This week’s Hollywoof Reporter has the pooch scoop on these dog celebrities and celebrities’ dogs:
- Kelly Osbourne Adopts Pom
- Hawk Attacks Shanna Moakler’s Dogs
- Paws Down: TMZ Calls Pit Bulls ‘Violent’
Kelly Osbourne Adopts Pom
Earlier this week she tweeted: ”Got a new dog that i rescued she’s a pom that was pretty much kept in a [cage] for the past year! I cant wait to meet her & make her happy!”
She then tweeted a picture of her new light-brown Pom with the caption, “This is Story my dog that I rescued! She will be the greatest love story of all time!”
Osbourne already has a male Pom named Sid. The two Poms apparently seem to be getting along, since Osbourne tweeted: “Sid won’t stop trying to hump Story!”
Osbourne then tweeted another picture of her new pup, writing, “Story is my Sleeping Beauty.”
So glad to see Osbourne is enjoying the company of her Pom pooches.
Hawk Attacks Shanna Moakler’s Dogs
W-T-D? Apparently a hawk decided to attack two Chihuahuas belonging to former Playboy model and “Dancing With the Stars” contestant Shanna Moakler.
According to Foxnews.com, Moakler’s dogs were attacked by a hawk while they were in the backyard of her California home. One was seriously injured and the other is missing.
Moakler tweeted after the incident: “I am so incredibly sad. Hanging w/ my Diamond getting her healed.”
Moakler told Hollyscoop.com that she lives in a neighborhood where coyotes and hawks are prevalent: “We took the dogs outside to go to the bathroom and they were attacked by a hawk. My one puppy may have lost an eye, we won’t know for a couple weeks, and the bird flew off with my other puppy.”
The former model said this is the second pet she has lost to wildlife. She warned pet parents of small dogs to be careful so this won’t happen to them.
If you’re worried about your own pups, read up on how to protect your pooches from wildlife.
Paws Down: TMZ Labels Pit Bulls ‘Violent’
Earlier this week we reported that Chris Brown is selling a litter of Pit Bull puppies on his new CB BREEDS website. Well, when TMZ did a story on this, the voiceover said, “What better way to show that you’ve moved on from that whole violence thing than breeding and selling one of the most violent dogs ever?” Paws way down to TMZ for being so ignorant!