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What type of puppy does Phillip schofield have on the we buy any car advert?
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ILoveMaxiBondi · 26/01/2019 20:39

Hope the photo shows

What type of puppy does Phillip schofield have on the we buy any car advert?
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Ridingthegravytrain · 26/01/2019 20:40

Looks like a cockerpoo type thing to me

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GCAcademic · 26/01/2019 20:41

Or a Cavapoo.

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ILoveMaxiBondi · 26/01/2019 20:49

Cocker poo = cocker spaniel and poodle?

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IncrediblySadToo · 26/01/2019 20:55

Google is so helpful and free...

Just like when using babies or young children for TV, producers and directors like to use twins or even triplets to have extra little actors on hand in case one isn’t in the mood to ‘play ball’. To record the Puppy ad, we had five beautiful, cockapoo puppies on set. In the final edit of the advert, the one you’ll see on your TVs, you’ll see both Ruby and Elsie playing the part of our pup, Axel

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ILoveMaxiBondi · 26/01/2019 21:01

Google is so helpful and free.

As is Mumsnet 😜

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fivedogstofeed · 26/01/2019 21:17

Cockerpoo, the Mumsnet favourite Grin

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Livedandlearned · 26/01/2019 21:19

I think it's a cavapoo

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ILoveMaxiBondi · 26/01/2019 21:20

Well I can see why it’s a favourite, it’s bloody gorgeous. I’ve never seen one IRL.

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BusySittingDown · 26/01/2019 21:24

They are so cute! Crazy though at times.

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ILoveMaxiBondi · 26/01/2019 21:29

I’m not in the market for any dogs. I have a big furry horse brute on the sofa beside me who owns all of my heart but I saw this advert and thought it was the cutest pup I’d seen in a long time. It also resembles fried chicken from certain angles. Grin

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sleeplessinsomewhereelse · 26/01/2019 21:47

But it's a problem as there are many people who would seek out a dog just like it based on looks with no regard to temperament.

When 101 Dalmatians were a hit there was a big increase in sales (and poorly bred ones).

People I know still say 'dulux' dog (old English sheepdog)

Andrew puppy (golden lab)

It sells the product and attaches itself to that image. The reality of these dogs temperaments is often not considered.

I know this doesn't apply to you op, I just think it's an interesting topic.

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sleeplessinsomewhereelse · 26/01/2019 21:47

Andrew? I mean Andrex obvs

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ILoveMaxiBondi · 26/01/2019 21:53

Oh yes I can totally see that. People are very easily led aren’t they? Show them a cute thing and they go out and buy it. It’s only a few hundred quid, right?

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TillyMint81 · 26/01/2019 22:03

Probably more like £1000 for these crossbreed pups now 😱

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ILoveMaxiBondi · 26/01/2019 22:04

Shock wow!

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