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Tyler Hubbard’s New Puppy
Tyler Hubbard’s New Puppy

Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line loves his puppy so much he decided to share a photo of the pup with his 63,000 Instagram followers.

Hubbard is the latest country singer to post a puppy selfie. The photo shows what looks like a golden retriever puppy (what else could it be with that gorgeous golden fur?!) wearing a bone-shaped dog collar that reads his name, Harley. Harley Hubbard’s sweet puppy eyes are drooping as he lays on a pile of laundry in front of a suitcase.

Hubbard calls him “the freshest pup on the block” and with a collar like that, we can see why! He added the hashtag “miss him already” and by the looks of Harley’s eyes, it looks like he misses Hubbard when he’s on the road too. With the pup posed by a suitcase, it seems his faithful owner was packing for yet another trip.

Maybe Hubbard will decide to take the puppy on the road with him, like Brantley Gilbert does while he’s on his Let It Ride Tour. Florida Georgia Line have lots of travel dates coming up while on Jason Aldean‘s Burn It Down Tour this spring and summer. They’re also headlining a tour beginning in May.

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