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Thursday 4 June 2015

Harrison Ford's dog dilemma

Harrison Ford
Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford was reportedly left furious when Liam Hemsworth brought his dog to the set of their new film.

The two actors appear alongside each other in Paranoia, which has been shooting in various locations across America recently.

Liam's fiancée Miley Cyrus has been travelling to set to see her beau and brought their pooch with her on one occasion. Harrison was apparently unhappy when he was introduced to the bulldog, called Ziggy.

"There'll be no doggy-day care on my set," he is quoted as saying by National Enquirer.

Harrison is an animal lover and has even owned a bulldog himself.

However, that didn't stop him worrying about the impact the canine could have on the cast.

"'Dogs can be a distraction,' Ford told the couple," the publication reports. "He doesn't want to smell dog poop or hear barking in the background when he's filming. As for bulldogs he recalls that their poop smells awful!"

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