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Jason Kelce's Pets

Does Jason Kelce Have Any Pets?

Winnie and Baloo (Dog)

Breed: Irish Wolfhound | Adopted Jan 2017

Kylie and Jason Kelce have two big dogs named Winnie and Baloo, weighing around 120 pounds each. They’re both Irish Wolfhounds and named after two famous fictional bears. They got Winnie in early 2017 and Baloo in July 2018. Winnie sadly passed away in March 2024 at seven years old.

Belle (Dog)

Adopted 1994

Jason and Travis Kelce’s first dog was named Belle, who they got in 1995. Belle was named after his family’s favorite baseball player, Albert Belle of the Cleveland Indians. You can catch a glimpse of their pup in their home videos included in the video below.

Jason Kelce's pet Childhood Cats

Childhood Cats (Cat)

While they currently only have dogs, Jason and Travis Kelce’s first pets were cats. When they were really young, Jason and Travis Kelce had several pet cats, before they were allowed their first dog. Travis said their main kitten was Flash, named after the comic book character due to his impressive speed.

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Cat (pending)

Adopted 2024

While currently not sold on getting one, Jason Kelce pretty much already has a pet cat – It’s just up to when his wife Kylie brings one home.

Jason Kelce

Jason Kelce Pets


November 5, 1987 (36)


Kylie Kelce

(2018 - )

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Jason Kelce is a retired American football center, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles. He was drafted by the Eagles in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft and won the Super Bowl with them in 2017. His brother is Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and his wife is Kylie Kelce.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Kelce attended Cleveland Heights High School, where he played high school football and was named All-State as a senior. He attended the University of Cincinnati, where he started all 50 games of his college career.

The Eagles selected Kelce in the sixth round (191st overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft. He was the first center that the Eagles drafted since Hank Fraley in 2000. Kelce started all 16 games in his rookie season and was named to the PFWA All-Rookie Team. In 2013, he was selected to the Pro Bowl, becoming the first Eagles center to make the Pro Bowl since Barnes in 1973. He was again selected to the Pro Bowl in 2017, and was named a first-team All-Pro.

Kelce has built a remarkable camaraderie not just within his team, but also with various figures in the sports world and beyond. Teammates like Carson Wentz and Fletcher Cox, rival players such as Russell Wilson and Aaron Donald, and even coaches like Doug Pederson and Andy Reid, have publicly lauded his work ethic and leadership. Additionally, Kelce’s bond extends to the world of philanthropy where he’s worked alongside individuals like Malcolm Jenkins, Zach Ertz, and Chris Long in initiatives to better their communities. His brother is Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

Throughout his illustrious career, Kelce has amassed a variety of distinctions. He’s a Super Bowl champion, a three-time First-team All-Pro, and a four-time Pro Bowl selection. One of his most memorable moments came in 2018 when he delivered a passionate, colorful speech at the Eagles’ Super Bowl parade, wearing a mummer’s costume, which became an iconic part of Philadelphia’s sports lore.