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Josh Flagg Shares an Update on His Dog George: "He’s Like Sonja [Morgan]"
The MDLLA agent opens up about his life at home with his pet, as well as his marriage to husband Bobby Boyd.
Back in July, Josh Flagg shared the exciting news that he had welcomed a dog named George into his life. In the months since, George has become an essential and furry member of Josh's family — as well as, it seems from the way Josh describes it, a source of some stress on top of that.
"I mean, I just don’t understand this dog," the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent told Bravo Insider in a recent phone interview. "He had supposedly 30 weeks of training, and it’s just, like, insane. He’s like Sonja [Morgan], I don’t understand."
Josh is, of course, referring to The Real Housewives of New York City cast member who spent some time at his home this year and caused, some, um, disruptions during her stay. Josh then went on to explain the kinds of antics that George has gotten into at casa Flagg. "He ate my hat. He’s eaten my shoes. He ate the walls," he recalled. "He pissed on a $40,000 rug."
It does sound like when George isn't getting into trouble, he has made some friends in the form of fellow MDLLA broker Tracy Tutor's dogs. "They go on walks together, actually," he said. "They have a good time together."
So, is Josh considering adding any more pets to his life? "No. Absolutely not," he said. "I’m considering getting rid of a pet."
While Josh is still getting used to life with George, he does have another important guy in his life: his husband, Bobby Boyd. The pair marked four years of marriage back in September.
Josh explained if the pandemic has changed anything for the couple. "I don’t think anything bad happened. I mean, you know, the only bad thing is that, you know, permitting for the house was slowed down by COVID. But aside from that, business was great, we’re great," he said. "Everything’s great."
Still, Josh explained it's not always easy to find time for it all, including making room for business, as well as his marriage and social life. "It’s not really that seamless. It is not easy," he said. "But I mean, you know, there’s only so much time in the day, which is why I value my time. I don’t really have much of it."
— Reporting by Abby Feiner
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