Heartbroken Pete Davidson pays tribute to his beloved dog Henry: “He saved our lives” ❤️

Popular comedian and former Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson is mourning the loss of his beloved family dog, Henry, who passed away at the young age of two years old. Davidson opened up about the heartbreaking loss and shared a heartfelt tribute to the furry member of his family.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MARCH 05: Pete Davidson attends the premiere of “Big Time Adolescence” at Metrograph on March 05, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/WireImage)

Davidson shared a message on Instagram through his friend and collaborator Dave Sirius. The comedian revealed that Henry got sick suddenly and passed away. He also shared that the dog was an important part of their family and helped them get through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Davidson has been open about his struggles with drug addiction and mental health issues. He shared that Henry’s love and companionship were critical in his life, especially during dark times. He wrote that the dog was the happiest and sweetest dog ever, who would get excited and pee everywhere when he saw him.

The comedian also shared that his mother and sister are devastated by the loss and will miss Henry forever. He thanked the dog for making their lives fuller and reminded him of what matters most.

The loss of Henry comes during a busy time in Davidson’s career. His new TV show Bupkis premiered recently on Peacock, and he was scheduled to host Saturday Night Live this week. However, the episode was canceled due to the WGA writers strike.

Losing a beloved dog is never easy, especially one that has been through difficult times with us. Our hearts go out to Pete Davidson and his family during this tough time. Rest in peace, Henry.

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