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Kelly O ‘spends $11k on tiny pooch’

Published 27/05/2015

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne has reportedly spent a staggering $11,000 on a new Pomeranian puppy – just weeks after dropping $16,000 on another of the pooches.

The 30-year-old singer is said to have added to her animal family once again by purchasing a female Pomeranian puppy, weighing just 5.1 oz.

Kelly’s new addition comes after she was first introduced to the breed when she won her little pooch Nancy for a hefty $16,000 at a MS fundraiser hosted by Paris Hilton at the end of April.

Since welcoming Nancy into her life, Kelly has been posting pictures of the cute animal on her Instagram page.

One of the first such images saw Kelly revealing just how much work is involved in raising a little dog.

“Nancy is so small she fits in my pocket!” Kelly captioned the picture. “She is like having a real (baby) I have not slept a full night since we got her she has to eat every 3 hours! #FullTimeResponsibility #LovingIt #NoMakeUp.” report that after Nancy joined the Osbourne clan, Kelly decided she wanted to purchase a sibling for the tiny canine.

So she decided to call upon Betty’s Teacup Yorkies in Calgary, Canada, where Nancy originally came from, to further extend her family.

The new addition has yet to be officially welcomed into Kelly’s family.

The outlet claims that the star is shelling out for a handler to fly the animal out to Los Angeles this week.

Betty’s Teacup Yorkies has a host of celebrity customers including Paris herself, who spent $25,000 on two Pomeranians back in January.

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