The Osbourne Family Adopts a Dog That Was 'Severely Burned': He's 'the Most Beautiful Thing'

“After such terrible things were done to him, he still is so full of love, and he is a happy dog,” Kelly Osbourne said of the canine

The Osbourne family; their new dog.
The Osbourne family; their new dog.

One dog has found his fur-ever home thanks to the Osbournes.

On a recent episode of The Osbournes Podcast, the famous family detailed how they adopted their latest pet — a canine that was previously set on fire.

“I was scrolling TikTok … and I saw this little angel, and he had been set on fire and left [behind], and he was very, very skinny. And a guy saw him, saved him, and the Underdog Heroes Rescue took him in and basically saved his life," Sharon Osbourne, 71, said. "… Everything they do is to rescue dogs that have been harmed.”

According to Jack Osbourne, 38, the rescue organization did "a great job" with the animal "because he was severely burned."

Meanwhile, Kelly Osbourne, 39, pondered, “How can a human being do what was done to this dog? I don’t understand how sick people can be.”

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The Osbourne family's new dog.
The Osbourne family's new dog.

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Continuing her candid conversation about the pooch, Sharon called him "the mellowest, most friendly dog ever."

Kelly also spoke about what she called "the most beautiful thing" about adopting the injured dog, even after he had been horribly mistreated.

"After such terrible things were done to him, he still is so full of love, and he is a happy dog," she said, as father Ozzy Osbourne, 75, chimed in, adding, "I don't know how anyone could find [the dog and say], 'Oh, I'm going to set this f------ dog on fire."

The family is now deciding what they want to name their new canine companion, and said they are weighing a few options.

According to the Osbournes — who have rescued animals in the past — "Walter,” “Baby” and “Porkchop” are some contenders.

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