The Rock Sends Out A Powerful And Important Message All Dog Owners Will Want To Hear

Written by Carly Walker
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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson had to put down his French Bulldog puppy Brutus, just weeks after he and his longterm girlfriend Lauren Hashian rescued the dog. Brutus was out in their backyard and ate a mushroom that was unknowingly poisonous.

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He posted a photo of himself holding Brutus on life support and wrote ‘Another reminder we have to live and love as greatly as we can today, because tomorrow is never guaranteed. At approximately 11:15pm last night myself and @laurenhashianofficial had to make the painful decision to end Brutus' suffering by taking him off of life support and sending his soul to pup heaven. I held his lil' paw as he was finally at peace.’

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He added ‘As all puppies and dogs do, he ate a mushroom while playing outside with his brother Hobbs. This mushroom happened to have a lethal toxicity and within hours it was rapidly destroying his liver and immune system to the point of no return.’

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He had an important message for dog owners saying ‘I encourage all of you out there to be mindful of mushrooms in your yards, parks or anywhere outside your dogs play. What looks innocent, can be deadly to your lil' family members.’

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He added ‘As all puppies and dogs do, he ate a mushroom while playing outside with his brother Hobbs. This mushroom happened to have a lethal toxicity and within hours it was rapidly destroying his liver and immune system to the point of no return.’

He had an important message for dog owners saying ‘I encourage all of you out there to be mindful of mushrooms in your yards, parks or anywhere outside your dogs play. What looks innocent, can be deadly to your lil' family members.’

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