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She was struggling and I couldn't bear to have her fight anymore.

Anyone who doesn't believe a dog changes your life has never rescued one.

is an American sitcom created by Dottie Zicklin and Julie Ann Larson.

It is based on Chelsea Handler's 2008 best-selling book Are You There, Vodka?

'I only had 2 years with Tammy, but she made sure I never went to bed once without hearing her little paws mount my stairwell 2 paws at a time.

Lauren Lapkus and Natalie Morales followed, with Lauren Lapkus playing Dee Dee, the bubbly woman whom Chelsea and Ivory live with, and Morales playing Ivory, Chelsea's long-time Filipino-American friend.'Dogs give you something you never knew was missing. She previously explained that Tammy was a natural screen star.'Once a week, I let Tammy on, and she usually is even better than [other dog] Chunk,' Handler told Business Insider.'Chunk sits perfectly in between the sofa areas in the main interview area, so that the audience sees him. He just does that on his own.'And then Tammy got up, like, the first time on the show just got up on the table between me and the interview - just to block your view of Chunk.However, on Friday, she explained on Instagram that she'd sadly had her put down.

Handler, who also has another pooch named Chunk, wrote: 'I lost my bear today.Chelsea tries to help Dee Dee meet her crush, Mario Lopez, but winds up embarrassing Dee Dee instead.

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