Mask-wearing Sophie Turner & Joe Jonas walk their three beautiful dogs in LA

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner keep up with their Dog Walks

I thought Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas only had two dogs, but no, they have three. Sophie and Joe have been in lockdown in LA for more than a month. They too were early quarantiners, although Joe is apparently getting itchy in lockdown while Sophie is very happy to be home and nesting. There haven’t been tons of photos of Sophie and Joe out, walking their dogs, which makes me think they’ve probably been letting their dogs out in the backyard, or maybe Joe has just been walking them solo and the paparazzi haven’t been catching him.

As for the dogs, the Alaskan Klee Kai is Porky Basquiat, and I guess that breed of dog just stays kind of small/medium sized. They’ve had him for years and he still has that small-puppy look, so whatever. They also adopted the golden retriever last year after their puppy Waldo died in an accident. Looks like they’ve also added a corgi to the mix. LOOK AT THAT CORGI. That corgi knows he’s with a famous mom and dad. We don’t know the name of the corgi, so let’s just call him Chonk Butt. And it’s fine to call him that because Chonk Butt can’t read what we’re saying!

As I’ve been walking every day, I’ve been seeing so many quarantine doggos and I’m really enjoying it. It makes me want a dog and I keep looking at the available animals at the local shelter. I mean… should I? With two cats? The thing is, I’m far more likely to adopt a third cat realistically. And then, I would reason to myself, that the third kitty needs a friend and then… yeah, it’s a slippery slope full of panther kittens and chonks.

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner keep up with their Dog Walks

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner keep up with their Dog Walks

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner keep up with their Dog Walks

Joe Jonas steps out with pregnant Sophie Turner to walk the dogs

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. julia says:

    Anything about dogs is keeping me going right now, especially working in healthcare. Keep the doggies coming!

  2. Ariel says:

    Adopt at dog. They are 100% love. And yes, the dog/cat balance must be reached- as sometimes a cat must smack a dog b/c that is its nature. But aside from a little annoying yipping (my dogs are small) everyone gets along fine.
    I am just a small dog person, but i also like the small dog with the cats so everyone is of similar size.
    Though you don’t have to look far on the internet to find big dogs with cat best friends.

    • Cassandra says:

      I wanna get a cat for my dog (and me too). I’ve always had both growing up and it’s a fun environment. The dog gets someone to play with, but the cat also occasionally gives ‘em the smack down to keep them in line 😁

      They learn to team up though. My cat growing up would knock food onto the floor for the two of them to share 😂

    • Jensies says:

      AGREED. My 18 yr old cat still sometimes gets a wistful look in her eye thinking of the wonderful years before I got my 13 yr old mini dachshund, and she swats him when he gets obnoxious, which is frequently, but they get along fine and *kinda* like each other. They even sleep close to each other while pretending the other one isn’t there sometimes. Big thing is letting the cat set limits and stopping the dog from being too aggressive/overwhelming early on.

    • buenavissta says:

      Go for it! I couldn’t survive this without my rescue standard poodle who turned 15 yesterday!
      When I introduced my cats to my dogs, I put doggies in a down/stay and made them sit there while the cats moved freely. It told the dogs who the bosses are and there was no issue.

  3. lalala says:

    what happened to Sophies dog she adopted from GOT?

  4. Mtec says:

    I thought there was a story that Porky had ran into traffic and died? Or am I misremembering? Maybes that’s a different dog that looks like Porky? Or maybe I’m just totally wrong.

    Either way, cute dogs.

  5. Sarah says:

    Wait. So she’s not pregnant?

  6. Lady Luna says:

    I thought she was pregnant? Maybe because she’s tall it shows different like it did on Nicole Kidman.

    • emmy says:

      She might be what, 4 or 5 months along? Some women show really late. My friend’s boss was on her 3rd and showed very late even then. She also has a super slim built in general which made the entire thing very confusing. LOL But then during her 6th month, there it was.

      ETA: She also might just not be pregnant. I didn’t follow that whole rumor closely. Was it even confirmed?

      • Elizabeth says:

        Everyone does carry differently. I’m 6 feet tall and my belly didn’t really “pop” until close to 7 months. But, yeah, she may totally not be pregnant.

      • Case says:

        I still think she’s pregnant. That’s a very baggy sweatshirt, and I don’t think she’s super far along.

  7. LillySum says:

    Ugh. 3 purebred dogs? I hope they are rescues and that these two aren’t giving their money to dog breeders when we are euthanizing tens of thousands of adoptable dogs every year in this country. Shame on them.

    • Mellie says:

      I think their Golden is a rescue, which I know that’s hard to believe because that breed is such a good breed of dog, but it’s not for everyone. I follow a Golden Retriever rescue page for a place based in Ohio and a few times a month they have a Golden on the up for adoption or fostering. I have a Goldie, so that’s how I became interested in it and knew that there dog was adopted….I’m nosey like that 😉

    • MangoAngel says:

      There are quite a lot of ways to rescue goldens…especially through programs that take the flunk-outs from guide-dog/service-dog schools and such. Some just aren’t cut out for that work, so they get put into terrific foster/adoption programs.

      And I absolutely LOVE Klee Kais. They’re like husky perma-puppies that just wanna hang and watch tv instead of eat the roof off the house.

  8. The Mehgetarian says:

    Kaiser, we totally fell into that 3rd kitty trap. We had two, they were happy, and then our local shelter got overcrowded and put out an SOS. We were like “what’s one more cat?”, so we all went to the shelter. My husband and my youngest were on deck to pick the next cat and couldn’t agree so we took two home.

    And now we’re just wall to wall cats. Everywhere. Just cats and kids and quarantine and chaos. Halp.

  9. Lightpurple says:

    Go for the dog. The cats will establish the rules for it. Animals sort it out.

  10. babsjohnson says:

    I love corgis. I prefer cardigans to pembrokes but they are all cute.

  11. Becks says:

    I love all the puppies, especially that Corgi with his Chonk Butt 🤣

  12. lucy2 says:

    Their dogs are all really cute.

  13. Sof says:

    Somehow, I always get bitten by cats! Seriously, bitten, not scratched or anything. I don’t know how to behave around them.
    So yes, I’m all for dogs if you have patience to train them and the time to give them the attention they need. Usually people who complain about their dog’s “mischieves” don’t pay them enough attention.

  14. C-Shell says:

    Those puppies are too, too gorgeous! Having my dog as my constant companion (as Cavalier King Charles spaniels are wont to do) through isolation has been so sweet.

    • Becks says:

      I also have a King Charles and she has been my ray of sunshine during these times. They are the sweetest dogs ever!

  15. Case says:

    I have two adopted cats, a brother and sister. They’re so perfect together that I don’t think I could add a third to the mix, even though fostering and adopting is such a great thing to do right now. Also, yes, that’s a slippery slope of just continuously adopting animals.

  16. Lurkers says:

    The Klee Kai is a trip! Do yourself a favor and zoom in on the FACE 😀