Tori Spelling is remembering all the joy her dog Arthur Bear Reynolds brought her.

In a post Sunday on Instagram, the “Beverly Hells, 90210” star shared the sad news that her dog, who was rescued during the Woolsey fires in Los Angeles in 2018.

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“It breaks my heart 💔 that we had to say goodbye to Arthur Bear Reynolds…” she wrote, adding, “So thankful to @muchloveanimalrescue for giving me the privilege to be Arthur’s forever mom. Sadly senior rescues are not as desirable as puppies. But, if you have the opportunity to be a forever home to a senior pet do it! It’s life changing.”

Spelling continued, “Arthur was close to 20 when he passed. We didn’t get a long time with him but I’ve cherished the years we had together. I was his human. He was one of the greatest loves of my life. I told him all the time I wish we had met each other when he was a pup.”

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The post included a video slideshow of images of Arthur with Spelling and her family, set to the song “The Story”, by Brandi Carlile.

“Haven’t listened to this song in years but after I did it made complete sense,” Spelling wrote. “Arthur and I were made for each other. Dogs give us unconditional love. Unlike humans. Yet, it’s our pets we have the shortest journey with🥲. I hope you are running thru beautiful fields now Arthur. I ❤️ U. xoxo.”