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Twitter Mourns Death of Halo, the Watermelon Smile Dog Behind its 'Thoughts of Dog' Page

Halo, aged 9 passed away surrounded by her loved ones. Fans are heartbroken at the news and are praying for her departed soul

Twitter Mourns Death of Halo, the Watermelon Smile Dog Behind its Thoughts of Dog Page

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  11 May 2021 1:09 PM GMT

Every dog is a source of love and pet owners and animal lovers can relate to the pain of the passing away of a furry friend. For long enough dogs have proven to be the best of companions and a ray of home in our mundane lives. When life is grey they have a solemn power to make it colourful. So was the case of Halo, who had radiated love through the very famous picture of hers with a piece of watermelon in her mouth and a lovely smile.

Fans of Halo are shattered after her demise. She passed away surrounded by her family at the age of 9.

Her famous smiling picture was the display picture of the Twitter handle 'Thoughts of Dog' for many years. The account runs to give a voice to dogs and share their thoughts.
Her picture was submitted to their sister account 'We rate dogs' in the year 2016 and was featured. Further the admin of the account 'Thoughts of Dog' added that Halo's picture was unique and entertaining and said it radiates pure bliss. The admin was convinced to put her photo on the account and believed it would bring out the essence of dogs. And soon enough, she was the famous Watermelon Smile Dog and was known for her iconic smile.

Halo's family officially declared her demise on Sunday and said she didn't suffer a moment and passed away peacefully around her loved ones.
The Twitter account went to say that with due permission of her family Halo will remain in the profile picture of the account and will continue to live on with every post of theirs.
Fans of Halo took to her their social media handles and expressed their profound grief at her passing. They wrote goodbye notes for her and prayed for her departed soul.

The admin had rightly said, "Remember, it's okay to cry over a good dog every once in a while".

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