Monday, April 10, 2006

Remembering Max

Max was a good dog He was handsome, he was kind He was polite He was always glad to see you He was resourceful If he couldn’t find his ball, he brought you a rock to throw Max had no bad habits He didn’t bark in the yard Or chase rabbits He never ate the Kleenex box Or the Easter ham Max accepted life just the way it was He didn’t expect anything He appreciated it if you let him out in the morning And he was glad to get his dinner But he would still wag his tail if you didn’t have any cookies Max was a good dog We will miss him


  • Max was the best dog ever. he was like a brother. i loved him sooo much. it was like loosing a family member. he loved his ball. we have it in a place of honor. he was mac a roni and cheese. he was our dorkasarus and a big galumper. i love you max!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:14 PM  

  • It's hard losing a companion. Do you know about There you will fing Bandit Dwyer as part of the Rainbow Bridge group. Maybe you'd like to add Max?

    By Anonymous fifth-in-law, at 2:57 PM  

  • It is hard to lose a companion. Not only do the humans feel it but the other canines as well. They behave differently as they adjust to this shift in the family structure. It amazes me how much a leader Max was...I didn't give him enough credit...He was my first and always good dog....I'm checking out

    By Anonymous seven, at 8:18 PM  

  • Oh, please excuse me. I counted wrong. I'm not fifth-in law, I'm the other one.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:49 PM  

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