Kendall Jenner’s cute new Great Dane puppy was a gift from … Rob Kardashian?

Kendall Jenner

These are pictures of Kendall and Kylie Jenner shopping at Fred Segal with a group of friends. I think that’s Lil Twist in the red hat, but I could be wrong. There’s also a very confused looking puppy riding along in the arms of Kendall, who is preparing to turn 18 years old (with much fanfare from TMZ’s gross countdown). The puppy was an early gift for the big day, but I’ll get to that in a moment.

Kendall and Kylie have attempted to tell their version of events after quasi-big brother Scott Disick took them to a 21+ sex-themed club. Even though the story was that Scott took these girls out with fake IDs, Kendall says that detail is not true because “We’re smarter than that. Get over it. No story here.” I think this little event of corruption was staged by Scott to promote his villainous reputation for the family reality show. It fits his general rep for over the top douchiness and was probably approved by Kris Jenner.

Now lets get back to this puppy, which is a Great Dane. He looks so soft and sweet. I want to pet this dog so badly.

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner

This pet was actually a birthday gift to Kendall from Rob Kardashian! Maybe it was also his way of saying, “Thanks for modelling my awful socks, girl.” Assuming Rob didn’t get the doggy from a puppy mill, this was a super sweet gift. With that said, I promise not to totally make fun of Rob for the rest of the day. Maybe.

Such a cute puppy! I love a good dog story on a Friday.

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner

Photos courtesy of WENN

 

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  1. Buckwild says:

    OMG PUPPY.

    But both puppy and Kendall look very uncomfortable. I feel like Kendall might drop him any moment with her bag in hand and the way she’s holding him like a Christmas basket with the legs folded inwards. A dog is a not your accessory, Kendall! That being said I actually like Kendall as she seems the most calm and sweet so hopefully the dog has met a good owner.

  2. Dawn says:

    Poor dog. I hope she cares more for her dog then her sister did her cat. And put the dog down and put him on a leash so he can walk. I am sure PMK can’t wait for this birthday coming up so she can start with the Jenner girls. Sick and vile is what this family is.

  3. NerdMomma says:

    It’s nice to see the girls out with friends their age.

  4. DanaG says:

    I want to see her carrying around that dog in about 6 months it would be hilarious. Great Danes are not dogs to carry around. If it was a rescue dog wouldn’t Kris of sent out a press release about it by now?

  5. Len says:

    Ughhhh a dog that size(even as a puppy) doesn’t need to be carried around. Put the damn thing down and let it walk.

  6. mzizkrizten says:

    Too funny that she’s lugging him in her arms like some teacup dog. WTF

  7. Flora Kitty says:

    How long before this dog disappears too?

  8. janie says:

    Seriously? A puppy? This obnoxious, arrogant girl will never take care of this poor animal! I don’t get these people, every move they make is calculated!

  9. swack says:

    While it may have been a stunt for Scott and his reputation, Khloe was also there and should have put a stop to it. Shows what real maturity they both have – none! And doesn’t Kendall already have a dog? Whose taking care of these animals? I hope they are letting the dog out to run in the yard because a dog of that size needs room to get the energy out.

  10. Murphy says:

    What happened to those chocolate lab puppies they loved for two days?

  11. eliza says:

    Why must douche bag celebrities drag dogs, especially of that size and age everywhere in L.A. That sweet pup wants to be running in the yard, chewing on a Jumbone and taking a nap. It doesn’t want to be part of a teeny bopper doucheterage slithering around trendy boutiques.

  12. wonderwoman21 says:

    Poor dog will probably find itself in the same boat as Mercy the cat and whatever other countless animals these brats have treated as disposable.

  13. Kristin says:

    As a dog trainer, these dogs need a lot of exercise and training because of their large size. I doubt she will be able to rake care of the adorable little pup. :( Its Mercy all over again.

    • MonicaQ says:

      They run *everywhere* and need a helluva yard. My friend had a herd and I just went, “How? How do you not keel over?” They were sweet dogs but having 5 Danes was a lot of work.

    • DebraSam says:

      I totally agree. My family has two three-year-old Danes who live with us. Due to their large size, they have been a challenge to raise. (Imagine rambunctious, 100 pound + toddlers who can reach everything.) They need to be kept active and constantly supervised otherwise they will become destructive. Mine dug up a large forsythia bush when I was in the other part of the yard on poop patrol. It took less than five minutes! This breed of dog often ends up in shelters between the ages of six and twelve months due to their size and exhubarance (sp). They are the most loving and faithful of companions, but need lots of attention and work to care for properly. I hope this cutie is treated well.

