Pet keeping is one of the acts associated with the rich and famous. Sometimes, these powerful people showcase their pets to their followers and fans. A common constant in the choice of pet amongst most celebrities is "a dog/puppy" .
Back in Ghana, it is not entirely surprising that some celebrities have also taken up the dog owning profession. After all, unlike most humans, dogs are well noted to be creatures who possess a high level of gratitude. As a result, dogs are also known as very loyal animals.
Below are some Ghanaian celebrities who love dogs;
Deloris Frimpong Manso
The ace radio show host, producer, public speaker, entrepreneur and Women's advocate, popularly known as Delay has time without number, showcased her love for dogs. She owns a very cute dog.
In 2013, when the star actress was ' fed up' with all the rumors and insinuations about her love life, she silenced the rumor mongers by stating that 'she's in love' with her dog, called Phedo.
Confidence can't be excluded from the list of top Ghanaian female celebrities who loves dogs.
Afia Schwarzenegger is one of the few Ghanaian female celebrities who loves dogs just as you can see at the picture above.
Nana Ama McBrown
She loves dogs and often posts them on her social media pages. In an interview with Stacy Amoateng, McBrown revealed that she spoke very often to her dog when she was going through a variety of challenges in 2017.
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