Rhea – Weimaraner
Breed: Long haired Weimaraner
More information about this dog
Rhea is a longhaired Weimaraner female from exceptional bloodlines. She is highly intelligent as the breed dictates & can learn new tricks & tasks quickly. She is 25.5” to her withers & a really well balanced girl.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Rhea’s handler is a professional dog trainer & can teach Rhea specific required tasks if notified in advance.
This stunning Weimaraner is an excitable girl who loves to do tricks. She is clicker trained & trained to the whistle, so can be stopped whilst running at a distance (she will sit). This clever Weimaraner understands voice commands as well as some silent cues.
She is a KC Good Citizen Bronze holder & has been placed at Crufts in her breed class. True to her breed she can be sent to retrieve from land or water. Rhea has strong hunting instincts & therefore not suitable to work with cats, birds or other small furry animals. This well trained pet can work from a distance, on cue & is enthusiastic to do anything new & will work for both food & toys although food is definitely her main motivator.
Due to showing & competing regularly she is used to being in busy, noisy, dog & people filled environments. Rhea interacts well & can work with props/objects for tricks etc & has no problem with new environments or strange noises.
Rhea is a clever, sassy girl who wags with her whole body. She has a great temperament with people of all ages & other dogs, once she is formally introduced.
Wave a paw
Give a paw
Bark on command
Go around objects (handheld or distance)
Jump through hoops/over jumps
Put paws up on object
Turn on/off pull cord light switch
Push a large ball with her nose
Sit in front of food or water bowl without eating/drinking until told
Walk to heel
Weave through legs
Ring bells and buzzers etc (using feet targeting or nose targeting whichever is required)
Ring a hand bell using mouth
Go to a small mark on the floor
Sent to crate or bed
She is a suitable pet for a variety of roles requiring expert talent.
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