Olivia Wilde Gets Support After She Admits To Abandoning Her Rescue Dog
Olivia Wilde has faced backlash over the past week after a claim she abandoned her rescue dog. Actress Olivia Wilde attends the “Don’t Worry Darling/ No Te Preocupes Querida” photocall during the 70th San Sebastian International Film Festival at the Kursaal Palace on September 17, 2019 in San Sebastian, Spain.Olivia Wilde has faced backlash over the past week after a claim she abandoned her rescue dog. Actress Olivia Wilde attends the “Don’t Worry Darling/ No Te Preocupes Querida” photocall during the 70th San Sebastian International Film Festival at the Kursaal Palace on September 17, 2019 in San Sebastian, Spain.
Maeday Says Olivia Wilde Didn’t Give Away Her Dog To Be With Harry Styles
Wilde gave away her dog after a Daily Mail story suggested that she allegedly gave away her dog in order to spend more time with boyfriend Harry Styles. The rescue where the pup was adopted stepped up to set the record straight by sharing its caption on Twitter which stated that the pup was rescued from a shelter by the Los Angeles based non-profit and fostered by the founder until he found a home.
Olivia Wilde is finding herself under fire after she admitted to abandoning her rescue dog.
Olivia Wilde is finding herself under fire after she admitted to abandoning her rescue dog. The actress and fashion model said Thursday in a blog post that she had left her pet dog, "Athena," at a Los Angeles animal shelter for 17 days while she was on vacation.
Section: The actress recently posted a video on her Instagram account detailing her journey with her dog, Paco.
Actress Olivia Wilde has recently posted a video on her Instagram account detailing her journey with her dog, Paco. The video has since gone viral garnering thousands of views and comments from people across the globe sharing their own stories about how much they can relate to Wilde's experience.
In the video, the mom-of-two explained how Paco was neglected by his previous owners and that she and her family decided to take him in despite having no pet experience at all.
Olivia Wilde has finally opened up about her rescue dog Paco, who was neglected by the owners of the dog. In a video shared on her Instagram story recently, the actress explained why she decided to adopt a rescue dog despite having no previous experience in this area.
She also said that she put down her dog after realizing he did not have the best quality of life.
In a candid interview with Rare TV, actress Olivia Wilde revealed she had to put down her now ex-friend's rescue dog. The reason? He did not have the best quality of life and there are reasons why pets should not be treated like pets.
Saturday Night Live (SNL) star Pete Davidson also commented on Wilde's post saying that he adopted a pit bull from the same rescue agency as well.
Pete Davidson was one of many people who commented on actress Olivia Wilde's public admission on Friday, May 26 that she abandoned her dog. The "SNL" star took to Instagram to address the issue, saying he adopted a pit bull from the same rescue agency as well.
Section: He also mentioned that things with him did not work out as planned and that it may be the same for others.
Olivia Wilde got support from her fans after she revealed that she had abandoned her rescue dog – a Labrador named Skoot. The actress, who will next be seen in the film "The Long Term Relationship," took to Instagram to apologize for what happened. She said that she would love to adopt another one someday but does not think it is fair for her to take on another pet at the same time as Skoot. She mentioned that he had been abandoned and was not doing well without her, so she decided that this was the right thing to do (Source: Daily Mail).
Olivia Wilde Supports Her Rescue Dog After Abruptly Leaving Him
Olivia Wilde is a lot of things, including a director, an actor, a mom, and, supposedly, an excellent maker of salad dressing. But to me she’s most known for her love for her rescue pups and her willingness to save all manner of furry friends from euthanization at shelters.