Moka – Yorkshire Terrier Mixed Breed
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier Mixed Breed
More information about this dog
Meet Moka the gorgeous Yorkshire Terrier cross. This mixed breed beauty has it all, the looks the attitude and the style of a top dog model. Mixed reeds can also be referred to mongrels and can often possess the best of both breeds!
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Despite only weighing 5 kg, this little girl has a big personality. She is obedience trained and has achieved the top-grade in agility. This clever pooch has achieved her KC gold award meaning she is trained to a high standard.
Moka responds to commands from a distance and is exceptionally obedient. She is smart, alert, quick to learn, well behaved and has an excellent temperament great for animal acting and pet modelling roles.
Moka is excellent with people and other dogs but hasn’t spent a lot of time with children, so is better working with adults. She can be slightly reserved with people/strangers until she gets a formal introduction – and by a formal introduction, we mean lots of tasty treats, one of her favourite things!
She will respond to commands from a stranger/actor with no issues. Moka is more responsive to voice cues but as she is so attentive she can learn new hand signals if given notice.
Send to marker,
Drop on cue,
Recall to front & side,
Stay in any position,
Send around marker,
Fetch/retrieve an item,
Jump up/on/over an object,
Walk nicely on a lead,
Work with props,
to name but a few…
Pet Acting / Modelling Experience
Moka has experience within a studio environment and has done agility at Discover Dogs with a live audience and microphone commentary with no issues. She remained focused on the task at hand. This social girl has also been on a rescue stand at several dog shows including Crufts.
In all, this gorgeous girl is available for Yorkshire Terrier and mixed-breed dog modelling roles.
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