October 17, 2021
Dying Dog Takes Pleasure In Snow One Last Time Thanks To Local Ice Rink

Dying Dog Takes Pleasure In Snow One Last Time Thanks To Local Ice Rink

A dog who died from cancer was provided a final moment to lay in some snow. Maggie’s parents, Elijah Lee Saltzgaber, had actually put up a social networks post last Friday requesting a shaved ice machine.

Special demand. Does anyone have a shaved ice machine they have put away for the season? Our sweet canine is passing of cancer and Monday we wish to build her one last snow bank to roll in. I have a car and containers to transport.

I am wishing for about 10 – 20 gallons of ice I believe but I am grateful for anything we can get. Saying goodbye to her Monday around noon so willing to pay and get Monday early morning in any reasonable distance from sugar home. Maggie and both of us thank you all deeply for reading this.

Following the demand, Salt Lake Country Parks and Recreation made their desire become a reality by donating gallons of ice for the canine. Officials claimed the dog, Maggie, enjoyed her final moments in shaved ice with her owners at their home in Sugar House.

They claimed staff put the ice in bins and buckets for the owners to take home.

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