Pet Memorials
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1/27/2005 - 10/17/2019Cero was with me for my entire adult life. I adopted her in college and named her Zero after Jack Skellington’s dog. She grew with me through my last years of college and 13 years of teaching. She grew with me as I became a mom to 3 children. She moved with me many times. She loved me and I loved her. My kids and I are going to miss her immensely. Mi youngest daughter told her “te amo, mi Cerito” before she passed yesterday and my son said “adios Cero” as we left the empty house this morning, my oldest and I exchanged looks and silently decided to let him say goodbye to our Cero even if she wasn’t there.

Te amamos, Cerito. Ya te extraño.
Ashley ChacónBerwyn, IllinoisOctober 18, 2019
6/2/2008 - 6/26/2019Never have the words except for thank you for your understanding and unconditional love. Thanks for the good times. Thanks for the birds. Thanks for the smiles and the laughter. But most of all thanks for always being my best friend. Until I get there please keep my spot in the duck blind warm and I will carry you in my heart in a hole that can never be filled - till we see each other again.... Be a good girl and daddy loves you.Andrew MosherWeatherford, TexasJune 27, 2019
7/4/2006 - 4/3/2019My heart aches so badly with the loss of our precious boy, Blackjack. He was such a loving, loyal, happy-go-lucky furry baby....who loved everyone...both skin and fur...young and old...and everyone loved him, too. His "happy place" was always outside, laying in the sun down at the palapa by the water, swimming in the river/bay, and running and playing with his furry brother, Bodhi, and lots of his furry cousins. He loved being with everyone at our many family gatherings...always so happy just to "be"..... for all of his 13 years. We knew in our hearts that he would have to leave us one day soon, but we find much peace and comfort in knowing that he is now young and healthy again....running and playing in paradise over the Rainbow Bridge...and that we will be together again one day. Fly High, Sweet Baby, Fly High. You are FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS!John and Renee' GriggsHighlands, TexasApril 4, 2019
8/6/2000Thank you Dr. Tina for your warm and caring touch during a difficult decision. It was a blessing to have Lap of Love in our lives. Our Boomer deserved a peaceful passing being able to maintain what makes him Boomer. We chose to do this on our terms instead of waiting for an emergency to happen. Thank you again for giving us this last gift for our best friend.Gina SewellHouston, TexasMarch 30, 2019
3/8/2005 - 3/18/2019Easiest hard decision ever made.Houston, TexasMarch 20, 2019
3/2/2008 - 3/9/2019Hannah Clare, you will always be our special girl and we can't wait until the day we get to see you again.Maxine AguilarLeague City, TexasMarch 13, 2019
4/12/2005 - 12/14/2018Jordan was an amazing companion. She loved everyone she met, people and doggies alike. She will forever live in our hearts and we miss her everyday.Holly GriffithCypress, TexasDecember 18, 2018
12/23/2002 - 11/4/2018You were loved every day. You are missed every day. We still look for you and even though we're sad, just the thought of you makes us smile. You were happy, serene, and knew you were loved. Your smile would always show that. You loved getting pets and love from everyone, especially children. You were so patient with little ones. I hope you're chasing birds and squirrels and learning to get along with other dogs. You will always be my best sweet-girl ever. Thank you for 15.5 years of unconditional love and companionship.Sam RangelPearland, TexasDecember 8, 2018
Manny Valastro
1/1/2007 - 10/31/2018A loving and loyal pet who made our family more complete. I am so glad God sent him to us to bring so much love and joy into our lives and to let us give him the same which he deserved so greatly.

"Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened." Anatole France
Claudia ValastroDickinson, TexasNovember 4, 2018
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