Meet Schnitzel! Arnold Schwarzenegger introduces his new dog, named after his favorite Austrian food.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a new dog.
The Hollywood action legend introduced his pup to his 22.1 million Instagram followers, admitting he’s crazy about his “sweet little meatball” even though some of his pets are struggling to adjust to their new mutt.
Arnie, 74, got a new dog friend for Christmas and named her Schnitzel, after his “favorite Austrian dish” and “his own nickname.”
Replenishment: Arnold Schwarzenegger has a new dog
In his Instagram post of him hugging a schnitzel, he wrote: “I told my followers about this last week and now it’s time to introduce you to a new family member.”
“I got it for Christmas! Her name is Schnitzel, after my favorite Austrian dish and my own nickname.
“I can’t wait to continue sharing photos and videos of her as she gets older. She and Dutch are already best friends. Cherry keeps showing her teeth and Lulu tried to trample her, so we’re working on the whole relationship dynamic.
Christmas present: Arnie, 74, got his new canine friend for Christmas and he named her Schnitzel after his “favorite Austrian dish” and his “own nickname”.
Furry friends: In an Instagram post showing him hugging a schnitzel, he wrote: “I told my newsletter subscribers last week and now it’s time to introduce you to a new family member.”
“At least Whiskey doesn’t care about anything as long as she gets food. But she’s such a cute little meatball.
The Terminator star has several pets, including Lulu the donkey, Whiskey the miniature horse, and Dutch, Noodles and Cherry the dogs.
Arnie admitted that having a house filled with animals helped him get through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Terminator: The Terminator star has several pets, including Lulu the donkey, Whiskey the miniature horse, and Dutch, Noodles and Cherry the dogs.
He previously said, “It’s so wonderful to have animals around you and they play with you and do funny things and roam around the house.”
“I am very lucky that I can afford such animals, or I have a place for such animals, or I have time now due to the coronavirus where I can stay at home most of the time.
“It’s very fun to look at it and see this energy. I think it’s also therapeutic in a way.”
Enjoying nature: Arnie admits having a house filled with animals helped him survive the COVID-19 pandemic