  14. Wrachul says:

    Aww… I have such a soft spot for Great Danes. My family had one when I was a kid and I adored that dog. She was such a beautiful, sweet giant. Even though we lived out in the middle of nowhere somehow a male Great Dane ended up impregnating ours through a chain link fence! She had 3 puppies and only 1 survived. We were pretty poor and couldn’t afford to care for both for too long so gave the humongous puppy to a friend when he was about 6 months old. Momma died when she was about 8 years old of cancer (broke my heart) and I will forever miss that dog.
    Rambling personal story aside.. I really hope she takes care of this dog the way it deserves. Kendall seems like a sweet, sensitive girl but I hope she actually wanted this responsibility. I missed the story about the lab puppies that others have mentioned, wonder what happened to them?

  15. littlemissnaughty says:

    Oh Lord, I’m having flashbacks. My early teens looked just like that fashion-wise. Are the 90′s back??? Jesus, if the fashion from your teens is suddenly back, it’s time to declare yourself an adult. o_O

    • Bej says:

      Yes, the 90′s are totally back. (See also some of Mileys Salt n Pepa inspired looks) I have two teen girls & often do a double take at their outfits thinking they’ve somehow time-travelled & raided my own grungy teenage wardrobe. Can’t say I love the look any more.
      Though it’s probably my own 90′s fashion trauma leaving a bad taste memory.
      As for that gorgeous Dane, I just hope whoever looks after all the Kardashian’s discarded toys/animals is going to provide lots of exercise & attention.

      • nicegirl says:

        I noticed the 90′s styling lately, too! Selena Gomez looked so Salt N Pepa to me the other day as well.

        LOVE IT

      • littlemissnaughty says:

        Oh wow. I knew something was bugging me lately about how young girls dressed … a few weeks ago I was standing behind a girl at the grocery store cash register and she was wearing a short floral dress with a jean jacket and boots. I couldn’t figure out what was off.

        I don’t love this, honestly. Mostly because I did love the fashion of the early to mid-nineties a lot and I don’t want to see my memories bastardized like this. Fashion always looks contrived when it “comes back” I think. Like they’re trying really hard. Oh well.
        And also … it makes me feel straight up OLD.

  16. Dawn says:

    Enty just tweeted that the youngest girl just pulled the “Don’t you know who I am” when trying to get served booze at a hotel and stormed out vowing the bartender would live to regret the decision NOT to serve her. Again, vile, empty family and Bruce Jenner should rip those girls from PMK now and demand they go back to school. I don’t know what kind of home schooling they are receiving but it doesn’t seem to be the kind that is teaching either anything of worth.

  17. Nan209 says:

    When my Great Dane was 8 mos he weighed 101 lbs, it looks like her pup is about 4-5 mos…she won’t be holding him much longer.

    I hope she is prepared for a lot of intense devotion and, like me, 180 lbs of lap dog. I love…no.. LOVE….Danes.

  18. Andrea says:

    If the United States of America didn’t have a massive over population of abandoned animals I would be all for people giving puppies as gifts, but the simple truth is, every days hundreds, maybe even thousands of perfectly good family pets are euthanized at shelters and killed on interstates when jackasses drop them off to be killed. APODT A SHELTER DOG!

  19. Jayna says:

    I just love mid-size and large dog puppy faces with their big noggins and big muzzles and sleepy eyes.

  20. emmie_a says:

    A puppy story is always a good story – but the story here should be the pics I just saw of Kendall’s new Kim-sized LIPS. So the tweaking begins.

  21. nicegirl says:

    BEAUTIFUL puppy!

    HORRIFIC shoes.

  22. Cool Phosphorescent Shimmer says:

    I have a 6 year old Dane who looked just like this at about 4 months old. My boy now weighs 175 pounds. I hope to God that whoever cares for this dog knows about bloat and how daily precautions must be taken to minimize risks–these are not easy dogs They are big, hard to handle unless well trained, and can be quirky, as any purebred dog can be. But a quirky 20 pound dog and a quirky 175 pound dog are two completely different scenarios. We love our Dane so much–I hate to think of that pup being mistreated either by a lack of care or by ignorance.

  23. Chibichichai says:

    Perfect outfits; clueless people who look lie they belong in Clueless