Pet Memorials
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1/19/2002 - 6/4/2019Lucky has been a part of our family's life for over 17 years. He has provided and taught me and my sister unconditional love, responsibility, and what it means to have a friend. I'll never forget how every morning before school, my mom would bring Lucky into my room to wake me up serving as my own personal alarm clock! He would hilariously scratch at the bed thinking he was digging for buried treats. My sister and I went off to college and came back home intermittently to which my mom has been with him consistently since the day we brought him home as a puppy. He has provided us with so many great memories and has consistently supported us when, at times, we could not be there for one another. Lucky has taught us a lot over the years to which we will honor him by loving others just as he loved us. We love you so much Lucky and we are looking forward to our reunion in the next life.Zachary WeirMooresville, North CarolinaJune 5, 2019
Soar high Aiden, boy. You brought us nothing but joy. We love you. ❤️Charles & Paul Calvello - BoudreauCharlotte, North CarolinaMay 26, 2019
Tippy Tail
5/13/2019Six days ago I said good bye to my best friend Tippy Tail. Letting her go was the most difficult thing I have ever had to do in my 53 years. My mind knows it was the right thing to do however my heart is broken in a million pieces. I know she is with God and now able to run and play with my other dogs in heaven.

She will be missed beyond measure and I am so grateful that God thought enough of me to share her for 12 years.
Susan MCharlotte, North CarolinaMay 19, 2019
5/26/2003 - 5/8/2019Mittens - My Sweet Baby Boy,
Letting you go was by far the hardest decision of my life. You weren't just our fur baby you were my constant companion while I worked each day and my shadow, taking every step I took, when I worked in the house. I talked to you like I talk to most people. The best part of my day was waking up and snuggling in your soft fur to that sweet purring each morning and then sitting with you in the window and watching the birds fly to and from the feeders.

I hope you know that though letting you go was gut wrenching it was our love for you and the things you loved to do that allowed us to say enough is enough. It broke our hearts to see you realize you could no longer walk or jump and have to allow us to carry you to and from all your beloved spots in the house. Your sweet personality never wavered though and you never failed to purr when I entered the room. I'll never enter my office without looking for you in the window, come home from being out and long to hear your dino meow..meow...meow, and we will forever miss our best little car rider on our weekend drives to the mountains.

Fly high Sweet Boy until we see you again,

Mommie and Daddy
Scott and Elaine PeelerMount Holly, North CarolinaMay 12, 2019
3/1/2008 - 3/20/2019In loving memory of Anna who was the sweetest and most gentle girl I've ever met. Everyone that came into contact with her loved her and she was always so willing to go up and greet people. Even though I was only able to have her for 3 months, I believe she was happy and loved and taken care of. I'll miss her cuddles and kisses. I'll especially miss her tail thumping on the floor in the morning when I get out of bed. I'm just happy I was able to give her all of my love and support during this short time period. Dan and I love and miss you so much Anna. I hope you're chasing squirrels and birds in doggy heaven.Ashley HamiltonMooresville, North CarolinaMarch 20, 2019
1/25/2004 - 2/12/2019On February 12th, our faithful companion, Belah Dog, passed away. She went very peacefully at our home with my husband and I by her side. She was the best dog till the very end. We can not say enough amazing things about her. She lived a long beautiful life. 15 years old. She is extremely missed...we have lost a dog but gained a guardian angel.Madeleine MorackCharlotte, North CarolinaFebruary 16, 2019
8/20/2004 - 2/2/2019Maximus Cayo Dore was a great blessing to us in 2005. We wanted a dog to play with our Shepherd mix “Wahoo”. He was rescued from Hurricane Katrina and transferred to CHARLOTTE. Max was the lone pup in a crate at the Pets Mart on South blvd in Charlotte. He had bortedella kennel cough so we nursed him back to life with medication and he grew up to be a thriving dog. Max liked to talk a lot and loved lying in the sun in monkey grass. He loved being Wahoo’s brother and playing. We will miss him very much. He is survived by his younger friend “Marlin”, the sweet German Shepherd and Willy Cat.Mary DoreCharoltte, North CarolinaFebruary 9, 2019
8/18/2005 - 1/20/2019We had to say goodbye to our sweet Oliver. He gave us over 13 years of love, happiness, and unwavering companionship. He was huge part of our family and we miss him everyday. Rest In Peace, our sweet Oliver. We hope you are chasing tennis balls, twirling in circles, and eating lots of pizza! Until the day we meet again, sweet baby, we will love you everyday. Memories will make us smile through the tears. You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. 💕🌈🐶Alissa MeadsCharlotte, North CarolinaJanuary 27, 2019
1/21/2019In memory of Mulan, our little diva. You are truly loved and we will always have you in our memories and our hearts forever! Love mommy & daddy!🐾❤️Barbie GHCharlotte, North CarolinaJanuary 25, 2019
9/29/2019 - 1/18/2019To Jakey; we rescued one another almost a decade ago. I sincerely hope that our time together erased the first tough three years of your life. Before you got sick, you were close to 120 lbs so 13 years for a big pup is a good run. And the fact that you are forced my hand to make that most horrible of decisions is a credit to your constant obstinate nature. I sincerely hope that you know that I did everything possible to make your life the best it could have been as you did the same for me.

I’ll see you on the other side.
Max PedotaMatthews, North CarolinaJanuary 23, 2019
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