Peggy – Standard Poodle
Breed: Standard Poodle
More information about this dog
Urban Paws UK introduces Peggy the Standard Poodle dog model. She is a confident young dog that has already competed at Crufts and place as reserve bitch in her class.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
This dog was born to model, she has already placed highly at several Championship shows. She is very well bred and moves with elegance and grace.
Due to having been shown from such a young age Peggy is calm in busy places and is a dream to work with!
Peggy is currently in full show coat which requires regular grooming. This means that she is used to the loud noises of an industrial hairdryer.
She is a very active dog who loves children and animals. She has also met livestock and behaves very well.
This Poodle model is eager to please and is food motivated. Working with actors of all ages is not a problem.
Peggy attends agility, obedience and ringcraft classes. She could be trained to complete almost any task if enough notice were given and can work from a distance.
Give both paws
Touch an Object with paws or nose
Touch a target
Jump up onto an object (such as chair or bed etc)
Jump down off an object
Go to a spot /crate/bed
Dead – lie on side
Place head on a cushion
Jump into an object such as a bath
Go through a tunnel
Go over agility jumps
Spin left and right
Place front paws on an object and pivot
Stand on hind legs
Fetch & hold an item
Pet Acting / Modelling Experience
She has worked on a TV advert for the celebration of 150 years of Sainsburys Bank part of the Sainsburys Group, which required her to work alongside other dogs and working with food and drink. Peggy had no issues working with actors and was able to focus on the task at hand.
In all this stunning girl is ideal for roles requiring high levels of pet talent.
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