Dog That Played Padfoot in “Prisoner of Azkaban” Up For Adoption


Sep 27, 2011

Posted by Mel

Berry, the German Shepherd who played Padfoot in “Prisoner of Azkban,” is up for adoption:

The ten-year-old mutt, who played the
animal version of Gary Oldman’s character Sirius Black and the godfather
to Radcliffe’s character Harry can no longer be looked after by his owner, Paul Thompson. Trained stuntman Mr Thompson, said he spends too much time away from home to give Berry the attention he deserves.

You can read more about Berry here or here.

Thanks to everyone who emailed!
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19 Responses to Dog That Played Padfoot in “Prisoner of Azkaban” Up For Adoption

Avatar ImageGarnetGirl says: First!!!!!Avatar ImageGarnetGirl says: I want the cute puppy but my dogs not a social dog. *sigh*Avatar ImageGarnetGirl says: First!!!!!!!!!!Avatar Imagedrarry.girl says: Awwe, I wish I could adopt him; alas, I don't live in England!Avatar ImageGarnetGirl says: First!!!!!!!!!!Avatar ImageAmberDragon says: Wish I could adopt him, he looks the spitting image of the dog I had who actually died while they were filming "Prisoner of Azkaban" unfortunately I already have two adopted dogs and I can't have anymore where I live. :-(Avatar Imagemolly43 says: I hope he finds a good home for him. Avatar Imagebeckmank says: This story made me so sad! Especially the bio that Berry "wrote." I hope someone can provide Berry and Porridge a forever home together. Avatar ImageGene L. says: It's nice to know Leaky is also doing something for the animals. I'll repost this on facebook and see what I can do.Avatar ImageLivi22 says: I wish I could have them both, but my sister is allergic to fur! :(Avatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: This story made me so sad!Avatar ImageHogwartsForever says: Hopefully he'll find a new home.Avatar ImageMad But Happy says: I hope they can find him a good owner!Avatar ImageSauvium says: I'm not big on dogs but I'd totally adopt him, not even because of the Potter connection, I'm moving out and I'd give him to my brother that's always wanted a dog.Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: Its so sad when pets cant stay with the owners they love. I hope he gets a very kind, and loving home with a nice family. If I could, I would adopt him.Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: I have NO doubts that this will have a happy ending!Avatar Imageemmawatsonfan13 says: So sad! I wish I could adopt him - I don't live in the UK though! But, I'm sure he will go to a loving family! <3Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Aw :(( Poor Berry! Avatar ImageJ.E.T. says: This is terrible ; someone must adopt him !I'm certain someone associated with the films can AFFORD to adopt Berry

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