Top 8 celebrities who have pit bulls of their own

Advocates for pit bulls say the variety is unreasonably stigmatized.

Kaley Cuoco, Justin Theroux, and Lake Bell are attempting to show what incredible pets pit bulls can be.

These celebrity dog owners love their pit bulls.

Jon Bernthal told Insider he wants to “change individuals’ ideas of pit bulls.”

The “Punisher” star brings his pit bulls, Boss and Venice, with him to each set he’s on. “They’re incredible dogs. They’ve sort of grown up going from one set to another,” he told Insider in 2017.

“I realize that there’s a sure stigma that is joined to these dogs and how I genuinely attempt to manage them is to change that, reverse that,” he proceeded. “My dogs are enormously respectful. You know, they’re very thoroughly prepared. I truly need to change individuals’ concept of these dogs and of individuals that have them.”

At that point, he had as of late gotten another pit bull little guy, Bam.

“At the point when he’s prepared he will be there [on set], yet it’s great that he has incredible dogs to gain from,” Bernthal said.

Justin Theroux takes his pit bull, Kuma, with him all over the place.

Theroux is a notable defender of rescue dogs. He even voiced the job of Vagrant in “Woman and the Drifter,” one of the most famous rescue dogs ever — and, of course, the animals on set were all played by rescue dogs.

However, Theroux’s truest love is his rescue pit bull-blend, Kuma. In 2021, he let Individuals know that he wanted to awaken with her.

“It’s my number one thing, ’cause she’ll lay there like this,” he said. “She completely puts her head [on] the pillows, I mean she sleeps like individuals. And it’s truly ideal to get up in the first part of the day and have her in that general area with you.”

He embraced Kuma in 2018 after Typhoon Harvey, and they’ve been inseparable since.

Lake Bell’s pit bull went about as one of her “Dogs of Honor” at her 2013 wedding.

Bell’s pit bull, Margaret, was there for each step of Bell’s June 2013 wedding — her then-husband Scott Campbell’s dog, Texas (a pit bull/Labrador blend), was important for the nuptials as well. Margaret sadly kicked the bucket in 2017, as per The New York Times.

In August 2020, Bell shared on social media that she was fostering a pit bull mother Sugar and her puppies who were left abandoned and malnourished.

By November, she had embraced one of the puppies herself.

“Pit bull snuggle preparation in progress. Educational program update: Need the full weight of the pit bull on my body like a K9 gravity cover however he’s just 5 months so I’ll allow it to go unnoticed. More updates approaching,” she composed on Instagram.

Kaley Cuoco has so many dogs that she will not affirm the number of she really has, for dread it’s unlawful.

Kaley Cuoco, Karl Cook and Todd and Blue the Pitbulls

“I’m not permitted to say the number of I have, because I’m apprehensive they will come thumping, saying that it’s an unlawful sum,” Cuoco told Assortment in 2021.

Back in 2017, Cuoco protected her new rescue doggy Blue on Instagram after she was denied passage to a structure because Blue is a pit bull.

“This is the thing we manage consistently … I don’t understand it, I truly don’t … This is just another effing irritating thing that this breed comes against each and every day,” Cuoco said during an Instagram video.

Jessica Biel showed her pit bull, Tina, off on social media consistently during #TuesdayswithTina.

Biel regularly showed off her delightful pit bull on Instagram, The Dodo announced. Biel even referred to Tina her as “55-pound cover” in 2012.

Rachael Ray’s darling pit bull, Isaboo, kicked the bucket in 2020. She used her post sharing the news as a chance to advocate for creature reception.

“Our adored Isaboo passed today on her lawn in the sun in the Adirondack Mountains in New York. In our arms. Calmly,” Ray composed on Instagram.

“[Today], I grieve the loss of a dog; a pit bull who showed us more genuine love, compassion, and understanding of each other than we might have at any point envisioned. ⁣⁣If you have space in your heart, your home, and your financial plan, I say as a matter of fact that getting a creature need into your home can assist you with improving as a person,” Ray finished up.

Channing Tatum’s new film and first time at the helm, “Dog,” was inspired by his relationship with his dearest pit bull blend, Humdinger, who kicked the bucket in 2018.

“Dog,” which Tatum co-coordinated and stars in, is focused on a veteran bridging the country with a resigned K9 soldier. He said the film was, to a limited extent, inspired by an excursion he took with his dog, Humdinger, toward the finish of her life.

“Creating it and truly discussing what dogs mean and what dogs mean to specifically me, or to soldiers, or to anybody, as a matter of fact, and basically we landed on this word ‘surrender.’ And that was to me truly what I needed to realize,” Tatum said in 2022.

“At the point when I went on my last excursion with my little dog, [I experienced] that sensation of, ‘There’s no other option for me. Nothing remains to be finished.’ You just need to acknowledge it and be grateful for the time that you did get and know that they’re not supposed to be here for eternity. I’m supposed to continue and she has to go someplace else,” he proceeded.

Tom Brady loves doing activities with his pit bull, Lua.

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Brady and his significant other, Gisele Bündchen, have numerous dogs together, including pit bull Lua. In 2014, Brady referred to her as “an extraordinary family dog” who doesn’t have “an aggressive bone in her body,” the Boston Messenger revealed. He added that his rescue little guy “would lick someone to death, whoever came in the house.”

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