Ellen Added a New Member to Her Family!

As you can see I skipped
out of here because– you know you can’t skip
unless you’re really happy. I don’t know if you know that. But you can’t, like–
if you’re angry, nobody just– (GROANS GRUMPILY) [LAUGHTER] Because I’m happy. I’m very excited. So excited I can’t even
tell you how excited I am. I’m talking fast
because I’m excited. Because I want to tell
you something exciting. So we rescued a puppy. [CHEERING] I know. She’s brand new. That’s what puppy means. So we got her from a
wonderful rescue place. It’s called Wagmor. I’ll tell you more
about that in a minute, because everyone
should go to Wagmor. W-A-G-M-O-R, no E. But first I want to show you a
photo, because she’s so cute. I can’t even take it. Here she is. This is– Aww! I know it. She’s tiny. Her name is Mrs.
Wallis Browning, and– or Wallis, or Wally. But Mrs. Wallis
Whitmore Browning– it’s her maiden name, Whitmore– she’s very adorable, and
pretty, and precious, and so– and she knows it. She was– this is
this morning, looking in the mirror at herself. [LAUGHTER] So I took you know– we
got her last Wednesday. And so I took a
bunch of pictures. So I’ll show you some
more pictures I took. There. Those are some of
the pictures I took. Just not all of them. There’s more video. I had to get another phone. I was like, my battery was
running low, and I was– like literally I was picking up
the phone, everything she did. She’s amazing. She’s a standard poodle puppy. For those of you who
really want to rescue a dog but really want a
purebred, know that you can rescue a pure breed dog. They have them at rescues. So don’t use that as an excuse. Wallis is three months old,
and she, unfortunately, was with some
irresponsible people. She was kept in a cage
outside in the desert, since she was two months old. Just on the ground in a cage. And so she was
never able to run. She never had a toy. She never wagged her tail. She never lived
next door to Oprah. She’s– it’s all changed. It’s all different now. So when we got
her home we were– they say take a neutral space
to introduce her to your dogs, and between some
kind of fencing. And we knew, especially
Kid, he’s just a jerk. And he just doesn’t
like other dogs. And we thought this
is going to be– here we are trying to introduce
them to each other, first day. [BARKING] [GROWLING] Stop it. Stop it. [GROWLING] No. [GROWLING] [LAUGHTER] Yeah. Yeah. They were mad. I think they realized
they were going to have to split my
fortune an extra way. [LAUGHTER] And so– and anyone who knows
us knows that our house is normally ready for an
Architectural Digest shoot at any time. You can just show up any time
and our house is pristine. But look at it now
that we have a puppy. It is like a– [LAUGHTER] It’s like a PetSmart aisle. And that’s not
even all the beds. We have actually four more beds. And this is where
she likes to play. Even though we got all those
beds, she’s in the grass all the time. She’s so– anyway,
we got so many toys because she’d
never had any toys. And this is her– the
first time, literally. She didn’t know what grass was. She didn’t know how to run. And this is her playing with
a toy for the first time, and running. [TOY SQUEAKING] Go get it. Aww! [TOY SQUEAKING] Drop it. Drop it. Good girl. Aww! I know. She’s so smart! [TOY SQUEAKING] Now, if anybody else made that
noise over and over again, I would sue them. But when Wallis does
it, it’s adorable, because she’s never had a toy. So she just walks
around with that toy. Puppies are a lot of work. So you have to know what
you’re getting into. Don’t think they’re adorable and
get them home, because she’s– but we’re like new parents. So we’re trying to do
everything we can right. We have a crate next to the bed. And we’re crate-training
her at night. And it gives me new respect
for moms that have babies. Because, you know, to worry
about your baby in a crate, I can’t even imagine. [LAUGHTER] So, you know, the first
two nights she was crying. And it’s hard for me because
I want to get her out. And Portia’s like, no,
she’s got to learn. And now she– so on
Sunday night she slept– she got into the crate at 9:30. And it was 7:00 in
the morning, and we hadn’t heard a peep from her. And I was scared that
she wasn’t alive. I was– I woke her
up at 7 o’clock. And she was alive. And she was furious
that we woke her up. But if you’re wondering how
all the dogs are doing now, this is day six. This is this morning. And this is how they’re
getting along now. Aww! I know. Wolf has a wide spread. Wolf has a– he really
takes up a lot of room. Anyway, I am so excited
that we have her. Like I said, we rescued her. It’s an organization
called Wagmor, which is right here in Studio City. Really close to here, if
you want to go get the– anyway, follow
them on Instagram. They do a lot of good work. They have a lot of adorable
dogs that are up for adoption right now. Wallis’ mother is
there right now. So if you’ve ever wanted
to be related to me, this is your chance
to have our puppy– actually her two brothers
are still there, too. There’s two more
male puppies there. [MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, I’m Andy. Ellen asked me to remind you
to subscribe to her channel so you can see more
awesome videos, like videos of me getting scared or
saying embarrassing things, like ball peen hammer. And also some videos of
Ellen and other celebrities, if you’re into
that sort of thing. Yah! Ah! [BLEEP] God-[BLEEP]!

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