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Gaga’s organic pet food

Published 29/05/2015

Lady Gaga's dog Asia
Lady Gaga's dog Asia

Lady Gaga seems to have announced her plans to create a line of all-natural edibles for domestic pets.

The 29-year-old Applause singer acquired her sweet French bulldog Asia in early 2014.

Gaga is well known for her interest in healthy eating and she shared her plans to jump into the food industry on Instagram Thursday.

“ORGANIC GRAIN-FREE LOCAL FARM INGREDIENTS are the best for our body and brain. That’s what I Eat! That’s why I'm inspired to also CREATE A Pet Food Line. - @MissAsiaKinney (sic),” she wrote. The message captioned a picture of her pooch Asia sitting in a wooden container filled with soil, beneath a sign that reads ‘Papa G’s Garden’.

The image appears to have been captured at a small organic farm. The caption Gaga wrote was written in a manner reflective of what Asia might say, so it’s unclear as to whether an organic pet food line is truly in the works. Gaga went on to post a series of similar Instagram pictures the same day, in which Asia outlined her plans to create a fashion label and star in a photoshoot for Italian Vogue.

Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, is the daughter of parents who own a restaurant in New York City.

The star has previously spoken about how she dotes on Asia by providing the dog with delicious treats.

“I do all sorts of normal things, I mean probably the same as everyone, I go see my family, go to my dad’s restaurant in New York, I have a new puppy, I play with her,” the star told Extra before noting she takes her pup out for walks in disguise.

“I always feed her, I sleep with her every night, I take her out to go potty and it’s really sweet because she is like my little friend.”

Gaga is so devoted to her pet, she created an Instagram account for the canine, @MissAsiaKinney, on March 22. The surname ‘Kinney’ refers to Gaga’s fiancé Taylor Kinney.

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