|It is with a heavy heart that I’m writing to tell you of the passing of our much beloved Brittany, Max. We adopted Max in December of 2003 when he was 11 months old. Max brought fun and excitement to our lives from the moment he came into them. He was always happy and easygoing and even when he would run off after rabbits that would wander into our yard (before we got a big enough fence up), he never went far, thank goodness.
In 2007 Max began having seizures. We were able to control his condition for the most part with a good diet. In 2014 Max got blastomycosis in his foot and had to have one of his toes amputated, but he still didn’t let it get him down. Then last summer the seizures got worse. For the last year we’ve experimented with various medications and have taken him to several vets to try and find “the cure” that would get his seizures under control. It finally became too much for him and his poor body.
He enriched our lives, warmed our hearts and made us laugh for over 11 years. We were truly blessed to have had him in our lives. He will be greatly missed