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Enrique Iglesias adopted a German Shepherd from a no-kill shelter Los Angeles.Enrique Iglesias adopted a German Shepherd from a no-kill shelter Los Angeles.

Enrique Iglesias Rescues a German Shepherd

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Pop star Enrique Iglesias is a new dad — to a rescued German shepherd!

Although fans of the singer have long suggested he’s a commitment phobe (since he and longtime girlfriend Anna Kournikova have yet to tie the knot), it seems that when it comes to pets, he has no trouble committing.

According to Teddy Hilton, Iglesias adopted the pooch last Saturday from L.A.’s Westside German Shepherd Rescue, which is a no-kill shelter. German Shepherds are often classified as an aggressive breed, and many end up in shelters, so it’s nice to see a celeb doing his part to reduce that number.

The new dog, whose name has not yet been released, has definitely found a pooch-friendly home, considering that Iglesias also has two other dogs: Lucas, who is also a German shepherd, and golden retriever Grammy. The singer often takes his pets on yachts and jet skis, so it’s a good bet that the new addition will have lots of fun adventures this summer!

Up next for Iglesias is an appearance on the Today Show Toyota Summer Concert Series, which is scheduled to air in July.

Photo Credit: Joe Seer / Shutterstock.com

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  • enriquefan

    His dog grammy died last year. He has a new chocolate lab dog and Lucas and now this new german sheperd.

  • Annahughes1954

    congradulations on your new german sheperd enriquie also on your choclate lab grammy is looking down from rainbow bridge its a place where all pets go when they leave this earth your fan anna hughes from new orleans louisiana 6-10-12

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