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Home:Napanee, a, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Magg, Maggster

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog-dog rescue

Gotcha Date:
August 11th 1994

December 13th 1993

Cuddling me when I was a toddler I think, she seemed to really like it.

She never really had any. She had problems which the family got peeved about, but she herself never had peeves.

Favorite Toy:
Chasing a simple tennis ball!

Favorite Food:
Apparently not a raw roast .. Since it was found all over my bed hahah. She liked her table extras.

Favorite Walk:
At my grandmothers house. She truly loved it there.

Best Tricks:
She could do a very gentle shake paw, but she got bored with doing her tricks.

Arrival Story:
I was not even yet born, and my mother and father didn't even know they were pregnant with me! My parents had gotten married and wanted to take the next big step! To buy a puppy! They had seen this cute little puppy peeing behind the heater, they thought that was a good sign .. She was the original Marley and was deeply loved! They brought her right on home, and mom and dad said she was a little trouble-maker but they would never get rid of her. They were so in love with her, and she did something incredible. My mom was sitting on the couch and she had just found out she was pregnant with me and Maggie came over and started sniffing and licking my moms belly. She was good with me before I was even born! She was truly like a sister to me. After I was born she was my guardian angel, my protector, my sister. She was incredible with my brother to but she was strongly attached to me. We grew up with her, and she was a little bit of a trouble-maker by eating a full roast and then throwing it all up on my bed, yuck! Or pooping on my bed, that one wasn't fun to wake up to, but regardless! I loved her, and still love her today!

Maggie was sent to the shelter because she was a beagle and people didn't want a hound, and I see that today in the shelter I volunteer at. My parents were taken over by her cuteness, and I'm so glad they were. Maggie was diagnosed with several tumors after we found a lump on her butt. She had them all throughout her body and the vet suspected some of her behavioural issues could've been from that since she had brain tumors. We went to visit her while she was getting treatment and the vet said while she was there she would not eat, but when we'd visit her she'd eat up her food while we were there. It was hard for her to eat though since she had a tumor in her throat. Then the one day after the vet told us there was nothing she could do any further, we looked into Maggie's eyes and she put her head down in my lap. It was her time to go, and she was ready. I still cry about her all the time. She was burried at her favourite place at my grandmothers. I had taken a flower that was right beside her grave, and took a small clump of her fur which I now keep in a photo album dedicated to her.

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Maggie's Diary

Bark Out Loud! (BOL)

January 28th 2011 7:43 am
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I couldn't stop my barking, it was furlarious! I saw my furbling brothers barking at the oil truck and my humans making these weird groaning noises and telling them to be quiet!

It was really early in the morning to, and that is something that I would do! ... Well, except that there was no truck when I would bark! THE LEGEND LIVES ON!

I hope my furblings keep up the pawesome work!

Much woof,


Rainbow Bridge

January 27th 2011 9:29 am
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I may not be with my family physically, but I am always with them at heart!

I was taken to the vet to check out a lump on my rump. They said it was this thing called cancer and they did more tests on me and then the vet said it was everywhere! My humans looked so sad. When I had to stay at the vets for treatment I hated it! I didn't want to eat, drink or move.

When I saw my humans though, oh my joyus humans! As soon as they were in my sight straight to the food bowl I went! Then to drink water! Then I would be so playful! I loved my humans so much! I still love them to this day!

I was a bit of a trouble maker. I liked to steal food on the counter (I even stole a full roast! I didn't like it much and threw up on my human sisters bed, she didn't like that much!) I had trouble telling my humans when I had to go out, so I would do my business on my human sisters floor (they even replaced the carpet!) I liked to wander off (but that's only my breed! Who can blame me?) Even though I was not always behaving how I should, my humans loved me. They got frustrated sometimes, but I was also forgiving to them, when they got a little too upset.

I loved my humans and they loved me. When I knew it was my time, I told my family. They then did the right thing to put me out of my pain from the cancer, and they sent me up to Rainbow Bridge! I won't give away any hints about what it's like, it's so wonderful that everyone will need to find out for themselves! Well, I better get back, some of my Rainbow Bridge dog friends are waiting for me to go and play!


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