Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
11/17/2007 - 10/17/2019My Emma Girl: I miss you so much. My days feel empty since your transition. I miss being able to reach down and pet you while working at my desk. I miss cuddling with you while I sleep. I miss taking you out for walks so you can sniff.

Thank you for being part of my life for 11 years. You are truly my soul dog, and I will never forget you.

Please say hi to our friends who have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge before you - and to Grandpa, who I am sure is there, giving you belly rubs.

Never doubt how much you are loved. I will carry you in my heart and soul forever.
Jill CelesteNew Port Richey, FloridaOctober 20, 2019
11/11/2015 - 10/16/2019We miss you Deucey-Doo. The tears have come every day since we set you off on your next journey to Paradise. We will meet you there one day. Give Tabor our love.Kim AskewMonetta, South CarolinaOctober 20, 2019
4/4/2003 - 10/18/2019I love you Gizmo, you were my best friend. You will forever be missed. My baby boy, forever and always.Jennifer RavgialaLawrence, MassachusettsOctober 19, 2019
10/13/2019Chica was a sweet, loving member of our family. She was my shadow, following me from room to room, always ready for a tummy rub and baby talk. Taking walks was her favorite thing to do, with the exception of a nap in the sunshine. She found her forever friend in our little Frenchie, Ziggy. They played hard, snoozed together, and begged for treats together. They were quite a team!Mary HassettSalem, OregonOctober 19, 2019
4/12/2003 - 10/18/2019Thank you Dr Will for your being here at our home with Stevie. Your love and compassion for pets and your job help us so much. We are so blessed to have you in our lives, and being able to be at home with our pets at this hard time. God bless youCarol KennedyNewberry, South CarolinaOctober 19, 2019
10/1/2006 - 10/18/2019Kozmo was the most loving and loyal cat we could ask for. She loved and was loved unconditionally. She was a member of our family, and we are so grateful to her for loving us no matter what. We will miss the nights watching Netflix together snuggled up on the couch, playing with her favorite string, trying new foods and so much more. We will especially miss her waiting at the door for us when we got home from work. We are truly so lucky to have had her. She was ours and we were hers.

We love you Kozmo, thank you for loving us.
Jason JovenallCranberry Township, PennsylvaniaOctober 19, 2019
12/1/2005 - 10/17/2019Cookie was a true gift to all of us, and she was so smart and loving. We were truly blessed to be chosen as her caregivers. Thank you, Cookie.Elizabeth ArceCASSELBERRY, FloridaOctober 19, 2019
4/22/2012 - 9/30/2019Archie came to me not knowing what it was like to be loved. He was suspicious and aggressive and he wasn't even all that sure what dog food was. He was defensive to every hand that got near him, but over time, he started nudging his nose under my fingers and I realized that under all that grouch and fear was a little dog that desperately, desperately wanted to be loved. He had just never been given the chance. On the day I adopted him, I had to convince the shelter I actually wanted to keep him. I understood we would need to put in a lot of work, but enough people had already given up on him. When I came home after signing the papers, I promised Archie that no matter what happened, we would be together until the end, and it didn't matter how mean or how nasty he got because I was going to love him forever. And then we started to heal. Archie learned what treats were. He learned how to sit, stand, and "kangaroo". He learned that if he got cold in the middle of the night, he could wake me up to climb under the covers, and that no matter what happened, I would always, always come back for him. He picked out his favourite toys, wore a bow tie for the holidays, and even sniffed out which neighbours always had a biscuit waiting for him. He was terrified of thunder, but it turned out it wasn't so bad as long as mom slept on the floor of the closet with him. Archie's story didn't start out as a happy one, but eight years full of lots of love and adventure later, we made sure the ending was better than the beginning. I know my old man wasn't for everyone, but he was for me, and adopting him was one of the best things I ever did with my life. Even through all the vet visits, our battle with Cushing's disease, kidney disease, and even the removal of his gallbladder, I would still pick him every time because there is no love greater than the love of a rescue dog, particularly one who didn't know love in the first place. Thank you to everyone at Loyal Family Veterinary for helping make Archie's story a good one, for helping us get all the extra time we could, and never, ever giving up on him. In the end, our grumpy guy wasn't so grumpy and he even, dare I say it, turned out to be quite charming. He won the hearts of many, and he taught me to love someone more than I thought I ever possibly could. He was a good, good dog and his memory will live forever. Rest well, little dog. If love alone could have kept you alive, you would have lived forever, but since life doesn't work that way, thank you for all the years. We will love you for always.Jonika MelcherIssaquah, WashingtonOctober 18, 2019
4/27/2019 - 10/16/2019Loving a dog is easy, letting them go is hard. There wasn't a day that she didn't make me laugh out loud or smile. She loved me no matter what. When I adopted her, I knew nothing about the breed, but after researching PBGV's she perfectly matched the information on the breed. Five stars for intelligence, loyalty, and let's not forget cuteness! After spending eight years in a puppy mill, living in a cage she quickly fell in live with pillows, the bed and anything else that was soft! Yes, she was spoiled rotten, but she deserved every good thing I could give her. And my last gift to her was letting her go in the most peaceful way possible at home. We spent the entire day before talking, and I believe she really understood what was going to happen the next day. She laid on the couch in her favorite spot, head on an Afghan, butt on a pillow and let the vet give her the first injection. She was a champion of dogs every day, but especially on this day. I will love her forever.Sylvia WoodsCheektowaga, New YorkOctober 18, 2019
2/14/2008 - 10/15/2019We were blessed to have you in our lives for 11 years 8 months. Thank you for being the best pup in the world. We will love and miss you always. We will meet again at the Rainbow Bridge and have a whole new set of adventures!H BarryRiverview, FloridaOctober 18, 2019