Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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
Bob
10/30/2018 - 8/28/2018Bob The Greyhound has gone over the Rainbow Bridge. He loved unconditionally and always looked to the bright side of things.

Bob was my friend, confidant and companion. No other has equalled his loyalty and love.
Peter OdellHouston, TexasAugust 30, 2018
Gigi
8/13/2018GiGi is our latest angel to cross the Rainbow Bridge. Dr. Tina thank-you for helping us through, you are wonderfulSandra HawkinsonSanta Fe, TexasAugust 30, 2018
Delilah
4/13/2006 - 8/12/2018Sweet Dee~We knew our time with you would be brief and we made the most of our time together. Miss you like crazy and giving you hugs and kisses.Jeanie HanzalKaty, TexasAugust 16, 2018
Sadie
5/15/2010 - 7/22/2018Sadie, we will love you forever. We rescued you, but really you rescued us. Thanks for bringing so much love and so many smiles into our lives.Gina CovellPearland/Houston, TexasAugust 3, 2018
Addie
8/13/2002 - 7/8/2018Addie Dog! The Big Dog. Baby Girl. I miss you so much. You were such a rough girl but with the gentlest heart. Never mean. Always a happy girl. You got along with all kinds of cats and your late brother-dog, Elbe (photo below). The only thing you didn't like was people on bicycles. I miss your constant companionship, our trips recycling, to the park, bank, or just looking at Christmas lights. I miss bring you home a soft flour chicken taco. I miss your kisses. I believe you knew you were deeply loved and are missed terribly by so many.
Dr. Tina was so kind and gracious to us. She made this difficult time bearable. I experienced Dr. Tina as not only a skillful professional DVM but a warm, supportive and caring person with a personal gift of working with pet hospice.
Rhonda CamposTexas City, TexasJuly 12, 2018
Gabe
5/21/2005 - 6/8/2018Gabe, we miss you so much. It feels so empty not having your smiling face always keeping us company. I worked in the garden today, and missed you staying right by my side the whole time, making sure I was safe. You were the sweetest dog ever. If anyone was afraid of dogs, they just needed a few minutes with your gentle spirit to change their mind. I will forever remember you sprinting back to us every time we called you home, tongue flapping out the side of your mouth and your ears flying in the wind. And napping right next to my little girl. Thank you for protecting her. My sweet doggy. You brought me so much joy.Suzanna HellingerTomball, TexasJune 13, 2018
Tom tom
3/7/2001 - 6/7/2018Tom was a very good Tom cat. He was the boss, but never a mean boy. He was very patient and kind to the other kitties and even dogs that were part of his family. He never tried to bite or scratch anyone. He was great around kids. He loved being petted and his toys. He was even trying to play with his toys up to a few weeks before his passing. We take comfort in the belief he is able to play and run painfree and free from the constant thirst and discomfort that came from years of kidney disease. Run free and play,Tom. Until we meet again.... your family: Poppa, Mommy, Nick, Derek and Cassia along with your sister Crystal and the rest of the pets.Tami & David SmithPasadena, TexasJune 10, 2018
Troy
3/2/2005 - 5/30/2018Troy was our buddy and companion for over 13 years. The house is so empty but we know he's no longer in pain.Gwyn RossiManvel, TexasJune 4, 2018
Lady
4/4/2002 - 5/19/2018Our precious Lady passed away last saturday May 19th about 3 o' clock in the afternoon. There’s no word to describe how close Lady was and will always be to our hearts. She was a part of the family, my closest friend, understood me when I felt alone. She would follow me around everywhere just wanting to be near me. Even when her arthritis in her back legs made it harder to get up and around, she still walked into whatever room I was in and just lay there by the bed. Now that she’s gone when I get up from the couch or bed I still look for her. She was there with me through the hardest times and losses of my life, even the big change in moving to our new home. She was always there, loving every minute being a part of each of Us. Eyes full of love looking around at everyone in the room like there’s no place she would rather be. There were lots of times where our other dog Duke would want attention, and she instead would let him be and wait until it was her turn. There will never be another Lady! Never will be another dog that we loved more than Lady. It will never be the same without her, and I will never feel the same now that she’s gone...
Theres not a day that we miss her since that afternoon. She was very smart, caring and loving dog. She understood both languages, spanish and english. She knew certain commands like moving her tail in spanish (mueva la colita), give her hand sitting down (deme la mano), and laying down (hecheze), she knew very well. Lots of times I did not need to move my facial expression and by looking in her eyes she would understand. Lady enjoyed sitting around in the dirt to keep her cool and get dirty of course! Duke kept Lady active, taking care of her and play with her any time of the day! My two black furrs were together every day... They kept each other company, and comforted each other when would be cold weather outside, and when wet. Keeps me happy hoping Lady is free of her illness running and playing with no more pain!! We will Miss You LADY so much!! Your Pawprints will remain 4-ever in our hearts...Duke, Robert and I will miss you so much, and so my two sisters who loved you too Lvu LADY
Adilia ColinaHumble, TexasMay 25, 2018