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Inside Paul O’Grady’s packed dwelling with husband, enormous animal household, and new addition


For The Love of Canine presenter Paul O’Grady has devoted a lot of his life to caring for animals, and even away from his showbiz bubble, Paul is surrounded by an enormous animal household

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For The Love of Canine: Paul O’Grady meets Sausage the Sausage Canine

Paul O’Grady already has a fairly packed dwelling life, however the ITV star has welcomed a brand new addition to his household.

The For Love of Canine host has adopted an cute new daschund pup into his already enormous animal household and he is named his new pet pooch Sausage.

The 66-year-old TV presenter already boasts an enormous animal farm within the dwelling which he shares along with his husband Andre Portasio in Adlington.

The lovebirds have been already saved busy taking care of their 5 canines and their pigs, sheep, chickens, goats and owls.

And now, they’ve little Sausage to take care of too.

Paul has adopted an cute new pup known as Sausage
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Paul O’Grady could not half methods with lovely Sausage
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The previous drag queen introduced on Instagram this week that he had adopted Sausage – who’s a wire-haired Dachshund, who he adopted from Battersea.

The cute canine, who’s believed to have come from Poland, captured Paul’s coronary heart when she discovered herself within the care of Battersea’s centre in London after being discovered as a stray.

Paul stated: “I took this bushy little monster dwelling. She’s known as Sausage, which is not very authentic however it would not matter as she will’t perceive a phrase of English besides ‘biscuit.’

The ITV star stated that Sausage “will get on” with three of his canines – Nancy, Arfur and Eddie – although there is not a lot of a relationship forming along with his fourth, Conchita – who “merely ignores her.”

Paul and Andre tied the knot in 2017
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Paul lives a fairly life on his farm in Ashford
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Alongside some photographs of the brand new addition, Paul wrote: “Nancy loves her and collectively they seem to be a proper pair of hooligans.

“Thus far Sausage has eaten her means by means of a few canine beds, an armchair, infinite pairs of socks and sneakers and the stair carpet.

“However she’s the friendliest canine on the planet so what’s a pair of sneakers between buddies.”

Paul has devoted a lot of his time to working with animals, together with on the hit ITV documentary Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Canine.

Paul has devoted a lot of his time to working with animals
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However outdoors of his showbiz bubble, Paul leads a quiet life in Aldington along with his enormous vary of pets and a faithful husband.

Paul married his husband Andre in the summertime of 2017 after the lovebirds had been courting for ten years earlier than they tied the knot.

The smitten pair acquired collectively within the mid-2000s after assembly at a homosexual membership in London known as Showplace.

Though they’ve been married for nearly 5 years, Paul and Andre really by no means lived collectively till the coronavirus pandemic struck.

Paul and Andre by no means lived collectively till the Covid-19 pandemic struck
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Paul beforehand confessed that the thought of residing individually from his husband was impressed by Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton – who famously lived aside all through their marriage.

“We’re doing a Helena Bonham Carter and Tim whatshisname, and it really works a deal with,” he informed Irish Information.

“It’s the identical as earlier than. We see one another on a regular basis. We simply don’t dwell collectively, which for me makes for an ideal relationship as a result of whenever you’ve had sufficient, you possibly can say; ‘I’ll see you, I’m off’.

Paul O’Grady and Andre Portasio first met in a homosexual membership in London
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“I’m a bit cranky of a morning. I’m a cobra. I don’t rise up, I’m exhumed, and I slither down the steps on the lookout for bother. However in any other case I’m superb. Andre’s pristine, , ­all the pieces’s tidy – and I’m not.”

Nevertheless, when the pandemic struck and the strict isolation guidelines got here to play, Paul determined it was time to maneuver in with Andre so the pair could possibly be shut and take care of their animal brood collectively.

There is not any doubt that Paul appears fairly content material splitting his life between his husband Andre, his enormous assortment of animals and his glamorous showbiz life.

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