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Here at Urban Paws UK
we offer a wide range of dog breeds

Here at Urban Paws UK, we offer many dog breeds, from popular picks like Cocker Spaniels to more obscure animals like our many Mixed Breeds. We pride ourselves on stocking the largest supply of animal talent in the country and the most eclectic selection of dog breeds.

Breed

Border Collie

Characteristics

The Border Collie is known for being one of the most lively, fast, and intelligent dog breeds. Collies are most commonly thought of as working dogs and farmhands, but they also make fantastic animal actors. They are quick learners, and their intelligence makes trick training a far more straightforward task than it is for other breeds.

This medium-sized canine is an attractive choice for more technical film and advertising productions that require a well-trained animal actor.

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Breed

Border Terrier

Characteristics

The Border Terrier is an adorable little dog and part of the Terrier breeding group. It is known for its distinctive “scruffiness”, including a wiry, medium-length coat. Borders are low-maintenance dogs that were bred to work well with others. They are known to be adaptable and will generally have no issues with travelling, these characteristics make them one of the best dog breeds when it comes to working on set or taking part in photography shoots.

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Breed

Boston Terrier

Characteristics

Boston Terriers are small dogs with short coats and big eyes. They are happy, friendly pooches that enjoy the company of both humans and other animals. They originated in Boston and are sometimes known as the national dog of the United States.

These dogs are most commonly seen with their iconic black and white colouring. They are easy to train and make great animal actors, particularly in films and television programmes looking for a clever family dog.

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Breed

Bouvier Des Flandres

Characteristics

The Bouvier des Flandres is a herding dog breed originating in Flanders, Belgium. They were originally used for general farm work including cattle droving, sheep herding, and cart pulling, and nowadays as guard dogs and police dogs, as well as being kept as pets. The Bouvier des Flandres’ passion for work makes it a prime dog breed for working on set and providing an identity to various brands and industries.

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Breed

Boxer

Characteristics

Boxer dogs are wonderful pooches that are as clever as they are loyal. The Boxer enjoys the company of its owner and will get along well with children. These dogs come in a variety of colours, with the most common being the white and brown variation.

They boast a strong jawline and either folded or erect ears. Boxers love to pose, are full of energy, and love attention; praise and positive reinforcement is the way to get this breed to succeed.

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Breed

Bull Terrier

Characteristics

Bull Terriers are immediately notable for their striking snouts and facial shape. This is a unique animal with short hair and an extremely muscular body. Bull Terriers are some of the most powerful dogs out there, and they are often characterised as tough and hardy.

However, beneath this rough exterior is a highly affectionate animal that loves its family unconditionally. They make great dog models, particularly for campaigns looking to promote strength and resilience.

Browse our range of Bull Terriers →

Breed

Bulldog

Characteristics

If there’s one breed more iconically British than the Beagle, it’s the Bulldog. This medium-sized breed is part of the utility group and is defined by its gentle personality that makes it an ideal family pet. Bulldogs also boast an adorable ‘waddle’ and are very strong dogs.

They are particularly popular in theatre productions such as the West End’s Legally Blonde.

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Breed

Bullmastiff

Characteristics

The Bullmastiff is a large-sized breed of domestic dog, with a solid build and a short muzzle. The Bullmastiff is a mastiff-type dog, and was originally developed by 19th-century gamekeepers to guard estates. The breed was created by crossing the English Mastiff with the now-extinct Old English Bulldog.

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