Wild Things: 11 Pets That Influenced Rock and Pop Pictures
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Jeep (Eric Clapton)
Eric Clapton's Weimaraner Jeep, famous for looking mournful on the cover of his 1975 album There's One in Every Crowd, was his first dog since childhood. At Clapton's Hurtwood courntry estate, the guitarist let Jeep and his golden retriever Sunshine both "crap in the house because we were too stoned to clear it up." And just as Clapton wrote a song about George Harrison's wife ("Layla"), Harrison wrote a song about Clapton's dog ("I Remember Jeep," on All Things Must Pass).