Pet Memorials
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6/9/2008 - 6/19/2019My sweet, handsome little man! I love you and miss you with all my heart.
Wait for me at the Rainbow Bridge!
Stacy AlbertMonroeville, PennsylvaniaJune 30, 2019
3/31/2009 - 6/25/2019Beau was pure bred Rottweiler, we rescued him because of his breed ...they are cute when they are puppy ! But when they get big and overprotective they get judged!!! They are the most loyal loving breed of dogs ..that’s the reason we rescued him .Brigitte BilodeauCanonsburg, PennsylvaniaJune 28, 2019
9/1/2004 - 6/24/2019"How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard"-- AA Milne and "Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened"-- Dr. Seuss both pretty much sum it up. It was very hard to let Sady go but the way it was handled was somber, peaceful and dignified. She was tired and ready to let go..She lived a life so loved! She was loyal, funny and a beautiful addition to our family for almost 15 years. Run free beautiful angel. I will love and miss you every one of my remaining days.McMurray, PennsylvaniaJune 25, 2019
6/1/2002 - 6/12/2019Seventeen years ago, I was very lucky to be chosen by this little girl. I remember sitting on the floor, petting all of the kittens my aunt had rescued from a litter that had been born outside, and this little bossy tortie climbed right up onto my lap and refused to leave. From then, I knew that I was this little girl's human, and I was so very lucky for that.

I bottle-fed her as a baby and I cared for her in her senior years. And she saw me through some of my worst moments. Whenever she heard me cry, she'd run over and ask for pets and she would cheer me up. When I was writing at my desk, she would complain until I let her sit behind me, sharing my chair and meowing at me to pet her (she never really understood that she could get pets more easily if she was sitting on my lap!). She weirdly seemed to understand English and I knew all of her meows, so we could have long conversations that made everyone else laugh. She loved playing with ice cubes and she hated if you touched her ears. She loved getting brushed, but only if you focused on her face. She would tap my arm to get my attention, and if I was too slow to respond, she would huff indignantly at me. She was a smart, sassy, beautiful soul, and she had so many amazing, beautiful quirks that I will miss so very much.
Vicki HoskinsPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJune 19, 2019
4/10/2010 - 6/16/2019Rest in Peace our sweet boy. My heart dog. Our Jasper. You were our everything and always will be.Lisa BartelPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJune 18, 2019
3/1/2005 - 3/22/2019We miss you every day, sweet girl.Megan SeibelNorth Strabane, PA, PennsylvaniaJune 17, 2019
3/10/2008 - 6/9/2019Odin was a big, sweet boy who came into our lives and showed us all what love was about. He never met a ball he didn’t love and his idea of a fun game was to keep the ball away from you. Having no manners when he came to us, he was a quick learner. He chewed on his toys only and you could leave a roast on the counter and he wouldn’t so much as look at it, however anything on the floor was fair game. A true gentleman, he charmed everyone he met and his passing has touched so many. Words just cannot describe how special he was and how much we grieve for him. His love changed us all and we are better for having known him.Linda RodriguezPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJune 12, 2019
12/15/2005 - 5/29/2019Cooper was an amazing sweet sweet boy from the time we brought him into our family! He was always a very loving dog that followed us everywhere we went. He was so well behaved that we got comments of how great he was his entire life. We had the pleasure of having him as a part of our family for over 13 years and yet that was still not nearly enough time. We will miss him for the rest of our days and feel blessed to have had him with us while we could.Jennifer InksPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMay 31, 2019
Hope Aluise
12/24/2015 - 5/28/2019We have no real idea of how old Hope was. To our best guess around 15. Hope loved being at home, in her bed. She enjoyed sitting in the sun by the front door, and on the patio. She loved carrots, cucumbers, beans, chicken jerky, and freeze dried fish. But most of all she loved her humans. Hope will be sadly missed by her mommy and daddy, Kim and Vince Aluise. Her human sister and brother Rachel and Vincie Aluise, and her dog brother Shivers. She will also be missed by her Grandma Rose, J.T. Grondwalski, Christina Hlasnik, and all those that knew and loved her joyous little heart. She is proceeded in death by her dog sister, Roxy Jones Aluise.Kimberly AluiseNatrona Heights, PennsylvaniaMay 29, 2019
1/11/2004 - 5/11/2019Our best friend, my heart, my boy crossed the Rainbow Bridge May 11, 2019. He drifted off to sleep and crossed the bridge in our home, in my husband’s arms with me kissing his head, and surrounded by family that loved him so much. Our home and our lives will never be the same. There are no words that can describe how we are feeling now. Our little family is now one member less and our home so quiet without Jake’s raspy bark or his little nails heard across the kitchen floor. Jake was our first rescue. He was almost a year old when we brought him from the shelter. He brought so much laughter, love, and happiness into our lives. He was more than a dog; he was a very special boy who touched all who met him. He was my shadow. He would lick my tears away when I cried, and dance with me when I was happy. For nearly15 years he was such a huge part of our family. He was kind, loving, compassionate, funny, smart, adoring and loyal until his last breath. His presence is missed so much in my home, and very missed in our lives. We feel a very large hole in our hearts that cannot seem to be filled. We miss you so much, Jake (my bugga shooz). But, run free and be happy and healthy again. We love you always, my sweet prince and we will see you again at the Rainbow Bridge. ❤️🐾❤️🐾❤️.Pamela and Joe FalconaPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMay 20, 2019
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