Pet Memorials
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7/1/2002 - 8/16/2018Priscilla was an adorable and gentle little pup. Her humans (us) and our other dogs and cats loved to cuddle with her because of how sweet she was. Watching her decline in health as she got older and seeing her in so much pain towards the end was heartbreaking. But now she's at peace, and she will be greatly missed by all of us.Benjamin ChisholmFriendswood, TexasAugust 17, 2018
8/7/2006 - 8/16/2018A toast to my best friend for the last 12 years! I can't believe our time has come to pass. It was too short. I miss you terribly.Judy MershimerDELRAY BEACH, FloridaAugust 17, 2018
8/1/2018 - 8/15/2018My best friend and I had to say good bye last night. We both knew the time had come and that we each needed to let go. That didn’t make it easier to say good bye to the most beautiful, gentle creature that I have ever had the privilege of welcoming into my life. And she became a part of my life; she was my best friend, my constant companion, my playmate, sometimes my reason for getting up in the morning, my reason for going out in the rain, the snow, the heat and into the swarms of mosquitos. We healed each other in our 11 years together. She taught me much, unconditional love, and allowed me to give this to her. She fought the most valiant battle without complaint. She conquered the first cancer, but the second one took its toll over the last week. And that is when we looked into each others eyes and said our good byes. Our last day together was beautiful and tender. She allowed me to hold and caress her until the medicine freed her soul. Pippin was a beautiful lady and I will miss her so!!Ellen CampbellReston, VirginiaAugust 17, 2018
Jack James
11/15/2007We lost our sweet boy unexpectedly on 8/15/18. 10 years of loving him was not enough. We are heartbroken.Katie RobinsonMankato, MinnesotaAugust 17, 2018
12/15/2018Princess we all miss you very much! We had a great time with you our baby girl. You were a great watch dog and protector. There will never be another one like you! Always talking to your Dad and the funny way you’d play. Loving every winter in the snow and ice 😊 May you be in heaven having fun and catch that bunny you always wanted! Peace be with you! See you again someday ole girl! My Bo Bo always! Daddy’s Pisano!Janet BreedenNiagara Falls, NYAugust 16, 2018
1/4/2015 - 8/15/2018I miss you so much Lita. You brought so much love and joy into my life. I had you for a short time, just two years but it feels like we have been together much longer. I will miss our walks, car rides and visiting your friends Ellie, Lucky. Porter and the new one to the group Anna. You made a huge impression on many with your sweetness and beautiful brown eyes. You fought like a warrior against the auto immune disorder but for some reason it was your time. I am glad I was able to be there for you sweetheart through the good and hard times. I am sure you are meeting the gang right now and being shown the ropes. I did get your message this morning with the flicker of the light. Thank you sweetly You are in a much better place now. I will see you again. Love you with all my heart....Hope RussoWINTER SPRINGS, FloridaAugust 16, 2018
04/13/2006 - 8/12/2018Sweet Dee~We knew our time with you would be brief and we made the most of our time together. Miss you like crazy and giving you hugs and kisses.Jeanie HanzalKaty, TexasAugust 16, 2018
05/11/2003 - 08/13/2018Oakley was a dog that everyone knew and loved. When people learned of his passing.... oh no not Oakley!
He was just a cool dog. If we could find sunglasses to fit him, he would be the sort to just hang out with glasses on as a celebrity. He was the center of attention for many years. When the grand kids and family came over to visit; he joined right in the fun; craved the kids attention and after they left became the center again. He was very gentle with the kids and babies. He knew they were special and treated them as such. He preferred people to other animals, but did tolerate his cousin dogs visiting. He loved chasing critters, hawks, deer and airplanes. Our yard was the safest in the neighborhood. He could not go for long walks as he had some leg disabilities that he was born with but he did pretty well considering.
He was by my side working in my office, working in the garden, just going to retrieve the mail or paper. I was the one who went to doggy training with him when he was 6 months old, so I guess he considered me his "master". He actually got 2nd place in the pack of dogs that were in training with us... We were so proud. He loved his treats, and above all he loved the winter. He was american eskimo mixed with blue heeler. So we were hoping he would enjoy another winter. He really was a snow dog. Loved to go outside and help shovel by scooping up snow in his mouth. Gary would always save a pile of snow for him so he could lay in the snow when he tired. He was just a blessing to us; he was our best friend, and we will always have him in our heart.
Pam KohnAlgonquin, IllinoisAugust 16, 2018
3/26/2005 - 8/13/2018It was the worst kind of phone call you can get when you love animals.
“Lost dog, shy, fence climber, unsocialzed, and fearful.”
The date was January 3, 2011.
There is a song called “Somewhere out there.” Each time a dog or cat is lost, this song
comes to my mind…....that somewhere out there we will eventually find one another.
.......AND THEN we found LUNA after tracking him for 30 idays and nights .in the dead of winter We named him Moon ( Luna) after the song.

Somewhere out there beneath the pale moonlight
Someones thinking of me and loving me tonight
Somewhere out there someone's saying a prayer
That we'll find one another in that big somewhere out there.
And even though I know how very far apart we are
It helps to think we might be wishing on the same bright star
And when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
It helps to think we are sleeping underneath the same big sky
Somewhere out there if love can see us through
Then we'll be together somewhere out there
Out where dreams come true
And even though I know how very far apart we are
It helps to think we might be wishing on the same bright star
And when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky
Somewhere out there if love can see us through
Then we'll be together somewhere out there
Out where dreams come true
Peggy Kaplancolumbus, OhioAugust 16, 2018
8/24/2005 - 8/10/2018My good boy, Tyler, left us on August 10, but he will always be in our hearts. The house seems so empty now without you. Every time I go out the back door I look to see if your outside water dish is full and clean. We had spaghetti last night and I missed having you by my side, waiting for your pasta. I watered plants today and you weren't here to watch me return the watering can to the "special cabinet" that also held your dog biscuits, knowing you would soon get a biscuit! You brought such happiness to us! I know it was time for you to go but I miss you so much.Kathy BurtonRio Rancho, New MexicoAugust 15, 2018
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