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The Gosselins Got Puppies!

Jon and Kate Plus 8 Quiz: "Puppies" Episode

In last night's adorable episode of Jon and Kate Plus 8, the Gosselins got not one, but two puppies! Test your skills and see how closely you watched the show by taking this quiz.

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Jon and Kate Plus 8 Quiz: "Puppies" Episode

What is the boy puppy's name?

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greatscott200 greatscott200 6 years
10/10! I love this family!
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Oh I completely agree with you twini! A tiny dog can be a danger big, sterotypically "bad dogs" (rot, pit) are often gentle and sweet. IMHO, it was irresponsible of them to get any dog, especially puppies. Puppies require a lot of attention and I doubt they have the time to train a dog properly. I know it's their choice to adopt but often if you adopt you can go through a foster program, where an animal has lived with a family with children, cats, smaller dogs, etc. and gets along well with them. I hope Jon and Kate understand that puppies are just like children, and require the right amount of love and instruction to flurish.
twini1 twini1 6 years
I have two German Shepherds (almost 4 and 3 mos) and they are the most gentle dogs. The key to any dog is raising them and exposing them to many different situations. You raise dogs around children and teach them obedience. Runningesq please understand ANY dog no matter what size can do damage to a child if not trained. I have a friend who has a Yorkie that cannot be around children because he bites them. Yes, it would have been nice if they had adopted but that is their choice and many times those dogs have been in terrible situations and require extensive one on one training. I don't really think they have the time.
PeachyKeen19 PeachyKeen19 6 years
I just found this today, so weird...(but it's on the Gosselins): http://www.glamour.com/sex-love-life/blogs/storked/2009/03/jon-kate-8-under-attack.html http://www.phillymag.com/articles/jon_and_kate_gosselin/
LuvLeoDiCaprio LuvLeoDiCaprio 6 years
I kind of feel bad for Maddie she really needs some attention poor girl :(
LuvLeoDiCaprio LuvLeoDiCaprio 6 years
I kind of feel bad for Maddie she really needs some attention poor girl :(
LuvLeoDiCaprio LuvLeoDiCaprio 6 years
Kate is a spaz and is it me or did she loose a lot of weight.
maliy maliy 6 years
ijust know that this will not work out rumors are they have all ready gottten rid of the puppies i belive it because kate was freakin out about the poop and pee on the 1st day and complaing the whole episode about how much it cost and all the holes in clothes but yet they can a 1.3 million dollar house and i argee with you MauiNana i hope one dog really likes maddie
maliy maliy 6 years
ijust know that this will not work out rumors are they have all ready gottten rid of the puppies i belive it because kate was freakin out about the poop and pee on the 1st day and complaing the whole episode about how much it cost and all the holes in clothes but yet they can a 1.3 million dollar house and i argee with you MauiNana i hope one dog really likes maddie
MauiNana MauiNana 6 years
You would think someone as organized as Kate is would have taken the time to research about the breed. Also read a book on the care and training of puppies. Puppies/dogs lick the people they love, but Kate was having none of it. I wish the dogs luck.I agree with Mellie about Maddie,hopefully one of the dogs will love her alot.
clew001 clew001 6 years
i really hope they stick with these dogs and not give them away because kate can't stand the mess. they are too cute!
wetnap wetnap 6 years
"I was a little disappointed that they didn't adopt... but they don't strike me as being very educated on the issues, so I wasn't surprised."exactly the sentiment i dislike. imagine if this was said to everyone that decided to have their own child instead of adopt.
wetnap wetnap 6 years
" I was a little disappointed that they didn't adopt... but they don't strike me as being very educated on the issues, so I wasn't surprised." exactly the sentiment i dislike. imagine if this was said to everyone that decided to have their own child instead of adopt.
wetnap wetnap 6 years
"But hey, I like rescuing animals that need a home, and you seem to be against that."no, i dislike the pressure tactics.i prefer people choose what they want freely. whether its to adopt a dog or a child.
wetnap wetnap 6 years
"But hey, I like rescuing animals that need a home, and you seem to be against that." no, i dislike the pressure tactics. i prefer people choose what they want freely. whether its to adopt a dog or a child.
foxie foxie 6 years
They were bred, not adopted. And I second what runningesq said. So much of the population in shelters come from the very same breeding mills that many people pay lots of money for in shops. They're not necessarily any more unpredictable than a dog from a certified breeder.I was a little disappointed that they didn't adopt... but they don't strike me as being very educated on the issues, so I wasn't surprised.
foxie foxie 6 years
They were bred, not adopted. And I second what runningesq said. So much of the population in shelters come from the very same breeding mills that many people pay lots of money for in shops. They're not necessarily any more unpredictable than a dog from a certified breeder. I was a little disappointed that they didn't adopt... but they don't strike me as being very educated on the issues, so I wasn't surprised.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Dogs do not always behave as their breed "should."My point was - is - that you can get a rescue dog that has lived with a family with children.And I'm surprised they picked German Shepards. They are big, strong dogs, and if they snap (and yes, puppies can grow up to be bad dogs), they could do real damage to the children.But hey, I like rescuing animals that need a home, and you seem to be against that.We'll agree to disagree.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Dogs do not always behave as their breed "should." My point was - is - that you can get a rescue dog that has lived with a family with children. And I'm surprised they picked German Shepards. They are big, strong dogs, and if they snap (and yes, puppies can grow up to be bad dogs), they could do real damage to the children. But hey, I like rescuing animals that need a home, and you seem to be against that. We'll agree to disagree.
wetnap wetnap 6 years
well they do have unknown factors, esp if they are not puppies.i just think its fine for them to select a known breed considering their situation
wetnap wetnap 6 years
well they do have unknown factors, esp if they are not puppies. i just think its fine for them to select a known breed considering their situation
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Wetnap, I take offense that shelter/ rescue dogs are "experiments." Many many dogs from pet stores are from puppy mills, and those are more likely to be inbred with health and behavioral issues.There are foster/ rescue groups for every (pure) breed, and many foster homes see how the dogs react to children, cats, men, etc. That's probably better than just getting a pure bred dog where you don't know how it will react with children.(this is a particular passion of mine, if you couldn't tell ;))
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Wetnap, I take offense that shelter/ rescue dogs are "experiments." Many many dogs from pet stores are from puppy mills, and those are more likely to be inbred with health and behavioral issues. There are foster/ rescue groups for every (pure) breed, and many foster homes see how the dogs react to children, cats, men, etc. That's probably better than just getting a pure bred dog where you don't know how it will react with children. (this is a particular passion of mine, if you couldn't tell ;))
wetnap wetnap 6 years
" and great PR for shelters!! - if they adopted the dogs. Anyone know?"probably not. in their situation the last thing they need is a dog experiment. so adoption is not a good idea for them.
wetnap wetnap 6 years
" and great PR for shelters!! - if they adopted the dogs. Anyone know?" probably not. in their situation the last thing they need is a dog experiment. so adoption is not a good idea for them.
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