Miya – Border collie
Breed: Border Collie
More information about this dog
Urban Paws UK introduces Miya a young female Border Collie, not quite one-year-old and full of fun. This lively collie is fast, cheeky and loves attention. Playing is one of Miya’s favourite pastimes. A typical Border Collie trait is intelligence, which Miya has in spades as she is a very quick learner.
Miya knows all basic obedience cues but also has plenty of tricks such as
Touch your hands
Walks between legs
Jump on anything
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
She can work with some basic hand signals and can work from a distance. As she is still a puppy she is very willing to learn so her training will develop as she grows.
Working for other people is not a problem as long as they have treats. Her temperament means she is good with other animals, although she tends to try to run after horses when they move away. She lives in the same household as rabbits and sometimes licks them!
She is ok with small children and good with other dogs. Miya can be slightly wary around big men but is okay after a formal introduction and a few minutes to settle. She will jump on props when told to sit for pictures. She loves her picture being taken and will sit and wait.
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