Beverley Callard is “broken-hearted” following the death of her pet dog Trevor.
The 61-year-old actress – who is best known for portraying Liz McDonald in Coronation Street – has had a rough week after she had to say farewell to her beloved Corrie canine Trev who went to doggy heaven on Tuesday evening (30.01.19).
Beverley had to make the painful decision to have her mutt mate put to sleep by the vet but although she is grieving now she knows it was the right thing to do.
Very sad day today our beautiful Trev had to be put to sleep, broken hearted but it was the right thing to do x pic.twitter.com/AsaoIgoppv
— Beverley Callard (@Beverleycallard) January 29, 2019
Posting a photo tribute to English bull terrier Trev on Twitter, she wrote: “Very sad day today our beautiful Trev had to be put to sleep, broken hearted but it was the right thing to do x”
Since tweeting the news, Beverley has been inundated with messages from her friends and loyal fans with messages of support.
One Twitter follower who sent her condolences was her Corrie co-star Kate Ford – who plays Weatherfield vixen Tracy McDonald, Liz’s daughter-in-law, in the ITV soap – wrote: “Sad news, love to you x”
Bev adopted Trev from an animal charity in 2011 after deciding she had to give the dog a home after learning about his harrowing start in life.
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Speaking previously about her late four-legged friend, she said: “He had been stabbed, he had had both his hips broken with a baseball bat.
“He was in a really bad way, and apparently it took them about eight months to make him better.
“We gave him a home and he is just the softest boy in the whole world.”
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