Sharon Osbourne Welcomes New ‘Grand’ Pup to the Family Courtesy of Daughter Aimee

by Amy Myers
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Christmas came early for the Osbourne family this year, as Sharon introduced the latest member, Zippy the pomeranian. As fans of the famous U.K.-native family know, the Osbournes tend to prefer animals over people. Over the years, they’ve had many furry companions running around their home, but it seems there are never too many!

Sharon Osbourne announced that her oldest daughter, 38-year-old Aimee, adopted the furbaby.

“Allow me to introduce my newest Grand [dog emoji] Zippy! Rescued by AIMÉE from Texas. He was slow to trust, but is now pure joy!” Osbourne shared.

From the looks of the sweet photo, Zippy has warmed up to his grandmom and is happy to be a part of the Osbourne family.

Of course, Osbourne pampers all of the pups in her house, including her Shi Tzu mix with incredibly luxurious hair. The former talk show host demonstrated the lengths she’ll go to in order to ensure that her pups are in good care.

Take a look at this adorable hair routine below.

“She’s 100% worth it,” Sharon Osbourne said confidently.

So How Many Dogs Does Sharon Osbourne Actually Have?

Well, it’s hard to tell. The last time Sharon Osbourne shared a group photo of the pack was when her rockstar husband was chauffeuring them up to bed via elevator. At the time, there were six dogs in the elevator shaft, but who’s to say that was all of the pups? Now with a grandpup coming to visit, there are at least seven dogs in the house.

And despite their different sizes, ages and personalities, they all have two traits in common. First, they have adorably curly tails.

And second, they all have fun with their fur-mom.

“Sometimes all you need is a little support,” Sharon Osbourne cheekily captioned the photo as her dog perched on her head to look out the window.

Osbourne Reveals What Breed of Dog She and Ozzy Would Be

Although her heart clearly belongs to Pomeranians and Shi Tzus, Osbourne once admitted that if she were a dog, she would be a Japanese Chin, which really just look like a combination of the two breeds. But the dog mom’s reasoning doesn’t have to do so much with appearance as it does attitude.

“I used to have one and they are so aloof,” she explained. “They think they are better than everyone else, and that’s me. I think I have an attitude problem.”

Meanwhile, Ozzy, too, would be another smaller-breed pup.

“Because he’s rushing around here and there and everywhere. [He is] digging things up and going down holes… he’d be a terrier, definitely.”