Hilary Duff Is Heartbroken After The Death Of Her Beloved Dog

February 21, 2018

Actress Hilary Duff will be playing Sharon Tate in The Haunting of Sharon Tate. The “psychological horror film” is inspired by an actual quote from the actor who was murdered by members of the Manson family in 1969.

The film is shot from Sharon’s point of view and captures the last moments leading up to her murder. This is not the first time Hilary has been in a movie based on the life of a real person.

She was chosen to feature in the 2009 Bonnie & Clyde remake that never made it off the ground.

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Duff mourns her dog

In a very sad post this week, Hilary announced that he beloved dog, Dubie, has passed away. Dubie has been with Hilary for more than a decade and was a regular feature on the actresses’ Instagram page.

On Monday, she wrote a long tribute to the dearly departed pooch on her Instagram.

I never let myself imagine what this day would look or feel like. It was us. And we were invincible.

Hilary thanked the dog for being a part of her life, even when things got rough. According to her, she would have preferred to have even a little more time with the dog before the demise. Our hearts go out to Hilary as she mourns Dubie.

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She has always been a dog lover

Hilary has had a long history with dogs. Her first dog was named Little Dog. She picked him on the street in 1988. For starters, her family shared pictures of the dog in their neighborhood, hoping to find the owner but were unsuccessful. Little Dog passed on in 2003.

The same year, Hilary helped out as a volunteer in a dog shelter. She has been active in her efforts to get support for the fight against animal cruelty. Furthermore, she also used her fame to get support or the shelter that was experiencing difficult times.

Lola was one of her favorite dogs. The Chihuahua was born in 2005 and used to travel with Hilary, especially on the road. But she never really fancied flying.

Hilary's friend, Joel Madden, also gave her a Yorkshire terrier in 2006. she named it Jack.

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