Sheltie Rescue of Utah
Sandy, UT 84093
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Maggie
12) Maggie was found at the Humane Society, badly depressed and not feeling very well. We discovered that she had a urinary incontinence problem that was been treated and cleared up with a little estrogen supplementation. She also had an intestinal irritation that improved with medical treatment. Maggie required a very special diet, because she was allergic to most common dog food ingredients. Maggie was a very pretty, six year old tri-color Sheltie (that's black, sable, and white) who loved to play with toys, kiss and cuddle, and had a wonderful attitude, was very upbeat and very loving with people. After far too short a time in her forever home, Maggie was diagnosed with breast cancer and crossed the Rainbow Bridge shortly thereafter. Maggie was loved very much, brought much joy, and will be terribly missed.


Maggie
16) Maggie was the cutest little thing. She was a very small, dark ("mahogany") sable-and-white Sheltie with a very sweet face. She came to us in late summer 2005 at the age of 9. She had lived with her "mom" from puppyhood, but "mom" remarried and her new husband refused to let Maggie continue to live in the house! Rather than allowing Maggie to suffer being expelled from the house, this thoughtful woman relinquished Maggie to us. She was a fantastic cuddler. She loved nothing better than curling up next to us in bed or lying on one of our stomachs while we watched TV. In mid-2006, we discovered that Maggie had a growth in one lung, which was surgically removed. As her health deteriorated, we became convinced that she should be placed into hospice care and stay with us for the remainder of her life. Unfortunately, on January 6, 2007, while visiting our vets for a routine checkup, Maggie went into cardiac arrest and, in spite of our vets' heroic efforts, she could not be revived. Her lung problems had led to congestive heart failure and she died without suffering. We miss her terribly, as she had become such an important part of our lives, but we know that she's just across the Rainbow Bridge with all of her old friends, suffering no more.

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