Welcome to Max's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Max
Max was such a happy little guy..Loved greeting people but also defended his territory from other dogs. He never backed down no matter how big the other dog was! He loved going on walks and also car rides.He came into our lives at such a monumental time when our family was going thru a tough time. He was actually my daughter Mollie's dog but when she left to attend college she left him with me and we became good buddies. He helped me adjust to a very difficult time just by being around. He slept with me and would often cuddle up next to me when he sensed i was having a bad day. It was the best part of my day when i would see him in the morning and he would drag all over to smell things out and go potty. Loved seeing his wagging tail when i got home from work! Max was diagnosed with diabetes just a couple weeks ago and it just ravaged his insides. He was in so much pain and discomfort and was told he wasn't going to get any better. The decision to put him to sleep was just gut wrenching. I feel so lost without him and i miss him so bad. I will always cherish my time with him and all the happiness he gave me.. I love you Max and will never forget your sweet little face
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