for Capital Radio in London and Loki regularly visits and is therefore used to lots of bright lights and noises. He is a very confident and mischievous dog who is entirely driven and motivated by food!!! His sole motivation in life is food, making training and handling exceptionally easy. This handsome pet will respond to commands from a distance and will happily take direction from strangers/actors with no issues. Loki is very used to being in front of a camera in several different situations and will happily pose and wait until you have the perfect picture.
Give his paw
Stick em up
Speak on command
Jump up/on/over an object
Walk on a lead
Off lead agility
Happy to wear clothing & accessories
Loki is a very cheeky character!! He loves to be involved in everything we do whether its a trip to pets at home or out for coffee and thrives on positive energy!! He has a very strong character with a friendly temperament but in order to gain his trust with strangers, new people, new dogs, he prefers a calm approach. He prefers a calm approach due to a negative experience when he was younger.
Loki is also cat-friendly as he was raised with cats and shows no issues with his feline companions.
With his handsome good looks, this Japanese Inu is very photogenic and makes the perfect pet model for a variety of roles according to his skill set.
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