'Puppy Love' for Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart as they rescue 'Blondie'
Meet Blondie, the adorable Labrador-Poodle-cross puppy who was rescued from Battersea Dogs Home by Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster.
The singer and his wife re-homed Blondie after she was left at Battersea when she became too boisterous for her previous owner to handle and the pup’s story is told tonight on 'Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs' , ITV1 at 8:00 p.m.
Penny told the programme that she fell in love with Blondie when she met her and now she spends her days running around the garden at the couple’s home in Essex…playing with Celtic toys.
“It was kind of love at first sight. She’s amazing", says Penny.
Blondie has a new pal in Penny’s other dog, Bubbles.
Penny added that the two dogs love each other, and Rod’s choice of dog toys. She said: “The two of them are just inseparable. This is daddy’s. Everyone has to be a Celtic fan, and it is the one toy that they fight the most over and normally they play tug of war with this.”
Helped by Paul, staff at the dogs home trained the pooch and taught her how to play with toys to give her the physical and mental exercise she needed the keep her occupied.
'Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs' is tonight on ITV1 at 8:00 p.m
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