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Kamillah ConnollyBowie, MarylandJanuary 9, 2021
6/1/2003 - 1/8/2021I wish I would have known sooner just how deeply connected I truly was and how painful it would be to let go of my sweet girl, Cali. She was a constant companion for all the years we were together. The emptiness is felt today when I forget she is gone and look for her to come. It has only been a day since she passed but already the early hours of the morning were not the same. No demanding meows to start the day. No furry body against my legs telling me to go down to the kitchen to feed her. My sweet girl, you will be missed dearly.Christina ThomasAtlanta, GeorgiaJanuary 9, 2021
Vino Baby Boy, Mr. Man
4/15/2006 - 1/8/2021My loyal green eyed freckled nose first born. I’ll love you forever and always.Britney B.Stockton, CaliforniaJanuary 9, 2021
8/5/1998 - 1/7/2021Ol' man Teddy was truly on of a kind dog, never barked unless someone was at the door. In his younger years he would sit and give paw on command. You were with us for 16 years through all of our thick and thins, you will truly be missed. I know that you are running through the meadows of the rainbow bridge. Run fast Teddy. Love you always.Beth MoralesSeffner, FloridaJanuary 9, 2021
5/16/2007 - 1/8/2021Sky was an amazing family member to our family. She loved everything and everyone.
She always greeted everyone that came to visit by running out to them sideways wagging her
Tail as fast as it would go. She loved going for rides, chasing fireworks and fishing poles,
But most of all she loved her family and we loved her back. She was so incredible
When we need a friend she was always there, when we were happy, sad, having fun, or jist taking it easy
She was always by our sides to join in and hang out. When we would come home
She would be laying on the couch and we would open the door and her beautiful ears would stand straight up and she would
Get that precious smile that we all miss so much already. She was always happy to see us.
When her dad would leave for work we would sit outside and watch him and she wouldnt come in
Until she could no longer hear his truck. Today was the 1st day i sat alone and just for her
I waited until i couldnt hear him anymore before i came in. We are so sad and lost without her
And our family will never be the same, but we did what was best for her and thanks
To Dr Maggie she was able to be home and surrounded by her family as she took her last breathe.
This will be a very long and difficult road for us, but lap of love has made it that much easier for us.
Joann waltersNorth fort myers, FloridaJanuary 9, 2021
10/4/2005 - 1/6/2021Drake was the best!!!. I remember when he came home,he fit in the palm of my hand. He was my riding buddy and I was his person. Many years of love and marriages, losing of family,he was right there.He was loved by so many.❤❤ He was the smartest boy I have ever known.Robin Gable GableIrmo, South CarolinaJanuary 9, 2021
1/13/2006 - 1/6/2021Frankie (AKA Beast, One good looking dude, Mr. Frank, Franklin, Mama's monkey, Crazy dog, Mommy's sweet angel),

As we sit here writing this, tears pouring down our face, we would give anything to have you back even for one more day. But that would be selfish, we never wanted you to suffer. So we did the unselfish thing and we let you go to run free. You lived a great fifteen years, lived like a King. Before we said our goodbyes we had twelve hours to enjoy with you, to give you all we had. To laugh, to cry, to hold you, to feed you anything you wanted, and boy did you love to eat!! We even gave you a bath that day. It wasn't your favorite, and we knew your body was getting tired. But we wanted to make sure you looked your best when you got to puppy heaven!

You brought so much joy to our family from the very first day we brought you home fifteen years ago. You touched a lot of hearts along the way. At the park the kids used to come and say, "can we pet him, he's cute!". And how you loved to take long walks with your daddy at the park. Sometimes I had to yell at daddy and tell him that he's going to far, but you wanted to keep going. You loved to help daddy with yard work by watching him and we knew who was really in charge. Daddy would send me pictures titled "the foreman is in charge". We knew who was the boss of the house, and we wouldn't have it any other way. How you used to sit in the window when the boys were little and wait for the school bus every afternoon. It was like clockwork. You had so much fun chasing them and their friends around the pool until you were exhausted. The memories we have of you are priceless. You have beds in every room of the house but you loved to sleep with the boys in their beds. Then they went off to college and you started to sleep in mommy's bed. I would say "let's go night night in the big boy bed" and you would sleep so peacefully. I would often listen to you snore. A few nights before you left us I videoed you in your natural state. You slept so calm and you were at peace. Could I have known that we would lose you two days later? We can be at ease knowing that you are running around and chasing all those bunnies and deer in Heaven and eating all that yummy pasta and chicken. And when you put your head down at night in your big boy bed wrapped in your Snuggie and with your football that daddy sent with you, we are at ease knowing you are resting well.

Until we are able to hold you again and get tons and tons of puppy kisses and you rest your head on our shoulder which was your favorite thing to do, know there will not be a day that goes by that we will not think of you. We will always love you sweet angel XXOO Mommy, Daddy, Mikey, Juju
Lori CampanellaGrand Island, New YorkJanuary 9, 2021
1/27/2012 - 1/7/2021Jax was our Bubba, our Puppers, and our Doggo.

He loved to be with people, and people loved to be with him.

He warmed the hearts of the cold and provided comfort to the stressed.

Gentle, he cared for all of his stuffed animals. A gentleman, he would always let you walk through the door first.

A buddy and pal, he would cheerfully accompany you in the car, on the tractor, and on the couch.

The memories of Jax will live on everytime we share his stories. Especially the time where he managed to steal a whole box of cheese buns from the Easter basket.

We love you, Jax.
Oksana SzankovicsEmmaus, PennsylvaniaJanuary 9, 2021
1/7/2021Cal was the sweetest puppy boy in all the land. He was my protector for my senior year in college and years in grad school. He was always smiling and wagging his curly little tail. Cal was truly an angel sent from God to help me. He got me through a very rough phase and he taught me how to be so patient and selfless, because that’s how he was. My entire family adored him. He was wonderful with my niece and became her best buddy. She is almost 4. When I told her he went to Heaven, she was sad. But I told her that he wasn’t sick anymore and she became very happy! She even said “I bet there are lizards in heaven and he is chasing all of them!” Lizard hunting was his favorite activity :) all of his family members came to visit him the day he passed. He was so incredibly loved and I cannot imagine my life without him. But I know that he is pain free in God’s arms and that brings me peace. Callen Lucky, you were the best puppy boy in the entire world. I love you so much.Chrissy HarperOcala, FloridaJanuary 9, 2021
4/11/2007 - 1/8/2021Today I had to say goodbye to one of best friends. He was the sweetest most loving guy. He was always there to great you when you got home and the first to find his sweet spot right next to you. He was my fighter and never gave up, even when it was expected he wouldn't. His love for food will never be forgotten. I will NEVER forget you buddy, hope you are being showered with all your favorite treats and have an endless amount of food to enjoy. Run free and go catch those rabbits. I LOVE YOU and will NEVER forget the love you brought to my life.Joe PanizariBeltsville, MarylandJanuary 8, 2021