Welcome to Maxy's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Maxy
I lost my most loyal and beloved friend on Monday 12/13/2021. Maxy came to us as a rescue dog at approximately 2 years old. He had the kindest soul that I swear you could see when you looked into his big brown eyes. We fell in love with him instantly! We could tell that he had suffered some abuse in his past. All we wanted to do is shower him with all the love, joy and happiness we possibly could! That's exactly what we did. Never was a dog treated more like a little child than our Max. We took him everywhere with us! My children grew into beautiful young women with him by their side. He was never just a dog to us. He always knew when one of us were going through a difficult time in life. He made sure to give that person extra comfort and love! He would sleep with us each and every night snuggled under the covers. About 2 months ago he was diagnosed with Kidney Failure and this absolutely devastated us! We got him every treatment possible to help him and prolong his life. We made a promise to him that when he no longer could eat, play, run and enjoy life that we wouldn't let him suffer. It was the most difficult thing we've ever had to do in our lives. We had the most kind hearted vet come to our home and help him to pass away painless and peacefully. He passed in my arms while I told him how much we all loved him, my tears running down my cheeks onto his white fur. I felt a part of me die with him. I love you my sweet boy. Mommy will always be with you forever and ever. 15 plus years together...Loving you, Mommy Michelle, Taylor, Megan, Ryan, Amber, Daddy Josh, Grandma Jan/Karla and Grandpa Bob/Randy.
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