Blackburn Rovers player Bradley Dack has paid tribute to his dogs by getting some adorable Disney-inspired tattoos.
Bradley, who plays as a middle fielder Rovers Pablo Gutierrez from The London Social Tattoo gave him two tattoos for Lola, a Carpathian/German shepherd mix, as well as Stitch, a Rottweiler.
Stitch is a Disney film character. The word ‘Ohana’, Hawaiian for family, is written underneath the character.
Posting to his Instagram, Pablo said: “Couple of fun ones for Bradley Dack.
“Soft black and grey Disney tattoos for Brad with some original ‘Ohana’ lettering.
“Thank you all for the continued support guys it means the world to me.”
Bradley’s fiancée Oliva Attwood also shared pictures of the tattoos to her two million followers and said: “So Brad copied me, like everyone, by getting in @certfiedletterboy’s tattoo chair.
“But look at these! They aren’t healed and have a plaster on. So sick.”
Bradley and Olivia adopted Lola, their Romanian rescue dog, back in 2021.
The Romanian charity for dog care saved the dog. They then collaborated with The Pack Project UK to bring Lola and Lennox back to their loving families.
Stitch, the newest addition to our family, was adopted in 2022 by Many Tears Animal Rescue.
At the end of March Rovers’ head coach Jon Dahl Tomasson confirmed that Bradley has returned to training during the month having been out since limping off with a hamstring injury in the win over Swansea City on February 15.
The 29-year-old is still to be decided by the head coach if he will return to the matchday squad or if he will be leaving to take part in a behind-closed-doors game on Sunday.
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