Mazal tov: Jason Biggs celebrates pooch's 13th with 'bark mitzvah'

Biggs and his wife slightly Instagram-happy as they celebrate their puppy Teet's transition into manhood (or doghood).

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February 3, 2014 15:46
Jason Biggs' dog

Jason Biggs' dog. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Have you ever seen a kippa small enough for a pooch?

Everyone's favorite American Pie actor Jason Biggs, often associated with beer cans and half-naked women, has invested in something a bit more traditional to celebrate his pooch's thirteenth birthday: A "bark mitzvah."

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That's right, Biggs and his wife Jenny Mollen got slightly Instagram-happy as they celebrated their puppy Teet's transition into manhood (or doghood), with a bar mitzvah ceremony at the Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, California. Teet probably didn't read a Torah portion, however the event included Jewish head wear specifically made for the canine guest of honor.



Mollen's Instagram account of the religious ceremony included a candle-lighting ceremony, as well as a traditional Jewish challah.





Mollen also posted a photo of Teet traveling the world in his Jewish attire. The trip was presumably a bark mitzvah gift.

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