Dog belonging to Selma Blair has died

Actress Selma Blair’s dog dies after tragic accident

A dog belonging to actress Selma Blair has died following a tragic accident. On Thursday, the 45-year-old actress asked Instagram followers to pray for her rescued pup, “Ducky,” who was involved in some type of “terrible accident.”

💔Please say prayers for Ducky. She had a terrible accident this evening . The vet recommended ending her suffering. But when her tail wagged, I couldn’t do it. We are going ahead to try to put her body and organs back together. She is our home. We ask for this miracle. Please say a word. Arthur’s heart is broken. 🐾💔

Love and prayers were not enough to save the 13-year-old Chihuahua mix who was adopted by Blair’s family in 2015. On Friday, Blair’s Instagram account broke the devastating news:

Run with the angels. We miss you so much. So much, sweet girl. Please send us our next dog. With the spirit of you and wink. Our hearts are broken.

No word on what happened to Ducky – but she was obviously loved by her family. Run free sweet girl.

More news and updates at the National Animal News Facebook page.



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11 replies
  1. Cynthia Como says:

    Heartbreaking! Wondering what happened,it sounded pretty traumatic! Prayers to Duckys family,such a hard and devastating thing it is to lose a fur baby! ❤️RIP DUCKY❤️

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  2. Barkley's Mom says:

    Losing a dog to an unexpected accident can tear the heart out of you. My condolences to Ms Blair and her family.

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  3. Nancy Raymond says:

    I would express my sympathies but since no details on what happened seem to be posted – I am suspicious as to what sort of ‘accident’ killed Ducky.

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    • Sheri says:

      Me too , Nancy Raymond. Don’t understand posting and asking for prayers,, putting organs back in ?? Did it get attacked by another family pet?? Or “human” family members??

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  4. Sherry says:

    Sorry for this tragedy. Glad they are ready to fill their hearts with love for a new dog; since so many need good homes!

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