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Kyle Richards Weighs In On The Dog Drama; Says “A Misconstrued Story Like This Can Be Extremely Damaging”

Kyle Richards is sharing her thoughts on this week's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Kyle weighs in on dog drama between Lisa Vanderpump and Dorit Kemsley courtesy via her Bravo blog.

"When Lucy Lucy Apple Juicy (try not to laugh when saying that) comes up, the mood automatically shifts. Here’s the problem: As an animal lover, your first instinct is to be upset. However, we have to keep in mind that Dorit did what she thought was best for her children. And as LVP states herself, she had no ill intent. I LOVE my dogs SO MUCH, but my children’s safety will always come first. Period. End of story," she wrote.

She continued: "When Dorit called Lisa to tell her what happened and that she had to find a new home for the dog, Lisa seemingly understood Dorit’s position and never asked for the dog to be returned to her or Vanderpump Dogs. To me, that indicates that Lisa V was OK with the dog going to a new home at that time, which makes sense. There are a lot of dogs that need homes, and it’s not always easy to find the right fit."

"It only became an issue when the dog was left at a shelter by the woman that Dorit thought was giving the dog a good home. It's safe to say that everyone was blindsided by that. Now, the issue has become more about why we all found out about this in the first place. If Lisa knew that Dorit had no ill intent, then it should have been a private matter."

She added: "The people at Vanderpump Dogs speak to Lisa daily. She certainly told them Dorit’s story and explained that she had no bad intentions. That’s her good friend. So why bring the dog out? Why have it there? Why ask me if I recognize the dog? Plus, we all know that a misconstrued story like this can be extremely damaging."

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