Heartbroken pet owner gets a tattoo of the deceased beloved dog – using ink mixed with his ashes

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A devoted dog owner was so heartbroken when her beloved bull terrier passed away that she permanently inked his ashes on his skin so he’s ‘always with her’.

Robyn Moscrop rescued her bull terrier Bronson in 2019 who she ‘spoiled rotten’ and ‘treated like a baby’.

The 27-year-old was devastated when her pampered pet died suddenly last July of unknown causes when he was just around three years old.

To commemorate her very special dog, her boyfriend who conveniently worked as a tattoo artist, immortalized his favorite portrait of him with his ashes mixed in ink.

Robyn said the tattoo gave her a sense of closure as it means Bronson is “always with his mother” and will never be forgotten.

“It’s not something I could lose or misplace, it’s always there,” she said. “Seeing it when it was done was really moving, I cried.”

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“It sounds really silly, but sometimes when we’re at places and we say I’m just wearing a t-shirt, I just think ‘oh, he’s here with me and sees all this too.

It was the cremationist who, after saying she would make a clay paw print, mentioned that she had heard of pet owners using ashes in tattoos. Ashes can be used to craft all sorts of things, as they are a high quality form of carbon. GNN reported that some companies will compress the ashes into memorial stones, and some will even make vinyl records with them.

“I had never heard of this before,” Robyn admitted. “I told my boyfriend and he said ‘yes, I heard artists have done it’,” adding that he would love to do it for her.

Robyn grew up with bull terriers and loves the breed so much that when she wanted her own pet, she decided to save Bronson. Not much was known about his story except that he was wandering, deaf and was around a year old when he was rescued.

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“He was a crazy dog. He made such an impression on everyone because he had such a personality,” she recalled. “He just kept me busy and I was seeing other people with their dogs very well behaved and I was like ‘oh my god, why can’t my dog ​​be like this?’”

“But I still absolutely loved him, he was spoiled rotten. He had his own social calendar. He went on dates where we rented land and left 20 bull terriers off leash so they could all play. He honestly had an amazing life.

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