‘Full House’ Cast Celebrates Anniversary By Singing About Creator’s Dogs To Help Him…

A Golden Retriever in the fields

Earlier this week, “Full House” celebrated their anniversary by reuniting to sing a song. The creator of the show was the one who organized the whole thing so they can raise funds for doggos in need.

– The cast of “Full House” reunited for the show’s anniversary.
– This year, the reunion led to the creation of a music video.
– The music video was about…

The anniversary of “Full House” was on the same week as National Dog Week so singing the song “Gotta Love a Golden” was just fitting. The creator of the show, Jeff Franklin, created the song about his two golden retrievers and some of those who participated included Andrea Barber, Bob Saget, Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier, Jodie Sweetin, and John Stamos.

All the proceeds from the music video will be given to PetSmart Charities. In a statement by Franklin, he shared, “Dogs can teach us so much about love, loyalty and living in the moment. My goldens Woody and Lola inspired the song with their relentless obsession with tennis balls. I love my Full House family for supporting me and agreeing to sing my goofy song. In these challenging times, I hope this project brings a smile to people and needed to help our animal friends.”


See the amazing video from the story written by Kelli Bender here – https://people.com/pets/

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