That said, one of his many pets (he's a huge animal lover/activist/rescuer), his dog Una, is in need of a loving home in the Chicago area. His brother posted this update on her this morning:
"We are looking for help in finding a new home for Justin's dog Una. She really needs to be in a home without other dogs, or young children. She can get food aggressive around other dogs. She is currently at a dog daycare, but they need to get her out in less than a week. At that point we will probably have to bring her back to the Anti-Cruelty Society. Please tell me if you know of any no-kill places that would take her or if anybody is interested in adopting her."
If you are or know someone looking for a new companion, let me know and I can put you in touch.
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