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Holly Willoughby flooded with criticism after she brings her puppy on ITV This Morning


Holly Willoughby has been slammed by fans after she brought her new puppy on This Morning for a segment.

Holly was on the ITV show with her co-host Phillip Schofield and welcomed her family puppy Bailey onto the show for a segment with vet Dr Scott.

Viewers slammed her as they speculated she bought her new pet, instead of adopting.



Viewers slammed her as they speculated she bought her new pet, instead of adopting.

She said: “This is Bailey. She is 15 weeks old. She is a good puppy. Oh, she is a good puppy. We have had her for a little bit.”

But viewers flooded the star with criticism as they said she had not revealed whether she had adopted or rescued the pooch.

They added that the programme was always encouraging people to rehome dogs rather than buy a puppy.

Suz said: “Prob encouraging lots to get a Puppy for Christmas too. Massive amounts already given up after first lockdown. If she’d rehomed one, it would send a better message. #AdoptDontShop #ThisMorning @thismorning @DogsTrust.”

Liam T wrote: “I would have more respect…if she adopted a rescue dog. #thismorning”

Al added: “Aren’t they always telling us to get rescue dogs on this programme? Dedicating a part to this overpaid embarrassment christ. #ThisMorning”

Rhian said: “She’s got a new puppy while Scott is always telling us to look to getting a rescue dog #ThisMorning”

Karen Mager wrote: “#ThisMorning Bailey the puppy is gorgeous but please encourage people to adopt rescue dogs.”

And Laurenklair added: “Love the idea of helping families with new puppies, but PLEASE encourage the fact that rescue is best and not to buy puppies from breeders. Every puppy bought leaves a dog that deserves a loving home in a cold rescue kennel without a family.”

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