Justin Bieber celebrated National Puppy Day by getting a new pup

2015-03-24 13:03

Los Angeles - In light of National Puppy Day on Monday, Justin Bieber added a new furry friend to his family.

The Never Say Never hitmaker wasted no time in treating his new pet pooch, who he has named Esther, to a slap-up meal at Mastro's in Beverly Hills on Sunday night and was spotted carrying the canine outside the eatery.

Justin later took to his Instagram account to show off his new four-legged friend, posting a picture of his pet snuggled up in his heavily tattooed arm.

Today is randomly national puppy day

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In December, Justin took to his social networking sites to reveal his pet pooch Sammy had sadly passed away.

In an Instagram post attached to a photograph of the singer as a youngster holding the dog, he wrote: "R.i.p Sammy you were the best puppy ever (sic)"

R.i.p Sammy ?????? you were the best puppy ever

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But the 21-year-old star's fans - known as Beliebers - will be hoping he reads the animal-related rules and regulations when it comes to taking Esther to other countries.

Last year, he had to pay $10700 to German authorities for trying to take his pet monkey Mally into the country without the necessary documents.

Justin had to fork out a $2800 import fine and further costs for the primate after it was forced to spend several weeks at an animal shelter.

What's more, the pop star's pet hamster Pac died in March 2013 shortly after he gave the animal to a fan outside a performance in Atlanta, Georgia, in December, at the Jingle Ball

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