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11/17/2014 - 11/27/2020Braxton, you were the best, most loyal and loving, sweet and caring dog in the world. We will forever miss you and pray that you know how loved you are.Jessica BickfordChoctaw, OklahomaNovember 30, 2020
11/20/2008 - 9/12/2020My sweet boy Jasper was the heart and soul of our home. He will be forever missed. My heart hurts terribly but I know I will see him again someday and when that day comes he will be whole and healed. Lap of Love, and specifically Dr. Lisa Rodin made the experience of saying goodbye so calm and peaceful. I never would have believed it was possible. My sweet boys passing was the heartbreaking but it was also peaceful. Dr. Rodin showed me and Jasper so much compassion and respect in this difficult time and I will be forever grateful to her for this. After my boy has passed Dr. Rodin treated his body with respect as she wrapped him in a soft fleece blanket. She did not cover his head and she let me spend as much time as I needed with him. Rest In Peace my sweet, gentle boy. I love you so much.Whitney MeyersMoore, OklahomaSeptember 16, 2020
4/23/2011 - 8/29/2020Thor was our sweet boy. He was loving and loyal. He is leaving a huge whole in our family and in our hearts.Renee BroceusNorman, OklahomaAugust 31, 2020
1/1/2001 - 7/24/2020Stinkerbell got her wings in the sunshine, breeze and grass in the yard she chose to be her home after blessing us for almost all of her 19 years. Dr. Lisa Rodin made her send-off absolutely perfect.Melissa MouldNewalla, OklahomaJuly 29, 2020
4/10/2003 - 6/23/2020Zoey was the best most loving dog I have ever known. We never realltrained her she just always wanted to please so she just did as we said. She will be missed by so many.Katie WarnerYukon, OklahomaJune 24, 2020
2/14/2006 - 5/30/2020Blayze was so sweet. He never met a stranger he didn't like. He had a way of loving people, and saying things just by looking in his eyes. He always knew what you were feeling, and would always be there for comfort and love. He had a way of making you feel and know, that everything Is going to be alright. Saying goodbye to him was one of the hardest things I’ve had to do, but I am so thankful for Lap of Love to help me show him mercy and give him a dignified and peaceful passing. He loved playing with other dogs and “trying” to “play” with the cats! Lol he loved them, they didn’t love him so much. He loved watching us pick veggies and eating the carrots in the garden and loved playing in the kiddie pool! He loved peanut butter and French fries! Lol he loved the snow and rolling in it! He brought so much Joy to our lives. We will miss him forever!Brooke NeilMustang, OklahomaMay 31, 2020
Roosevelt The Doodle
12/10/2012 - 5/27/2020Roosevelt was a perfect dog. He was dealt a tough hand - bladder cancer took him way too soon.

He walked without a leash, he didn't bark and he was very disciplined around other dogs. We would let him out in the front yard to do his business, and he wouldn't wander off - he always came back to the front door when he was done. He forced introductions with neighbors because of his outgoing personality. He was a major snuggler, loud dreamer and he lover of people and all animals. Our house and our hearts are empty without him. We we're very lucky to have him for the short amount of time we did.
Matthew WeberOklahoma City, OklahomaMay 28, 2020
2/7/2004 - 5/20/2020Truvy, aka FattyPants, SmoochyPants, HoneyBear, Schoompsy, Trubacca, Are You &%^$ing Kidding Me?, etc. You were the light of my life for 10 long years. From the moment I saw that sweet face that just needed another chance at life I knew we were going to have a lot of adventures together. You were the canine embodiment of me, an extension of my personality. You would eat anything, sleep anywhere, always down for a roadtrip, loved visitors anytime of day or night. We traveled, we moved cross country, we rode on strange buses, cars and trains together, and even a scooter once. You were always so adaptable and it made loving you so easy. I know you held on until you knew I was ready. I wouldn't be who I am or where I am in life without your constant love and listening ear to keep me going. Through every new apartment, new boyfriend, new job, you were there to put your head in my lap and remind me that you were going to be the constant that I could count on in case this new adventure didn't work out, and that made it all okay. I could face whatever happened because I knew you'd be there if it all blew up, and you were. You taught me patience (seriously, must you SNIFF EVERY SQUARE INCH OF THE YARD BEFORE YOU PEE?). You taught me love, and you taught me that good and wonderful things may not last, but the memory of them always will. You made me who I am today. You will always be a part of me. I will carry you in my heart forever. I love you my sweet girl.Fallon BrooksOklahoma City, OklahomaMay 21, 2020
11/1/2006 - 3/18/2020There’s a 75-lb hole in our heavy hearts tonight. 1/4 of our little family went to Heaven today. Our big, yellow dog, my Chip crossed the Rainbow Bridge at 5:36PM. It’s hard to summarize nearly 14 years of Life with this amazing gift from God that was our family member. His presence in our lives truly encompassed more than words. He has been a Light during so many of Life’s complex moments. Chip was always waiting with a bright smile & warm hug. He’s truly the best hugger. He loved to “go to work” each morning with me, often beating me to my office. Chip also loved to help bake cakes, open Christmas stockings, play frisbee golf, & help “clean” the kitchen floor.Melissa & James Huelsman-KernsMoore, OklahomaMarch 19, 2020
Rufus Aka Pooh Bear
9/20/1994 - 3/9/2020Our sweet Rufus you gave us so much joy and happiness we will miss you so much.SHERRI MYERSOklahoma City, OklahomaMarch 12, 2020
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