1/8/2008 - 12/1/2019Max was just shy of his 12th birthday when he left us. The last four years of his life, he lived with diabetes that I was able to control for awhile even though blindness eventually caught up with him. He also suffered from spinal problems and deafness. He did not let these setbacks slow him down. He had a strong will that kept him going. He was a beautiful Lab with yellowish-white fur with gold highlights in just the right places. He had such soulful eyes that would melt your heart in an instant. He was my shadow, constant companion, best friend and my support system until the end. He has comforted me and helped me cope with my husband's cancer. He could sense the changes and sadness in our lives and was always there to lend a non-judgmental ear. He had given me all that he had left to give and finally told me it was time to let him go.
I will miss his presence...the nails clicking on the floor, him laying on my feet and the unexpected "goose" in the rear!! The cats, horses and all your dog cousins and friends miss you too!
Rest well my good boy!!
Barbara ParsonsDanville, IndianaDecember 4, 2019
Light a Candle

We will all miss Max what a good Boy.
Mick & Jackie
Mick Gapen - December 11, 2019
We will always remember your loving and goofy personality. Can’t wait to see you again over the rainbow bridge. Rest easy, Max.Katie Burnette - December 6, 2019
Miss you every everyday. I hope my heart will stop aching, You are in my garden where you patiently laid while we planted and harvested. The cats can not figure out where you went. You bedding food and supplies went to the local humane society and your fellow rescues will enjoy. Love Always MomMom Parsons - December 6, 2019
We will miss you, Max. I know that you will always be with my aunt in spirit. You will be together again one day. Until then, rest sweet dear boy. You are able to rest now pain free.Sarah DuBois-Babcock - December 6, 2019
I miss you Max and you will be in my heart forever!!
Aunt Debbie loves you sweet boy!❣️
Debbie DuBois - December 5, 2019

Submit a candle