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Neil Diamond Adopts Pup from New Music Video

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Sweet Melody. Ba! Ba! Ba!

Hit singer Neil Diamond just welcomed home a pup — so good, right?

In a recent interview with the Daily Mail, Diamond opened up about his new video for the song “Something Blue,” which features a slew of puppies courtesy of The Humane Society. During the video, he and his wife fell in love with part boxer/terrier, Melody (his new album is titled “Melody Road”), and decided to add her to their already adorable brood.

“She’s ferocious,” Diamond revealed. “She’s tiny but she wants to be the boss. My other dogs Poker and Shamrock are being worn down by her.”

Speaking of these other two pups, Shamrock is a golden retriever, while Poker is a mixed breed who was rescued before being put to sleep. Diamond’s apparently a star in the animal community too!

“There was something about his eyes that got to me. We’re great pals. I talk to him all the time. Don’t people usually talk to their animals? We haven’t discussed the Bible yet or the meaning of life, but we have discussed, ‘No Pokey, it’s not a good idea to jump on the couch.’ And he says, ‘Oh, OK.’ He’s a very reasonable dog.”

Check out the video below that’s filled with puppies and cuteness overload. Congrats to Neil and his wife on their latest addition!

Photo Credit: Phil Stafford / Shutterstock.com

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