Maggie Lou

Maggie Lou has been our constant companion since her adoption from the Maui humane society, 10 1/2 years ago. Many people would say that we rescued her, but the truth is, that she rescued us. Always our protector, always on guard and always on the lookout (as shown in her pic). She was half shar pei and half chocolate lab and she definitely had the shar pei disposition. She guarded our home, our car and me in particular. So loyal, so loving and very very sweet.
She went to work with me everyday and guarded me there, too. One never knows what a mailman or UPS driver may intend after all!
To say she will be missed is such an understatement. Our lives are forever changed, both because she came into them and because she left. Our home is not the home it once was, and I fear that our hearts won’t recover. A giant whole has been left in both.

Maggie Lou – Momma and Papa love you and miss you so much, but we believe that we’ll see you again and we’ll play hide and seek, and monster? And all your favorite games.
Sleep well pretty girl but stay close to us if you can❤

A donation was made in Maggie Lou's memory and the memorial was created on November 18, 2019.

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Messages From Friends and Family

We miss you Margaret Louise (Maggie Lou) so much. You were our first grand puppy and a big part of our family. I know you are running and rolling in green grass.

~Memory shared by Barbara.