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Take a Look at These LDS Celebrities with Their Pets

To many people, pets can be like children. That goes for Mormons too. Take a look at these LDS celebrities and their pets.

Al Fox Carraway and Lucas

Image Courtesy of Al Carraway.

Lucas recently passed away, but on her Instagram post, Al Carraway said, “Grateful to know God loves all His creatures. Let’s rendezvous in heaven, eh bud??”

Lindsey Stirling and Luna

Image courtesy of Lindsey Stirling.

On Twitter, Lindsey Stirling said, “Wanted a dog for years; @handinpaw helped me find the dog I’ve been looking for & I’m obsessed with her.”

David Archuleta and Teddy

There are a few photos around of David Archuleta with his dog, Teddy.

Jimmer and Whitney Fredette with George and Company

Image courtesy of Jimmer Fredette.
Image courtesy of Jimmer Fredette.

On Instagram, Jimmer Fredette said, “Just a normal Sunday with the dogs and @whitneyfredette.”


Donny Osmond and his Yorkie

Image courtesy of BuzzSharer.

A professional photo with his dog—it must be puppy love.

Marie Osmond and George

Image courtesy of People Magazine.

According to People Magazine, Marie Osmond said, “Our new puppy, George, has become an unexpected blessing. We were told he’s a mix of German shepherd and English bulldog, but he’s more a mix of dancing elephant and a cupcake-fueled 4-year-old.”

Glenn Beck and Victor

Image courtesy of The Blaze.

Victor passed away in 2013. The Blaze reported that Glenn Beck felt he was “‘betraying’ his dog by putting him down after Victor protected his family all those years. However, after much reflection and prayer, he realized putting his best friend out of his misery was the right thing to do — he was ready. Victor was 12-years-old.”

President Thomas S. Monson and Pigeons

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Although President Monson may not be considered a celebrity, he is an LDS leader. Even he has a love for animals.


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