Bonnie the Cavapoo



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NameBonnie
BreedCavapoo
GenderBitch (Female)
ColourWhite and tan
SizeMedium Dog
CountryUnited Kingdom
RegionEngland,Greater London
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Bonnie starred in the recent hit video for Jamie Lawson – “Wasn’t Expecting That”. She was only a puppy then so she has the experience from a young age.

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