Mitzi – Rottweiler cross Bullmastiff
Breed: Rottweiler cross Bullmastiff
More information about this dog
Rottweiler cross Bullmastiff, Mitzi, is a pet actor and model. This stunning mix has resulted in quite a rare colour and so her red coat really makes her stand out from the crowd, perfect for pet modelling work. Mitzi was a rescue dog but has come a long way, settling into her new loving home perfectly. She is a beautifully natured dog with a powerful build that shows her great strength. This Mastiff mix weighs in at a huge 42kg.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Because this Rottie cross is such a spirited, alert and highly intelligent dog, she is able to work on command from a distance to both verbal and visual cues.
Due to her loving temperament, this larger lady can work with both children and adults, even taking commands from strangers. Her best doggy pals include a Border Collie, a Chow Chow, a Shi Tzu and a Yorkshire Terrier, so she is able to work with dogs of all sizes.
Despite her size, she is a very sweet dog who loves to please her human friends. She loves to play fetch and will quickly become your friend with her gentle nature. She has also been having great success at local dog shows with her stunning good looks and friendly personality.
Find her lead,
Kiss or lick,
Drink on command,
Give a hug from standing,
Paws up on a table,
Round an object,
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
No stranger to the press, Mitzi has featured in K9 Magazine as well as featuring on the journalist, Rachel Spencer‘s dog blog as an advocate of large breed rescue dogs & most recently starred in the 888 Casino ‘Dogs Playing Poker’ campaign (see below). Following this, the talented dog model went on to model accessories for Miss Teddy, a luxury clothing boutique for dogs.
In 2019, she had a star role in Redmen TV‘s dog adaptation of Liverpool FC‘s journey in the UEFA Champion’s League. She played the goalkeeper (Alisson Becker) in the short film and worked alongside four other small dogs in the role.
She has also featured in British film (for release in Winter 2019) ‘An Every Day Act‘ from Penciltrick Productions. In this short film, she worked with child actors taking commands in from the actor, rather than her handler; an indication of her advanced training.
This impressive girl makes a real impact and is the perfect canine addition to your next TV, film or media project.
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