Chicago Fire star pays tribute to Firehouse dog Tuesday after she passes away

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Chicago Fire spoilers follow.

Chicago Fire's beloved Firehouse dog Tuesday has died just before the airing of the season 10 finale.

Tuesday's trainer Christine Mahaney announced the sad news on social media.

"As Tuesday's trainer this may be the most difficult post I ever make," she wrote. "With the season 10 finale also comes Tuesday's last episode on Chicago Fire.

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"It breaks my heart to share that Tuesday passed away on Sunday, May 22, due to unforeseen kidney issues.

"The love from you, Tuesday's fans, over the past 4 years has been immense."

"Allowing her into your homes and hearts will forever be cherished. Tuesday loved working on set and being a part of the Chicago Fire family," she added.

"Her tail never stopped wagging. She truly was very special."

The Dalmatian joined the show in season 7 when Darren Ritter, played by Daniel Kyri, introduced her to the firehouse.

Kyri shared a sweet tribute to the canine on his Instagram.

"Heartbroken to learn my little buddy is gone," he wrote alongside a picture of them together.

"Sending all my love to her trainer today.

"I got to spend time with her on set & do all the fun stuff but you took care of her when the cameras weren't rolling. Love you Tues!"

Photo credit: NBC
Photo credit: NBC

Chicago Fire's season 10 finale was a dramatic one with Kelly Severide finally marrying Stella Kidd.

Severide's best friend Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer) returned for the occasion, but it didn't run smoothly.

The happy couple found out at the last minute that their wedding venue had been double booked and they had nowhere to wed.

Thankfully, best man Casey saved the day, finding a ship captain to marry the couple on a boat.

The episode also ended on a big cliffhanger, with season 11 set to air later this year.

Chicago Fire airs on NBC in the US and on Sky Witness in the UK.

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