Milo – Jack Russell Terrier
Breed: Jack Russell terrier
More information about this dog
Milo is an adult male Jack Russell terrier. Small in size but this small chap is exceptionally talented. He has a fantastic temperament being very loving and affectionate. He has a big personality; everybody who meets him falls in love with his personality.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This energetic & enthusiastic dog has passed all his good citizen awards, Bronze, Silver and Gold, he is also trained in Agility and competes for Great Britain. Milo is also trained in Canine Freestyle, He knows a huge range of skills & even complex tricks which he can follow from a distance with voice and hand signals of more than 5 foot. Milo will do anything for a reward & therefore capable of working for an actor/stranger providing they use his commands and get to greet him first.
Roll himself in a blanket
Skip with a skipping rope
Hide face under an item
Retrieve & hold items in mouth
Spin right and left
Stack rings onto a pole
Tidy up items into a basket
Go to mark on command
Paws up onto items
Shake hands with both front feet (separate command for each)
He can get into a basket/suitcase on command
Holds an item between his front feet in a beg position
Yawn on command
Jump up/on/over a person or object
Bark/howl on command to name but a few…
Dog Acting/Modelling Experience
Whilst at Crufts 2017 Milo did some filming for ITVs Britain’s Top 100 breeds in a small studio, Producers commented that he was the best-behaved dog he had ever worked for, as Milo did everything required the first time , and it was Milos first time doing his tricks at a distance with his handler commanding from behind the camera out of shot, he was very impressed with him, and at only 2 years old.
Milo can work with other dogs and people, he is a little apprehensive/shy of boisterous children, if they keep trying to pick him up but dog savvy children he wants to make friends with and will do anything for them for a treat. Unfortunately, he cannot work with small furries or cats.
In all, this handsome terrier is an exceptionally talented pet ideal for any role requiring pet talent.
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