Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Beloved dog who played Cheddar has died

Canine star played crucial role in several episodes of US sitcom

Jacob Stolworthy
Thursday 11 July 2019 08:51
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Police Corgi Cheddar stars in Brooklyn Nine-Nine

The dog who plays Cheddar in US sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine has died.

Stewart the corgi “peacefully” passed away after enjoying a final day with his owners and sister Stella.

His owners wrote on Instagram: “We went to the beach (his favourite place) where he frolicked in the surf and then enjoyed a picnic lunch of In & Out burgers. We relaxed in the sun and just enjoyed each other’s company.

“Our veterinarian met us there later and Stewart went to sleep peacefully in my arms while listening to the sounds of the ocean. He was a one in a million kind of dog, he was my supaah staah.”

Stewart played a crucial role in several episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine as the dog owned by Captain Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher).

He was a useful tool in the unit’s annual Halloween heists and was even the ring bearer at the wedding of Jake (Andy Samberg) and Amy (Melissa Fumero).

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