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Jenna Elfman rescues 8-week-old puppy from the L.A. Animal RescueJenna Elfman rescues 8-week-old puppy from the L.A. Animal Rescue

Jenna Elfman Opens Home to New Rescue Puppy

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Over Memorial Day weekend, actress Jenna Elfman wasn’t worrying about picnics and relaxing, because she was too busy welcoming home a new puppy she rescued from the L.A. Animal Rescue.

The 8-week-old spaniel mix, who was dubbed the name Girly by Elfman’s son Story, was discovered by the family at Tailwaggers pet store in Hollywood where the L.A. Animal Rescue was holding one of its adoption events.

Elfman first revealed the news on Twitter, “We adopted this 8 week old puppy today! My 4 1/2 yr old son named her “Girly.” Big thanks to LA Animal Rescue!”

She’s been tweeting up a storm and keeping her followers up to date about Girly. Regarding the pup’s first night home Elfman posted, “At 1am, my parenting skills came in handy helping the puppy w/ her first night away from her mommy & bros/sis. She did great!”

Jenna Elfman rescues 8-week-old puppy from the L.A. Animal Rescue
Elfman seems to be in all her glory and acting like a new mom, as she can’t stop tweeting photos of the adorable Girly. Just look at that face. So cute!

If you want to rescue a dog similar to Girly, her siblings and mother are up for adoption. Girly’s mother, named Winter, was found walking around the Granada Hills, Calif. area in March. Winter gave birth to Girly and two other puppies, Icey and Snowy. Click here to see how you can give them a home.

Photo Credit: Joe Seer / Shutterstock.com, Jenna Elfman’s WhoSay Page

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