Watch Hilarious moment Jason Kelce’s Irish wolfhound interrupts the latest New Heights episode – and the huge hound leaves Travis STUNNED: ‘Damn, what the f*** was that?’

Jason's Dog appearing on New Heights


Travis and Jason Kelce had an unexpected guest during the latest episode of their ‘New Heights’ podcast, one of Jason’s massive Irish wolfhounds.


Jason Kelce and His Dogs

While Travis was talking about how much he likes Chiefs teammate Drue Tranquill, one of the Kelce family’s pair of gargantuan dogs started barking just off screen of where Jason was sitting to record the episode.

To stop the commotion and continue their football talk, Jason had to go off-camera to let one of their dogs in his house.

Travis on New Heights

Then one of the wolfhounds, likely Baloo and not Winnie, comes across the screen before plopping down on the couch behind where Jason is recording.

Baloo likely gets his name from the lovable bear from the Disney animated movie ‘The Jungle Book’.

‘Do you hear this?’ Jason first said after Baloo’s interruption. ‘I gotta get this guy.’

Jason's Dog appearing on New Heights

‘He’s like “I see that motherf***er, let me out!”‘ Travis said of Baloo’s expression. ‘Oh no, he’s trying to get in. That’s what that one was.’

Then the massive Baloo pranced across the camera.

‘Goddamn, what the f*** is that?’ Travis said shocked at how big Baloo is. ‘Pet him, you gotta pet him, you cant just let him in!’

‘Oh nice he just wanted to get on that nice cool leather couch,’ Travis added. ‘He’s like “it’s hot as f*** out here dog!”‘

‘It’s not that hot out there,’ Jason retorted.

Jason has previously spoken highly of his dogs despite their massive size on social media.

In one photo shared on social media, one of the dogs can be seen reaching for a slice of pizza on its hind legs, towering over the 6-foot-3 Kelce for a chance at human food.

‘They are wonderful animals, absolutely adore mine,’ Jason posted on X, in response to a fan who asked for advice on whether to get one or not.

‘Very loving and connected with their humans. Not for everyone though. If you travel a lot, have limited amount of space, keep food on the counter, and have nice furniture, they may not be for you,’ Jason added.

‘Incredibly gentle, loyal, majestic lapdogs that hate being away from their owners,’ Jason concluded.

Winnie and Baloo made it into the Kelce family photo last year, with both dogs wearing antlers for the festive occasion.

As the Kelce brothers got back into talking football, Baloo had found a comfy spot on the couch, curled up behind Jason.