Andy Cohen Reunites With Dog Wacha Who Had To Find A New Home Due To Aggressive Tendencies

‘I saw an old friend today’: Andy Cohen reunites with his dog Wacha, whom he had to rehome because of aggressive tendencies


They may no longer live together, but the bond between man and dog lives on.

Andy Cohen posted a reunion photo Thursday with Wacha, a rescue dog he had to give up after some aggression issues made it impossible for him to keep the puppy.

The photo showed Cohen, 53, smiling at the camera as Wacha gave him a huge doggy kiss on his left cheek.

Man’s Best Friend: Andy Cohen posted a reunion photo with Wacha, a rescue dog he had to give up after a number of aggression issues made it impossible for him to keep the puppy

The Watch What Happens Live star captioned the photo: “I saw an old friend today.”

Cohen announced that Wacha would no longer live with the star and his son Benjamin in May 2020.

He captioned a video of the two playing with the news, writing: “I’ve been putting off sharing this news for as long as possible. As you may know, Wacha is my first baby, my beautiful rescue puppy. He is my pride and joy. When he came into my life, my world changed.

“In the nearly seven years I’ve been blessed with Wacha in my life, we’ve worked to address some occasional random signs of aggression. No expense was spared to help Wacha feel adjusted.’

“After an incident a few months ago, countless professionals have led me to the conclusion that my house just isn’t the right place for him. Keeping him here could be disastrous for Ben and worse for Wacha.’

Some Aggression Issues: Cohen announced that Wacha would no longer live with the star and his son Benjamin in May 2020 due to some aggressiveness

Some Aggression Issues: Cohen announced that Wacha would no longer live with the star and his son Benjamin in May 2020 due to some aggressiveness

Better for Benjamin: The Watch What Happens Live star said loving Wacha could have been 'catastrophic' for his son and 'worse for Wacha'

Better for Benjamin: The Watch What Happens Live star said loving Wacha could have been ‘catastrophic’ for his son and ‘worse for Wacha’

Cohen assured his followers that Wacha moved in with people he knew. He also said that the rescue dog changed his life.

“I’m not the same person I was when I got him. My dog ​​has changed me. He opened me up to love… to caring… and ultimately to having a family,” he wrote.

The Sex and the City star had his son via surrogate in February 2019. He recently opened up about single parenthood in an interview with KMOX.

Changing his life: Cohen has credited Wacha with changing him for the better by saying, “My dog ​​changed me.  He opened me to love

Changing his life: Cohen has credited Wacha with changing him for the better by saying, “My dog ​​changed me. He opened me to love

Very simple: Cohen recently opened up about single parenthood, saying that Benjamin

Very simple: Cohen recently opened up about single parenthood, saying that Benjamin “makes it really easy”

‘It is awesome. So far good. I have many women in my life who help me,” Cohen said.

He added: ‘He makes it very easy. He is a happy big boy. He makes it fun. I learn things every day.’

As for his professional life, the talk show host recently released his latest book, Glitter Every Day: 365 Quotes from Women I Love.

The book was published on November 2 and has been on the New York Times Bestseller List for the past few weeks.

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