Breaking Charlie Sheen News: Charlie Sheen seen at Helen Woodward Animal Center

Charlie Sheen at Helen Woodward Animal Center Friday at Noon

12:20pm: More photos added! The “pup-parazzi” found Charlie Sheen. See his exploits here.

Charlie Sheen is in the arms of another!

Rancho Santa Fe, CA – Whether you think Charlie Sheen is a dog that will sniff anything that walks past, or you wonder if he’s really human….you can meet him face-to-furry-face at Helen Woodward Animal Center (HWAC). Charlie Sheen was in the new, along his two girlfriends (“caught in the act” in the attached photo), and have passed their medical and behavior exams and will be looking for safe houses when they become available for adoption Friday at Noon.

“Yeah. Charlie Sheen is a dog,” admits HWAC celebrity dog spokesman John Van Zante. “But regardless of anything you may have read about these celebrity animals, Charlie has come a long way. He passed his medical and behavior screenings and is well on his way to becoming a family dog that you can trust.” How’s that for #winning?

Van Zante says Charlie Sheen and his girlfriends, Gigi and Fifi, are 3-1/2 month old Newfoundland-blend puppies. “Charlie’s a bit thin right now at 20 pounds. But he’s clean. Yep. We gave him a bath. Now it’s time for him to grow up!” (Alas, this Charlie Sheen doesn’t come with #AdonisDNA)

Van Zante says Charlie Sheen has been through a lot! “He was born to a mother that couldn’t keep him then transferred from one rescue to another before ending up here in rehab at HWAC. When we met Charlie he was….well…you know…sleeping with both Gigi and Fifi at the same time! We want to believe that it was because he was cold and lonely. That may have been the case. But they’re putting their lives together now. Charlie, Gigi, and Fifi are ready to make lifetime commitments to real families.”

Charlie and the girls are up to date on their vaccinations (but not taking any other drugs.) HWAC officials emphasize that Charlie Sheen has been neutered and he has a microchip for easy identification if he ever strays and can’t find his way home. Adoption fee is $295 plus a $40 microchip registration fee. All pets adopted from HWAC receive a free one night (look out….here it comes) hotel stay at, “Club Pet.”

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