Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
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2/12/2001 - 4/10/2017With sad hearts earlier this week we said good-bye to our family dog, Jack. Jack was more than a dog, he was a member of the family (immediate, extended, framily), neighbor (Highland, Bartlesville & Avon), friend to many. At 16 years and 2 months (113 in dog years), he lived a long life. He was called Jack, Pretty Dog, Happy Jack, Jackers, Jackson, Buddy, etc. He could tell time as he would ask for his evening treat at 8 no matter what we were doing. He loved vegetables, walks, wagging his tail while dreaming and getting pets and treats. He gave lots of love and he will indeed be missed. Sharing some favorite pictures.....Avon, IndianaApril 14, 2017
02/15/2003 - 4/10/2017Casey was welcomed into our home when my brother and I were i grade school. We had the pleasure to grow up with Casey at our side. There has never been a dog so loving and loyal. I remember how excited she would be whenever one of us would return home. She would immediately put a smile on our faces, so it was impossible to be sad at home. For how tiny she was, she was also very athletic. I remember chasing her around the backyard being playing "fetch", which mostly consisted of us chasing Casey around while she ran away with the toy. We never could catch her. She loved being outside, and oh boy did she love the sun. I remember sitting outside on the front porch in the summer while she would get her tan on. It's little memories like that; they made this dog so special. She could make you feel special just by the way she looked at you when you walked through the door; she made me feel special by greeting me with love every visit I made from college. Words can't express how much our family will miss this dog or how much better our lives have been the past 14 years with her in it. Rest easy Casey.Megan MurdochIndianapolis, IndianaApril 12, 2017
1/1/2002 - 3/17/2017Darcy had been my companion for nearly 13 years. Darcy is the one whom transitioned my dwelling from a house, to a home. Darcy was full of life and love to the very end. Darcy loved being with me, all… of… the… time! Darcy was a faithful companion and hated being apart.

Darcy was curious, loved adventure, and compassionate, with a fair mix of stubbornness. Darcy was very social, loving people, other dogs and, for the most part, patient with kids. And people, dogs and kids loved her.

Darcy loved the water, but hated baths. Darcy loved car rides on warm days, but hated having to ride in the back seat. Darcy loved snuggling on cold nights, but hated being under the covers. Darcy loved going for walks at the state park, but hated being on a leash. Darcy loved me and I loved her.

I feel privileged that God would entrust a dog as wonderful as Darcy to my care. Darcy will forever live in the hearts of those she’s touched, I know she will forever live in mine.

Rest in peace my sweet Darcy, rest in peace.
Scott ShowenFrankton, IndianaMarch 26, 2017
6/30/2001 - 1/4/2017Rest in Peace, Maximus!Avon, IndianaJanuary 5, 2017
12/6/2016I am so heartbroken without you my darling Shaddie. Thankyou for always sharing "your" hotdog with me at the horse shows you accompanied me too. I will never stop loving you and pray I will see you again. My life is so sad without you here. You were the best dog and friend anyone could ever hope to have. When we adopted you, it was us that you rescued.Lynn BatesSpeedway, IndianaDecember 7, 2016
1/6/2006 - 11/16/2016Bosco, you will always be in all of our hearts. The day you passed, was one of the hardest days of my life. Some will say you were just a dog and to those people I say NO he was not. He was my fur baby, my best friend, my world! I hurt knowing your no longer here, but I also take comfort in knowing your no longer in pain. I love you my furry face! RIP my fur angel. Momma loves you!Lisa BurgerIndianapolis, IndianaNovember 19, 2016
11/3/2008 - 11/8/2016We had Peyton brighten our lives from the day before President Obama was elected to the day President-elect Trump was elected.

She lived for 8 years (turned 9 last week) and embodied exuberant hope every day. Her kidneys failed her but her spirit did not.

We love you and will miss you so much.
Bryan and Lori SirtoskyIndianapolis, IndianaNovember 9, 2016
8/22/2002 - 10/23/2016We were blessed to have this beautiful and loving dog as part of our family for nearly 11 years. When we lived in Louisville, we met a greyhound at a retired racer meet and greet that we were interested in adopting, and the adoption group came for a home visit with that dog and a second retired racer. The dog we were initially interested in was very excited and very social, and got in our daughter's face (she was 7 at the time) which scared her and made her cry. While talking to the adoption group, the second dog curled up in a tiny ball next to me on the floor and went to sleep. My wife and I talked about it after the adoption group left, and decided the calm little brindle dog that curled up next to me was the right dog for us, and Bonnie joined us at Christmas 2005.

I know many of you also love your pets like family and understand the heartbreak of losing them. She brought us 11 years of love, happiness, and snuggling, and we'll miss her terribly. I'm sure Neka and Chase, our greyhounds who came before Bonnie, were waiting for her "across the bridge" so they can all run and play together.
Jeff ByersGreenwood, IndianaOctober 28, 2016
03/07/2012 - 9/30/2016My sweet angel, I will always love u. I will miss your sitting on the couch looking out the window with ur little smile and the sun shinning down on u. I will miss ur little "piggy" waddle when u were making your rounds out in the yard. I will miss u snuggling close to me at night under the covers, and yes even your snoring! I will miss the way u threw yourself into me when u wanted to be extra close. Most of all I will miss your soft fur and the sweet kisses u gave. Run free sweet girl. Till i see u again.. Rest in Peace.Chelsie SnyderNoblesville, IndianaOctober 1, 2016
11/29/1996 - 9/30/2016Oscar was part of our family for 17 of his 19 years. He was our very first family dog. He and our kids grew up together. He was there for every first day of school for Stuart. He helped us meet so many so many new friends, when he would escape our yard as he so often did and we would have to go pick him up from other people's houses. He taught us a lot about being tolerant, being patient, unconditional love, respect for our elders, and to never pass up a good meal or a chance to take a poo! He went on over 5,000 walks with us. It was so hard to make the decision to help him crossover, but his body was failing him. He was blind, deaf, was losing weight, his back legs barely worked, he was falling frequently, he didn't really want to petted anymore. We had to preserve his dignity. Oscar crossed over peacefully to the rainbow bridge in the privacy of our home today at about 4:40PM surrounded by his favorite people. He is young again, pain free, free to run, chase the chipmunks and squirrels, eat all the yummy treats he can, and flirt with all the pretty girl dogs. I know he will be waiting for us in heaven when we get there. RIP our sweet old man, Oscar.

Oscar leaves behind his Canine Sister Emmy, Canine Brother Luca, human Brother Stuart, human Sister Sydney, Mom Angela, And Dad Russ.
Angela JohnsonFishers, IndianaOctober 1, 2016
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