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Lauren Conrad recently adopted a shelter puppy named Fitz.Lauren Conrad recently adopted a shelter puppy named Fitz.

Lauren Conrad Adopts Shelter Puppy

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She’s already a TV star, fashion designer, author and beauty expert, and now Lauren Conrad can add another item to her resume: puppy mom.

Conrad, already owner to rescue dog Chloe, added a new puppy named Fitz to her home last week.

Although it doesn’t sound as though adoption was originally part of the plan, Conrad was unable to resist Fitz’s cute face when she spotted him.

She wrote on her Instagram (where she’s been sharing plenty of pics of the new pup): “Never go to the animal shelter ‘just to look.’ It never ends that way.”

Good news for Fitz, who’s settling right in to his new life!

She also wrote, “All I want to do is take pictures of this little cutie.” So far, she’s holding true to that, sharing images of Fitz and Chloe bonding, Fitz sitting in his bed, and the two dogs dressed up for Halloween.

Lauren Conrad dressed her pooches in hot dog costumes for Halloween.

The fan response to Conrad’s new addition has been extremely positive. Comments on her Instagram include, “Really awesome of you to adopt instead of buy a pet, Lauren,” and “Thank u for rescuing an animal from a shelter!”

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