Weeks after mourning the loss of Woody, the ‘Ray Donovan’ actor thanks the non-profit Tobie’s Small Dog Rescue in Los Angeles for facilitating the adoption of Scout.
Liev Schreiber has added a new pooch to his family after his beloved dog Woody was hit by a car and died.
The “Ray Donovan” star took to Instagram on Wednesday, July 1 to share an image of his rescue pet and thank the non-profit Tobie’s Small Dog Rescue in Los Angeles for facilitating the adoption.
“New guy. His name is Scout,” Schreiber captioned the shot. “Thank you to Tee and all the good people @tobiessmalldogrescue.”
The actor also posted a video of his new pet playing with his other dog Willow.
Last month, the 52-year-old, detailed his grief on the photo sharing site following Woody’s passing.
“Been off the grid for a bit and just now beginning to find my way back. On top of everything else happening in the world right now, about three weeks ago Woody was hit by a car and unfortunately he didn’t make it,” he wrote on Instagram. “It was all over fairly quickly and I don’t think he suffered too much. I wish I could say the same for us.”
He added, “He was an amazing friend, teacher, and companion. He helped me rebuild my life in a way that wouldn’t have been possible without him. Those of you who have a friend like Woody will know what I mean. Hold them close.”
Schreiber is currently raising sons Sasha, 11, and Kai, 12, with ex Naomi Watts.
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