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A member of Little Big Town is mourning the loss of her “most unconditional friend” Getty Images
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Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman is a huge country superstar with a shelf full of awards and a string of hit songs and heck, even her own line of a summer collection of home accessories recently debuting at Cracker Barrel.

Yet, even country superstars mourn when their family dog dies.

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In a post shared on the morning of July 18, Kimberly wrote, “Sweet Buck, you were my most unconditional friend. Our home will not ever be the same without your precious face. We miss you so much.”

Sweet Buck, you were my most unconditional friend. Our home will not ever be the same without your precious face. We miss you so much. ❤️

Posted by Kimberly Schlapman on Monday, July 18, 2016

The death of Buck follows the loss of Dierks Bentley’s dog, Jake, who passed away at the tender age of 15 years old.

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And while Kimberly will certainly be mourning the loss of her “unconditional friend” for much time to come, Kimberly can’t hold back her excitement about her new line at Cracker Barrell.

“I’m so excited to share my summer collection from Cracker Barrel with you,” exclaimed Kimberly in a recent press release. “It’s full of new cozy goodies for your kitchen and home that have me giddy with excitement. Some of my favorite new items include pink Lodge cast iron cookware, adorable mother-daughter rain boots, a lamp that’s reminiscent of one my favorite vintage lamps, and a wooden side table that is both convenient and beautiful. I believe you’ll love this collection as much as I do, and I hope it will add special warmth to your home.”

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Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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