Betty White is quite the hot commodity, but when it comes to her Valentine's Day, the Hot in Cleveland star plans to keep things casual with her favorite live-in mate.
"My golden retriever and I are going to stay home and kick back for the whole day," White, who just turned 92, told PEOPLE on Monday. "I'll do every crossword puzzle I can get my hands on and I won't do any work."
Hanging out with her canine companion Pontiac, a guide dog who was named by the people who gave him to her, is what she calls "the best thing that can happen," adding, "He's such a sweet boy. We have a really good time, and when I really take a day off, the two of us kick back and have fun."
As the White House readies itself for Tuesday night's State Dinner in honor of French president Francois Hollande, First Dogs Bo and Sunny are getting ready, too – by brushing up on their French.
In a Twitter photo shared by First Lady Michelle Obama, the dogs are seen sitting ever-so-politely at an ornately decorated table with a caption that reads: "Bone appétit!"
Pulling out of the Winter Olympics was devastating for skiing champion Lindsey Vonn – but, thankfully, the slow recovery from her knee injury hasn't been too ruff.
"I get to spend time with my new dog," she told PEOPLE at DirecTV's Super Saturday Concert Event over the weekend. "He's keeping me happy."
The boxer-retriever mix named Leo – whom Vonn adopted from a shelter on Christmas Eve – has made a difficult turn of events so much easier for the athlete, especially since he knows exactly what she's going through.
There's probably nothing dogs love more than a good game of fetch with their owner – but what if the person throwing the ball is two-time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning?
Lucky for Chester, the King Charles Cavalier who calls Manning dad, there's no reason to be intimidated about his performance as a receiver.
"He's good at fetch and we do a lot of that," Manning told PEOPLE Wednesday in New York while participating in Purina Pro Plan's MANning vs. DOG Challenge. "He's pretty good. He can find it and he can go get it. He's got good speed and good agility."
Best new artist nominee Ed Sheeran isn't guaranteed to win Grammy gold this Sunday – but he's already got a golden heart.
The singer/songwriter adopted a 1-month-old kitten who was about to be put down this week, and has been spoiling him rotten ever since.
"Just bought Graham a bed and snacks," Sheeran Tweeted on Thursday, before setting Graham up with his very own personal Twitter account. He followed that up with even more A-List attention, writing, "Graham needs a lot of TLC, have a feeling his previous owners weren't that nice, he's shy too."
It can sometimes be a tricky adjustment, introducing a newborn to your furry family, but Josh Duhamel's dog Zoe has 4½-month-old son Axl all figured out.
"It's really funny now to see them both," Duhamel told PEOPLE at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday. "He's fascinated by her ... [Axl is] really starting to pay a lot of attention to her and [the dog] sees him strictly as a potential ball thrower."
Watching their budding friendship take shape has been "awesome," says the actor, who adds, "[Zoe] knew how much we loved this new little addition to the family and she knew that inherently."
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something ... pooch?
Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici's Sunday wedding has officially gone to the dogs.
Well, at least their groom's cake, which will honor the Bachelor star's two canine pals, a boxer named Lola and a chocolate lab named Ellie, ABC News reports.
While their main wedding cake will be traditional, Lowe's groom's cake, a tradition at many Southern weddings, will be an exact replica of his two best friends, created by Charm City Cakes of Los Angeles.
"Our dogs are so important to us," Lowe, 30, said. "They're the loves of my life."
Ruh-roh! If we are to glean anything from the Twitter account of Finn Seyfried, the beloved Australian shepherd of Amanda Seyfried, it may be that this was his last year watching the Golden Globes. But not to worry Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, it has nothing to do with you!
Like so many others, Finn took to Twitter to voice his thoughts about Sunday's broadcast, narrowing in on one of the show's most remarked upon issues.
"How many dog years is it taking these winners to make it to the stage? #yikes" he Tweeted.
Kaley Cuoco's dogs popped up at her surprise New Year's Eve wedding in the sweetest way possible: on her groom's cake!
The Big Bang Theory star's three pit bulls, Norm, Shirley and Loretta, were featured atop the brightly-colored treat, which was tennis themed in a nod to her husband Ryan Sweeting, a tennis pro.
"In honor of #muttmonday, I give u the grooms cake which consisted of who else?? Norm, Shirley and Loretta!" the newlywed shared on Instagram, revealing the paw-dorable confection created by Santa Monica's Butter End Cakery (They also did the couple's upside-down wedding cake).
The fur's still flying for the Duck Dynasty clan – but, this time, literally.
Jep Robertson, the youngest son of the TV show's patriarch Phil Robertson, and his wife Jessica have welcomed a new dog to their family.
"Jep & Lily Lulu playing with our new pup Gizmo," Jessica Robertson Tweeted alongside a photo of her husband and their 11-year-old daughter Lily cooing at the fluffy white pup.
Their new addition comes on the heels of controversy for the family, who are getting back to business after the A&E network temporarily suspended Phil Robertson last month over anti-gay and racist comments.
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