Lifestyle Pets Stars & Their Pets: Drew's New Squeeze Barrymore and her adopted pup leave the Late Show in New York. Plus: Sharon Osbourne's fluffy arm candy and more By People Staff Published on August 26, 2010 10:05 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 09 DREW BARRYMORE Fame Coming through! Barrymore and her new rescue dog, Douglas, brave the New York City crowds on Tuesday after visiting the Late Show with David Letterman. 02 of 09 SHARON OSBOURNE Splash News Online The reality matriarch gets a pick-me-up – her fluffy Pomeranian pup! – after visiting daughter Kelly in Los Angeles on Wednesday. 03 of 09 JESSE JAMES INF Ready for lift-off! James keeps one hand on his petite pooch – reportedly a new French bulldog named Pierre – while heading to work in Austin, Texas. 04 of 09 NATALIE PORTMAN Pacific Coast News The Black Swan actress pulls a balancing act, keeping her furry pal close at hand – er, hip – on Thursday after a trip to the TLC Pet Medical Center in L.A. 05 of 09 PARIS HILTON Fame Be sure to buckle him up! Hilton takes her super-cute pug, Mugsy, on a shopping spree at Fred Segal boutique in Beverly Hills on Monday. “He loves to shop ;) I adopted him from a pug rescue, he is an angel. Love him,” the heiress Tweeted. 06 of 09 HILARY DUFF GRPR/GSI Follow the leader! The newlywed starlet – who recently ditched her blonde locks for a darker hue – joins her big and little canine pals for a stroll around Toluca Lake, Calif., on Saturday. 07 of 09 NEIL PATRICK HARRIS GSI Is Doogie Houser practicing for daddy duty? Fathers-to-be Harris and David Burtka walk their dogs through sunny SoCal on Saturday. Later that night, Harris won two trophies – one for his guest spot on Glee and another for his Tony Awards hosting duties – at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. 08 of 09 BRITTANY SNOW Fame Hairspray actress Snow and her bitty blonde pup head off to breakfast on Sunday in Studio City, Calif. 09 of 09 NICOLLETTE SHERIDAN Noel Vasquez/Getty Batter up, pup! Sheridan brings her lucky dog, Oliver, to Dodger Stadium on Saturday for Bark in the Park, an event that drew 500 pooches (and their owners) to the baseball game.