Maggie, our second Boxer passed over the rainbow bridge this morning at11:30. She is with General that many of the club members might remember, who is also in the picture and is my member picture.
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Maggie wasn't just a pet, she was our Baby Girl. Our little Firecracker (born on the 4th of July). I hate it when some say dogs aren't family members. They don't "get it". Hopefully sometime in their lives they will "get it" because there's nothing like having a loving 4 legged creature that will love you unconditionally, give you support when you're feeling down or just keep you company when you're lonely. They have the best way of making you laugh. And did Maggie make us laugh. She was good at that. Bless her heart. They say Boxers are half human. We can attest to that. She was extremely smart and I always wanted to get a bumper sticker stating that our Boxer was smarter than your 8th grader, but Larry wouldn't let me do it. Major is going to miss her so much. She raised him since he was 5 1/2 weeks old. Major lost his Mommy when he was 4 weeks old. Poor thing. Maggie had so much patience. That's one trait that Major never seemed to get..
It's been a rough day for all of us. Tomorrow will be another day. No more waking to her wanting her treats....Just the right way and the right sequence. Run free my Baby Girl, run free. You're always in my heart...You will be forever missed and loved.
Thank you Dale & Patty. Oh yes, she would smile when she wanted something and what a smiling face it was. I use to say, "Only a mother could love". See photo. She made us laugh. Poor Major is grieving and taking it hard also, he's known her since he was 5 1/2 weeks old since his real momma died when he was 4 weeks of age. He's lost interest in many things.Nancy-----Dogs are INDEED family members & anyone that thinks differently is pretty cold hearted.-----Dogs can have a great sense of humor---AND--want to make you laugh also!----You can just see it in their eyes (let alone their actions). -----Of course Maggie is non-replaceable----but----perhaps at a later date you can find a friend for Major.----Give it some time-----time heals a lot of things (grief).
Thank you Dale & Patsy. Oh yes, she would smile when she wanted something and what a smiling face it was. I use to say, "Only a mother could love". See photo. She made us laugh. Poor Major is grieving and taking it hard also, he's known her since he was 5 1/2 weeks old since his real momma died when he was 4 weeks of age. He's lost interest in many things.