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2/13/2007 - 02/03/2019Our Dear Snoopy,

Thank you for completing our family! We knew you were the one when we first met you at Boston Animal Shelter, and since the day we adopted you, you filled our hearts with so much love and joy; and our house with so much laughter and poops. You were there throughout all of our milestones, birthdays, and anniversaries. Thank you for always greeting us at the door with a wagging tail and awoo-ing, thank you for your warmth and cuddles, and thank you for teaching us how to love unconditionally. Not only were you loved by us, but also by our friends and family! We hope that you enjoyed your life as a member of our family and felt our love for you until your very last breath. See you in heaven Snoopy-one! God brought you in our lives to be our angel.

Mommy Glen, Daddy Jay, Ate Rikka, Ate Mika, and Therese
Mary Rikka GuillenLowell, MassachusettsFebruary 17, 2019
05/01/2008 - 01/06/2019Your things are here but you are not, I feel your breath as I lay down to sleep. I hear your steps behind me. All of this but I can not hold you or pet you. I miss you every minute of everyday. You were my heart dog and always will be. Always by my side forever in my heart. I love you sweet angel boy.Kathy EagonWaukegan, IllinoisFebruary 17, 2019
1/1/2003 - 2/12/2019On February 12th, 2019, our beloved Sassy crossed the Rainbow Bridge after 16 years beside us.

I was four when we got Sassy, and I cannot remember a time without her. She was there through every house move we made, she was the big sister for each of the pets to join our family, and she was the inexplicably patient friend to a little girl, a little boy, and a loving mother and father.

Sassy was, without a shadow of a doubt, my mom's dog. They were inseparable, and I fully believe that Sassy would've followed my mom to the ends of the earth. There wasn't a step my mom could make without Sassy at her heels, loyal and eager to scrounge the kitchen floor for scraps, to wait outside the bathroom door, or to simply browse the backyard with a careful look around to ensure my mom hadn't "run off" somewhere (she had to make sure my mom stayed out of trouble, of course!) She slept snugly in my parents' bed, warm and happy between their pillows.

But Sassy was more than even that infallible loyalty.

She was the little dances she did around the dinner table in the evenings, her nails tapping excitably on the floor. She was the notorious junkyard dog who taught us that no trashcan was safe from her. She was the "Sassy, wheres the rabbit?!", when she'd leap from the couch and look out the window. She was the regal queen that reigned over our little kingdom, keeping her furry brothers and sisters in place with all her well-meaning "paw-slaps" and body slams. She was the inexhaustibly patient dog who tolerated my dress-up games when I was a child; who never so much as showed her teeth to me.

But above all, Sassy was, is, and will always be family.

No words can express the rift left by her loss, but I also cannot begin to convey how grateful I am that, for 16 years, we were able to share our home with perhaps the kindest, gentlest dog in the world. I am so, so happy for every moment, good and bad, that Sassy spent with us.

I am so happy that she was a stalwart support and kindly listener for my parents, and a warm comfort for my brother and I.
I am so happy that we were able to show her a world of car rides, of Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, and of table scraps.
I am so happy that we were able to show her love.

Thank you, Sassy, for everything. We love you so, so much.
Amy, Stanley, Bethany and Tyler DanielBurns, TennesseeFebruary 17, 2019
2/21/2016Fat boy we will miss you. You were momma and papas boy we loved you very much as we do all of our pets. You were special now fly hi with your sister and mother watch over us all. We will meet again. Love momma did I and papa Chet.Suzanne heater arnettGeorgtown ohio, OhioFebruary 17, 2019
10/10/2002 - 2/15/2019Rosie was my loving cat companion for the past 16 years. She was affectionate, funny, and very devoted. She loved to snuggle on our shoulders, sleep at our feet, and warm herself in front of the fireplace. She will be greatly missed and always hold a special place in our hearts. I know that someday I will be reunited with her at the Rainbow Bridge. Many thanks to Dr. Colin Parrott, Rosie's vet, for many years of loving care.Julie WilliamsExcelsior, MinnesotaFebruary 17, 2019
4/3/2005 - 2/16/2019It feels wrong without Teddy being here. He was so much more than a pet. He was our best friend and always there for us. I didn’t want to put him down but at the same time I couldn’t stand seeing him in pain and confused and agitated and the thought of him getting worse made my heart hurt more. I know we did the right thing because you’re now how I’ll always remember you- agile, cuddly, always following us to cuddle or get a walk in. There will never be a dog as sweet, patient, and amazing as you. We love you so much Teddy. Thank you for making our lives so much better.Stacey BraunNoblesville, IndianaFebruary 17, 2019
4/3/2012 - 2/10/2019Bozwell, it's been the longest week for all of us since you've been gone. Your soul mate Kali and daughter "V" miss you terribly and haven't been the same. Hope you're running and having fun just like you did as a pup up above. Guard the Gates above big guy till I see you again, Love MomJenelle BentonGLOVERSVILLE, NYFebruary 17, 2019
Brown Dog
1/10/2002 - 2/9/2019Brown Dog. If you know me you knew about him. He was an unexpected gift in my life, from the day I decided he would be a part of the family, his unconditional love started and it remained until his very last breath. He became my best friend. He wasn’t a cuddly dog, he was the dog that could be found not far away. His love and loyalty got me through a lot of rough times in my life. I’ve lost relatives and friends, but losing him is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to go through. After I made the appointment with Lap of Love, I realized this was it I was about to lose him and everything that was important about him flooded every part of my brain. After I called Lap of Love and made the appointment, I just sat with him for the rest of the day and through the night and the next day until he wasn’t with me anymore. The best way I could repay him for his love, loyalty and friendship was to go through Lap of Love. Allowing him to pass away at home on the futon we had slept on for the last year, was most beautiful and dignified thing l could have done for him. Outside of my husband and my kids, Brown Dog was the living being I gave more of myself to than any other person on this planet. I praise God for this precious gift He gave me because Brown Dog was always there for me. He went through countless moves, a divorce and 2 deployments with me. He was always there no matter what he would be waiting for me. I give God all the praise and thanks for allowing me 16 1/2 years to love and be loved by this amazing dog.Cara TauroGrove City, OhioFebruary 16, 2019
3/9/2019 - 2/15/2019Dear Miller,
Our sweet girl. We first want to thank God for giving you to us for almost 14 years. We were so truly blessed to be chosen as your pet parents. Secondly, we want to thank you, our “first baby”, for filling our lives with your unconditional love and loyalty. You were by our side whenever we were together, you comforted us when we were sad or sick, you made us laugh and kept us on our toes! Mommy will miss our runs (and then walks in your later years). We never thought we’d miss your dog hair all over the house, but we do! Everyone loved you! You had this presence that made us feel whole. Our family started when you arrived and you protected and cared for the kids like they were yours, because they were! We are going to miss you terribly and their is an emptiness in our hearts. But, we do know that you are waiting for us in heaven, and when those pearly gates open for us, you will be there to greet us with kisses. We love you sweet girl. Now go run free, jump in lake and swim for hours, chase geese, run with sticks, play with your friends and know that you were and will always be truly loved. Love, Mommy, Daddy & the kids
Sommer KordewickHurst, TexasFebruary 16, 2019
1/25/2019 - 2/12/2019On February 12th, our faithful companion, Belah Dog, passed away. She went very peacefully at our home with my husband and I by her side. She was the best dog till the very end. We can not say enough amazing things about her. She lived a long beautiful life. 15 years old. She is extremely missed...we have lost a dog but gained a guardian angel.Madeleine MorackCharlotte, North CarolinaFebruary 16, 2019
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