Pixie – Cocker Spaniel cross Beagle
Breed: Mixed Breed
More information about this dog
Pixie is a unique crossbreed (Cocker Spaniel cross Beagle). She has a very bold and friendly personality.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Living with her 4 older brothers and being a member of the Crufts activity team, she is more than happy to work with other dogs after being introduced. She is also able to work with people including children as he has been involved in volunteering at a Young Kennel Club event. This included being part of a demonstration at Discover Dogs in London.
She likes water, being dressed up and has even done fun agility. To date, she has completed her bronze good citizen award and is working toward silver and gold.
She is very food motivated and will do anything for food but will also work for a toy.
Pixie competes in heelwork to music and demos throughout the year meaning she is able to do long sequences and knows many tricks. She is constantly learning new skills and is a quick learner so can learn new skills if requested.
She competes in HTM and has her Bronze Kennel Club award and is working towards silver and gold.
Pixie is confident, laid back, happy, loving, happy and cuddly with people, eager to please, fun, unique and full of mischief.
Playing the drums
Complete a children’s bead maze
Send to mat/object
Pivot on a stool
Get in a box
Speak/bark on command
and many more…
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
After auditioning for BGT they were invited to do some film work for the show so Pixie has been in front of the camera and on a set having worked on TV advert for Woof and Brew the pet drinks company and marketing campaign for Clever Paws pet bedding company.
In all, this unique dog is a suitable pet for a variety of roles requiring pet talent.
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