Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/5/2016 - 2/18/2019Ivy will always be such a good girl. I'm sure she is doing fine wherever she is. She was so very loved and adored.Katie RoseSt. Louis, MissouriMarch 18, 2019
9/11/2001 - 3/16/2019Sienna was the most loving and non-cat like cat I’ve ever met. Wherever I was, she wanted to be too, sitting in my lap. She loved everyone she met, including Dr. Kim. I am so glad I was able to give Sienna a dignified and loving end to her wonderful life.Jessica AndersenDenver, ColoradoMarch 17, 2019
3/18/2003 - 3/14/2019To our sweet baby Shortstop, we have loved you since we first found you. You loved us unconditionally and we spent many great times together through the years. Your passing has taken a piece of our hearts, and we will never be the same. We are glad that you are now free from your failing body and can now run and play ball like a puppy. We look forward to the day that we can be with you again for eternity. Mommy and Daddy love you, baby.Marie McLean-ChoiOrangeburg, S. CarolinaMarch 17, 2019
1/8/2005 - 3/15/2019We all love you, Riley!Lauren StanleyLexington, KentuckyMarch 17, 2019
5/11/2008 - 3/14/2019Pepper was the sweetest and most loving dog we’ve ever known. She was a retriever that didn’t retrieve, a water dog that didn’t like to swim, but she was a loyal and kind soul. She loved going for rides in the car, visiting grandmas house, and camping, but she was always happy to go back home. She had her favorite spots in the backyard, on the deck where she could survey her queendom, and her two favorite digging spots. She loved taking naps on the couch and the kids napped right on top of her. Her passing has left us heartbroken.Wendy McNicholasOceanport, New JerseyMarch 17, 2019
Gabrielle Whitley
10/16/2003 - 3/16/2019Gabe. That was her nickname and more often than not, people assumed she was a boy. She was sweet and very loving. She enjoyed taking walks and was a fast sprinter. She hated dog biscuits that tasted like meat- she preferred the real thing. A real connoisseur of sorts- she knew good meat when she smelled it and expected to eat it. She loved the end of toilet paper rolls too. That was her thing- to tear them up. She loved road trips and saw many states with us. 15 years she loved us and we were so blessed that you chose us. I'm not sad that you're gone (because I know you're in a better place and not in pain anymore), but I am sad that you're not here. It certainly isn't the same and never will be. I love you forever.Candace BrownRaleigh, North CarolinaMarch 17, 2019
7/4/2019Maks…I fell in love with you from day 1. You helped me through a very hard time in my life and NOW I'm going through those same emotions because I've lost you. I never heard of the "Rainbow Bridge " before, but I can't wait when the time comes to meet you there. You were a GOOD dog my friend.Jim Klusman JrPhila, PennsylvaniaMarch 17, 2019
11/1/2006 - 3/10/2019A tribute to Ginger by Peggy:

Our Bloodhound, Ginger. Nose down, tail up, ears alert and the howl so familiar. Her sense of smell keener than most and kept her happy and entertained, following the scent of anything her nose picked up. She came home wet from wading in the lake, snapping at water bugs. A graceful swimmer, confidant and sure as she pawed her way through the still water. Ginger loved with a loyal heart. Always returned home when she heard Chuck's whistle and the urging of "Come!" She defended her turf with bravery but endured all dog guests who came to visit with quiet patience. Her eyes and ears grew weak but that nose guided her on familiar paths. The sense grew stronger with age. To watch her grow old has been hard, the tail weakly wagged, her legs barely able to hold her up. She found solace in her comfort spots, her bed that became her safe place. Those brown eyes, long ears, strong chest and beautiful howl will be burned in our hearts forever. Rest now, pretty girl.
Denver, North CarolinaMarch 17, 2019
2/18/2005 - 3/16/2018He was the best boy in the world!Sharman BuschVentura, CaliforniaMarch 16, 2019
Sophie Cannella
2/22/2007 - 1/5/2019Sophie taught me about taking a big responsibility, what it’s like to be a parent and most of all, unconditional love. It was confirmed for Sophie to euthanize on 1/5/19. A little after midnight January 5th, I wrote on the chalkboard upstairs and I said, “Sophie, you are my sunshine”. All day long on that day, it was cloudy and yet Sophie was surrounded by loved ones. At 3:50 PM, Sophie passed away and suddenly, the sun came out and there’s sunlight and the sky was a gorgeous blue. I just knew Sophie is already there in the 7th dimension, run free across the rainbow bridge.

I do not like the feeling of not having my first dog Sophie around and I miss her so badly. I will always remember her loyal, unconditional love, walks together and I could not ask for the best first dog I ever had. I look forward to having our paths crossed someday. I love you very much, my baby girl.
Angela CannellaDistrict Heights, MD, MarylandMarch 16, 2019