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Max Medved-Jewkes crossed the rainbow bridge on Sunday, September 24th, 2023. Max departed this earth in his favorite place to be, in the arms of his daddy. Max lived a long, adventurous life. His favorite activities included barking at the t.v., barking at other dogs, cars, ducks, cows, sometimes he would bark at nothing at all. Max loved going for car rides, going to work with his dad, getting dressed up, cuddling next to his mom, he loved morning kisses and belly rubs. To be honest, Max loved all things life had to offer (except stairs, Max hated walking up the stairs). Max enjoyed catching crabs on the beach, hiking, fishing, eating at Chik-Fil-A and shopping in Home Depot. Above all, Max loved being anywhere with his family. He was his daddy's shadow and his mommy's protector.
Max quickly developed loving relationships with all who came in contact with him, so much so that he would nip them if they tried to leave. He has left his pawprints on so many lives. He even went viral once, over a million views for his cutest pet portrait. He was truly the best dog and was so good at so many things, but he was best at showing us unconditional love.
There will never be a day we do not think of him; every time a Dorito bag is opened or the jingle from Iams commercial plays, we will think of his wagging tail, sweet kisses, paw scratches and fiercest little Maltese bark. We will miss you forever and always Max. You will forever be in our hearts.
Besides his mommy and daddy, Max leaves behind his brothers, Mikey and Gizmo, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and all the amazing friends made throughout the years.