Instafamous dog Chloe the Mini Frenchie has died

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Instafamous pup and very good dog Chloe the Mini Frenchie has died, Chloe’s human, Loni Edwards, announced via Instagram on Wednesday.

“She was an incredible pup and we’re going to miss her so, so much, ” she wrote.

According to the post, Chloe was recuperating well from a routine procedure on Wednesday, and was being held overnight for “observation and extra safety.” While at the animal hospital, a mistake was allegedly built with an oxygen mask, which led to lung injury and set the poorest of the poor pup into cardiac arrest.


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“The staff there erroneously directly affixed the oxygen to her, the pressure of which blew out her lungs, lead to multiple cardiac arrests and ultimately killed her. She fought so, so hard to stay with us, but the fatal correct was simply too much for our little nugget to overcome, ” the post reads.

The Blue Pearl Vet in Manhattan was unable to immediately respond to Mashable’s request for comment and additional questions.

Chloe’s petite size and adorable nature launched her to internet renown in recent years, amassing over 179,000 Instagram followers, and a Facebook page with 53,759 likes. While her small size( Chloe was about half the size of a normal French bulldog) constructed her unique from the plethora of Instagram bird-dogs out there, Edwards often garmented her pooch in adorable attires and costumes.

cupcakes in bed because #birthdaymonth enjoying @petsmart’s new birthday collect now available at #PetSmart+! #ad #birthday

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Chloe was just 4 years old, and lived in New York City where she often worked with various style brands. According to Chloe’s website, the pup applied her celebrity status working in cooperation with charities and benefits, including puppy handbags that hold poop suitcases and a luxury scarf line, both of which went to benefit the Humane Society of NY.

Chloe The Mini Frenchie and owned Loni attend Paul Frank Industries Kid’s Show at Hudson Mercantile on September 10, 2015 in New York City.

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Chloe was slated to appear at PetCon next month in New York City.

Given the suddenness of Chloe’s passing, fans were upset while mourning the loss on social media.

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