Molly – Chinese Crested
Breed: Chinese Crested
More information about this dog
Miss Molly, the Chinese Crested female is 7 years of age. She is a very beautiful hairless example of the breed; being a standard size & deer-like. Molly has long hair on her head & ears & a fair amount on her feet & tail. She is a rescue dog & only has one eye, with a brown marking where her other eye should be so it often goes unnoticed.
Pet Acting/Modelling Ability
This unique pet has all basic commands although she can be a little nervous & take a while to feel totally comfortable around new faces. Molly likes people once formally introduced and enjoys the company of her siblings & other dogs & most of all she is mostly cat-friendly. She is a suitable pet for small pet modelling roles, stills photography and fashion editorial briefs. Due to being a hairless dog, Molly has to be protected with clothing outside, which she is very comfortable with making her suitable for pet clothing and accessories also.
Happy to be held
She is the perfect dog for pet brands for clothing & accessories for stills photography work. She can also be booked for editorial work working with models.
Molly can be booked with her 4 siblings also Chinese Crested or as a solo.
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