Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Bailey
2/4/2004 - 10/14/2019Oh Bailey- you were by my side for almost 16 years. I love you so much!! I miss you so much!! Everyone that met you knew how special you were! Run free with Holly now - when Darla comes over the rainbow bridge I know you will greet her with all your unconditional love. Until I get to heaven and see you again. I will miss you every day! I love you buddyJacqueline Gill-GregoryOviedo, FloridaOctober 15, 2019
Edison
11/1/2008 - 10/11/2019When I brought you home from the Salt Lake County Humane Society in January of 2009, I could not conceive of how dramatically you would change my life. I didn’t believe in soulmates until I met you, and I now know a person’s soulmate can definitely be a dog. You were the most incredible animal I have ever known. I cannot wait until the day I see you again.Sarah HeimbachCoopersburg, PennsylvaniaOctober 15, 2019
Romeo
7/5/2005 - 10/13/2019Romeo our handsome boy, we will always remember the love you brought to our family and those you met.
May you frolic in daffodils, chase lots of squirrels, go on long walks, buzz around with your brother Koa playing lots of tug-o-war, eat the tastiest of treats including whipping cream and bacon, go on long car rides with your head out the window and lay in the grass in a nice sunny spot (your favorite) for the rest of eternity.
We will miss you sweet boy, but know you are at peace and not suffering anymore.
Bret, Hillori & Sienna HansenHolladay, UtahOctober 14, 2019
Flexx
6/1/2008 - 10/12/2019Oh Flexx, it was so hard to let you go but we knew that’s what we had to do for you. You have been such a joy to us these past 15 years and we have been through so much together. Fly high Flexx,,,we love you.John & Pam DrewryGalveston, TexasOctober 14, 2019
Rumi-blu Rosell
6/7/2011 - 10/11/2019My precious girl...I see you everywhere. Every memory, every room in the house, everything, includes you...I miss you so much I cannot even catch my breath in some moments. Thank you for loving us so much & for making life, sweet . Since you've transitioned, I've heard 'I will wait for you' by Mumford at least four times. Though I know I will see you again when it's my turn to come home, do not wait for me. Go play. Go fly free. Go bask in the sun. Go stick your head up high as you lay in the green grass & a cool breeze ruffles your fur. Go bark at Bella, Samson, & Bono. Look to them to show you the ropes. Go & be free.

My love for you transcends this earth. It is eternal. You took part of me with you. Keep me with you as I will keep you with me. And when it is my turn to come 'home,' I know I will be greeted by you. I can't wait my darling girl. I can't wait to see you again!
Krissy RosellAtlanta, GeorgiaOctober 14, 2019
Samson
8/8/2006 - 10/12/2019On Saturday, October 12th, 2019 our family had to say goodbye to our dear sweet Samson. His body was being consumed with tumors and his back legs just weren't working like they used to. I couldn't imagine a more loving and loyal dog than this little guy. He lit up our lives and brought us so much joy. We will miss his downward dog stretching in the morning and the rhythm of his little snore; sometimes not so little- haha. He was very playful and was always so great with our girls, Tori and Madison. 13 years with this little guy right by my side all the time. He wouldn't leave a room unless I left first; loyal to the very end. He was an incredible gift to our lives. We have no doubt that he feels like a puppy again and he's reunited with his best friend, Charlie in Heaven. Although we are feeling heartbroken and the house feels empty without him, we are so grateful for the endless memories with him that we will cherish forever.Nicole FeelyLas Vegas, NevadaOctober 14, 2019
Riley Mae Gaugh
5/15/2019We will miss you so much Our little Baby Bear. You brought us so much joy for over 14.5 years
We love you but have comfort in knowing you are pain free and can see and hear the birds and squirrels. Xoxo
Jill CunninghamAlexandria, MarylandOctober 14, 2019
Platform
12/25/2003 - 10/12/2019Platform, We miss you so much already. You were quite unique, even your name was unique. It is hard to believe how much we loved you. You were the best boy ever. We miss your walks and you being out in the yard with us. We even miss you getting up two and three time each night. The house seems so quite but we are so happy that you are at peace and at rest. You deserve that. All the time that we had and all the love that we received from Platform was such an awesome blessing and we thank God for the joy that he brought us!Denise BurtMARIETTA, GeorgiaOctober 14, 2019
Magoo
1/18/2002 - 10/7/2019One week ago today I had to say goodnight and goodbye to my warrior friend, Magooshelley seidmanBuffalo, New YorkOctober 14, 2019
Murmur
12/7/2017 - 10/8/2019On October 8, 2019, we lost the love of our life Murmur to high-grade lymphoma. She was a fighter, enduring multiple hospitalizations, hard medications and constant monitoring. Despite this terrible time she never stopped being open to the love and affection her mama and papa overwhelmed her with in every spare moment that did not require treatment.

Small but mighty, Murmur had a personality ten times the depth of her human parents combined. She always made her opinion on any given subject known, especially when it came to food choice and attention. Our routine was on her schedule - every morning Murmur got what she needed as a first priority, sometimes leaving us scrambling to get ready in time for work! Not only did our routine revolve around her needs, but any visitor was subject to the same standard. To Murmur, humans were welcome so long as they were prepared to provide treats, a peacock feather and a brush, but no other animals were allowed - no exceptions. In return, she held conversations with us spawning the creation of our own family language and traditions. She knew exactly what she deserved and we were so blessed to have been chosen to give it to her.

More than anything else, she was the greatest light of our lives to date. Her undying, unconditional love and affection taught us how to love, properly, and how to sacrifice our own well-being for the sake of hers even if the choice was exruciating. We welcome the indescribable pain that has come from grieving her loss because it is the natural consequence of the nearly two years of exultation we received for having her in our lives.
Christina & Jason DunbarNewcastle, WashingtonOctober 14, 2019