Mia – Siberian Husky cross Akita
More information about this dog
Mia is a mix of Siberian Husky cross Akita known as a Huskita. She is a friendly, playful and very obedient girl with a calm and warming temperament. Weighing in at 30kg, Mia is blonde and white with a faint black strip down her back and tail.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Mia loves to learn and is eager to please. Mia will follow commands with both hand gestures and verbally and can work from a distance from her handler or from anyone as long as they are confident. She is very quick at learning new skills and masters them extremely well – Mia loves treats and will do pretty much anything for them, she is a highly food motivated dog.
Mia is good with other dogs (she loves to play), people, children or babies, as she grew up around very small kids and therefore is very gentle. She is a well-socialised dog used to busy public areas and unfazed by much.
Look (in any direction you want)
Howl on command
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Mia has pet modelling experience having modelled for still photography shoots and was a natural in front of the camera. She was well behaved and very relaxed in a studio environment.
Mia is a suitable pet talent for specific roles according to her level of skill.
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