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3/17/2008 - 2/27/2021In loving memory of Red Wagner (Golding), aka Red Puppy. You were the brightest little ray of sunshine to enter our lives. Red was a barrel chested German Shorthaired Pointer. He needed the extra chest space for his giant, loving heart. He made everyone who met him, a dog person. Forever a ladies man, he fiercely protected both his mom for the first 8 years of his life, Lauren Golding, and his second mom for the last 5, Jennifer Wagner. He also closely guarded his tiny humans, Jace and Seth.Jennifer WAGNERTonawanda, New YorkMarch 1, 2021
Molson Golden
4/28/2016God puts dogs on this earth to teach humans about unconditional love and compassion. Our dog Molson has shown us all that, and laid his head upon our laps in comfort during some of the hardest days of our lives. Our boy crossed the rainbow bridge (and to those in WNY, he didn’t go to Canada) and gained his much deserved angel wings. As we look upon his final days, we can do so knowing he was the most awesome dog anyone could have asked for. From that precocious pup we adopted in Eagan, MN, to our companion on journeys across the country, to a proud protector of his little human siblings in Amherst, NY, we had to have him as much as he had to have us.Dawn CwierleyAmherst, New YorkFebruary 18, 2021
6/4/2004 - 2/16/2021Calvin was a good friend and companion of our for almost 16 years. We will miss him a great deal and look forward to the day when we will be together again at the Rainbow Bridge leading into Heaven.Rob and Debbie GoodlanderLockport, New YorkFebruary 17, 2021
9/1/2004 - 2/9/2021Our beloved cat Frisky passed away this week. Words can't express how much we loved our baby and the joy he brought to our family. We miss him deeply and take solace that we gave him a good life and all the love and care we could possibly give. It is so hard not seeing him in his familiar places and greeting us each day when I come home from work. We still look for him throughout the house and miss his little cries when he wanted something. We cherish the time we had with him but the pain is still very fresh.Tom LisLancaster, New YorkFebruary 14, 2021
2/11/2021My beautiful Prince. I miss you more than I can say. You were my little shadow. You followed me everywhere I went. Even when you were sick I couldn’t keep you down. You were my protector and my best friend. I miss our cuddles on the couch and the loving way you would look up at me with your beautiful brown eyes. Your brother Pierre misses you so much. This morning he looked everywhere for you. I wish I could make him understand that you are in a beautiful new place over the rainbow bridge. We will never forget you and your will to live and how you fought this terrible disease of CHF. How you never complained and endured all the changes in the past 2 years. Tony, Pierre and I love you and pray we will be together again someday.Amanda BurtisOrchard Park, New YorkFebruary 12, 2021
9/8/2009 - 2/1/2021My sweet Wayne, I will forever cherish our time together. The bond we shared enhanced my life in oh so many ways. I’m grateful for all of the love you have shared with our family. We will always miss you and love you little guy.Bethany RodgersOrchard Park, New YorkFebruary 4, 2021
4/22/2006 - 1/13/2021Missed so much from the other side of the Rainbow Bridge.Anne FanelliElma, New YorkJanuary 14, 2021
1/13/2021Oh, Sammy. The house is quieter without you. All of your brothers and sisters have been looking for you. I walked down to the kitchen this morning and realized I will never see the cupboard door open again after you decided to hide in there. Dad and I miss you every second. I pray that you've met up with Magic and Dakota by now, and you're all playing nicely. Until we meet again, you will always be in my heart. I love you.JILLINA KWIATKOWSKIDEPEW, New YorkJanuary 14, 2021
Maggie Joe
1/13/2006 - 1/6/2021Frankie (AKA Beast, One good looking dude, Mr. Frank, Franklin, Mama's monkey, Crazy dog, Mommy's sweet angel),

As we sit here writing this, tears pouring down our face, we would give anything to have you back even for one more day. But that would be selfish, we never wanted you to suffer. So we did the unselfish thing and we let you go to run free. You lived a great fifteen years, lived like a King. Before we said our goodbyes we had twelve hours to enjoy with you, to give you all we had. To laugh, to cry, to hold you, to feed you anything you wanted, and boy did you love to eat!! We even gave you a bath that day. It wasn't your favorite, and we knew your body was getting tired. But we wanted to make sure you looked your best when you got to puppy heaven!

You brought so much joy to our family from the very first day we brought you home fifteen years ago. You touched a lot of hearts along the way. At the park the kids used to come and say, "can we pet him, he's cute!". And how you loved to take long walks with your daddy at the park. Sometimes I had to yell at daddy and tell him that he's going to far, but you wanted to keep going. You loved to help daddy with yard work by watching him and we knew who was really in charge. Daddy would send me pictures titled "the foreman is in charge". We knew who was the boss of the house, and we wouldn't have it any other way. How you used to sit in the window when the boys were little and wait for the school bus every afternoon. It was like clockwork. You had so much fun chasing them and their friends around the pool until you were exhausted. The memories we have of you are priceless. You have beds in every room of the house but you loved to sleep with the boys in their beds. Then they went off to college and you started to sleep in mommy's bed. I would say "let's go night night in the big boy bed" and you would sleep so peacefully. I would often listen to you snore. A few nights before you left us I videoed you in your natural state. You slept so calm and you were at peace. Could I have known that we would lose you two days later? We can be at ease knowing that you are running around and chasing all those bunnies and deer in Heaven and eating all that yummy pasta and chicken. And when you put your head down at night in your big boy bed wrapped in your Snuggie and with your football that daddy sent with you, we are at ease knowing you are resting well.

Until we are able to hold you again and get tons and tons of puppy kisses and you rest your head on our shoulder which was your favorite thing to do, know there will not be a day that goes by that we will not think of you. We will always love you sweet angel XXOO Mommy, Daddy, Mikey, Juju
Lori CampanellaGrand Island, New YorkJanuary 9, 2021
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