Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
K-9 Goddy
9/1/2018 - 1/4/2018K-9 Goddy you left us way too soon.I miss coming home from after work opennng up the back door to let you out. I miss feeding you carrots then watching you patrol the backyard making sure it’s safe before going to bed.Thank you for protecting us and keeping our family safe Through the years.Goddy you left us with a huge void in our lives but our hearts and minds are overflowing with memories of you beloved.. Forever
Rest in heavenly peace Big Boy.
Goddy Out!,
Victor Johnson
Las Vegas,Nevada
Victor,Judith, Victoria JohnsonLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 12, 2018
4/9/2006 - 1/8/2018Having to say goodbye to Riley was one of the hardest things we’ve had to do. Her coming into my life was a true blessing from God. She was there for me for some of the most trying years of my life and was here during the best years. After saying goodbye I thought of all the fun times we had, some which I forgot and were thought lost in memory. She was my shadow, getting up to go to work she was always there with me as everyone else in the House was sleeping. The mornings are not the same anymore. As time goes on the pain will ease but our fond memories of our time together will always remain.

She was the eldest of our fur babies, the babies in our lives before our real babies came along. Although the kids were a shock to her she never got jealous, she just learned to share us with the kids. During that time she gained a couple siblings, Yoshi and Kiah. Although sometimes they didn’t always agree the three of them were a family. A little pack if you will. They too are adjusting to her being gone.

Every time our son Parker sees a plane he says “Hi Riley, I love you Riley” because she is now living in the clouds.

Although she’s gone she will always be in our hearts.

We love you
Gary, Kelley, Parker, Liam, Yoshi & Kiah
Gary JomantCoral Springs, FloridaJanuary 11, 2018
08/04/2003 - 1/8/2018In loving memory of our boy. Porter was our best buddy. He was the start of our family 14 years ago. He brought us much joy, laughter, and love. We knew this time would come but it is still very hard. It is pretty quiet around here. It's amazing how much a part of our routine he was. We are so blessed to have been able to say goodbye to him in the comfort of our home. We miss him greatly and will never ever forget him. Rest in peace Porter.Becky WooldridgeKansas City, MissouriJanuary 11, 2018
1/4/2000 - 1/10/2018With heavy hearts we said goodbye to our sweet Bear yesterday. She blessed our lives for 16 years. We all will miss her terribly, but know she's in a beautiful place free of what was holding her back here. We love you Bear Bear...
A special thanks to Dr. Lisa with Laps of Love and Ross Taylor for being our circle of support.
Kathy BurkeDADE CITY, FloridaJanuary 11, 2018
2/8/2006 - 1/4/2018Saying goodbye to Tucker was one of the hardest things that we have had to do but also one of the best decisions we have ever made. He was with us for two months short of 12 years - Years that were filled with fun, frustration, activity, tears, heartache and unconditional love. This past week has been such a healing time of reflection on the wonderful life that Tucker had with us. Watching his health deteriorate so quickly over the past several months was heartbreaking. Last Thursday when he was clearly in pain we made the decision to let him go and asked him if it was time. It was as if he looked at us and said "yes - please!" and instantly he was calm and relaxed for the remainder of the day until Dr. Toby came and relieved him of his pain and sent him on his way to run and play with Jesus free of pain! We are so thankful for the care and consideration that Lap of Love gave him in those last moments of his time here on earth. Tucker will always live on in our hearts and memories of him are all around us putting a smile on our face and a tear in our eye.Carey and Jennifer EidsvikHenderson, NevadaJanuary 10, 2018
3/9/2003 - 1/9/2018Goodbye to our loving boy, Dante. He was the most loyal, protective, and smartest dog to ever grace our presence. Always entertaining and amazing us with his energy, personality, determination, and Dante brilliance. He taught us so much as we navigated growing up in our human and doggy lives together. We’re convinced he stayed with us so long because he was worried we wouldn’t be able to take care of ourselves without him! Probably true, buddy, but we’ll do the best we can. We love you so much, Dante. You were truly the best little man anyone could ask for and we’ll miss you forever. ❤️Sam & Lacey BernalIrving, TexasJanuary 10, 2018
1/8/2018My sweet sweet girl. We will miss you so much. For 15 years you have been a part of our lives. We love you so very much and I am so glad that you are no longer in pain. We will miss you here at our home. It doesn't seem real that you are not here.Traci CarterManheim, PennsylvaniaJanuary 10, 2018
12/02/2004 - 12/28/2017Toscane, for almost 14 years you were our special girl. In a family of boys, you were the perfect childhood companion. So sweet and beautiful, yet so tough and resilient. Even loosing the use of your back legs didn't stop your spirit. You adjusted and kept going strong. We are so sad but so grateful you were part of our lives. We love you forever.Nathalie ShivnenMcLean, VirginiaJanuary 9, 2018
12/30/2002 - 1/7/2018Our precious Golden Retriever crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on Sunday. We are devastated by his loss but are so grateful to lap of love for helping us through this difficult time. Making the decision to let him go is the hardest thing we have ever had to do. With that being said, it was the right thing to do in perfect timing. He had a big steak, ice cream and lots of peanut butter just prior to him slipping into a peaceful sleep forever. Harley meant the world to our family and will be sorely missed! Our house feels so empty without him. He is irreplaceable.Michele ChildsLeesburg, VirginiaJanuary 9, 2018
8/19/2001 - 1/5/2018My sweet boy Taz,

My little Ladies Man…you loved everyone that came into your life and always wanted to play or get some lovens from each person you saw. And they all loved you so much too, I know you always heard how everyone said you were such a sweet, handsome and beautiful boy. you truly were my beautiful little boy…inside and out.

But those ladies, oh how you loved them! You were a little charmer to be sure…those ladies didn’t stand a chance at resisting your cuteness. Oh and how you loved Carrie …you fell in love with her the moment you saw her, as I did. You two were inseparable! Spending lots of “toilet time” together and snuggling under blankets every chance you got…she was your girl and you were her Little Man. She misses you more than you know Taz…she holds a very special place in her heart for her Little Man…you are always with her my Big Boy. You have given her so very much…she will never forget you.

You certainly lived up to your name, you were my little Tasmanian Devil that lived life in a whirlwind of crazy and amazing antics. From knocking over glasses of water, trying to help me re-pot the plants, fetching your mice and bringing them back to me to throw again, opening the doors, opening the cupboards to see what you could get into, reaching unbelievable heights in your athleticism; tops of doors that you promptly strutted on top of, refrigerators, getting lost in the attic after climbing the ladder…you loved your ladders. Trying to get on the roof and spending exciting times outdoors seeing the world from whatever heights you could get to. If there was something higher than you, you strived to get there and usually succeeded. You were my little acrobat monster to be sure.

I knew, when I first saw you and your brother, that we were all meant to be together. You loved each other so very much and were a crazy little duo of never ending trouble that you helped each other get into. Your brother misses you Taz…I hope you were able to say your goodbye’s. And if not, maybe stop by for a visit with him if you can.

My big boy, you had the heart of a lion and lived life to its fullest…never giving up and fighting until the end. I saw it in your eyes, you wanted to stay…I know. But your little body wasn’t succumbing to your will, you tried so hard and I’m so proud of you. Thank you for coming into my life and giving us all your love and devotion. You spirit lives on and is a part of everyone that you met during your life journey…you will never be forgotten.

I will look for you often and think of you in every waking moment and hopefully dream of the two of us back together again.

I love you Taz…you are my boy and I miss you very much. Be free now.

Until we meet again.

Chad CarlsonFriendswood, TexasJanuary 9, 2018