Romeo – Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross
Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross
More information about this dog
Romeo is an adult male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross dog model. He is an exceptionally handsome boy that is a very energetic & playful boy that loves everybody & everything.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
He loves children & frequently plays with them & likes to perform for them & is very calm & gentle with them, same applies for elderly people, this is one of the reasons he became a therapy dog. Romeo possesses a sweet & gentle temperament is also one of the reasons he has been awarded the blue cross medal for his work as a therapy dog & canine blood donor.
Treats on paw,
Stand on back legs,
Stand on back legs & walk forward
Stand on back legs on someone’s back, touch (with front paws)
He is currently perfecting a bow at the moment & learning to ride a toddler’s bike. Romeo has his kennel club good citizen bronze and a talented stunt dog and a suitable film dog for a variety of briefs.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
This dog was born to entertain & loves to be the centre of attention! Romeo has been to Crufts with his agility team & appeared on TV so has experience of noisy & hot environments. He has also had a professional photoshoot & loved it. He is very good at adapting to his surroundings & dealing with distractions.
He has featured on the online Express, the Times print & online, Daily Mail print & online, Dogs monthly & Your Dog magazine.
Romeo has a great personality that can work with other dogs or people, making him a suitable animal actor for most roles.
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