Shady – Bernese Mountain Dog
Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog
More information about this dog
Shady is a Bernese Mountain Dog. Typical of the breed she is a big soft gentle giant who loves her cuddles. This big dog actually thinks she is a much smaller dog as she tries to be a lap dog and often climbs onto the sofa to be on someone’s lap! She weighs 44kg and is definitely built for comfort, not for speed. She is of imposing stature and with the striking tri-colour markings of her soft, silky coat add to her impressive appearance.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
She is happy to be fussed over; including grooming, stroking, tummy tickles, she loves them all. Shady loves children & smaller dogs & once introduced to bigger dogs she is also fine. She is also great with cats & chickens, who follow her around.
Push door open,
She has her Kennel Club GCS Silver level training award.
Dog Acting / Modelling Experience
Shady loves the camera, having recently been photographed at her hydro therapist’s pool for their website and promotional material. She was very obedient and a true professional with pet modelling experience.
Shady is a self-confident, good-natured friendly dog ideal for small roles and modelling jobs.
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