Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/4/2004 - 12/17/2018Priya was my companion for almost 15 years. We knew each other so well and helped each other through happy times and difficult times. She was full of life right up to her last few days. As much as I loved her and never wanted to lose her, I feel so much gratitude for all the time we had together, for the blessing of knowing her and having her in my life.Jennifer WheelerGilbert, S. CarolinaJanuary 2, 2019
12/15/2019 - 12/24/2018Ami girl, thank you for your devotion, your years of protection, and unconditional love. You brought us joy and companionship for 18 years. You brought all of us such joy. You had many adventures in Houston, Austin, and finally Sugar Land. You traveled up until Thanksgiving in Kerrville 2018. Our hearts are broken and our home is quiet without your presence. You had a great run girl and we know you are now running with your friends who crossed the Rainbow Bridge before you: Bosco, Dakota, Topsy, Pixie, TA, Bowzer, Sonic, John, Luna, Chloe, Maddie, CP, Mick, Brother Juniper, and Beauregard... I know Oggy will miss you terribly and will continue to look for you and be as brokenhearted as we are. He was your only real dog friend. We will try to explain to him and have given him all of your toys. Your other worldly belonging have been donated to rescue groups and shelters where other dogs will enjoy them as you did. Each day I shed a few less tears, but it has only been one week, and my grief and heartbreak is immeasurable. Thank you again Dr. Tina for your gentle guidance, Ami felt comfort in your care.Valerie HowellSugar Land, TexasJanuary 2, 2019
4/18/2006 - 12/30/2018Our sweet Scooter was assisted to the rainbow bridge after suffering with dementia and then taking a terrible turn with what we believe was a stroke. He was a snuggle bug, no guard dog in this one, just love. He had a sister cat whom he tolerated and she desperately tried to be his bestie. He had a brother that passed a few years ago that he definitely adored and missed terribly once he was gone. He loved a good belly tickle and if you would scratch his legs he was in heaven. He loved the ocean which we only discovered in his last year and a half of life - it brought out the puppy in him. Our house is quiet now without him, the joys of that furry butt wagging the whole dog at the door are missing. He was our Scoot's, angel puppy, and our boot scootin' Scootey and he will be sorely missed.Jennifer WhiteCharlotte, North CarolinaJanuary 2, 2019
10/24/2004 - 12/31/2018Our sweet boy, Marley, was a Dalmatian/German Shorthaired Pointer mix. Initially he was shy but would warm up to you rather quickly. He loved his walks and, with his gentle leader, was a pleasure to take out. He got along with all of our furry family members including 2 cats. Marley spent a lot of time out in the back yard alerting us when a feral cat wandered too close to the perimeter. What a beautiful dog he was. It was so cool to see him taking the pointing stance out in the yard. He was a good companion, we never had any problems with him. It was sad to watch him grow old. He suffered from arthritis in his back legs and towards the end had trouble walking and became incontinent. We loved him regardless and miss him terribly. He is finally at rest and getting reacquainted with his brothers and sisters who left this world before him. We love you Marley always and forever.Camille BlottLititz, PennsylvaniaJanuary 2, 2019
7/1/2005 - 12/31/2018Tia, our calico feline was a sweet and loving cat. Her gentle purr was easier to feel than hear. She lived in a household with 4 dogs, tolerated 3 of them, and bonded with the youngest (Meadow). Before getting sick, with advanced renal failure, she loved to play with her many toys. Her favorite play things were the laser pointer, cotton balls, and a feathered stick. She was quite vocal with her meows letting us know she was hungry or needed to use the litter box in the basement. Our home is quieter and sadder with her gone. We miss her terribly but are comforted by the thought that she is at peace and reunited with her sister Tess.Camille BlottLititz, PennsylvaniaJanuary 2, 2019
10/2/2009 - 12/31/2018Sir Jackson Killyjoy gave us 9 amazing years of devoted loyalty, unconditional love, and 100% companionship.
He was always gentle and friendly with everyone he met, loved chasing and sometimes catching critters and proudly showing us his skills (even if we didn't want the trophies) He joins his 3 brothers before him and friends from his days at the dog park.
His energy and love will be missed daily and although he will never be replaced, he will forever be in our hearts as he was truly a magical kinda of guy.
Laura LandrumNashville, TennesseeJanuary 2, 2019
Francis ( Frannie }
7/23/2004 - 11/19/2018If you ever loved a dog, you know that there exists such a strong connection to every part of your life, physically and emotionally, and Francis was right there with me. I had her for more than 14 yrs, and as you can imagine, many long walks, many long talks, and many of true pleasures life has to offer were shared with her. She was very sensitive to what was going on around her, extremely concerned about my husband before he passed, always concerned about everything. I used to tell her she worried too much. She was a smart dog, easy to train, and she had a large vocabulary. As she aged, she just got smarter, and I will miss her dearly.Ruth SchollWest Palm Beach, FloridaJanuary 1, 2019
9/30/2006 - 12/26/2018Death is nothing at all.
I have only slipped away to the next room.
I am I and you are you.
Whatever we were to each other,
That, we still are.

Call me by my old familiar name.
Speak to me in the easy way
which you always used.
Put no difference into your tone.
Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow.

Laugh as we always laughed
at the little jokes we enjoyed together.
Play, smile, think of me. Pray for me.
Let my name be ever the household word
that it always was.
Let it be spoken without effect.
Without the trace of a shadow on it.

Life means all that it ever meant.
It is the same that it ever was.
There is absolute unbroken continuity.
Why should I be out of mind
because I am out of sight?

I am but waiting for you.
For an interval.
Somewhere. Very near.
Just around the corner.

All is well.
Jamie FlaugherSaint Louis, MissouriJanuary 1, 2019
11/28/2003 - 12/23/2018Bear was a kind and loving dog, the best of the best. Always ready to lick your face and wag his tail with happiness when we came home from work. He loved other dogs and grandchildren to. One of his favorites was our neighbor who he would visit after his walks, stay for a couple of hours and hang out with her and her pups, then come home for dinner. Bear was a very social dog, always ready for another belly rub. He loved hiking in the woods and when we lived in a more urban setting was always ready for a walk or a ride in the car. His happiness would always lift me up on days were I was down, just seeing him waiting for me at the door made my day better. We miss him so much.Boynton Beach, FloridaJanuary 1, 2019
7/2/1999 - 12/27/2018In memory of Mistygrace, my endearing dog companion. She was graceful in every way and I will always remember that about her. I believe God's grace was upon both of us and is on me as a continuation of our time together. Blessings and much
Favor abounded throughout Mistygrace's life.

Sincere Thanks Heavenly Father for allowing Mistygrace to complete her circle of life in such a peaceful way.

Thanks Dr Sunday Cozzi and Lap of Love staff for your kind, gentle, considerate and graceful assistance. God placed us together during such a time as this.


Kathy D King
Wilmington, NC originally from Madison WI
Kathy KingWilmington, North CarolinaJanuary 1, 2019