Dodger & Mylo play date @ChrisEvans 🤍 pic.twitter.com/hp8tfAPtW4— Alexandra Raisman (@Aly_Raisman)
While watching Mylo play, Raisman and Evans both observe that Dodger looks much bigger compared to Mylo.Raisman's new addition also warmed up to Evans pretty quickly. In a second video posted to the gymnast's Twitter, the Marvel star can be seen holding the 4-month-old dog and getting some sweet cuddles.
Best buds @ChrisEvans ☺️ pic.twitter.com/PjTwvX23hq— Alexandra Raisman (@Aly_Raisman)The Olympian rescued Mylo in October from a shelter and expressed her excitement on social media at the time.
"I’m so excited to be his mom. I’ve already cried a few times because I feel so lucky," she wrote in an Oct. 31 post. "He kept me up most of the night but I loved being able to comfort him & make him feel safe."
The athlete added that she's not sure what type of mixed breed Mylo is.
Is it a duck…or a dog? The Newfoundland breed has a water resistant coat and webbed feet. This dog was originally bred to help haul nets for fishermen and rescuing people at risk of drowning.
"The shelter didn’t know his mom or dad. Wondering where he got those beautiful blue eyes from," she shared.Raisman has been open about her love for animals and gushed about her family's two dogs, Magic and Gibson, during an interview with TODAY earlier this year.
Aly Raisman talks about Tokyo Olympics, PTSD and her new mental health projectEvans is also a proud pet parent and frequently posts about Dodger on his social media. In 2018, he shared a video of the moment he first met the rescue dog to celebrate National Pet Day.
YouTube personality Brooke Houts is under investigation after a video uploaded to her channel showed her smacking, shoving and yelling at her dog.“We are aware of the incident and we’re looking into the matter,” a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told TODAY.The shocking video showed Houts, who has more than 300,000 subscribers, smacking, scolding and shoving her Doberman pinscher, Sphinx.
"This is the moment we met," he wrote on Twitter. "He was trying so hard to stay seated even though he desperately wanted to get out. I knew right away that he was coming home with me, so I took this video to always remember our first hello. Rescue dogs are the best dogs!!"