TV personality Andy Cohen updated fans on the state of his dog, Wacha, during their touching reunion months after he placed the dog in a new home.
Andy Cohen is well-known in the entertainment world as a radio and TV host. The father-of-one recently reunited with his beloved dog months after he placed Wacha in a new home and shared the news with fans on social media.
Cohen shared videos on his Instagram story that captured the host of "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen" with Wacha tied to a leash as the pair took a stroll down the street.
Andy Cohen at the Tribeca talks panel during the 2018 Tribeca TV Festival at Spring Studios on September 23, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
The 52-year-old talk show host announced in the clips that Wacha was healthy and happy to be back in his old neighborhood. He also added that he was happy to be reunited with his pal and jokingly said that Wacha was also excited as he kept urinating on everything.
While it broke [Andy Cohen's] heart to let go of his furry friend, the TV host confirmed that Wacha was doing better in his new home on his radio show.
Back in May, the "Love Connection" star revealed on Instagram that he decided to place the dog in a new home in Connecticut due to Wacha's occasional display of aggression.
The television personality made this decision with his son, Benjamin Allen, in mind as the boy was only 15 months old at the time and the dog's attitude could endanger his safety.
A screenshot of Andy Cohen's post on his instagram story | Photo: instagram.com/bravoandy/
In June, the "Radio Andy" host disclosed that the idea of rehoming Wacha began after an incident that occurred on the day of the "Below Deck" reunion filming.
After the unfortunate incident, Cohen reached out to the rescue organization he got Wacha from, his dog trainer, and his family and friends for their advice.
After much consideration, it was decided that a new home would be the best. While it broke "The Andy Cohen Diaries" star's heart to let go of his furry friend, the TV host confirmed that Wacha was doing better in his new home on his radio show.
Cohen assured fans that he planned on visiting the dog regularly and taking him out for walks plus Wacha had adjusted so well to his new home that there were no signs of sadness after the TV host left him.