Megan Gale's four-legged best friend has sadly passed away, with the Aussie model taking to Instagram to pay tribute. Sharing some sweet snaps of her late dog Bosco, Megan shared the lasting impact her late dog, Bosco had on herself and her family.
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Taking to Instagram to let her fans, friends and family know of the devastating loss, she wrote: "A few weeks ago we said goodbye to our dear sweet Bosco."
"It’s taken a little while to get over losing him and get used to the fact that he’s gone. He was such a beautiful energy in our household and a huge part of our little family. Sadly he became very unwell, very quickly with cancer and it was quite far gone by the time we found out. Knowing how tough he was, he was likely living in discomfort for some time without showing any outward signs of it at all."
''Saying goodbye to this gentle, loyal and affectionate pup was absolutely heartbreaking but we are so grateful for the 10 years we had with him.'
Bosco with her son, River.
''It’s taken a little while to get over losing him and get used to the fact that he’s gone. He was such a beautiful energy in our household and a huge part of our little family.''
What a good boy.
Megan Gale has recently stepped back into the spotlight after a 15-year hiatus on the David Jones AW2023 Runway.
Even though she told 9 Honey how ''nervous'' she was, Megan absolutely rocked the catwalk.
Megan Gale's partner, Shaun Hampson, also took to Instagram to remind fans about the importance of cherishing moments with your pets.
''Cuddle your dog, take them for a walk, throw them the ball, cuddle them again, give them a treat, and repeat. They are the best.''