Stanley – Toy Poodle
Breed: Toy Poodle
More information about this dog
Stanley is a male Toy Poodle. He weights 5 kg & is 11 inches in height. He is a very confident little dog & your typical Poodle, being very bouncy & athletic, but he moves with elegance & grace.
Pet Acting / Modelling Ability
Poodles are a very athletic & intelligent breed & require stimulation or they become bored, so Stanley is always learning new tricks & skills.
Stanley is clicker trained and food/ball motivated. This clever pooch is also trained to a good standard of obedience. He follows commands well & aims to please & if something specific was required his handler would be quite happy to work on it with him. He is happy to work with props & accessories & with strangers/actors with no issues.
Stanley is fine with older children (8 years plus) due to his small size. He has lived with poultry & horses & has been introduced to cats, cows & goats with no issues. He will, however, chase sheep. Stanley’s handler is happy to grow his coat & for Stanley to be dyed or groomed for a specific brief which would require notice. Stanley has no issues with other dogs; he has a fantastic temperament, loving everyone & everything.
Spin (left /right)
Jump over objects
Hold an item in his mouth
Get up – climb an object
Foot- touch a person’s foot with his foot
Stand & touch (stand on hind legs touching an item)
Bark on command
…to name but a few
He is a very relaxed intuitive little dog ideal for most roles requiring pet talent.
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