Uggie's Brother Dash Will Keep His Famous Sibling's Memory Alive On Screen

Uggie, the Jack Russell terrier whose acting skills helped win The Artist an Oscar, died on Friday at the age of 13.

He is remembered by the millions of moviegoers and celebrities he wooed with his fluffy charisma and the family he left behind. Among those family members is his brother Dash, another skateboard-loving Jack Russell trained by Uggie’s owner Oscar Von Muller.

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When we last saw Uggie, the adorable Jack Russell terrier from 2011’s The Artist, he was taking the stage at the 84th annual Academy Awards to accept his Best Picture Oscar with his castmates. But these days, the beloved pooch is up to something, well, a little different.

Uggie Is Writing His Memoirs

He may have retired from the silver screen, but Uggie hasn’t left all of entertainment behind.

On Oct. 16, the four-legged star of The Artist will publish a memoir detailing his life in show business. Titled Uggie: My Story, the tome is dedicated to his Water for Elephants costar , whom he dubs his celebrity crush.

Uggie's Paw Prints Immortalized at Grauman's Chinese Theatre

Uggie certainly knows how to make an impression.

The 10-year-old Jack Russell terrier and star of last year’s hit film The Artist has cemented his place – literally – in Hollywood history with a paw-print ceremony outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre today.

With the ceremony, during which the affable pooch plopped all four of his paws into wet cement, Uggie joins nearly 200 other celebrities who have left their hand- and footprints in front of the theatre.

How Uggie Got Ready for the Oscars

Angelina Jolie might need a glam squad to help her get ready, but Uggie? He didn’t need much prep before snapping on his custom Chopard collar and strolling down the red carpet at the Academy Awards.

“We bathed him yesterday and gave him a nice blow-dry,” Uggie’s trainer Omar Von Muller told PEOPLE on Oscar Sunday. “That’s about it.”

All About Uggie's Custom Chopard Collar

He might have been one-tenth the size of all the other Oscar guests, but it was hard not to miss Uggie at Sunday night’s 84th annual Academy Awards.

When he walked onto the stage to help accept the Best Picture award for The Artist, the adorable Jack Russell terrier wore an eye-catching collar custom-designed for him by Chopard.

The collar features a black satin bow tie and a charm made of 18 karat yellow gold inscribed with his name. The piece will be auctioned, and the proceeds will benefit The Amanda Foundation, an animal rescue organization.

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