On Wednesday, the comedian announced the news via his radio producer Malcolm Prince on Twitter.
In the sweet picture that came with it, you could see Paul cuddling his fluffy little Shih Tzu on the bed.
The 64-year-old TV presenter could be seen watching his dog in absolute adoration in the blink of an eye.
They were huddled on a patterned quilt while Paul documented the comforting moment with a selfie.
Malcolm shared the heartbreaking message from his famous friend about the death of his dog.
He wrote, “A message from Paul … Unfortunately, he had to say goodbye to Boycie today.
Paul enjoyed Boycie’s company as the UK locked out amid the coronavirus pandemic.
He has already talked about the grief of losing a pet.
The comedian opened his fight against mourning after the death of his dog Bullseye in February of last year.
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He said to Radio 2, “I can’t take it, that’s what I always say – invite an animal into your life, inevitably you invite sorrow. “
Aside from his high flying television career, Paul has always had a soft spot for animals and especially dogs.