Alesha Dixon shares a heartfelt tribute as her beloved rescue dog Daisy dies

‘i will love you forever!’ Alesha Dixon shares a heartfelt tribute as her beloved rescue dog Daisy dies

Alicia Dixon Daisy’s beloved rescue dog has died.

Britain’s Got Talent judge, who has had her pet dog for the past 13 years, took to Instagram on Tuesday morning to share the heartbreaking news.

Alisha, 43, posted a photo of herself next to Pointer Daisy: ‘I’ll Love You Forever Daisy’, while sharing bouncy photos of the dog as a puppy to her Instagram story.

Devastated: Alicia Dixon, 43, took to Instagram Tuesday morning to share the heartbreaking news of the death of her beloved dog Daisy.

Devastated: Alicia Dixon, 43, took to Instagram Tuesday morning to share the heartbreaking news of the death of her beloved dog Daisy.

Next to one shot of her dog in her first year of life, she wrote: “13 years of loving you. My beautiful Daisy.

The mother of two — who shares daughters Azura, eight, and Anaya, two, with husband Azuka Onui, 41 — has previously spoken fondly of her dogs.

Alisha — who also has two male roosters, Rosie and Prince — told the guard how she enjoyed family walks in the woods with her three rescue dogs during the coronavirus lockdowns.

“When the weather is nice,” she said, “we like to go into the woods with the three rescue dogs.” Obviously dogs still need to walk when it’s raining, but we’re not that fast to get out of the house at that time.

Daisy: British talent judge also included a shot of Pointer Daisy as a puppy, holding a flower in her mouth

Daisy: British talent judge also included a shot of Pointer Daisy as a puppy, holding a flower in her mouth

If I could click my fingers and go anywhere it would be Cornwall watching the dogs running in and out of the sea on a beautiful beach. I love the ocean.

In 2013, Alisha admitted that she had always been fond of dogs, when she talked about visiting a zoo to help free three young European brown bears, who were living in poor conditions.

She told the Daily Record: ‘I’ve always been a dog lover and this has always been my main focus.

Heartbroken: Alongside one shot of her dog in her first year of life, she wrote:

Heartbroken: Next to one shot of her dog in her first year of life, she wrote: “13 years of loving you. My beautiful Daisy

It has made me open about other animals and what they are going through and it just broke your heart because once you start looking at it, it never ends. You never feel like you can do enough.

Romania was really shocking. I was expecting it to be bad but it was much worse when I got there.

“These bears have been living there their whole lives, some 20 years, in cages you can barely swing a cat in without anything like a tire to chew on or any fresh water.”

Support: Alisha also has two male roosters, Rosie and Prince (pictured in 2016 for a campaign against the China Dog Meat Festival)

Support: Alisha also has two male roosters, Rosie and Prince (pictured in 2016 for a campaign against the China Dog Meat Festival)

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