Millie – Labradoodle
More information about this dog
Introducing Millie the female Labradoodle stunt dog and model. She is very enthusiastic and always keen to work. Millie loves all people with a particular soft spot for children. She is a Pets As Therapy dog, she really enjoys spending time with people and is very gentle and sweet-natured. Although she’s not over keen on other dogs due to past bad experiences, she is happy to work around other dogs. She regularly does this at shows she attends.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This stunning mixed breed has had lots of training and continues to train in competitive obedience and learns new tricks. She’s achieved her Kennel Club GCDS Gold Award and has competed in Obedience at Crufts. She is food motivated and has been trained using positive reinforcement. She qualified for Crufts in Obedience this year and came 3rd in her class. She’s previously competed in agility, has completed her Gold Good Citizen Dog Scheme Award and has achieved the title of Trick Dog Champion. Other achievements include winning Superdogs Live in 2016 and holding the Guinness World Record for ‘fastest 10m travelled on a barrel by a dog’! Millie is happy to work with an actor, providing they have a bit of food, and will take commands from an actor or stranger with no issues. She’s also trained to respond to hand signals and will also work at a distance. She picks up new tricks quickly and can be taught new behaviours on request with notice.
Sand on an object,
Take off socks/coat/item of clothing coat,
Go over a seesaw,
Go through the tunnel,
Run around an object,
Ring a bell,
Go to mark,
Put items in a basket to name but a few…
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
She’s previously done filming for the BBC and ITV for programmes including ‘Who Let the Dogs Out?’, ‘Officially Amazing’ and ‘Britain’s Got Talent’. Millie has also done lots of stage work, including ‘Annie the Musical’ and is used to photoshoots & a studio environment. She’s always thoroughly enjoyed this type of work and is never phased by anything.
Millie loves doing her tricks and is never happier than when she’s working. She’s very friendly, enthusiastic and eager to please and picks up new behaviours quickly. She is very well socialised and happy to work with other dogs and small animals with no issues.
In all, she is a unique pet with lots of character ideal for complex roles requiring talent.