Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
11/16/2006 - 1/13/2019Chopper was the sweetest gentle giant. He loved everyone and got so excited for company. Christmas was always his favorite and I'm happy that he got to spend one more with us. Music was also something he got a kick out of. He would sing to several songs but Girls, Girls, Girls by Motley Crue was always his jam! We love you baby boy and I'll see you on the other side.Brad BarrettGladeville, TennesseeJanuary 15, 2019
10/8/2009 - 1/12/2019Holliday was my best friend and a wonderful companion to her brother Clover. We had a million nicknames for her based on what personality she was displaying at any given moment but in general we called her Mush and Mushpot. She was always so excited to see me when I got home and would dance on her hind legs to greet me. She was protective of me to a fault, and would take off racing across the house if she saw anything pass the front window. She barked at Daddy anytime he left a room and returned. She didn’t like new people, especially men. She only recently was comfortable letting Daddy hold her but was always cuddling with me. She loved to lounge on top of me and she snored as loud as my husband sometimes. There's no dog on this planet that can ever replace my Stinky Little Mush and things will never be the same without you. We miss you terribly and can’t wait to see you on the other side.Lauren PaoliniSeattle, WashingtonJanuary 15, 2019
11/6/2005 - 1/12/2019So today was our hardest day as we had to say goodbye to our beloved coco. He was 13 and diagnosed with congestive heart failure which they give you about 4 month to a year after being diagnosed with it, depending on the circumstances. It is a very painful way to go so we decided it was time after the medications weren’t working well anymore. It didn’t make it any easier as we wanted him for a life time but we knew we had to let you go that’s...the circle of life. He will always be part of this family in our memories of all the good things he did he was our little angel I really miss him the hall ways are so empty with out him the bed the outside. He loved to run around and play he always seemed to know when you were down and could make you happy R.I.P. Little buddy we will be reunited some day and be whole again. Just so many things we cherish about you sorry that I can’t have you to cuddled up to me and mom but we will never forget all the things you gave us we had you from being 6 weeks old so I’m thankful for the time we did spend together and until we hold you again.Corey ThompsonOak view, CaliforniaJanuary 15, 2019
5/10/2002 - 1/9/2019"For My Mom"

Dear Mom, I lived such happy days the sixteen years that I was raised and shared a bond by Lauren and you as you both spoiled me through and through. But even though I loved Lauren too, my loyalty belonged to you. My love for you right from the start rang loud and clear straight from the heart. I romped through life, your pride and joy, a goofy, happy, thriving boy, who loved his treats, your lap, the walks, the cuddles, and incessant talks. I know I passed before my time, it broke your heart as it did mine, but, Mom, if you could see my face, the halo's plopped on not so straight. With one ear up and one ear down, I look like one big, silly clown, yet, please know this, I loved you did it right to let me go.

Forever your Sambo
Lauren LoftonSt.Petersburg, FloridaJanuary 14, 2019
4/4/2004 - 1/7/2019Zoey was my constant companion for 15 years. I adopted her in Atlanta, GA and she turned out to be my perfect sidekick. My heart is empty without her.Rita CarnesIndianapolis, IndianaJanuary 14, 2019
5/28/2008 - 1/6/2019Oh my sweet Miss I miss: your big brown eyes, your heart-shaped tongue, the cute little sprig of hair on your nose that would never lay flat, the way you cocked your head to the side when I talked to you, the way you would come and lay on my stomach when I was under a blanket, the way you would roll over on your back so I could scratch your tummy, the way your legs would quiver when I scratched the right spot on your chin, when you'd stick just your head out the doggie door to smell but not want to go outside, the way you'd grunt at me to wake me up in the middle of the night to go potty, how possessive you became when another dog would get near me (or Nana), you chasing after Lucky, barking at the door so Lucky would drop his bone and you could take it, all the "prizes" you would bring me (bunnies, birds, rats, frogs), me telling you to "Be a lady", how much fun you always had at Walker Place and how exhausted you were once we got home, your prissy walk, and your kisses. I could go on and on about the things I miss about you sweet girl, but know that Mama loves you and misses you!! Rest well, sweet Scarlett. I'll see you at the Rainbow Bridge when the Lord says it's time.Mindy HollanFort Worth, TexasJanuary 14, 2019
3/11/2019 - 1/13/2019My sweet sweet Charlie we had 5 wonderful years together. You were my sidekick I can't believe you are gone. The house is too quiet. You were the best Bullie I could ever wish for. I know you are no longer in pain and enjoying running with Molly. you will always be in my heart. I love you my girl.Lisa NilesHoliday, FloridaJanuary 14, 2019
12/1/2005 - 1/14/2019Today was the hardest day in our life. We have had Chauncey since he was a puppy. Since the day we got him he has brought us so much happiness, without him we will forever be different. He means the world to us. Chauncey has been very sick the last 2 months, and we recently found that he has stomach cancer. His health was declining very quickly and we decided that the best thing for him was to let him go so that he would no longer be in pain. It is hard to imagine our lives without him, but we will forever cherish the fond memories that we shared. His energy and zest for life can not be met by any other dog that we know. He loved us just as much! When Joseph or I were feeling down, Chauncey would come to us with his big hazel eyes and fortune cookie ears and plant several kisses on us to make everything all better. Even though he was in a lot of pain his last few weeks he would know that we were sad and try to console us. The good times that we had with our little pup are countless and we will always remember them.Connie RiengnimitFAIRFAX, VirginiaJanuary 14, 2019
5/1/2003 - 1/11/2019Frank, our big, beautiful, blue eyed boy. Life will never be the same for us now that you are gone. Thank you for the fourteen years of love, laughter and fun that we were lucky enough to have with you. You are forever loved and forever missed; and now, at last, you are free from pain.

Close your eyes
Have no fear
The monster's gone
He's on the run and your daddy's here
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful
Beautiful boy
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful
Beautiful boy
Marla HirthColumbia, MD, MarylandJanuary 13, 2019
6/22/2006 - 1/10/2019Echo, for 12 and a half years, you filled our lives with your "Golden" sunshine. You were truly our "Best Dog in the World"! Your love of people, and especially children, demonstrated your gentle, kind nature. Your death has left a giant void in our lives, but we are happy that you blessed us with your love and devotion. We will miss our walks you loved so! We are glad you are at peace.Bill and Marie JonesAiken, S. CarolinaJanuary 13, 2019