Millie the Boxer's Rainbow Bridge Tribute

Millie came into DAWG’s care in February of 2015 and directly to us for fostering. We were immediately smitten; she was an enormous Boxer, overflowing with personality and character, and endearingly daft and chatty. Unfortunately soon after arriving she began to experience incontinence and was quickly diagnosed with a spinal condition that meant she would not be suitable for adoption.

We were absolutely delighted to welcome her into our full-time family as a DAWG Sponsor Dog. We are so grateful to DAWG and all of the donors and sponsors who made sure that Millie’s complex, changing medical needs were always met with the best of care. She lived an incredibly happy, joyful and pain-free life with us and with her Boxer foster sister, right until the end.

After doing so well, it was heartbreaking to lose her incredibly suddenly to cancer in July of 2017.  In her short years with DAWG, she had gathered an enormous army of fans and admirers, and did her best to entertain the internet with her love of food and her dramatic sulks. She brought so much love and huge amounts of laughter to our home, where she was absolutely beloved and doted on.

Nothing is the same without her huge personality and she will always be loved, always be missed.

Remembered by: Sabrina and John

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Signed by: Mark Bailey, Karine Pelletier, Rowena Taaffe, Rowena Taaffe, RM Adopted dawg dog, Colm Mc Sweeney, Theresa glanville, Mika OCallaghanMaher, Noreen ross, John, Debbie murphy, Hayley Mulcahy, maria o donnell, Robert Kinsella, patricia corcoran, Caroline kelleher, Sandra Hogan, Fiona Dixon, Doireann, laurence, Joan hodgson, Helen Murphy, Samantha Kavanagh, Carole Wall, Kathleen Ross McSweeney, trish o brien, Roy o Leary