One of the last scenes Evans shot for the movie “Gifted” took place in an animal shelter. They weren’t working dogs – they were real shelter pups up for adoption. Evans locked eyes with Dodger, a bona fide mutt, and it was clear what was about to happen.
Evans is a noted dog lover, and he often encourages people to get a dog. Just because. He’s also said that currently, a lot of his free time goes to Dodger, which both parties seem fine with. Evans’s love of dogs was turned on its head during the film “Knives Out,” which made him unfriendly with the dogs at his character’s grandfather’s home.
Lena Dunham: Lamby
In 2017, fans started to get worried for Lamby, the cream-colored mutt that had so often dominated Lena Dunham's social media feeds. The dog disappeared, replaced by a pair of new poodles, Susan and Karen. Dunham had adopted Lamby in 2013 but later had to return him to a facility in Los Angeles due to behavioral problems.
Dunham stated that Lamby was horribly mistreated as a puppy, which created these problems, and no small social media storm erupted, with people saying Dunham lied – including the shelter Dunham originally adopted Lamby from. They stated the dog was mild-mannered and well behaved. The dog now appears to be doing fine.
Kellan Lutz: Koda
There seems to be some confusion about whether “Twilight” star Kellan Lutz's adopted pooch is named Koda or Kola. We can't get a straight answer. No matter what she's called, it was love at first sight between the actor and the dog.
Lutz reached out and touched the dog's toe and asked her name (get back to us on that one, Lutz), and later remarked that the dog “spoke to me.” The dog is, apparently, a puller – a hound that doesn't like to wait. Lutz knew he had found the one for him. She joined Lutz's other dog, Kevin, and the rest of his family in 2010.
Selena Gomez: Winnie
Gomez loves her furry friends. She's fostered or adopted a pretty proud collection of pets, and in September of 2019, she announced that one of her most recent – Winnie, was ready to meet her fans after getting accustomed to life.
Gomez often takes breaks from social media and the public limelight due to mental or physical health factors, and her dogs are a big boon to her day-to-day health. We're unsure exactly how old Winnie is or what kind of dog she is, but she appears to be related to poodles.
Selena Gomez: Her Dog
While this singer might have adopted the pup with her then-boyfriend Justin Bieber, no shared custody was planned for these four-legged companions. Gomez has a long-standing habit of opening her home to pets that need to be rescued.
Gomez all together has fostered six dogs, opening her home and her heart. Her dogs have grown with her, as she adopts them when they are just small puppies and eventually they become bigger than her. With big floppy ears and bright blue eyes, we shouldn't be surprised that he captured the heart of this celeb. Don't look too long; he'll have yours soon, too.