Olivia Attwood has revealed her beloved dog Pebbles has died.
The reality star, who appeared on Love Island back in 2018, shared the heartbreaking news on her Instagram Stories on Tuesday night.
She wrote: “Last night we lost our darling pebbles. She truly was a one of a kind little weirdo who brought so much happiness and laughter into all of our lives.”
The 30-year-old continued: “So much personality in a tiny package. She had the best life and lived it to the fullest every day, even with her declining health this past month.”
“We will miss you forever. Thank you for choosing us as your family. Sleep tight angel girl🤍🕊.”
Olivia’s mother Jennifer also paid tribute to their Chihuahua.
She wrote: “Last night we had to put our beloved Chihuahua to sleep. Pebbles was a strange little dog, aloof, bossy and vocal!”
“But she was the most lovable and affectionate little dog. Insatiably greedy she loved to retrieve and play with her toys almost to the end.”
“She loved her buggy which meant that she could go on long walks with our other Chihuahua popping in and out for a meander.”
Jennifer continued: “She was the cutest and so loved and we will all miss her terribly 💔💔💔.”
Olivia reshared her mother’s post to her story, adding: “Will never forget you and your pram.”
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It comes after Olivia and her fiancé Bradley Dack adopted a rescue pup back in April.
Sharing photos of herself and their new fur baby, Olivia wrote: “I think I have made you all wait long enough… Meet….Lola.”
“Brad and I have waited years to get a dog, and I can’t believe she’s actually here and she’s ours.”
“And what I can believe even less is that we get to have this beautiful dog as part of our family because someone else deemed her not worthy of being in theirs.”
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“We think she is a carpathian / German Shepard dog mix. 5ish months old. Lola and her siblings were found crying in the snow on New Year’s Day in Romania. After being dumped,” she wrote.
“Luckily the incredible @carefordogsro managed to find them just in time and got straight to work with @thepackprojectuk to try turn their fate around.”
Olivia explained: “I had been speaking to the absolute wonder women Laura Walker – founder of the @thepackprojectuk, about an older dog that was looking for a home – we both decided that possibly our home wasn’t right for that particular dog – and then Laura mentioned Lola – she sent a couple of pics over and I fell completely in love.”
“The following weeks took lots of planning and unimaginable work from @thepackprojectuk to get Lola and so many other dogs to Uk to start their new lives, the ones they deserve.”
“Ok I’ll stop now – but now you are officially in a dog spam danger zone – you have been warned,” she joked.
“And I’ll be on my stories soon sharing lots more about the @thepackprojectuk , and our reality of getting Lola to settle into her first home experience and answering any questions you have 🐶 #AdoptDontShop.”