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Justin Bieber Buys a Bulldog Puppy While Home for the Holidays—See the Pics!

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Justin Bieber has a new puppy!

While home in Canada for Christmas, the 19-year-old retired pop star recently stopped by a local pet store to purchase a new furry friend.

Bieber visited Ruffin's Pet Centre in Stratford, Ontario, this week with his family and bought a 7-week-old American bulldog puppy, E! News confirms. The adorable white and brown pooch came from a breeder.

Acorrding to the store, Bieber entered the store around 3:30 p.m., then left for a bit. He returned around 4 p.m. and bought the dog as around 35 fans watched on before leaving through the back entrance to avoid the crowd of people.

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Ruffin's also tells E! News that Bieber and his family are regulars at the shop and have bought pets from them before.

Bieber's dad, Jeremy Bieber, took to Twitter today to share a message about their new pet, writing, "So were gona let one lucky #belieber name @justinbieber s new puppy.... Follow and find out how it can be you."

He also shared a pic of himself cuddling the bulldog with the caption, "Newest Bieber."

While Bieber has yet to share any pics of his new pooch on Twitter or Instagram, he recently wrote, "Blessed to spend Christmas with my family. Hope everyone around the world had a blessed Christmas as well. Much love."

On the same day he picked up his new puppy, Bieber also surprised fans before a local screening of his new movie Believe. He shared a pic of himself with fans in the Stratford movie theater, writing, "I might just surprise you #believe."

A fan also posted, "Justin Bieber visited Stratford yesterday! Went to the Stratford Cinemas where his new movie is playing. #justinbieber @JustinBieber."

—Reporting by Marcus Mulick

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