Madge – Chinese Crested
Breed: Chinese Crested
More information about this dog
Madge is a stunning Chinese Crested female. She is a rather unique example of the breed, with a long protruding tongue all the time due to having very few teeth. She is quite small for her breed but makes up for it in personality. Madge has a good amount of hair on her head, feet & tail. She has short legs for the breed & has floppy ears, giving her hair the look of a bob.
There is evidence that the breed goes back to the time of the Han Dynasty in China. The name of the breed describes their coat. They also have socks of hair that cover their feet with a tuft on the end of the tail.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Madge is a rescue dog and therefore can be nervous and may take a short while to settle down. She likes adults but ‘ooofs’ at other dogs and would rather not work with young children.
Madge lives with 4 other Chinese crested dogs and can be booked with her siblings; which all look rather cute.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Madge has recently worked with Burlington socks as part of their marketing campaign. She is ideal for editorial or photography, being held by a model or to simply sit and stay.
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