Kate Moss' puppy ruining home by peeing

   Jun 2, 4:59 pm

Washington, June 2 (ANI): Kate Moss has been forced to hire a dog trainer to help her control her new puppy, who has been destroying her new luxurious house by tearing up carpets and urinating where he shouldn't.

The supermodel and her guitarist partner Jamie Hince, 33, had bought the new Staffordshire Cross dog, called Archie, to adorn their new home in Highgate, north London .She got Archie because she wanted a new start. A new home and new family, completed with her first ever puppy," Contactmusic quoted a friend as telling the Daily Star.

"But things have taken a very sour turn as Archie is wreaking havoc with Kate's new carpets and furniture. He's even ruined one of her favourite fluffy cream rugs doing what puppies do.

"Poor Kate is pulling her hair out. She loves Archie but she's had to have everything cleaned since he arrived. She is desperate for the trainer to get him under control," the friend said.

The insider also hinted that the couple are considering another new arrival in the form of a baby.

"Kate keeps saying: 'Next it'll be another addition, you never know'," the source added. (ANI)

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