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Neil Patrick Harris kisses and comforts his French bulldog Spike after the pup broke his toe'

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Neil Patrick Harris was seen kissing and comforting his beloved dog Spike after the pup injured himself.On Friday, the 48-year-old actor shared a video to Instagram in which Spike perched on his lap with one of his legs in a cast.'Spike broke his toe,' the How I Met Your Mother star revealed as he laid back in a chair for the clip, which he captioned 'Poor Spike..!' Sweet:Neil Patrick Harris was seen kissing and comforting his beloved dog Spike after the pup injured himselfNeil continued, 'He's in a little cast for four weeks.' He began kissing the pooch on the chest as the French bulldogrested his paws on the Broadway performer's shoulders.'I'm sorry, I hope it doesn't snow,' the two-time Golden Globe Award winner told Spike.

Poor pup: On Friday, the 48-year-old actor shared a video to Instagram in which Spike perched on his lap with one of his legs in a cast 'Spike broke his toe:' The How I Met Your Mother star laid back in a chair for the clip, which he captioned 'Poor Spike..!'When Spike turned his head to the side, Neil looked over and said 'Who's that?'The New Mexico native continued kissing Spike and making blowing noises as he buried his face in the pooch's chest.'You're like a French horn, a French bulldog horn', he joked.Spike wore a bright yellow cast that had a neon green dog bone pattern on his front left leg.

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