Friday, 5 November 2010

It's a dogs life: Paris Hilton takes new puppy shopping at pet store (this makes dog number 18!)

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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

How much is that doggy in the window? Paris Hilton takes puppy number 18 out shopping in Los Angeles yesterday


Paris Hilton stepped out with her new puppy yesterday to make a trip to her local pet store.

The socialite has previously admitted to owning 17 dogs, which makes the new puppy lucky number 18.

The 29-year-old looked perfectly happy and relaxed as she held the tiny dog safely in her arms.

Buying supplies for 18 dogs is a pretty tall order, but luckily Paris managed to convince sister Nicky to come along and help.

Dressed in a red wrap dress, black tights and black heels, Paris looked stunning as she pushed her shopping trolley along.

Paris' aunts Kyle and Kim are both starring on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and she has admitted to being obsessed with watching them on the show.


Sisterly love: Paris and Nicki shop together for pet supplies


She even called in to Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live show last night, where Kyle Richards was the guest.

And she was more than happy to answer questions about Kim and Kyle, saying how lucky she is to have such beautiful young aunts.

The new puppy will be a perfect excuse for Paris to stay home and out of trouble, as she has been trying to keep her nose clean after a recent string of incidences with the law.


Happy shopper: Paris has 18 dogs to shop for now (and counting!)


She was arrested for cocaine possession in Las Vegas back in September and ordered to serve a year of probation and carry out 200 hours of community service after copping a plea deal to avoid jail time.

Paris has vowed to give up her partying ways and instead has been focusing on work, recently shooting a cameo on MTV's sitcom, The Life And Times Of RJ Berger.


Puppy love: Paris holds the tiny new dog close to her as she goes shopping at Petco


source: dailymail
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