Pet Memorials
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5/9/2014 - 3/24/2019Chinook, you were a beautiful, sweet, gentle and loving spirit. We are grateful for the love we were able to pack into the years we had together.Danette CathcartPottstown, PennsylvaniaMarch 25, 2019
7/4/2019Maks…I fell in love with you from day 1. You helped me through a very hard time in my life and NOW I'm going through those same emotions because I've lost you. I never heard of the "Rainbow Bridge " before, but I can't wait when the time comes to meet you there. You were a GOOD dog my friend.Jim Klusman JrPhila, PennsylvaniaMarch 17, 2019
10/15/2013 - 2/10/2019Sandra J. Pants (Sandy) was our best friend for six years. She was a spunky girl who loved nothing more than cuddling on the couch and following us everywhere we went. Sandy was so incredibly smart, loving, and loyal. Our babygirl is missed every day, and remembered always.Lauren HaleyFeasterville-trevose, PennsylvaniaMarch 16, 2019
3/1/2002 - 3/9/2019Since we were married in '02, Syba went with us on cross-country tours to clubs we played with our band (where someone tried to feed her a shot of whiskey once -- big mistake, she preferred beer), on hikes, to our film screenings, to bars ... everywhere. She was highly social and gentle with cats and other animals. Her main fault was her appetite for compost, garbage, and scraps. Other than finding stray bones on the street, she was vegan most of her 17 years, eating Nature's Recipe kibble and cans mostly, as well as veggies and other plant-based treats. She was in remarkable condition for her age, still climbing stairs at 17 and running and playing. We called her the "prozac dog" because she was always happy (except for riding in our VW camper van). We credit her longevity to frequent walks, running in the fields, social life, being home with her (working from home), her diet, and just plain old good luck and genetics.
Our home is incomplete without her here.
Eleni and Rob VlachosPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaMarch 11, 2019
3/29/2004 - 3/4/2019Troopie, you will be missed by everyone who had ever met you because you loved everyone. We will miss you always happy to see us when we came home even if it we were only gone for a few minutes. Just looking at your little face would make me smile. Doggie heaven is a brighter place with you there. Miss you so much. 💔Lisa, Charlie, Brian TomaselloHammonton, New JerseyMarch 6, 2019
Printcess Maggie Mae
2/15/2005 - 2/27/2019My sweet baby girl . . . We have truly been blessed with a dog that has had such an impact not only on our lives but others as well. Maggie Mae was the biggest camera ham. She saw a camera . . . she posed for it!! I own a printing company Hence her TITLE "PrintCess". I took Maggie with me to work every single day. She never called in sick and was there to greet everyone with a loving bark and a please please pet me attitude. She acted like she never had attention which of course made her get even more attention (she was definitely a master manipulator of that). Funny though people would just walk into my shop to visit Maggie Mae . . . I was the after thought :). She had love for everyone.

Tennis Balls . . . lol . . . She was crazy about her tennis balls. She always had either a tennis ball or a toy or BOTH in her mouth at the same time. Many times she would fall asleep with the ball or toy in her mouth. When it snowed she would beg you to throw her tennis ball so she could dig it out of the snow. Then on the other hand she would literally throw her ball into the pool . . . but she wouldn't go in to get it. She would try hard to will it back to her or cry until someone in the pool would actually fetch it for her. She was a clever!

I honestly could go on and on about Maggie Mae. My sweet PrintCess you are so missed. We have a hole in our hearts but we know you are at peace. We love you . . . and know you are running around pain free and have all the tennis balls you wish for.
Judy LoftusFeasterville-Trevose, PennsylvaniaFebruary 28, 2019
12/30/2002 - 2/22/2019After 16 years of true loyalty my bestfriend is now resting in peace. Everyday you have been by my side, the ups and downs, the pretty and ugly, it was always you and I left standing together at the end of every life event I experienced as an adult. You kept me fit and on my toes by running after you every time you found ways to escape and kept me strong each time you walked me, your name speaks for itself. I would have never made it this far without you Diesel. You showered me with unconditional love, protected me from anything or anyone you believed would do harm to me. You gave me hope when I thought it couldn’t get any worst. We traveled across the country together and all though they tried, no one could keep us apart until now. You will always live on in my heart Diesel.Taina EstremerPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaFebruary 24, 2019
4/10/2003 - 2/16/2019Butchy has spent almost 16 years with our family. He has been a loyal little guy who adored his family.
Our hearts are broken but we believe he has gone to meet his big sister Sparky. He will be forever in our hearts.
Until we meet again.
Mary Griffith-AlfaranoNorth Wales, PennsylvaniaFebruary 18, 2019
Theodora Bear
6/5/2004 - 2/13/2019Theodora Bear "Teddy Bear"
Your big brown eyes will forever be in our hearts. You were always an old soul with so much love to spread around our family. Everyone loved you, Teddy Bear. Your little nubby tail would wiggle and shake your whole was the cutest thing ever.
Denise & Norman VoskoGlassboro, New JerseyFebruary 15, 2019
6/13/2010 - 1/15/2019Alli we miss you so much it’s overwhelming. You gave us 8+ years of unconditional love and we wish we had more. Although you were too young & we didn’t have enough time with you, we’re so lucky we got what we had. You left a hole in our lives when you left & our only solace is knowing that your pain is gone and there will be no more suffering. We will all miss you always. Run free Alli Bear.Melissa StephanDrexel Hill, PennsylvaniaJanuary 16, 2019
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