Jon Stewart Honors His Late Dog On ‘The Daily Show’, Helps Raise $35K For Animal Shelter

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Jon Stewart was not only a late-night show host, but also a very loving dog parent.

And that was clearly on display on Monday, Feb. 26, when he paid tribute to his oldest son, a brindle pit bull named Dipper, who had died the day before.

The touching tribute touched everyone’s hearts and helped raise $35,000 in donations. animal havena shelter where Steward adopted his dog 12 years ago.

In her eulogy for Dipper, Stewart told how she met Dipper about 12 years ago when she and her children were selling cupcakes to raise money for Animal Haven.

Stewart recalled, fighting back tears. “As a little extra incentive, I brought in a brindle pit bull, about a year old, who lost his right leg when he was hit by a car in Brooklyn.”

And from that day on, Dipper became part of the Stewart family. Stewart said through tears. “In a world full of good kids, he was the best.”

The late-night show host recalled the time he spent with Dipper during his appearance on “The Daily Show.” He said, “He came to ‘The Daily Show’ every day. He was part of the OG ‘Daily Show’ dog crew. ”

Mr Stewart continued: “And we came to get the tape and Dipper waited for me to finish. He met actors and writers and presidents and kings. He did things that the Taliban couldn’t do. That’s why Malala Yousafzai is scared.”

After revealing that Dipper had passed away, Stewart said: “He was ready. He was tired. But I wasn’t.”

“My wish for you is that someday you find that dog, that one dog… It’s just… awesome.” Stewart concluded.

Stewart’s tribute to his best friend ended with a video of Dipper running around in the snow and having the time of his life.

Following Stewart’s tribute to Dipper, Animal Heaven Posted Regarding Stewart and Dipper, many of the staff members said they remember the bake sale where he and Dipper first met.

“Dipper went through a rough time early in life when he was hit by a car and lost his leg, but John and his family gave him a brand new life. On that fateful day at Animal Haven, It all started without me knowing, selling cupcakes with my kids.” The animal shelter wrote:

Additionally, they revealed that they were honored to receive such support in honor and memory of the dog.

The animal shelter writes: “Animal lovers and animal rights activists collectively raised over $35,000 in Dipper’s name, and we can’t thank each and every one of you enough.”

And in honor of Dipper, Animal Haven is reducing adoption fees by $100 for the month of March. “I hope I can fulfill John’s wish to help you find ‘that one dog.'”

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