As if everyone wasn't already bummed out enough right now...one of the Game Of Thrones Direwolf dogs has died -- RIP Odin https://t.co/C0C2CPozpW— Tammy Dahlstrom (@TamyDahlstrom) March 27, 2020
Odin was 10-years-old and he played Brian's pup Summer in the GOT series. In fact, his die hard fans raised an incredible £14,000 to help pay for his medical bills and treatment, which he underwent in Dublin each and every week for the past four months.
His humans shared the heartbreaking news on Facebook. While paying tribute to the faithful dog, they wrote:
It’s difficult to put into words how this has impacted us as a family for Odin led a life like no other dog. Odin was a family member first and we got him when he was a pup at 7 weeks old all we wanted were big dogs to take hiking and to sleep at our feet in the evening beside the fire, everything after that was a bonus.
You can read the entire post here:
Naturally, this news is saddening for many GOT fans. They raised a glass and shared a moment of silence for Odin and his humans.
Rest in peace Odin. You were such a great dog.— Zach Sweig (@ZASMan300) March 27, 2020
Fly high and run free precious Odin— Amber Ruffalo (@AmberRuffalo) March 28, 2020
I’m so sorry! Odin was a very talented actor!— Martha A Clarke (@MarthaAClarke1) March 27, 2020
Ok, 2020. I give. Just stop it, please.— Dorian (@staten73) March 28, 2020
Sad news for my fellow Game of Thrones fans: Odin, the dog who played Bran’s Direwolf Summer, died today. I got to meet Odin on a GOT tour in N Ireland last year. He was a very sweet dog and let me pet him even though he was a famous TV star. We’ll miss you Odin!🐺 #gameofthrones pic.twitter.com/9rc3uGvQDP— Byron (@TotallyEffnLost) March 26, 2020
2020 please get over. Game of Thrones Direwolf Odin has died after four month cancer battle.— Siddharth | STAY HOME 🌍 (@ssaig) March 27, 2020
And now his watch has ended. RIP, Odin.— Paws (@Cognac4Paws) March 27, 2020
(He was Summer on GOT.)https://t.co/dzZkHqBcgc
RIP, Odin! You'll live for ever in our thoughts and memories.