Lola Osbourne, the bulldog best known as Ozzy Osbourne's co-star in the hit reality series 'The Osbournes,' has died at the age of 12. Ozzy's son Jack, who seems to have been Lola's owner, broke the news last night (Feb. 21).

"Lola you were the best friend anyone could ever have. I will love you and miss you always. RIP," the younger Osbourne tweeted. He later thanked his followers for their well-wishes: "Thank you for all the kind words about @PrincessLolaO it's nice to know she was loved by so many people."

As you may already know, in addition to being a TV star, Lola had her own very popular twitter feed, and a presumably final message was posted last night on the account: "Thank you all for your kind words. I'm in a better place now. Heaven needs a new princess."

When not sleeping, Lola seems to have spent much of her on-air life clawing up furniture or peeing in the Osbourne's lovely home. Despite that, she was clearly loved by family and friends. Having just lost our beloved pet (and UCR canine editor) Stellah, we have some idea what Jack and family are going through. Our thoughts are with them.

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