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Burly Bear Pom

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Burly Bear the Pomeranian

Burly Bear
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Burly attending the British Bafta Awards pre party
Other name(s)Burly Bear the dog
🐈 🐕 🐎 SpeciesCanis lupus familiaris
🐶 🐺 BreedPomeranian
👨 OwnerKen and Michael O'Hagan
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Burly Bear (sometimes referred to as Burly) was born 6th Feb 2019 in Scotby Carlisle and is an orange sable kennel club registered Pomeranian puppy. The breeder is a lady called Mrs Broughton.

Burly has hung out with famous Celebrities such as Lily Collins, Keeley Hawes, Daniel Radcliffe, Alan Carr, Rupert Everett, Emilia Clarke and Rose Leslie[1].

Burly attended the British Bafta Television awards pre party at the age of Thirteen weeks. Burly has been featured in You Magazine (Daily Mail[2] with Keeley Hawes and Vogue online with Lily Collins[3]. Burly is often on press junkets and fashion shoots.

Burly's instagram has over seventy seven thousand followers which has has amassed in 14 weeks.

References[edit]

  1. News, Southwark. "MEET BURLY BEAR, THE PAMPERED POMERANIAN WITH A-LIST CELEB PALS LIKE EMILIA CLARKE, KEELEY HAWES AND DANIEL RADCLIFFE". Southwark news. Josh Sailbury. Retrieved 15 August 2019.
  2. Magazine, You. "Keeley Hawes 'For this to happen at 43 is perfect'". Daily Mail. Chris Harvey. Retrieved 30 May 2019.
  3. Online, Vogue. "Getting Ready With Lily Collins For The Cartier Magnitude Collection Gala". ALICE CASELY-HAYFORD. Retrieved 13 June 2019.

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