A devastated owner got her dead dog’s ashes tattooed on her arm.
Robyn Moscrop, 27, was so upset when her bull terrier Bronson died that she decided to commemorate him in ink.
Bronson died unexpectedly last year at the age of just three.
Real estate agent Robyn was heartbroken over the loss of her “baby,” so she decided to get a permanent reminder of him on her upper left arm.
His ashes were mixed with ink and tattoo artist friend George Ricketts, 28, created the design from a portrait of the pooch.
Robyn, from Birmingham, said: “Having his ashes with me means he will always be with me no matter what.
“It’s not something I can lose or misplace, it’s always there.
“It was really emotional to see when it was finished, I cried. Sometimes I talk to him, the tattoo, like I’m talking to him.
“It was a bit of a closure that I was like, ‘He’s always with his mom now.’
I can look down to see him and he will never be forgotten because he is with me all my life.”
Robyn had Bronson for about two and a half years before he died in July last year and the tattoo lasted eight hours last December.
She has now adopted another bull terrier, two-year-old Alabama.
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