Looks like all that walking in the park is catching up to Jenna Dewan-Tatum and her pair of pooches!
The pregnant actress and her dogs, pit bull Lulu and Japanese Spitz Meeka, are all in London while dad Channing Tatum shoots a new film. Still, they were the ones who needed a break on Tuesday.
"The whole fam napping in dads trailer today," Dewan-Tatum shared on WhoSay.
The most-coveted accessory this weekend? A hat, hands down. But in close second: a wet nap or some rawhide, depending on whether you were partying with Mama June or Kevin Spacey.
5. If the Hat Fits ... Dear Princess Beatrice, we've spent precisely two years and six days thinking about that fascinator you wore to the royal wedding. Good news: We think we're finally ready to move on from all that pretzel-like, bow-ish goodness, and we have Miranda Lambert to thank. The Southern belle-worthy hat she wore to Saturday's Kentucky Derby in a nod to tradition ruined our college baseball caps forever, while Coco Rocha left us wondering what would happen if we showed up to work wearing orchids on our heads.
(Girls, we tip our hats to you)
Kevin Spacey found a very special – and, well, very adorable – way to honor an American city that has seen both tragedy and triumph in the last few weeks.
"New member of the family," he Tweeted Saturday, sharing a photo of his new puppy (seemingly adopted from the North Shore Animal League America). "Her name is Boston in honor of the city."
Since three people were killed and more than 260 injured on April 15 when two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line, the actor, 53, has visited both victims and the cops who came to their aid.
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. Meet Benny, a 9-year-old Lab mix who's grateful for a second chance.
Rescuers from the HALO Animal Rescue saw something special in this elderly pup, and saved him from euthanasia at the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control in Phoenix, Ariz.
And you thought celebrities had the craziest hair!
At Angela Kumpe's grooming studio in Arkansas, pet owners with a flair for the dramatic can give their dogs almost any look imaginable – looks so wild, they got their own TV show. The new Animal Planet special Clipped!, airing Friday, May 3 at 10 p.m. ET, follows Kumpe and her staff as they work to turn a loyal customer's pup, Buggy, into a bumblebee.
"I can transform dogs into almost anything," Kumpe says. "You name it, I can do it."
After three years of marriage, Christina Hendricks and husband Geoffrey Arend are expanding their family – with a cockapoo puppy.
And, as the saying goes: like mother, like daughter!
"She has the same hair as me!" the actress, who plays Joan Harris on Mad Men, gushed to journalist Peter Travers in a recent interview.
Though photos show the furball is a brunette, perhaps Hendricks, 37, was alluding to those cascading waves; the actress has wavy hair, too, however she recently cropped it into a bob.
Things are getting a bit crowded in Tori Spelling's bed.
The actress, 39, posted a Vine video to her Twitter account Sunday, giving followers an inside look at her family's nighttime ritual.
"This is how we sleep…" she wrote alongside a video that shows shirtless husband Dean McDermott in bed with dog Mitzi (watch below). Off to the side, the clip gives a quick peek at two of their four children – Liam, 6, Stella, 4, Hattie, 18 months, and Finn, almost 8 months old – fast asleep while the family chicken, Coco, lounges nearby.
Like any working actress, Susan Sarandon's dog tries hard to stay current. So now, she's entered the digital age, trying her hand – er, paw – at social media.
"She felt after she watched Melancholia that she had to reach out," The Big Wedding star joked on Thursday's visit to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon of why her Pomeranian/Maltese mix, Penny, decided to create a Twitter account. "She Tweets from where we are."
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. Meet Tonto, a Pomeranian who was dumped at a local animal shelter because he couldn't see very well.
When Tonto's previous owners realized he was having trouble seeing, they took the dog to a rural animal control and said "they didn't want to deal with a special needs dog," says Laurie Johnson, director of the Florida Little Dog Rescue. "So they just discarded him."
The 6-year-old pup was matted, his teeth were severely neglected and he needed to be neutered. After an evaluation, vets discovered that he had some vision, but that he stood to lose it in the future because of juvenile cataracts.
Last August, Survivor winner Jenna Morasca went to a shelter and brought home the unexpected: an older dog with her share of "quirks". Have you ever known a dog to throw bones in the air like a quarterback? That's pit bull Bobbi-Ricki's trick and in a very short time, Morasca has become quite the wide receiver. Here, the reality star talks about the perks of adopting an older pup and why you should consider doing it too.
As human beings we value the experience that comes with age. We are reminded over and over again with statements like "older and wiser" and "respect your elders," promoting age as something to be cherished and respected.
So why are these ideals lost on animal kind? When animals age, some humans see them as less valuable, less important and less entertaining. This is why when you walk into one of the many animal shelters across the country, they're usually filled with animals that are older, or, as I like to say, wiser.
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