Bethenny Frankel’s Dog Cookie Dies After Being Hospitalized For Seizures
Bethenny Frankel
Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Image    

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny Frankel’s Dog Cookie Dies After Being Hospitalized For Seizures


Bethenny Frankel’s beloved dog Cookie has sadly passed away.

The Real Housewives of New York star had a rough weekend as her 17-year-old pup, who has arthritis, suffered multiple seizures.

Cookie was eventually hospitalized, but the reality star let her followers know early Monday morning that she had died.

“My furry first baby, May your next life be as beautiful as this one was over the last 17 years,” the mother of one wrote on Instagram.

“Thank you for all the love you gave to me and my peanut,” she continued.  

“See you on the other side my love. Xo.”

Over the weekend the 46-year-old took to social media to ask her followers for help as Cookie had convulsions, admitting she was unsure whether or not to take her to the vet.

"I know my dog's convulsing. Do I take her to a vet? What do I do?” she asked on Instagram.  

“My daughter's watching this and we have to do something. The vet is 40 minutes away.”

The Bravo star and her daughter, Bryn, spend their weekends in the Hamptons.

"Help us! What do we do?!...I don't know what to do! There's no vet — someone help me,” she continued.

"Sorry, I didn't mean to scare everybody. My poor daughter and I are watching my dog have a seizure for 45 minutes and the [vet] hospital's so far out."

Credit: Bravo video still    

The Shark Tank star also took to Twitter to ask her followers for help and advice.

"My baby @cookiedabooboo has arthritis,which is expected, bc she is older than dirt...but it's killing me that the end could be near,” she wrote.

"What do i do when dog seizure??? It happened a few times. Stay home quiet or vet? [sic]”

The seizures kept occurring, so Bethenny and her daughter prepared for the worst.

"Thanks for the love. @cookiedabooboo is alive but had a very high temp & 45 min seizure so she's resting at hospital. Not time yet....” she wrote.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Bethenny!