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Kevin Costner Shares Adorable Photo Of Life As A “Single Dad” On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Kevin Costner gives a small smile on the set of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon"

As many people know, it isn’t easy to be a single parent. This is true no matter if your child is a human or a pet. Kevin Costner recently learned this for himself when he got a dog after his divorce from Christine Baumgartner. That’s why, when he was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, he took some time to give fans an update on life with a pup. And, yes, it’s just as sweet and chaotic as you would imagine.

During this segment of the show, Fallon Shares a photo of Costner’s dog. This is when we learn that his name is Bobby — though, the actor admits he calls him Bob when upset at the pup. As adorable as the first photo is of Bobby, it’s the second photo that comes with an amazing story. And how could it not? Bobby looks so cozy as he takes a little nap on the dishwasher! Watch Costner tell the story of what happened in the video below.

@fallontonight @Kevin Costner’s puppy Bob has a few quirks 🥹 #FallonTonight #TonightShow #KevinCostner #JimmyFallon ♬ original sound – FallonTonight

So many parents will tell you that they long for a moment of peace and quiet… only to fear that something is wrong the moment they finally get it. Turns out, the same can be said for parents of dogs. The results of these suspiciously quiet moments can be a lot sometimes, but at least they also lead to adorable moments like this, too!

Fans Can’t Stop Gushing Over Kevin Costner’s Adorable New Dog, Bobby

“Where is he? It’s too quiet. He’s chewin’ on something,” one fan writes in the comments, quoting Costner before adding, “CAN RELATE!”

“[You have] got to love Kevin even more with a cute dog like that,” someone else shares, with another adding, “Such and adorable picture of Bob. Love it.”

You can find the source of this story’s featured image here!

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