Macy was a great, young puppy (only 6 years old) when she passed, and all that saw her fell in love with her despite her prickly nature. She may have seemed vulnerable to taunts as a disabled dog in the pack of Pomeranians, but she could easily defend herself from her puppies! She didn’t really like me at first, as I was the youngest in the family (and possibly the loudest) when she arrived. As she grew up for her first year with only an adult female, she wasn’t used to me or my Grandpa’s loudness, and tended to avoid us. When she started showing signs of GME (a neurological and auto immune disorder) she started to warm up more to us, but her closest bond would always be to my Grandma. She became somewhat overweight, but it didn’t seem to really be able to be prevented. When you would rub her belly then stop, she would hit you with her paw until you rubbed her again. She was the best, most loving companion ever, with many adventures in her life, such as getting sprayed by a skunk, becoming a mother, chasing out an opossum from the backyard twice, and more!
A donation was made in Macy's memory and the memorial was created on March 26, 2018.