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Harry Redknapp has been left totally devastated after announcing his beloved dog Lulu has died just days before Christmas.
The former football manager and his wife Sandra lost the 11-year-old on Sunday.
The I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here winner told fans his "lovely" Lula passed away at the weekend and the family are heartbroken.
It came a year after the dog's sibling Barney nearly died after eating Christmas cake which had been left unattended at their Sandbanks home.
Harry said the pooch would "forever" be in their hearts in a sweet Instagram tribute after sharing the shattering news.
He wrote: "We are very sad to have lost our lovely Lulu on Sunday morning.
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"11 and a half years of love, lots of cuddles and walks (Which was Lulus favourite thing to do) Forever in mine, Sandra’s and Barney’s hearts."
Christmas won't be the same for the Redknapps – and they almost lost Barney during 2019's celebrations.
He ate the cake which including currants, which are poisonous to dogs.
Harry urged all fellow pooch owners to be careful and to swot up on what dogs must avoid after coming close to losing him 12 months ago.
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The former Spurs boss told The Sun last December: "Barney's a bit of a boy, so Barney's ate the Christmas cake.
"So we take him to the vet, and they have to pump its stomach, because currants, that would kill them, they would die.
"It would have killed him. So poor Lulu, who hasn't eaten any, they pumped her stomach just in case she'd ate some, and no one knew, and she hasn't even done nothing wrong really, but she had to suffer as well.
"A dog is not only for Christmas. A dog is for life.
"Barney was good after that. No more Christmas cake for Barney. Oh, they would kill him, those raisins."
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