Maryn came to us from Brookline, after a long and bumpy road in her life. She was abandoned in an apartment, had a massive chest wall tumor, poor mobility in her back legs, an inoperable bladder stone, and arthritis in most of her spine. Maryn never let any of those things get her down, she was stubborn and unwavering, but loved her humans unconditionally. She would do anything to go for a short walk and then sleep in her corner of the couch next to her family. She continually showed us that senior dogs are resilient, loving, dedicated, and most of all extremely kind. Maryn will be in our hearts forever, and is a shining example to open our (and your) home to seniors pups. We only wish we had more time with her.
Mike and Meghan Hoopes