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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Adopt!

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A puppy, that is.

Yep, the Biebs and his gal took their relationship to the next level by becoming co-parents to a new pooch this weekend.

Justin Bieber and girlfriend Selena Gomez are currently in Bieber’s native Canada, where Gomez is on tour. Last Friday, the couple took a break from their music careers and spent afternoon at the D’Arcy’s A.R.C. animal shelter visiting some puppies.

Gomez, who is already mom to five rescue pups and an outspoken advocate for animal rescue, apparently became so homesick for her dogs that she decided to adopt one of the pups. She settled on a 10-week-old husky mix and named him Baylor.

According to People, D’Arcy Johnson, the shelter’s CEO, said, “I wasn’t expecting her to adopt a dog while she was on tour and has a busy schedule. Baylor probably would have had a bad life or a very short life. But he got rescued and brought to our shelter and is now going to live a very good life.”

Despite the duo’s fame, they weren’t given special treatment. Gomez had to complete the standard adoption process and vetting, and after passing, was allowed to take Baylor home that day.

Now that’s what we call puppy love.

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