Send MSN Feedback. Like us on Facebook to see similar stories. Lorraine, from Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, said: Oliver is the spitting image. Because both my husband and I work, we had to draft in my parents too so they love him like a grandchild. In the adverts, the fluffy monster is everywhere the customers turn, including in the bedroom, in their kitchen and even the rubbish bin.
Oliver, the 15-month-old Pekingese, is actually one of the least popular dog breeds in the UK so he could be forgiven for being a little grumpy. But sometimes it is because others see the likeness between the fluffy mutt and Nagging Doubt. Usually people approach Lorraine as they have never seen a Pekingese before with only 200 believed to have been bred in the UK in the last year.
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He was the only one and sadly his mum rejected him so he was hand-reared. Lorraine said: By Sophie Norris This long-haired pup has been turning heads as he looks like a real-life version of Nagging Doubt from Swinton Insurance's latest ad campaign.
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