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Let’s talk humans. See what celebs have to say about pet parenthood. Find advice on handling your pet’s other people (e.g. your ex.) And get more tips for the people stuff.

Dayna Isom Johnson with her small white and orange dog on a picnic blanket

And her pup, Mojo, is her stylish right-hand dude.

Especially when the eco-forward fashion designer has red carpet nerves.

Sen. John Fetterman’s “TikTok whisperer” works hard, but Bella helps her chill.

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Jessica Koslow sitting on a beige couch with her black wire-haired dog sitting in her lap with a bookshelf in the background

OK, this is too pure: His favorite words are “love” and “friend.”

The Wildest's January Cover Star, Rainey Qualley, wearing a bright orange fluffy jacket while holding her white and black cat and standing in a closet full of purses and coats

Talent (and an obsession with cats) runs in the family.

illustration of moises zamora and cats

The award-winning writer-producer-filmmaker’s superpower is rescuing cats — and letting them inspire the virtual worlds he creates.

Kassidi Jones sitting on a green velvet couch with her curly hair in two big pom poms and wearing a coral spaghetti strap jumpsuit while her tan dog Gingers Naps licks her face.

The academic — an exciting, emerging voice in animal advocacy — comes wielding both cute Pit Bull pics and uncomfortable truths.

A black white and yellow ink drawing of a woman reading in front of a cityscape

But, in the end, they are the necessary force behind her art.

sudan archives collage

With a special nod to Barack Obama, too.

Emma Allen wearing glasses and blue jacket standing in front of her desk with full bookshelves above it

The New Yorker cartoon editor’s assistant is a massive, blood-thirsty, perfect furball.

Deirdre Franklin dressed as a pinup model holding one of her calendars while sitting on a wooden table next to a Pitbull dog sitting on its hind legs looking up at her

Back in the day, pinup models donned their victory rolls to boost wartime spirits. Now, they do it to advocate for a much-maligned dog breed. Deirdre Franklin, the founder of Pinups for Pitbulls, explains how a burlesque hobby evolved into a life-saving non-profit.

The founder of indie fashion brand Lisa Says Gah! says George made starting over on her own feel possible. Now, if only she could get him to model one of her wildly popular pet sweaters...

A portrait of the artist Bambou Gili, a woman with long dark hair wearing a black dress shirt and dark brown trousers sitting with one of her paintings of a cat in all blue behind her and white outlines around her figure

The dreamy hues of the visual artist’s work reflect the magic found in quiet moments. Something kitties appreciate, too.

Jess Rona laying on a green couch in a vintage style living room, playfully pinching the ear of a dog sitting beside her while another white dog sitting in front of her

No matter their star status, all of Rona’s clients are classified as “cozy bears.”

A man in light blue loose clothes with his white Pug dog sitting in his lap

The Baja East creative director might call the shots at work, but at home, Donatella is The Boss.

Langley Fox petting her Husky mix dog while sitting on a green couch in her living room

Whether she’s painting her “demons” or illustrating for Marc Jacobs, the artist is constantly pushing herself to new heights — all with her Husky by her side.

The songwriter has her pup, Georgia, to thank for her new depths of vulnerability on Crybaby, Tegan and Sara’s new album.

sofia valdes

The musician’s pup (and love-song muse), Padmé, dabbles a bit in the art of...revenge.

A fashionable woman standing outside with her dog in the city.

The New York fashion icon’s Poodle is often recognized more often than her.

A cheerful woman with a puppy next to her wearing a vibrant harness.

The abstract artist on how her rescue pup, Sam, photobombed a video project and inspired a brand-new line of dog products.