Greg Gutfeld finds puppy love

Greg gutfeld finds puppy love

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Fox News host Greg Gutfeld shares his adorable new dog on ‘The Five.’

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Greg Gutfield has got a new dog, a French bulldog called Gus. On The Five, fellow hosts gave Greg a selection of gifts for his new dog, who has been keeping him up all night.

Greg Gutfeld of Fox News’s The Five has welcomed a new addition to his family – a French bulldog named Gus. Unfortunately, the little pup has been causing trouble in the household by keeping Greg up all night with his cries. However, his coworkers on The Five stepped in and gifted Gus with various items to make him feel at home, including a bed, toys, and treats. Greg has expressed his gratitude for their thoughtful gifts, and is hopeful that Gus will soon settle into his new routine. As any pet owner knows, it takes some time for animals to adjust to their surroundings – but with love and patience, they can make wonderful companions. Here’s hoping Greg and Gus have many happy years together as they continue to bond and grow as a family.

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