….I was presented this wall hanging of Maggie this past weekend at a Wag It Games Trial! Every dog that has competed in Wag It Games, that have gone to the Rainbow Bridge, get honored in this fashion. This is sooo special…note the three paws in the corners of the hanging and the heart in the left bottom corner. Maggie was the inspiration to the “Heart Dog Program” in Wag It Games, for disabled dogs. Disabled dogs can compete with exercise modifications for their disabilities….
You will NEVER be forgotten, Maggie, by myself and by MANY others….
“Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones;
And when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace.”
9 thoughts on “In Memory of Maggie….”
How special this is…..and a beautiful way to remember an incredible pup in Maggie. What a gorgeous girl she was and how proud you must be of her…..I know I am, and I am just a fan!!
Bonnie & Angel Polly
And no, she will NEVER be forgotten…….!!
Beautiful way to remember Maggie. I love this Tracy. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. She is such a beautiful girl. Your journey will never be forgotten and neither will Ms Maggie.
Michelle & Angel Sassy
How wonderful! Thank you for letting us be a part of this very special honor.
Luanne & Team Shooter
Got me all teary eyed over here!!! Such a lovely tribute! You had to be a ballmof mush when you got it! I know I would be!
I’m glad you pointed out the laws…I would have seen the heart but I think I would have missed the paws! But I NEVER would jave missed the unbreakable connection and pure love depicted in this picture!
And to know her legacy not only continues here, but she is still reacingnout and inspiring others through the Heart Dog Program in jer honor….such a legacy…such an inspiration!
Thank you for sharing this lovely tribute…and quote. I…we…just love Maggie so much.
Sending you love
Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle too!
omygosh…. how fantastic!!!
Tracy that is BEAUTIFUL!!! Wow, love that quilt. Can you tell us who made it? I would love to find out, it’s a real treasure.
What a wonderful group of friends you and Maggie have there.
Thank you all for following Maggie’s blog and all your kind words!!! Rene, the person that made the wall hanging is Mary Joyce Grotton. We call her Joyce 🙂 She’s quite talented, as you can tell! The picture on it was taken back in November 2010. At the very first Wag It Games trial. Now, four+ years later, Wag It Games is really growing. I’m honored to be part of the venue and for Maggie to be the inspiration to the Heart Dog Program! So disabled dogs can play (compete) too!
Tracy & Spirit Maggie
Maggy gave so much to the dog world from her love and devotion to inspiration. So thankful you and Maggie came to play Wag It Games with us!!