Mia – Chinese Crested
Breed: Chinese Crested
More information about this dog
Introducing Mia the female Chinese Crested aged 6 years. She is a tiny 3kg & almost totally hairless with pink incredibly soft skin with a little brown marking in the summer months. She has a few strands of hair on the top of her head & about 6 hairs on her tail!
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
Mia is a rescue dog & has a very friendly nature. She is a sprightly little dog who loves people & goes all bendy when she is being fussed. She has a strange habit of running with one leg pulled up like a chicken leg caused by an oversensitive paw. This unique pet has a great temperament and is a registered Therapy Dog for Therapy Dogs Nationwide & is a firm favourite working at exhibitions. She doesn’t like being picked up by a stranger & will cry until put down. She’s happy to sit on a lap & loves a camera. She is trained in basic obedience making her suitable for small pet modelling briefs, stills photography and editorial work.
Happy to sit on a humans lap.
Mia is fine with other dogs, animals, adults & children and makes a suitable pet model for specific roles.
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