Odin, the dog who played Bran Stark's pet direwolf Summer on Game of Thrones, has kicked the bucket following a four-month-long fight with disease. The dog's family has been refreshing fans on social media all through his clinical crisis. On Thursday, they reported that the cherished dog had passed away.
Odin the dog turned out to be a piece of famous pack of wolves when he joined the cast of Game of Thrones in the pilot episode. He played Summer, the direwolf little guy received by Bran Stark — played by Isaac Hempstead Wright. All things considered, be that as it may, Odin was an Inuit Timbers Dog living in a town called Ardglass in Northern Ireland. On Thursday, Odin's family reported that the 10-year-old dog had succumbed to disease and passed away. "Our family are at immense awfulness to report that Odin passed away early at the beginning of today. It's hard to articulate how this has affected us as a family for Odin lead a real existence like no other dog," the family composed on Facebook. The family proceeded to say that "Odin was a relative first," and "everything after that was a bonus." After the dog had prepared with experts and showed up on TV, he came back to being a steadfast family pet. Since he is gone, the family said that they are just thankful to have the TV show to go to. "We would all be able to breathe easy because of realizing that he is everlastingly deified in the incomparable TV Show Game of Thrones as Summer Bran Starks Direwolf Pup in Season 1 episode 1," they composed. Odin is survived by his sibling, another Inuit Timbers Dog named Thor. In Game of Thrones, Thor played Gray Wind, the direwolf embraced by Robb Stark. After their times on the show were finished, the two dogs resigned to Northern Ireland with their family. Be that as it may, they kept on taking an interest in the Game of Thrones being a fan, every now and again showing up in the tours of the Game of Thrones sets and recording locations in the nation. Visitors on the tours could go with Odin and Thor around sets like Winterfell, The Twins, the Haunted Forest and Robb Stark's war camp. Numerous fans posted their own memories of petting the "direwolves" while up in Northern Ireland. Odin's family has been taking donations to help pay for his malignant growth treatments since November, when he was first diagnosed. In Thursday's post, they expressed gratitude toward fans for all their assistance and support through this grievous time. "We are unimaginably thankful for the donations made towards Odin treatment and we will use what is expected to take care of his vet tab and we will give the rest between our preferred dog charities the donations will help further dogs deprived at this intense time," they composed.