Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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7/15/2012 - 10/21/2018Brutus was a once in a lifetime dog, somehow he made all of us think we were his favorite. I miss him terribly.David WorthamKnoxville, TennesseeOctober 23, 2018
12/25/2003 - 10/13/2018Spencer Springer Spaniel crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on October 13th on a beautiful, sunny afternoon, in his own backyard. Our sweet boy brought so much love, joy and laughter into our lives in his 15 1/2 years we were lucky enough to have with him. Spencer’s most favorite things were:
1) playing hours of endless ball games
2) playing hose games with his sister, Lucy
3) sleeping on his Dad’s lap in his favorite chair
4) GFW’s (going for walks)

Spencer’s last day in this world he got to go for a walk at his favorite park where we’d spent many, many happy times. His favorite toy has always been tennis balls. He brought a bag of 15 tennis balls to the park. (One for each year) All three of us sat at a bench and waited for other “dog people” to walk by. Everyone was given a ball by Spencer so they could play ball games in his honor. Spencer brought joy to 15 new friends. There were many tears and hugs too.
Spencer feasted on a yummy cheeseburger picnic in his backyard, followed by hose games, of course. Once Dr. Lori Braun arrived we all feasted on chocolate birthday cake on china plates. Spencer loooved the frosting! Spencer had a wonderful, joyful day.
Betty and Randy BuholtsSalem, OregonOctober 23, 2018
Royal Champion
10/20/2004 - 10/21/2018Champ, you were the best Friend we could ever ask for you helped us walked with us played climbed trees chased after things made friends with everyone that came into the house did tricks to show off but most of all you were my Friend my guy I will miss my hugs at bed time from you I still see you walking around the house but in No pain .summer will not be the same with out you going into my pool and kicking me out so you can have it for your self...I LOVE YOU CHAMP AND YOU WILL AND ARE SO LOVED AND MISSEDNancy LaurieCheektowaga, NYOctober 23, 2018
5/6/2007 - 10/18/2018To our Stella, our Princess, our "She Who Will Not Be Ignored", thank you for the endless cuddles, assertive head nods, and endless sass and love.Stephanie HuntsmanLas Vegas, NevadaOctober 22, 2018
Grey Baby
10/21/2018We rescued Grey Baby from Little Shelter on Long Island about 4 years ago to heal from the passing of another cat, Baby. Grey Baby chose us at the shelter. She came with a stub tail, parasites, and very bad teeth. After three dental surgeries and de-worming, Grey Baby was as good as new. It took her a while to warm up to being held and loved, but she quickly became part of our family. Her favorite place was on my bed, huddled close to me. Her sweet green eyes always told me how much she loved me and how grateful she was that she had been rescued. But truthfully, it was she that rescued us. We loved that her tongue hung out of her mouth because she had so few teeth. Grey Baby crossed the rainbow bridge yesterday. We aren't completely sure why or what she had as tests were inconclusive. But we will miss her so much. There is a void where she once was. But we take comfort in knowing she is free and out of pain forever. We love you, Grey Baby.Carla SantucciHolbrook, NYOctober 22, 2018
12/16/2003 - 10/19/2018On Friday, Oct. 19, we had to say goodbye to our Sweet Bella Girl. She was my best friend, my confidant, and my fearless and true companion. When I picked her up at 8 weeks old, I had no idea how much of an impact on my life and my heart this little ball of fur would have, and how much joy she would bring to me. For the last 15 years, Bella has been by my side, and shared many joyful times, as well as licking my tears dry during the tough times. For the many many years Bella was able to run, she was my running partner, her favorite times were running by my side at dog beach in Huntington Beach, frolicking in the waves, playing with the other dogs, all while enjoying the ocean, sand and sunshine. She was relentless with her tennis ball, and would play catch for hours and hours if we let her. She never left home without a ball in her mouth no matter where we were going, just in case there was an opportunity to play ball along the way. She was forever faithful and her unconditional love was never ending. Bella suffered from cancer the last couple of years and she could not suffer any longer. Chuck and I gave her the best care we could give her until the very end. We will miss her every second of every day, until we meet again at the Rainbow Bridge. We will love you forever and ever Sweet Bella Girl!Julie UngerleiderCamarillo, CaliforniaOctober 22, 2018
9/1/2005 - 9/26/2018Remy was a beautiful dog — he was bred from show dogs and had the look of an ideal Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. What kept him from competition, however, was his temperament. As sweet as he could be up until a couple of years ago he was closer to a Tasmanian Devil than a Cavalier. My children and I have many stories of the trouble he could get into on his own or with other dogs. He had a personality that would not for one minute ever let you forget he believed he ran the world. But we agree on one thing — those memories make us smile, shake our heads and laugh. And that is how we will remember him.Parkland, FloridaOctober 22, 2018
2/11/2006 - 10/17/2018Kena went to be with her big sister, Sako. She was her own dog - having the most unique personality. To those who simply saw her from afar - she was a broad, strong, beautiful husky. To those who knew her deeper - she loved to be around people, her "growl" was affection instead of aggression, and her quirks could make you laugh and wonder what's going on inside her head. She loved her brother, Kaleb, as demonstrated by her willingness to tolerate him and the fact that they've shared one water bowl their entire lives. She was never really one for toys but her ability to consume a chew flip was unrivaled. Kena went through a lot. She had a cancerous tumor removed from the side of her head early on. Chemo ensued. Then ACL surgery on one leg. Then osteosarcoma diagnosed at age 12 in her shoulder. We wish we could have had more time with her. We love you Kena.Ken & Liz TompkinsCharlotte, North CarolinaOctober 22, 2018
9/11/2006 - 10/2/2018On October 3, 2018 we said goodbye to our sweet little clown dog Bacall. She became seriously ill very quickly and with the help of Lap of Love we were able to give her a dignified and peaceful farewell in our home. We are devastated but so very grateful for the many years we had the privilege of caring for this wonderful animal. She lives on in the beautiful memories embedded in our hearts.Connie MichaelsonPottstown, PennsylvaniaOctober 22, 2018
11/30/2004 - 10/18/2018"Rest in the sweetest peace my Daisy love." - Ashley
"Heaven gained the sweetest angel. I love you so much and can't thank you enough for all the cuddles and love over the years. I'll miss you my Daisy baby." - Megan
"I'm happy my baby girl got her wings, love you always Daisy." - Emma
"So bless to have grown up with this girl. I will miss you forever and love you always my Daisy baby." - Katelin
"Had to say the hardest goodbye to my best friend today. Thank you for growing up with me and making me smile every day for almost 14 years. Just a reminder to appreciate who have in your life, love you always Daisy." - Kristin
"I love you Daisy and will miss you always. Enjoy your wings and meet me at the Rainbow Bridge." - Mom (Moo)
"Daisy, thank you for the love that you shared with all of us. Such a great friend. Rest in peace my beautiful girl." - Dad
Donna LuceNewton, MassachusettsOctober 22, 2018
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