Andy Cohen Shares Heartbreaking News That He Had to Re-Home His Dog Wacha

by Jeremy Spirogis
Andy Cohen poses with his dog Wacha

Bravo producer Andy Cohen simply revealed that he needed to re-home his beloved canine Wacha after rising considerations for his son’s wellbeing.

Andy Cohen poses with his dog Wacha
Andy Cohen poses along with his canine Wacha | Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Residence Inn

Wacha was a continuing for Cohen, typically seen on his present Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. Cohen even retains a small stuffed beagle by his toes within the studio. Plus, Wacha was typically featured on Cohen’s Instagram, incomes his personal verified Instagram that has 225,000 followers.

Needless to say, making the choice to re-home Wacha couldn’t have been simple or made frivolously. Cohen explains in an emotional and heartbreaking Instagram post that he needed to come to the conclusion he wanted to discover a higher dwelling resolution for everybody.

Wacha was Cohen’s first child

Cohen was a canine dad lengthy earlier than his son Benjamin was born. This is why making the choice to re-home Wacha was so troublesome.

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“I’ve put off sharing this news as long as I could,” Cohen started his post. “As you may know, Wacha is my first baby, my beautiful rescue puppy. He is my pride and joy. When he came into my life, my world changed.”

“Over the nearly seven years that I’ve been blessed to have Wacha in my life, we have worked to address some occasional random signs of aggression,” Cohen continued. “No effort was spared in the attempt to help Wacha feel adjusted.” Cohen additionally featured his canine coach on Watch What Happens Live who described how he labored with Wacha shortly after Benjamin was born.

Cohen re-homed Wacha out of affection for his son and his canine

Cohen shared that an “incident” led him to consider that having Wacha in a house with a toddler wasn’t secure for anybody.

“After an incident a few months ago, numerous professionals led me to the conclusion that my home is simply not a good place for him,” Cohen admits. “Keeping him here could be catastrophic for Ben and worse for Wacha.”

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However, being the good canine dad he’s, Cohen discovered a really perfect dwelling state of affairs that enables him to proceed to be in his favourite pup’s life. “The good news is that he now has a permanent home with his second family, in the place he lived every single time I went out of town,” he shared.

Even higher, Cohen says Wacha is doing properly. “He is thriving. We still see each other, but a piece of my heart is gone. I miss his weight on top of me first thing in the morning. I miss him waiting for me in front of the shower. And I miss the sound of his paws on the floor when I come home. I am not the same person I was when I got him.”

Wacha’s pawprint is on Cohen’s coronary heart perpetually

Cohen admitted regardless of feeling glad that his canine is in a loving house, he nonetheless misses him.

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“My dog changed me,” he remarked. “He opened me up to love.. to caring… and ultimately to having a family. When I think of him – let’s be honest, when don’t I think of him – it’s with the clarity that we were meant to come into each other’s lives exactly when we did, and that he’s happy, which gives me peace of mind. We did rescue each other. Thank you, Wacha.”

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