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Justin Trudeau's Family Has Pets & You've Probably Never Seen These Photos Of Them Before

Did you know that Justin Trudeau's family has pets? If you don't closely look at his or Sophie Grégoire Trudeau's Instagrams, you've probably missed the few times that they've posted about the animals.

Here are seven photos of the family pets that you've probably never seen before.

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In early 2016, the Trudeaus got a puppy and named her Kenzie but photos of her have been pretty rare since then.

Grégoire Trudeau shared this snap back in 2018 of her three kids hugging their dog and you can see how much she's grown.

She also posted a photo of the family cross country skiing and off to the side you can see the pup walking through the snow.

When the Raptors were playing game six of the NBA Finals, which is when they won the championship, Trudeau posted a photo of him watching with two of his kids and Kenzie.

For Father's Day in 2019, Grégoire Trudeau shared a bunch of photos of her husband with their kids and if you scroll through them you'll see their dog in the background of one of the shots.

Kenzie isn't the only Trudeau family pet. They also have guinea pigs and one of them is named Colton.

You can see another shot of the family's guinea pigs when you scroll through the photos Grégoire Trudeau posted on Thanksgiving.

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