Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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Isabelle Rosé Viogner
9/15/2004 - 10/3/2019My sweet Isabelle was found in a cardboard box on the side of a highway with three other puppies. She was rescued by a loving and caring vet tech where her and her siblings were taken. After a year or so she became so rambunctious that she could no longer stay where she was. That's when I was approached with the thought of rescuing her. I agreed to meet her and was instantly smitten. And after about five minutes in my home she escaped and I had to chase her around for the next hour. Little did I know that was only the beginning of her keeping me on my toes! She's was so sweet, so loving and hard to imagine that she could touch so many loves without uttering a single word! My heart is broken without her but I know that now she there are no more locked gates, leashes, collars or harness to keep her contained. I take comfort in knowing she can run around, sniff, pee every 10 feet until her hearts content. Beanie, thank you for being so amazing. I miss you terribly. We all do.Sheryl HarbaughMckees Rocks, PennsylvaniaOctober 4, 2019
4/18/2007 - 9/14/2019Our big baby Baxter! Most loyal dog, fearless defender against the mailman, best travel companion in the world! Now that you left your broken body, you can play your favorite game of fetching the stick again! No dog could come even close to your mad catching skills!
We love you fiercely and will never forget you! Go, chase those squirrels over the rainbow bridge, buddy!
Uta and Hasso WeilandLower Burrell, PennsylvaniaSeptember 16, 2019
3/17/2007 - 8/23/2019Losing you was the worst thing I've ever gone though, my sweet boy. I feel like a piece of my heart is missing and that it will never feel unbroken. I loved you as my child, as my constant companion and as my best friend. Watching you go from the vibrant and carefree pup to a sick and struggling fur baby was truly heart wrenching. The cancer took over your body, but your brain and heart were still strong and loving.

When your dad and sister and I realized that you didn't enjoy the things you loved most and struggled so terribly to just stand, go to the bathroom, and breathe, we knew we had to offer you peace. You still tried to act normal even though I know it was exhausting to just keep up with simple things. When you no longer waited at the window to bark and jump after seeing another dog outside, when you stopped trying to barrel through the door to scare the mailman or UPS delivery guy, when you stopped sniffing around the yard to find that tiny little piece of grass that was just perfect to mark and hurried inside after 4 seconds and a quick potty break, when you started to leave food in your bowl when you used to be so happy to see your dry food drop, and when you decided that "going to bed" was more of struggle than a pleasure, we knew. We knew that the things you loved to do weren't fun or possible anymore. Your life as a high-energy and curious pup wasn't going to return.

We tried as much as we could to help you. We would have spent millions if it would have saved you. Cancer just won your body, but your spirit and love for us never diminished. There have been so many times in the last week that I have spoken to you, but you weren't there. I have looked for you, but I can't see you. I can't hug your head or kiss your face or scratch your butt, or smell your fur. But, I won't ever forget what you look like, smell like or sound like. I will remember you being the strong and carefree puppy you once were. If I close my eyes, I will see you lying in your favorite spot in the family room and in the front yard. I will see the curiosity in your eyes when you see a bunny or a cat run through the yard. You are a part of me forever and ever, Rex. You may not be here in body, but I know you are here in spirit. We will never fill the void left by you. You loved us unconditionally and we loved your unconditionally. You taught us patience and how to be good parents. Thank you for your love and devotion.
I love you so, so much, my handsomest man. Until we meet again!
Courtney SullivanMcDonald, PennsylvaniaAugust 31, 2019
6/9/2008 - 8/9/2019Her angel wings were ready to be fitted but our hearts weren't ready to let go. Paw prints forever on our hearts.heather sullivancoraopolis, PennsylvaniaAugust 11, 2019
2/23/2012 - 7/23/2019Our beloved cat, SAMI dedicated his time on earth to caring for my husband and myself. We called him and his sister, Sophie, our therapy cats. We miss him everyday but we know he lives on in our hearts and soul.Blanche ScaliseMonroeville, PennsylvaniaAugust 6, 2019
9/5/2019 - 7/26/2019My Dear Yoda was a gentle, sweet and loving kitty soul from the first day I brought him home as a 3 month old kitten. He was a loyal family member,friend and companion. He always greeted me at the door with excitement and love. Even the last few days of his life when he was week, he still met me at the door. He knew when my car would be coming down the block and when I would pull up in front the the house , there he was with his soft beautiful face in the window. He graciously and openly welcomed two other kitty siblings into his home. But there was no doubt about , he was the King. We miss him dearly and he will be in our hearts forever.Jodi Peppel peppelpittsburgh/aspinawall, PennsylvaniaAugust 4, 2019
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
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