The untold truth of these celebrity movie dogs
We don't deserve dogs. Our canine companions are simply too good for us horrible human beings, blessing us daily with their unconditional love and unflinching support, even in our worst moments.
Occasionally, they bless us with their presence on the silver screen too, stealing scenes from their less exciting (and, let's face it, less adorable) human colleagues with a simple waggle of their tails or flutter of their big eyes.
Hollywood can be a dark place and, according to the old adage, one should never work with children or animals. Does this really ring true, though? Are movie dogs complete divas on set? Does newfound fame send them down a shame-spiral of depression and hard doggie drugs just like their child star counterparts? Or do they retreat from the spotlight, eager to live a normal life once the initial rush of exposure has passed? Let's find out.