Kristen is reaching out to Bear & Bernie’s daddy Rob for some expertise. The actress is once again in the market for an adorable new rescue dog and she’s hoping her favorite Brit will help her find a “good match,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Kristen Stewart is quickly becoming the Angelina Jolie of dogs. The Camp X-Ray actress is looking to expand her family of dogs and has recruited animal lover and dog co-parent Robert Pattinson to help her find a new friend for Baily, Bear & Bernie. A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Kristen has even given her on-again, off-again boyfriend the go-ahead to adopt a dog for her if he finds one while filming in Toronto.
Kristen Stewart: Wants Robert Pattinson To Help Her Adopt Rescue Dog
Kristen knows the perfect birthday present to give to herself, and she’s hoping Rob will pitch in to help her find it.
“Kristen asked Rob what his thoughts were about her adopting another dog for her birthday,” a friend of Kristen’s tells us EXCLUSIVELY. “Kind of like a gift for her and Bailey, cause Bailey wants a friend. She’s been like, if you see a rescue dog in Toronto and you think the dog would be a good match, adopt him and bring him back to LA.”
Kristen certainly trusts Rob’s taste in dogs, and his paternal instincts.
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But she has another wish for her birthday on April 9 — she wants to see R-Patz!
“Kristen wants to celebrate her upcoming birthday with her close friends in LA, and she wants Rob to join them,” the same source told us exclusively. “Even though she hasn’t seen Rob in the longest time, they still talk all the time. They text, Skype. They are both pretty much in the same place right now, just focusing on work and staying focused.”
But maybe Rob will be able to take some time off from his busy filming schedule to get back to Cali for K-Stew’s birthday — and maybe he’ll have a cute Canadian dog with him!
Tell us what you think, HollywoodLifers. Are YOU surprised that Kristen wants Rob to help her find another dog to adopt? What kind of dog do YOU think they should rescue?
— Sandra Clark