Little People Big World fur baby Murphy Roloff isn’t such a baby anymore – as he recently celebrated a birthday. So how old is the Roloff family pooch?
Little People Big World Family of Six (Including Murphy)
As Little People Big World fans know, Tori Roloff recently gave birth to baby Josiah Roloff at the end of April. And that makes this branch of the Roloff family a family of five humans plus one Bernese Mountain dog.
Meanwhile, even though Murphy Roloff is over 100 pounds, he is still very much a lap dog. And according to Little People Big World mom Tori Roloff, he gives the best cuddles. Plus, he watches over his siblings, Jackson, Lilah, and now, Josiah.
Murphy Roloff has been with the Little People Big World family since he was a pup. And viewers often comment on how adorable he is. Meanwhile, despite growing in size, according to Tori, laps are a favorite spot of his.
When Did TLC Family Bring Murphy Home?
Murphy Roloff has been part of Zach and Tori’s TLC family for some time now. As Little People Big World fans will recall, they brought Murphy home as a pup in 2018. And he has been a big part of their family ever since.
Certainly, there were rumors making the rounds that the couple gave Murphy away – and others even suggesting that he crossed the rainbow bridge. But, Tori was quick to shoot those rumors down, telling her Little People Big World fans that Murphy is alive and well – and “waiting for snacks to fall”.
In a now-deleted social media post, Tori told her followers that Murphy was in “heaven”. And because of this, many thought he had passed on. But, she later clarified that her fur baby was in “heaven” because of playing in the snow.
How Old is the ‘LPBW’ Dog?
Murphy Roloff is officially four years old. And his mama wished the happiest of birthdays to her “Murphy Durphy” – along with sharing a pic of him living his best life while at the beach.
Suffice it to say; Tori and Zach have a full house with three human babies and a fur baby. And from the looks of it, they wouldn’t have it any other way. So here’s to four happy years with Murphy Roloff – and plenty more.