Julianne Hough dogs death happened September 28, 2019. Julianne Hough dogs cause of death is not public at this time.
Read the heartbreaking tribute Jul just shared on Instagram to release her dogs, two adorable Cavalier pups named Lexi and Harley, after their death:
Pure love is real, it existed through us. My heart expanded and felt the truth of what is possible. I am forever grateful.
Thank you for your love.
Thank you for being my babies, my daughters. Thank you for choosing me. Thank you for teaching me how to be your mother. Thank you for allowing me to give and receive love.
Thank you for your kisses. Thank you for your blessings every single minute of every single day.
Thank you for your souls. Thank you for protecting me. Thank you for letting me protect you. Thank you for protecting each other. Thank you for the timeless memories. Thank you for your magic.
Thank you for being the most consistent and constant beings in my life. Thank you for being you.
Thank you for being my guardians on this earth and even more so now.
I’ve never experienced a love like ours.
I miss you
I love you forever
Now You Are Free
July 21 2008 – September 28 2019
March 28 2011 – September 28 2019
Julianne Hough dogs death: Julianne Hough dogs cause of death
Professional dancer, Julianne adopted her first rescue pup, Lexi and in an interview in 2009 said she would be so lonely without her dogs. She told Modern Dog:
“When I was on tour with [singer] Brad Paisley, he had a Cavalier King Charles and I fell in love with the breed. My sister was also looking for a dog, and [the breeder] told me that they had a runt from the litter, but they didn’t know if I would want a runt.
They sent me photos and I loved her. Her name was Princess, but I didn’t love that name.
My middle name is Alexandra, so I came up with Lexi. I would be so lonely without her. She is my saviour.”
A few years later, she adopted her second pup, Harley and said in another interview:
“My girls have very strong, distinct personalities. Lexi’s the active, social one while Harley likes to chill.
We always say Lexi is human because she can sense emotions — if you’re upset, she will snuggle and comfort you.”
“As almost any dog owner knows, they don’t call them ‘woman’s best friend’ for nothing. These pups have been with me through everything.
They listen to my rants, know when I need to cuddle, and laugh at all my jokes (I mean, I can tell they’re laughing on the inside).
Between the three of us, we make the perfect squad.”
Please say a prayer for Jul.