There is a new furry member of the Guns N’ Roses family.
Bass player Duff McKagan, 59, and his wife Susan Holmes McKagan, 51, have adopted an adorable rescue puppy.
Susan announced the new addition on her Instagram, sharing photos of the pooch living the high life as she cuddled him on a private jet.
‘Guys we adopted a rescue puppy! how cute is he?!’ she gushed in the caption.
Photos captured the young pup resting on their bed, playing out in the yard, and snaps of the pooch with his new fur parents and their luxurious method of transportation.
New furry addition! Guns N’ Roses musician Duff McKagan and his wife Susan have adopted a rescue puppy
Duff and his wife looked as happy as can be as they posed with their adorable new addition.
Susan gave a shout-out to The Labelle Foundation, the animal rescue organization they found their new friend at.
Formed in 1985, Guns N’ Roses have had massive hits which have endured the test of time such as Sweet Child o’ Mine and Welcome to the Jungle.
As a solo artist, McKagan has released three albums on his own – Believe in Me, Tenderness, and Lighthouse, which was released earlier this year.
Susan, whom he has been married to for nearly 27 years, served as the inspiration for the lead Lighthouse track.
‘It’s just a straight-up love song to my wife,’ he told Yahoo Entertainment.
‘The song was this simple little three-chord thing. I came up with these melodies and these words, “Won’t you be my lighthouse?” — and I knew immediately that’d be about Susan giving giving me light and bringing me home.’
Duff and Susan married in 1999 and they share daughters Grace McKagan, 26, and Mae Marie McKagan, 23, together.
Living the high life! Susan posed with the dog as she sat on the steps of the private jet
Too cute! The post included video of their new furry friend playing around in the yard
‘We are so happy’: Susan gushed about her new furry friend on Instagram
Hit it! Formed in 1985, Guns N’ Roses have had massive hits which have endured the test of time such as Sweet Child o’ Mine and Welcome to the Jungle; Slash and McKagan pictured in 2019
Speaking of the ways they make their relationship last, he told the outlet: ‘We’re super-cool to each other. We give each other room. We really dig each other in every specific way you could imagine.’
‘And she takes my breath away, still. When she walks in the room, her perfume, that smell, I’m like, Ohhhhh. So, I’m fortunate; I know that.
‘And I guess we’re just together a lot. I tour a lot, and absence definitely makes her heart grow fonder, but we can be together as much time as we’re apart and we f***ing cherish the time together.
‘Well, I do. I’ll speak for myself. She might just be faking it, I dunno!’