Justin Bieber 'abandons' his third pet

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has abandoned his pet puppy Karma.

The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker left his American bulldog pup with a dog trainer back in February and hasn't returned for her.

Trainer Trevor Dvernichuk told The Sun newspaper: "This is like taking your kid to school and not picking it back up."

Trevor was originally asked to take care of the pup for a few weeks, so he could train her before Justin, 20, assumed responsibility for her once more.

But not only has the pop superstar failed to return to collect Karma, he hasn't even responded to calls from Trevor.

Justin got Karma around Christmas 2013, finding the puppy at Ruffin's Pet Centre in Stratford, Ontario.

At the time, Justin's dad Jeremy asked his legion of fans to help name his son's new pet.

He tweeted: "So we're gonna let one lucky #belieber name @justinbieber's new puppy.... Follow and find out how it can be you)."

Later, he revealed: "so we have got a name selected for the newest Bieber. Big thanks to @justinfredos the Belieber who chose it ".Karma" (sic)."

In June last year, Bieber's Capuchin monkey was seized by German customs officials after the singer brought it on tour to Munich with him without the right vaccination and import paperwork.  

Meanwhile, in December 2012, Justin randomly gave away his pet hamster, Pac, to a fan at a Jingle Ball concert.


Topics:  celebrity entertainment justin bieber music

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