A Bedlington Terrier stole the hearts of GBBO fans after appearing on the Channel 4 show’s launch episode.
The Beddie, owned by contestant Lizzie Acker, was seen at home while her owner worked hard to impress Judge Paul Hollywood.
Lizzie, who works in the Jaguar Land Rover paint shop, Halewood, showed off her dog Prudence before baking her Nana’s Peaches and Cream Anti-Gravity Showstopper.
Little Pru was described by her loving owners as a 50 percent “lamb impersonator”, 35 percent “attention seeker”, 10 percent “chaos cause” and five percent “ball thief”.
The gray, curly dog has its own Instagram account, @prudencethebeddie where she ‘comments’ on Lizzie’s baked goods as well as her progress in the GBBO competition.
Bedlington Terriers are known to be a very intelligent breed and are great for those with allergies as they do not shed.
Besides Prue, the other starbeller of the Bake Off was a Japanese Spitz dog named Eli.
The fluff ball belongs to his competitor George Aristidou, who lives in London and is married to his childhood sweetheart.
Rival Pru for this year’s GBBO top dog is a Japanese Spitz named Eli. It belongs to competitor George Aristidou, who lives in London and is married to his childhood sweetheart.
Eli is said to be a happy and playful dog who loves to “dance” off a leash, like that @britishBakeOff on twitter.
The Great British Bake Off continues on Channel 4 on Tuesday at 8 p.m.