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Bradley Cooper shows off rescue dog on 'Live! With Kelly"Bradley Cooper shows off rescue dog on 'Live! With Kelly"

Bradley Cooper Praises Rescue Pup on ‘Live! With Kelly’

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We love to see celebs bond with their adopted pets. The most recent actor to sing praises for his rescue pup is Bradley Cooper.

While appearing on a recent episode of “Live! With Kelly,” Cooper showed off his beautiful chow/retriever mix Charlotte.

Host Kelly Ripa asked Cooper about his rescue and the pooch quickly strutted over to her owner. “The Words” actor explained how he discovered Charlotte at a Much Love Animal Rescue event in California.

He described the pooch as having “no bottom teeth,” a “little polar bear” and a “little toughie.” She sure sounds great.

Cooper has never been shy went it comes to expressing his love of animals, “I have two beautiful dogs that I cherish. Samson is a 14-year-old German short hair pointer and Charlotte is a 6 or 7 year-old Chow Retriever mix.

“They are both rescue dogs and they are the best … I’m sort of a hybrid of both my dogs. Samson is stoic and makes me earn it and Charlotte loves me undyingly. They’re my kids,” he told PEOPLE in 2009.

Sadly, Samson died in 2012, but Cooper paid homage to him by hanging a giant painting of the dog in his home.

Check out the following video to see Charlotte and Cooper in action. It sure looks like puppy love!

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