Sherlock – German Shepherd
Breed: German Shepherd
More information about this dog
Meet Sherlock, a stunning German Shepherd dog model for hire, and with his magnificent coat, it’s no surprise that he attracts attention, making him perfect for advertising campaigns, as he tends to wow audiences.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Sherlock is a complete character, he is excitable and will do anything for a cuddle from anyone, he is not fussy. He is a typical nosey GSD and likes to watch everything that goes on.
Sherlock loves to compete in Kennel Club Obedience shows and attend a regular obedience course. As a well-trained dog, he is able to work from a distance, ideal for pet modelling work.
This beautiful dog adores people and children but can be a little wary of other dogs and prefers not to play with them. Sherlock is fine with horses and livestock but cannot work with cats. He is best not working around loud noises as these can be frightening for him. This gorgeous boy is all about people and a social butterfly, his aim is to make as many friends as possible. He can play a room full of people like a pro.
As a people pleaser, he will do anything for anyone and works to hand signals. As with the GSD nature
Sherlock is very sensitive to his environment and his attention can be lost. Sherlock is a big lad that said he is very agile for a 40kg dog.
Howl on command,
In all this boy is suitable for roles according to his skill set. He also lives with Kinsey, a female German Shepherd.
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