'Full House' cast reunites in new music video celebrating National Dog Week


The Tanners are spreading the puppy love.

The cast of “Full House” reunited for a music video in support of animal welfare in honor of National Dog Week.

John Stamos, Bob Saget, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber and Dave Coulier all appear in the clip alongside “Full House” creator Jeff Franklin, who wrote the original song “Gotta Love a Golden.”

The co-stars are billed as The Full Dog-House and sing about the joys of golden retrievers.

Franklin gathered the actors for the charity single and video, which aims to raise awareness and fight animal homelessness in partnership with PetSmart Charities.

The cast all shot their sing-a-long parts virtually over Zoom.

"It turns out that the 33rd anniversary of Full House and National Dog Week are happening at the same time," Franklin told "Entertainment Tonight." "I called up the cast to see if they would be good sports and play along and everybody was up for it."

While fans will love seeing the Tanner clan crooning, the real stars of the clip are Franklin’s two golden retrievers, Woody and Lola.

“Dogs have brought so much joy into my life and it's my honor to bring awareness and raise some money for dogs who are not as fortunate as others,” Franklin added. “Dogs have a lot to teach us about love, loyalty and living in the moment. In these times we're in right now, it's great to be reminded of the joy that can be found in chasing a tennis ball."

This is the second music video starring the “Full House” cast in recent months. Earlier this year, Stamos and crew joined forces to film a hilarious parody of the show’s opening credits, entitled “Full Quarantine,” that reflected what their characters were doing while housebound during the coronavirus pandemic.

Noticeably absent from both clips were Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Michelle Tanner), who also didn’t partake in the show’s Netflix spin-off "Fuller House."

Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky) was also not included as she’s currently waiting to start her two-month prison sentence for her involvement in the college admissions scandal.

Premiering in 1987, “Full House” aired for eight seasons before signing off in 1995.

In 2016, Netflix launched a reboot of the series entitled “Fuller House.” After five seasons, the reboot ended its run in June.

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