'Duck Dynasty' Family Welcomes New Puppy Gizmo

PHOTO: Jessica Robertson posted this photo on Twitter with this caption, "Jep & Lily Lulu playing with our new pup Gizmo. @JepDuckman", Jan. 4 2014.

Just because they hunt ducks, doesn't mean they don't love other animals, including furry friends.

The "Duck Dynasty" clan just expanded its family with an aodrable new dog named Gizmo.

Jep Robertson, the youngest son of the sometimes controversial Phil Robertson, posed for a pic alongside his 11-year-old daughter Lily with the cute pooch.

Read: A&E Says Phil Robertson to Return to 'Duck Dynasty'

Jep's wife Jessica Robertson tweeted the pic with the caption, "Jep & Lily Lulu playing with our new pup Gizmo."

Gizmo is a white and brown cutie and Lily looks extremely happy about her new furry brother.

The new addition comes after Phil Robertson was just reinstated by A&E after a short suspension for making anti-gay remarks during an interview with GQ magazine.

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"After discussions with the Robertson family, as well as consulting with numerous advocacy groups, A&E has decided to resume filming 'Duck Dynasty' later this spring with the entire Robertson family," the network said via release last month.

A&E is a joint venture of Hearst Corp. and The Walt Disney Co., which owns ABC and this website.

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