Unfortunatley, we've got some sad pooch-related news for you. That lovely dog from Oscar-winning film The Artist has decided to hang up his squeeky chew toy and retire.
The Jack Russell terrier became a big hit when he played Jean Dujardin's loveable sidekick in the hugely successful French movie. The 10-year-old was awarded for his efforts by getting to become the first dog to leave his prints besides the likes of Marilyn Monroe and John Wayne in front of Hollywood's famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Unable to give his own thank you speech, Uggie's trainer Von Muller did the honour, saying: "Everybody thinks I am great trainer. I don't think so. I think he is just a great dog."
Goodbye and thank you Uggie - it's been a pleasure.