Facebook founder has a new page... for his puppy

Mar 07, 2011
Billionaire Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, shown here in 2010, has announced his latest acquisition -- a puppy. Zuckerberg, 26, and his girlfriend Priscilla Chan created a Facebook profile for their new dog, "Beast."

Billionaire Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced his latest acquisition -- a puppy.

Zuckerberg, 26, and his girlfriend Priscilla Chan created a Facebook profile for their new dog, "Beast."

Born on January 10 in Grants Pass, Oregon, Beast is a Puli, a type of Hungarian sheepdog, and is "extremely cute," according to the profile.

Beast's "Personal Interests" are listed as "cuddling, loving and eating."

Beast's latest status update? "Just learned how to climb stairs. I'm such a champion."

Zuckerberg and Chan also posted a series of pictures of Beast on the page at facebook.com/beast.the.dog.

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