You may have first met the extremely talented Jordyn Jones when her cover of Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” blew up. Or you may have met her on the Lifetime reality show Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition, where she turned heads with her amazing moves. No matter how you discovered her, we can all appreciate her—and her adorable adopted pups, Bentley and Simba. peta2 recently hung out with Jordyn to find out how they came into her life and why it’s so important to adopt animals from shelters and never buy them from pet stores or breeders.

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We snapped a few shots of Jordyn and her dogs hanging out and couldn’t wait to share!

The importance of caring for a life isn’t lost on Jordyn, and it shouldn’t be on you, either. Before you bring an animal into your life, you have to think carefully. She knows that no matter how busy her day gets, she still needs to take the time to make sure her dogs have fresh food and water and plenty of exercise. Jordyn also gave us some tips on taking care of pups when you have a hectic schedule and never forgetting to heap love and affection on them even after a long day.

Dogs are part of the family and need to be treated with love. Yet statistics show that, of the more than 6 million dogs and cats who enter U.S. animal shelters every year, half will be euthanized because of a lack of good homes. So if you’re ready, do your part and help save a life and adopt a shelter animal. Here’s Jordyn to lay out the rest for us:

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