Tommy Fury recently showed off his and Molly-Mae Hague’s new guard dog after their £800,000 burglary.
It was previously reported that the Love Island couple were considering getting a dog for their safety.
The two even left the flat and moved into a new gated house in Cheshire after the incident last year.
And now the 22-year-old boxer has taken to his Instagram Stories to share a clip of the dog.
In the clip, he cuddles the new addition to the family while Toy Story’s You’ve Got A Friend In Me played in the background.
He also added a heart emoji to the video.
A source previously revealed to The Sun: “As soon as the burglary was discovered, Molly said she would never live in the flat again and wanted the security of living in a house.
“But the rent prices are crazy and they’re looking to buy somewhere ASAP. Tommy also says he wants a guard dog because he’s really a deterrent.
“Most footballers in the area have them and burglars stay away as these animals are fierce.”
Molly-Mae opened up about the terrifying burglary in November.
Speaking in a YouTube video, Molly said: “This is hands down the worst thing that has ever happened to me, to us I would say probably.”
Molly continued: “It was just awful, awful, awful. So we dealt with a lot of things.
“Our apartment was broken into, ransacked, gutted. You name it.”
She also explained how she knew they were leaving the apartment moments after discovering the place had been ransacked.
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The star described his “safe haven” as the “hardest thing to deal with” rather than a financial loss.
Molly-Mae said: “It wasn’t the materialistic things that were taken. It wasn’t all the property that went missing. It wasn’t them that raped us. It was ransacked.
“But it was none of that. I knew the second we found out – we were at a meeting in London when we got the call – and I knew the minute I found out we were going to have to leave.
“It was the most heartbreaking thing for me. Being forced to leave your home that you love so much and weren’t ready to leave any time soon was awful.”
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