Pet Memorials
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5/20/2002 - 5/9/2019Our dear girl Roxy crosssed the rainbow bridge just 11 days short of her 17th birthday. To say she was the joy of our lives in an understatement. She was my husband and I's first baby and she taught us so many things about life, love and caring for others. She taught us it's ok to take a nap in middle of the living room floor; that we should enthusiastically show our love to our humans each and every time we see them (even if it's only been about 5 minutes since we saw them last!); begging sometimes does work, don't be too proud; tolerance for those that are different pays off, ex. cats and toddlers can be our friends (and share their food). Although a wise soul, we never could convince her that the mail carrier and the UPS delivery guy were actually on our side. With her help, we raised three kids, an endless stream of cats, and two puppy sisters. She was the consumate leader, always willing to show a newcomer the ropes. She never met a body of water that didn't need jumping in, or a tennis ball that didn't need chasing. She was the most awesome dog, friend, and fur child and we'll love her forever. She was preceded in death by her dear friend Lola the border collie and together now they are chasing butterflies and mailmen-shaped clouds in the sky.Dederick FamilyClarkston, GeorgiaMay 18, 2019
5/8/2005 - 5/3/2019Ditto was our first and only pet. We are going to miss her more than words can convey.Jody DyerAtlanta, GeorgiaMay 4, 2019
5/3/2003 - 4/23/2019Freckles was adopted from a farm in Louisiana as a puppy. She was the cutest basset hound with long ears that she would trip over as she ran around. She was one of the sweetest and most loyal dogs you could ever ask for. She loved going up to the Blue Ridge mountains to lay in the sun on the porch, and loved any kind of human food. She will be greatly missed by our family.Angela HillAtlanta, GeorgiaApril 26, 2019
5/6/2008 - 4/22/2019We love you buddy. You're missed deeply.Robert and Jennifer RaganJonesboro, GeorgiaApril 25, 2019
06/01/2004 - 4/12/2019Roxy was my dog soul mate and was truly a gift from God. She had an incredible personality and everyone who came into contact with her loved her. She is missed beyond words. I love you Roxy.Shawn HarlanStockbridge, GeorgiaApril 13, 2019
3/24/2006 - 4/4/2019My sweet Bonnie, Bronnie, Bronton, Brontanamo, Barney, Barnacle, Bromley. You were my best friend. You were honestly so cute you didn’t look real, I’ve seem the burliest beasts of men giggle just looking at you. I loved you so much and you had such an impact on my life. My shop will be sadder, motorcycle rides less fun, road trips longer, camping trips colder. I’ll miss you so much every day and I’ll think of you always. I am glad you’re at peace I am sorry I couldn’t make you better.Manon SopranoAtlanta, GeorgiaApril 5, 2019
10/5/2002 - 2/28/2019With loving care from Lap of Love and surrounded by her heartbroken family, my precious, little Georgia peacefully crossed the Rainbow Bridge this afternoon. After 16 wonderful, memorable, adventurous, fun-loving, effervescent years with her, my new normal is going to take a lot of getting use to. If you knew Georgia, you loved Georgia. She never missed a meal, and she would stare you down until you gave her a bite or two or three...! Always ready to walk or go for a car ride, she loved life, and she loved to lick! Wherever she went, she stole the show and relished in all the adoration and attention she received. Although she wasn’t a diva, she had a sweet and sassy attitude with a closet full of clothes and of course, her very own pearl necklace. She grew up with my children and shared some of the happiest moments of our lives. On my darkest days, she was there, too, to give the most tender affection. It has been said that “home is where someone runs to greet you.” Now, Georgia waits in our Heavenly Home where one day, she will run to greet me once again. Georgia, you will be forever on my mind and in my heart. Until we meet again, my little Lovey, I love you so.Ansley KeiserAtlanta, GeorgiaMarch 4, 2019
7/4/2006 - 2/9/2019Javi was the best little guy. Diagnosed with nasal cancer in 2017 he went on to fight it for 15 months. We were so very lucky to have that extra time with such a special little dog. Even during such a terrible illness he never lost his hilarious and loving spirit. In his final weeks when he was spending a lot more time sleeping he would still get up throughout the day to come to check on his mom and give her kisses. We desperately miss hearing his little paws walking around the house. He was one of those dogs that everyone meets and instantly loves. He loved snuggles, his stuffed carrot and being on the couch with his family. He took a huge piece of our hearts when he left.Joelle JobsonMarietta, GeorgiaFebruary 25, 2019
4/30/2019 - 2/15/2019Shadow – you were the light of my life – my soul-dog. You came into my life and totally changed every part it. You were the sweetest, most loving dog. I was so lucky to be your person. You loved everyone you met, but there was never any doubt who had first place in your doggy heart. You were truly “Mama’s Boy” and I loved the way you looked at me with complete devotion. You made my house a home, and it feels so empty without you now. For over 14 years you have been my constant companion. We had some great adventures – to the beach, the dog park, hiking at Stone Mountain, rides in the car. Most of all, I just loved hanging out, enjoying our “happy hours” and walks around the neighborhood. Saying goodbye to you was the hardest thing I’ve had to do. I miss you so much. Rest in peace my sweet boy until we meet again. I’ll love you forever.Beverly BaileyDecatur, GeorgiaFebruary 18, 2019
2/14/2000 - 2/14/2019Buddy, you were the sweetest and most loving dog ever. We will miss those soft floppy ears and the pleasure of rubbing your belly at all times. And that tail that never ever stopped wagging. Your calm and loving personality was obvious to all who had the pleasure of meeting you. Your family will miss you but we know you are in a happier place now. We love you sweet boy.Jessica SantucciDecatur, GeorgiaFebruary 16, 2019
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