Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
5/28/2001 - 1/4/2019Who knew that a 4 year old Japanese Chin rescue would change my life forever. You came into my my life when I wasn’t even looking. What a gift you were and I am honored that you shared it with me. We shared 13 1/2 years together and I will never forget you. Thank you for your love, loyalty, dedication, intelligence, stamina, and feistiness. There will never be another you, the toughest dog I’ve ever known. Oh, how I will miss you my angel and protector. My heart is broken as I write this. I know you are enjoying those parks in heaven. Until we meet again, have fun.

Thank you Dr. Goldman for your compassion in helping Sadie with crossing over with dignity and grace. Your calming demeanor and caring ways were comforting and I will be forever grateful.
Donna MedeirosHenderson, NevadaJanuary 5, 2019
Xena Andersen
10/3/2009 - 1/3/2019There is no greater joy in a family than the love and support each member gives to the other. Xena was the best a family we could ever have asked for. She touched all that met her with her slobber and all the enthusiasm of her 173lbs., but most of all with the sweetness that was so natural to her. We will never forget her and we grieve because there is a missing member of our family. We are so grateful for the time she shared with us and all the love she shared with us along the way. We could not have asked for a better English Mastiff.

Xena, you will be remembered and loved by all those you touched. Our hearts hurt at the loss, but know you are in a better place with God. We love you.
Amelia AndersenRiverside, CaliforniaJanuary 4, 2019
Captain Nemo 1
9/25/2004 - 12/30/2018Never let a day go by that you do not enjoy every moment with your pet. Their time with you is so precious. My message in memory of Captain Nemo 1 is, " Thank you my beloved doggie for making me a better, stronger, patient, kinder, more courageous and tolerant person." You taught me the meaning of unconditional love. Captain Nemo, you were the sweetest boy ever. I was blessed to have you in my life and to have shared so many special memories. Thank you for always being by my side and putting up with me in good times and not so good times. You were the sunshine of my life. I love you so much and will miss you beyond words. I will never forget you and hope that we are reunited someday. I will always remember your beautiful human like eyes and the way you nudged me when you wanted me to pay attention to you. Run free my love and be reunited with Oliver, Baxter, Bruno and Roxy girl. Be without pain and run across that Rainbow Bridge where sunshine and beautiful meadows full of flowers will envelop you and set you free. I miss you so much- please find ways to visit me and take care of me from above. Rest in Peace you angel doggie.Karen CurreriCorona del Mar, CaliforniaJanuary 3, 2019
Maggie May
6/4/2008 - 1/2/2019Thank you Maggie May. We love you and miss you beyond words. ❤️🐾 We know we will see you again dear friend.Angela HarelikLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 3, 2019
5/1/2007 - 1/2/2019We have watched our little guy go downhill the last few months. Spinal degeneration was his main challenge and our amazing vet staff kept him comfortable, but we knew the time would come when nothing more could be done.

Over the last few days, we have watched 11 year old Comet lose the ability to walk, and become incontinent. It is time. We planned a special dinner for him of my husband's smoked burgers, pasta and air fried cauliflower along with a doggie cake. Then, Lap of Love, came to our house to help Comet cross the rainbow his home, on his bed, with his human family and doggie brother with him.

The last few weeks have been tough as we've watched him deteriorate, and we've known this day was coming. Of course, that makes it no easier. But we're so thankful for all he's brought to our lives, that it's not all bad today because we know he was spoiled as rotten as he should have been for every day we had him.
Rob ShankmanLeesburg, VirginiaJanuary 3, 2019
1/6/2006 - 1/1/2019Molly was almost 13 years old when she passed January 1, 2019. She was a German short haired pointer. She loved hunting quail and just being around the camp fire with her master Dennis. But the last 2 years we could tell she was getting tired, her sight and hearing was going away and she tested positive with diabetes. So needless to say it started affecting her organs slowly. Making the appointment with Lap of Love was a blessing. Having stayed up all night new years eve with her we had to call Dr. Jessica to come earlier, she came without hesitation. When she arrived Molly was in real distress so she made Molly more calm and then made us a paw print. Then Dr. Jessica let Molly pass peacefully with us by her side. Thank you Dr. Jessica for being so compassionate. Debbie and Dennis.Debbie Parhamgrand prairie, TexasJanuary 3, 2019
7/2/2019 - 12/19/2019We love you forever Jackson.Rachel LeeWilmette, IllinoisJanuary 3, 2019
Echo Sapphire
4/20/2006 - 12/31/2018Echo Sapphire, a tiny ball of fur with the bluest eyes I ever saw. You were such a lover, always by my side, petting me through all my situations. Sadly, you got sick when they extracted your teeth, but you continued to be your sweet loving self no matter how many times I cleaned your nose and never ever stopped talking to me or loving me up till the very last breath. I have already seen you running in the living room and hope your spirit will either remain with us or inhabit one of the other guys. Big, Belly, and even Samantha miss you and me the most. Thank you for being my best beautiful girl.Jill McMahonFountain Valley, CaliforniaJanuary 2, 2019
12/22/2018To Our Beloved Roxie Girl
You are our most precious angel. It was our hardiest decision to let you crossover the Rainbow Bridge but we knew it was time . We wanted you to leave us in peace and with dignity. All your friends are as heartbroken as Mommy and Daddy. Everyone in the neighbor will miss seeing you on your walks with your Dad. You were such a wonderful, gentle love and loved to greet pet friends and human friends with the same gentle manner. Your sweet brother Garfield is missing you so much. There will not be a day that goes by that we are forever grateful you were in our lives for 13 years. You will always be our treasured girl and we will miss you and love you for eternity.
Karen and Tom TurndahlNew Hyde Park, NYJanuary 2, 2019
1/1/2006 - 12/18/2018I’ve tried writing this several times... Duke, nothing I can ever write will ever explain how wonderful a being you were and how incredibly important you were to myself and those whose lives that you had touched. You will always be the kindest, sweetest soul that I have encountered in my life. There is not enough matter in this world to fill the void that you leave. I am sorry that I missed your last moments in this world, but I look forward to seeing you in the next. RIP my friend, I will see you soon...Alex FinkbeinerSaint Louis, MissouriJanuary 2, 2019