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I was recently left in mourning when it was declared that Pudsey, a star in Britain's Gott Talent has lost his life after a battle with leukemia. Watching the owner and half of his adorable double act, Ashley Butler proves that the loss is still very fresh as she burst into tears during an appearance on this Monday morning. Ashleigh struggles to fight back the tears as she discussed the deceased dog with hosts Ruth Angsford and Eamon Holmes.

It is true dogs are unique animals that can instantly become part of our family. If you have had your dog any time at all, you are no doubt well aware of this fact. It is the continuing domestication of dogs that make them more and more adaptable to living the family lifestyle with each passing generation of the dog. This correlation between dogs culture and human culture is very strong.

Pudsey became a household name thanks to his dancing skills on BGT, that make it possible for him to perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance in 2012, causing Simon Cowell to announce, "This is what I've been waiting for all my life".

What really gets my emotion is the following lines from his owner Ashleigh Butler, "I can't honestly believe I am writing these words. My handsome man has gone, and I don't know what to do without him.

"I don't know how I'm going to get through this, my heart is broken. It pains so much, that my handsome, incredible Pudsey Bear will never be by my side, where he belongs, again.

"We only had 11 years together, but those were the best years ever. He was my one in a billion dog that will never be replaced."

She added: "I don't need to write all of his endless accomplishments on here to prove how incredible he was for me. "Sleep tight my handsome man, I love you lots."

Sleep tight guy, we all love you, the memory of your act remain with us. Enjoy some of Pudsey best moment!

Ashleigh Tears for her dog - Pudsey the Britain's Got Talent 2012 winner.

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I was recently left in mourning when it was declared that Pudsey, a star in Britain's Gott Talent has lost his life after a battle with leukemia. Watching the owner and half of his adorable double act, Ashley Butler proves that the loss is still very fresh as she burst into tears during an appearance on this Monday morning. Ashleigh struggles to fight back the tears as she discussed the deceased dog with hosts Ruth Angsford and Eamon Holmes.

It is true dogs are unique animals that can instantly become part of our family. If you have had your dog any time at all, you are no doubt well aware of this fact. It is the continuing domestication of dogs that make them more and more adaptable to living the family lifestyle with each passing generation of the dog. This correlation between dogs culture and human culture is very strong.

Pudsey became a household name thanks to his dancing skills on BGT, that make it possible for him to perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance in 2012, causing Simon Cowell to announce, "This is what I've been waiting for all my life".

What really gets my emotion is the following lines from his owner Ashleigh Butler, "I can't honestly believe I am writing these words. My handsome man has gone, and I don't know what to do without him.

"I don't know how I'm going to get through this, my heart is broken. It pains so much, that my handsome, incredible Pudsey Bear will never be by my side, where he belongs, again.

"We only had 11 years together, but those were the best years ever. He was my one in a billion dog that will never be replaced."

She added: "I don't need to write all of his endless accomplishments on here to prove how incredible he was for me. "Sleep tight my handsome man, I love you lots."

Sleep tight guy, we all love you, the memory of your act remain with us. Enjoy some of Pudsey best moment!

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