Max “Bubby” Constance passed away peacefully after a brave battle with renal failure. He was 15 years old.
The Constance family found sweet little Max in a pet store in Smiley’s Flea Market in 2003 when he was just a puppy. There was a sign on his kennel that read “Free”. The Constance’s are certain that the person who gave him up had no idea what a long and happy life Max would enjoy. He was adopted into a family he loved as much as they loved him.
The precious little puppy grew up enjoying long walks, lying in the sun on fluffy blankets, snuggling with his family, car rides and cats – he loved cats! Max never had to feel alone. His Grandma took care of him while his family worked.
Max was so loyal and loving. He leaves behind his humans Cassidy, Diane, Brittany and his Grandma Mossine as well as his kitty-brothers Oliver and Charlie.
The family wishes to thank Dr. Brandon Hughes and Katie at Western Carolina Regional Animal Hospital in Hendersonville for the kindness and compassion they provided Max and his family during an extremely difficult and sad time. They also thank Shuler Funeral Home for taking care of their sweet Max’s final needs.