Welcome to Maggie's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
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Memories of Maggie
We rescued Maggie in 2005. My sweet little angel had 9 lives. She had a tumor on her spleen which was removed in the nick of time. A couple years later, Maggie ended up having bloat (a life threatening condition to where the stomach twist and turns). Once again, Maggie was saved. Then she had a heart murmur and ended up with liver cancer. Her cancer doctor gave my sweet baby Three months. Her regular vet helped Maggie live an additional Twenty Two months.

We are Maggie's 3rd home and we were her last home. She was the best dog anyone could ever ask for. She loved being outside so much. When she got out she didn't want to come back. I had to go hunt her down every time and luckily I got her back each time.

Maggie loved people and most dogs. It was ok for her to sniff other dogs butts but she didn't like it when they sniffed hers.

She loved to play. She would try to pull of my socks off as I was trying to put them on. She loved going for car rides and to work with me.

Her brothers and sister (all cats) loved Maggie too. Our youngest would lay and sleep with Maggie. Maggie loved going after them and playing with them too.

Maggie was happy all the way to the end.

I will miss her so much. I love her and I will never ever forget her.

RIP my sweet little girl.

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