Lola – English Bulldog
Breed: English Bulldog
More information about this dog
Lola is a female English Bulldog dog model; her adorable face and perfect head tilt give her that added wow factor. Lola is a very placid, relaxed and loving dog who is well socialised, she is described as a gentle giant who will do anything for a good belly rub. She makes for the perfect pet model with her laid-back personality and lovable features.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This stunning Bully breed is suitable to work with people of all ages including children, as she has been brought up in a family home. Lola can also work with cats and has no issues working with other animals, making her a perfect dog model for a variety of photography or film briefs. She is happy to be handled and comfortable around new faces in unfamiliar surrounds.
Walks on lead,
Happy to be handled,
In all, Lola has that iconic British Bulldog look, with her muscular, hefty build and wrinkled face, making this breed the ultimate cuddly pet, she is great for meet and greets experiences as British Bulldogs are symbolic for representing British culture.
The breed is a popular family favourite, a loyal and loving pet, perfect for pet modelling with a variety of marketing and advertisement campaigns.
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