Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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Daisy Marie
7/29/2007 - 7/1/2019Sweet baby Daisy, our house is not the same without you in it. We all miss you dearly, and hope you are smiling down from heaven. You will forever be in my heart.Elizabeth HammondLas Vegas, NevadaJuly 3, 2019
Sasha
10/1/2003 - 6/29/2019My soul mate, ride or die best friend. Almost 16 years of an amazing life and I am missing her terribly.

I will love you forever. Always, Mama and Sashy forever. ❤
Corinne McGarveyLas Vegas, NevadaJune 30, 2019
India
12/31/2003 - 6/11/2019India (AKA Endymion's For Auld Lang Syne) passed peacefully at noon on June 11, 2019. She is survived by her loving human parents and her Springer brother William. She had several medical issues, and fought them all with determination and strength, but in the end the worst of them overcame her. It was so hard to let her go, but she was very, very tired, and it was time. We could see it in her eyes. Run free, my darling girl.Vicky BroganLas Vegas, NevadaJune 13, 2019
Susie Labate
8/11/2007 - 6/2/2019We had Susie since she was 4 weeks old, We bottle fed her, and loved her more than anything in the world, she passed away on 06/02 2019 she was going to turn 12 years old on 08/11/2019, she was the most beautiful girl, the house feels so empty, Susie kept us busy bossing us around, telling us to get he breakfast get her lunch and get her dinner, She was the Boss of the house, She loved squeaky toys mostly stuffed animals, I can't believe shes gone, I feel like someone ripped my heart out, I have a lump in my throat, trying to hold back my tears, we miss her more than life itself, Its not the same without her, We miss you Susie and you will always be in our hearts and our souls, I love you and I miss you, And I can't wait to see you again and spend eternity with you and all my babies that passed. We love you Susie.Rinaldo LaBateLas Vegas, NevadaJune 3, 2019
Jager
8/30/2010 - 5/11/2019You do not realize just how much of a presence a dog can make until they are gone. Boy did Jager have a big presence and I do not think I will ever be the same as he left such a big mark on my aching heart. I sleep with the last toy you played with so I can keep the memory of how happy you were with me.
Wherever I was you were always there with a toy in your mouth just wanting to play.
You were there when I came home with a happy wagging butt that was saying mom's home and I am couldn't be happier!
I hope above all else that I made Jager's life as happy and as wonderful as he made mine.
I do hope they let people over the rainbow bridge to visit...Till then Jager I miss my baby boy so much....
Kathy SanucciLas Vegas, NevadaMay 25, 2019
Bernie Brillo
1/7/2013 - 5/12/2019Bernie Brillo was known to have no interest in toys, preferring any form of paper bags and cardboard as his entertainment. His old soul garnered intelligence in an unassuming and reserved manner, pondering everything before deciding on anything. He made friends with everyone who met him and there were many who contributed to his short life, with a team effort involved in his out-of-state rescue, to his heartworm treatment on arriving home by his phenomenal vet, Dr. Wagner. Bernie was between 1-3 when we met, and shared with me some of the best and definitely the most challenging years of my life in our six years together. He enjoyed an avid proclivity to secretly remove, hide and bury objects of his intrigue: rags, socks, towels, even blankets, and sometimes an occasional bone. His Aunt Ellen was known for surprising Bernie with interesting treats, gifted beds, and of course love and accompanied him (and me) on each one of Bernie's visits after his diagnosis, surgery through gifted Dr. Taylor, and subsequent compassionate oncologist, Dr. Burr. Although he had no words, his relationships and caring were realized on an intrinsic level.Geraldine SandmanHenderson, NevadaMay 18, 2019
Roko
8/27/2007 - 5/15/2019Roko was a special boy that brought joy and happiness to our life and everyone he met. My Big boy Gentle Giant was a huge lover and Loved to be touched and when you stopped petting a large paw would inform you that it was not acceptable. We picked Roko and his sister Kahlua out of a litter and brought them home at 8 weeks old. They were so tiny at 12 and 14lbs. They grew so fast and Roko was 190lbs at his peak weight, Kahlua was at 150lbs. Roko turned heads where ever he went and people Loved him, both him and his sister would travel to my pawnshops and go to work with us every day. Three years earlier we lost his sister Kahlua to Cancer and he went through a huge depression and lost 50lbs. It was so sad seeing my Big boy unhappy. We went on a search for a little sister and chose a Brindle Bulldog named Tigress. She was 12 weeks old when we brought her home and she lit the light in Roko's eyes again. It was as if he was a puppy again and brought tears of joy. We then added Bubbles another 12 week old bulldog to the pack 3 months later. He was the Big brother and they all had the typical sibling Love and Hate relationships. Roko came short of celebrating his 12th Birthday, but lived a long and glorious life as a Loved Mastiff. I cried my eyes out for three days now, but I know that he is running and chasing his sister Kahlua and waiting for all of us to reunite.JARROD MCCLUNGLas Vegas, NevadaMay 16, 2019
Daisy May
9/24/2010 - 5/13/2019Daisy Mae will live in my heart forever. She changed it so many lives throughout the years. Daisy help me through a lot of struggles in my life and if it wasn’t for her I think that I would’ve just given up. She gave me a purpose and a reason to keep going. She was my best friend. Daisy will be remembered forever in my heart. It’s not goodbye it’s I’ll see you later.Melody PyleLas Vegas, NevadaMay 15, 2019
Gipper
12/1/2006 - 5/10/2019Our sweet Gipper was ready but we were not. We would never be ready for being without our loving and handsome boy. The day was coming, we knew, after he was diagnosed with hemangio sarcoma back in January 2019. We prayed for whatever ‘quality of life’ time that we could get with him and we were blessed with 3 months of relatively good days. Dedicating his days to doing everything he loved and experiencing the life he enjoyed for 12 1/2 years was hopefully our final gift to him. Saying goodbye was the toughest thing we’ve ever had to do but were lovingly guided by Dr. Toby from Lap of Love. Our at home experience in saying goodbye was everything we could have asked for in giving Gipper a calm and peaceful sendoff. HIs life was well lived and he gave us more love and loyalty than could ever have been imagined. There is nothing greater than a dog’s love and for that, we will be forever grateful that he chose us to share his life with. Gipper was our constant companion in everything that we did and we miss him beyond words. His life is free of pain and suffering now and we know that he is running playfully and happily on the other side of that rainbow bridge until our reunion again someday. The love and joy he brought to our lives far outweighs the pain we feel now. We wouldn’t have missed it for the world and will forever hold him in whatever is left of our hearts that he didn’t take with him when he passed. Heaven gained a special angel. We love you forever, Gip! Scramble one good buddy.Denise DitsworthLas Vegas, NevadaMay 11, 2019
Bismarck
10/22/2014 - 4/30/2019Bismarck was not just an ordinary dog, he was a member of our family. We got Bismarck as a brand new puppy and soon realized that he was incredibly intelligent and loving. Although he really didn't discriminate in loving each of our family members, he truly was a companion and playmate to our youngest daughter Madison. He would play hide and seek with her, knowing just how to wait and then head off to find her when she was ready. He was the first to let us know when we had a guest with his scary little bark, only to be the first to go in for loves and pets to anyone that would take the time to love on him. In his last years he spent most of his days right beside my office chair, snoring away. Our evening routine was always to have him right beside us on the couch watching our favorite shows.Lisa and Roger WeingardtLas Vegas, NevadaMay 1, 2019
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