Seal in GAP Ad


What can we say, we’re a sucker for cute pups and Seal and this GAP ad for their “hood” campaign has both. Love it!

Update: After much speculation (and wrong info given to us by a GAP representative from the Marketing Dept), it’s been confirmed that the pup Seal is holding is a French Mastiff, or, Dogue de Bordeaux. Thanks everyone for asking what kind of dog this is, we now know more about dog breeds than we thought possible! 🙂


19 thoughts on “Seal in GAP Ad

  1. tips

    Hi, Taj from CelebrityDogWatcher, we’re waiting for a rep from GAP to get back with us with an answer, I’ll respond as soon as I hear from him 😉


  2. Laura

    This looks like a Dogue de Bordeaux, or French Mastiff. An English Mastiff would have a black mask. Here is a good site for specifics on any dog breed: hwww

  3. Allison

    My family has raised English mastiffs and this isn’t a full bred mastiff. The coloring is not an English mastiff. Looks like a Dogue de Bordeux.

  4. Alisha

    OH MY GOSH!! I have spent all day trying to find out what kind of dog is in this ad. I don’t think it is an English Mastiff either. I have to know because I really want this dog or one that looks like it!

  5. tips

    I apologize we don’t have more info, we contacted a Gap representative in the press department and this is the information we were given.

  6. Joanna

    I think it is a dogue de bordeaux also. that’s the first thought i had after seing it. My friend has one and I’ve seen a lot of them.

  7. Gino

    Its is a dogue de bordeaux ( french mastiff ). I have two of them. My female looked like that as a pup. She is a terror.

  8. nikki

    hi there this definatly a bogue de bordeux , i have one my self , there great big teddy bears, get one ur love it , but they r messy! but worth it x

  9. jen

    They are AWSOME dogs. If you are interested in owning one we have a beautiful liter of wrinkled face, douge de bordeaux puppies. They are 875.00 and shipping is available for 200.00. Contact me at for info!!

  10. Shanna

    It is a dogue de bordeaux!!! I have a 12 week old one, and a 1 yr old bullmastiff. My puppy looks just like this one.

  11. UkGirl

    Yeah to me it looks like a Chinese Shar-Pei and something else… because the face is wrinkled like a Chinese Shar-Pei but the ears are long like another dog. So maybe it’s a mix between two dogs. 🙂

  12. shar pei lover

    I can definitely tell you that it is not a Shar-pei, having had some many of the different types or pei I recognise them any where including cross breeds. Its definitely a mastiff or similar but not a pei

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