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Gemma Atkinson thanks fans for messages as she shares 'not good' update amid exciting baby milestone

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Gemma Atkinson has thanked fans for their messages as she offered an update on her beloved pet dog. Last week, the Hits Radio host told how the family had had a fraught 24 hours with their dog, Norman, as he fell ill.

She told her fans and followers how she'd had quite the 24-hour period with her dog after she found he was unable to move. A trip to the vet unused where the mum-of-two was heartbreakingly told there was nothing more they could do.

She sadly told how she'd started making arrangements and had cried more than she has ever done during her six-year-long relationship with Strictly Come Dancing star Gorka. "Part of being a responsible dog owner is doing what's right for them and I promised Norman and Ollie we'll always do what's best for them, not us," Gemma shared. READ MORE: Ricky Hatton's four-word statement on Coronation Street's Claire Sweeney future amid romance Join our WhatsApp Top Stories and Breaking News group by clicking this link But they were given a lifeline when the vet said she could tweak Norman's medication. "It might not give him long, could be weeks, months but I'm not having him in pain.

I know that. I'm not going to have him suffering," Gemma shared. "It was awful," she added. Gemma has since been flooded with messages from her fans wanting to check in on the family, particularly on Norman and on Monday (June 24), she shared a video of her helping Norman up to his feet before he walked around with his tail wagging happily. "Thanks for asking about Norman," Gemma typed alongside the video. "He still can't get up very well but once he's up, he's ok.

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