The comedian broke the sad news by sharing a sweet snap of the pup.‘Today we said goodbye to our lovely rescue dog Banjar,’ he wrote. ‘Farewell old friend. Sleep well.’ Fans were quick to send supportive messages, with one writing: ‘Oh nooo, so sorry Bill. You and your family will have given him the very best of lives, this is a certainty. Hope you are able to take comfort from that.’
Another said: ‘So very sorry for you all. You gave him a wonderful life and you were so lucky to have found each other. Hope you are ok. Sleep tight pal x’.Previously chatting about his pups, Bill told Crufts in 2015: ‘We’ve got five dogs, and they’re rescue dogs.
‘So they’re all a bit of a mixed bag, but they’re fantastic pets. And, because they’re rescue dogs, they’ve all got their own issues, because they’ve lived on the street.
‘That’s when you have to manage them a little bit, perhaps a bit more so than ordinary domesticated dogs. But other than that, they’re great fun.’
Most recently, the 55-year-old has been impressing viewers as he takes to the Strictly ballroom with his partner Oti Mabuse, and he’s clearly become the dark horse of the competition.He’s now a firm favourite to win the series , flying ahead of Maisie Smith and HRVY, who were previous favourites.
Make Your Own Elevated Food Bowl. You can make your own elevated pet food bowl with an $8 table from Ikea. Elevated food bowls make eating easier on dogs with arthritis and joint problems since they won’t have to bend down as much.
However, fans shouldn’t be too surprised at his dancing prowess as he revealed he took dance classes during his childhood.The Mirror states an extract from his book, Bill Bailey’s Remarkable Guide to Happiness, read: ‘When I was a teenager I had ballroom dancing lessons.
‘There was a dance school across the road from our house and I learned the waltz, the foxtrot and the quickstep.‘The teacher was a tiny, petite woman with a huge passion for The Dance.
‘It was a marvellous and quite surreal experience to whirl around a dance hall with this ball of terpsichorean energy. Bless her and all those she must have enlightened to her world.’
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Pitter patter. A large breed dog’s resting heart beats between 60 and 100 times per minute, and a small dog breed’s heart beats between 100-140. Comparatively, a resting human heart beats 60-100 times per minute.