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Memories of Maggie May

Maggie came to me in May of 2001 as a rescue. Maggie helped me through so many difficult times in my life. Without Maggie in my life, I don't know what I would have done. Until we meet at Rainbow Bridge, you will always be in my heart and soul.

Maggie was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis on January 24, 2011. It was a long struggle for Maggie but she really fought to overcome this disease. Maggie was playing and loving life to its fullest. Her dear companion, Harley never left her side. For Maggies first few days of the illness, she was unable to walk. But after the medicines started working, Maggie did very well. Sad to say, Maggie developed pneunomia on May 6 and passed quickly. Harley was devastated at Maggie's passing, as we all were. I honestly didn't think Harley would survive this loss.

Maggie was a perfect lady. Maggie never did anything incorrect. Maggie's goal in life seemed to be to give comfort to me. Maggie was always there, wanting more to give love to me than anything else.

Maggie loved to let my friend Tonya's older dogs "boss" her around. She would always lay down and act like she was a puppy, so the older girls could be in charge. However, whenever a new dog joined a pack, Maggie was the one to say, "Respect all your elders" to them.

I can not begin to explain how wonderful, sweet, loving my Maggie was. Maggie truly was a gift from God.

Less then a week after Maggie passed, a 6 month old female Giant Schnauzer needed a home. Rescues of Giants are very rare. I wouldn't take the puppy, as it was so soon to Maggie's passing. So my dear friend took the puppy and she is named Mandy. Then another week went by and another 6 month old female Giant Schnauzer needed a home. I felt that Maggie sent not only the first one to me but the second one. And then I realized that I had to take this second puppy. It was a sign from Maggie to ease my pain. So, now Maggie's beloved companion, Harley has Libby to torment him. Libby has kept Harley alive and helped me accept Maggie's death.

Not a day goes by that I don't think of my Maggie. My Maggie May who came to me in May of 2001 and left me in May of 2011. What a wonderful 10 years.

If I hadn't of loved her so much, it wouldn't of hurt so much. But having Maggie in my life was worth everything.

Today is the one year anniversary of my Maggie's passing. Not a day goes by that I don't miss her. Her sweetness, her unconditional love, her support of me. Oh Maggie, how I wish you were still with me. Rest in peace my dear one. Some day we will be together again.

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