Lola – Rottweiler
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Lola the Rottweiler is a very happy-go-lucky, vibrant, energetic young female.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
As a Rottweiler, she holds some strong breed characteristics which include; being exceptionally obedient, fearless, devoted to her human companions, confident & self-assured & of course good-natured. She has no behavioural issues whatsoever & shows off her exceptional temperament with all that she meets.
Lola absolutely loves her training & thrives learning new skills, with an eager to please attitude. She is very food & toy motivated, with constant enthusiasm. All her commands are done through vocal commands along with hand signals. She is very obedient with anyone meaning she will follow commands from a stranger as she thrives to please at all times.
This Rottie has been well socialised with other animals & is very happy with other dogs, & lives at home with two cats who she will cuddle up with on the sofa, or let them chase her around the garden. She’s very friendly with people of all ages including small children.
Stay (long & short distance)
Walk to heel on & off lead
Send away to an object
The beautiful Lola has exceptionally striking features & make a stunning pet model. She is a suitable pet for small roles requiring pet talent.
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