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Charlie Puth mourns death of his dog Brady at 15: 'His tiny spirit lingers on'

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Charlie Puth took to Instagram to announce the death of his beloved dog, a King Charles Cavalier named Brady, who passed away at age 15 on Wednesday night.The four-time Grammy nominee, 30, paid tribute to his adorable pup by sharing an image of himself in the swimming pool alongsideBrady, who could be seen at the edge waiting to be pet by the star.'Brady the King Charles Cavalier moved on to puppy heaven last night after spending an amazing 15 years here on earth!' he wrote in the caption alongside an adorable picture of himself and his adorable pup hanging out together by a pool.

Devastating news: Charlie Puth took to Instagram to announce the death of his beloved King Charles Cavalier Brady, who passed away at age 15 on Wednesday nightHe continued: 'And although he physically won't be here anymore, his tiny spirit lingers on and I can't wait to catch glimpses of that.' TheLight Switch hitmaker concluded his heartfelt tribute to his beloved pooch by writing: 'I shall see you again someday tiny dog.'Thesinger-songwriter's postsparked an outpouring of support from across the country from his friends, fans and family, who were saddened by the news.

Grieving: The Light Switch hitmaker concluded his heartfelt tribute to his beloved pooch by writing: 'I shall see you again someday tiny dog' (pictured in March 2022) Grieving: While Patrick Schwarzenegger commented two heart emojis, OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder dropped a few crying face emojisWhilePatrick Schwarzenegger commented two red heart emojis, OneRepublic frontmanRyan Tedder dropped a few crying face emojis.'Loved that dog so sorry Charlie,' Gabriella Symon wrote. 'Forever in our hearts tiny dog.'His mother, Debra, added: 'Pink paws original doglet.

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