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Glenn Hughes' Pets

Does Glenn Hughes Have Any Pets?

"Yes. Gabi and I don’t have any children, so the multiple dogs and cats we have are our children. We donate generously to three or four animal shelters and rescues around America each year. It’s part of what we do. I’m so absolutely behind the rescue of animals. Most of our animals have been rescued."
Glenn Hughes' pet Mac

Mac (Dog)

Breed: English Setter

Glenn Hughes had an English setter named Mac that was shot and left in the field. Mac had to have his leg amputated and Glenn Hughes adopted him after they rescued him.

Glenn Hughes' pet Rescue Dogs

Rescue Dogs (Dog)


Glenn Hughes and his wife have been actively rescuing dogs over the year.

“My wife is always bringing dogs home, but we’re only allowed three dogs per household in California. We’ll probably (eventually) have to move to a ranch like the Osbournes. That way we could have multiple animals. We could do a whole interview on this, Mitch. I absolutely love rescuing animals and I love people that love animals. I like to stay in hotels where we can bring our animals and I’ve found a few. Love love animals…”

Glenn Hughes

Glenn Hughes Pets


August 21, 1951 (72)

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Glenn Hughes is a British musician and songwriter who has been active in the music industry for more than five decades. He is best known for his work as a bassist and vocalist for various hard rock bands, including Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, and Trapeze. Over the years, he has collaborated with numerous other artists and celebrities, making a significant impact on the world of music.

Hughes’ career began in the late 1960s when he formed the band Trapeze with fellow musicians. They released several albums throughout the 1970s and developed a loyal fanbase. Hughes was then recruited by Deep Purple in the mid-1970s to replace Roger Glover as the band’s bassist and vocalist. During his time with Deep Purple, Hughes recorded several albums and became known for his powerful vocals and dynamic bass playing.

In the 1980s, Hughes continued to work as a solo artist and collaborated with other musicians, including Pat Travers, Gary Moore, and Black Sabbath. He also released several solo albums that showcased his versatility and range as a musician. In the 1990s and 2000s, he continued to record and tour, releasing albums with various bands and as a solo artist.