Luella – Shiba Inu
Breed: Shiba Inu
More information about this dog
Meet Luella, the stunning Shiba Inu. This breed never has a hair out of place and with their orange/red coat they stand out, especially in stills photography.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
This happy, affectionate and loving girl has a good temperament and just loves attention and treats.
Luella loves adults and children. She is good with other dogs good but may have a little moan if they bother her too much (she has never been aggressive). She will move away from any dog that is becoming too much. Luella is good with animals but there is a possibility that she may chase cats.
As a clever pooch, she has passed the Good Citizen Dog Scheme at Bronze level. She has also passed agility levels in bronze and silver.
Due to her training, Luella can respond to commands from a distance. She can work to voice and hand signals. She will also work with an actor.
As a breed, the Shiba are active and alert. They can sometimes be aloof but are bright and sturdy in build.
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Pet Acting / Modelling Experience
Loealla is used to large crowds as she does Discover Dog each year. Although she hasn’t had any modelling jobs yet she has stood for a photographer.
In all, this top dog model is suitable for jobs according to her skill set.
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