Burly at the pre party for the British Bafta Television Awards
|Other name(s)||Burly the dog|
|🐈 🐕 🐎 Species||Canis lupus familiaris|
|🐶 🐺 Breed||Pomeranian|
|📆 🐤 Born||February 6, 2019|
Scotby, Carlisle, U.K.
Burly Bear (sometimes referred to as Burlybearpom and Burly the dog) is a canine model and internet celebrity.
Burly belongs to fashion hairdresser Ken O'Rourke. Burly became popular when Lily Collins added a picture of Burly to her instagram story saying "My British Mascot came to glam me up today".[unreliable source?]
Burly has modelled for Vogue[not in citation given][unreliable source?] Online with Lily Collins wearing Cartier. Burly attended the British Bafta Television awards pre party at the age of Thirteen weeks.,.[non-primary source needed] Burly model for Clarks Shoes with Keeley Hawes for Keeley's selection of favourite shoes. [non-primary source needed] Burly was featured in Primark first Christmas campaign for dog clothes which was syndicated in United Kingdom, America, Spain and Ireland. Burly is the front cover for River Magazine Winter 2019 featured with Barry the Puggy
Burly's instagram gained 7,700 followers in 14 weeks.
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- "Er lebt im Luxus und verzaubert die Stars – was diesen Hund so besonders macht". tonight.de. Retrieved 13 October 2019.
- Vine, Dog. "A GUIDE TO THE TOP DOG-FRIENDLY FOOTBALL TEAMS IN LONDON". Thedogvine.
- Casely-Hayford, Alice. "Getting Ready With Lily Collins For The Cartier Magnitude Collection Gala". Vogue. Vogue Online. Retrieved 13 June 2019.
- "Lily Collins For The Cartier Magnitude Collection Gala featuring Burly Bear Pom". Models.com.
- Bishop, Hattie. "Couple splash £15,000 on Pomeranian puppy that's friends with celebrities". Mirror. Retrieved 6 October 2019.
- Bishop, Hattie. "MEET the extremely pampered puppy whose modelled for VOGUE". Yahoo. Yahoo News.
- "Keeley Hawes Picks".
- Salisbury, Josh. "Burly Bear Spoilt Pooch". Southwark News.
- "Front Cover of River Magazine". The river magazine. River Magazine.
- Salisbury, Josh. "Meet Burly Bear". Southwark News.
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