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Meet Mitzee!

Mixed Breed
East riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber

Meet Mitzee, the adorable mixed breed dog model and animal actor. You’ll recognise Mitzee by her distinctive white coat and gorgeous curly fur. Poodles and Poodle mixed breeds are becoming increasingly popular in the world of advertising, and Mitzee fits the bill perfectly. This dog model’s sociable temperament, amazing trick training, and delightful looks make her an exceptional choice for roles in film, television, and advertising alike.

This stunning crossbreed has great basic training. She has passed her Kennel Club GCDS Silver Award, meaning she is a reliable pet onset a real professional. In all, Mitzee is suitable for stills and moving images.



Training checklist:
- Act guilty
- Can be placed in position
- Can work outdoors
- Child-friendly
- Cross paws
- Dog-friendly
- Food motivated
- Give paw
- Go to bed
- Go to mark
- Hairdryer-friendly
- Happy to be groomed
- Happy to be handled
- Jump through hoop
- Jump up/on/over an object
- Lie down
- People-friendly
- Ring a bell
- Rollover
- Sit
- Stand on hind legs
- Stay
- Travels well
- Vet-friendly
- Walk on hind legs
- Wave
- Wears pet clothing + accessories
- Work from a distance

Charming Mitzee is no stranger to the world of pet photography or film shoots.

She has been involved in a number of shoots during her time as a working dog and is accustomed to being in front of the camera. With her mixed breed and long fur that can be made to look scruffy, Mitzee has unsurprisingly worked with a number of high-profile animal charities.

Mitzee has starred in dog charity campaigns that aim to pull at the heartstrings in emotional advertising campaigns. She would be perfect for further collaborations with organisations like PDSA, Dogs Trust, and the RSPCA.

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