Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Bad Madison
2/22/1991 - 12/12/2014My Bad Madison,

I do you an injustice by trying to describe the everything you were. To me - to strangers and to those who you engaged to love as your own. It wasn't the odd person you decided was worthy of your attention - everyone had something to add to your existence.

I hope you're keeping my pillow warm and ruining my couch cushions in heaven, love. I count every moment until I see you again.
Denise KaylorRock Hill, South CarolinaDecember 14, 2014
Mia
1/31/2003 - 12/11/2014Last night we said goodbye to our precious Mia. For almost 12 years, she was truly the light of our lives. I can't begin to describe how amazing she was, or how she brought out the best in all of us. Even in the end, as she was in pain, she did what she could to make it easier for us. We were so blessed to have Mia in our lives, for she was part of our family. She was a sweet girl who gave everyone she met what they needed, and I'd like to think anyone that met her fell in love. Mia was a silly girl, who loved to smile and play. She brought so much joy to our lives, and she will be greatly missed. We will always love our sweet baby girl and her kisses, her snuggles, and the amount of love she gave us, can never be replaced.Dale, Marilyn, Angela & Brian StorceChicago, IllinoisDecember 13, 2014
Dutch
10/31/2001 - 12/7/2014Dutch, I miss you and will never forget you. You were our protector and friend for 13 years. We see you again in Rainbow Ridge.Bea TaylorTemple, GeorgiaDecember 12, 2014
Sandy
9/13/2000 - 12/10/2014Please watch our video tribute to our Beloved 14 year old GSD Sandy. It will express much more than any amount of words EVER could. These are pictures from just the last 5 years of her life. I am reaching into the photo vault for pictures of her in her younger years : )

Here it is. A short slide show...OK, maybe not so short. If nothing else skip forward to the last pics of her last walk with our family. Something she has done with us for ALL her years. Turn up the volume as these is music to it and put it to full screen : )
http://secure.smilebox.com/ecom/openTheBox?sendevent=4e4445324e7a49334f54673d0d0a&sb=1
Ami KoszeghyFairfax Station, VirginiaDecember 12, 2014
Thor
5/9/2006 - 12/6/2014We said goodbye to our incredible German Shepherd Thor, Dec 6th, 2014. We adopted him from South Brevard German Shepherd Rescue right here in Florida and estimated his age to be around 2 years. You were big about 80lbs of pure LOVE. You were our gentle giant that made us extremely happy, never an ounce of trouble. You protected, loved and filled our home with joy and loved your human brother Alex when he came home always excited to see him. Dad, Rogue and I miss you every moment of the day. But we are so glad we camped in Saint Augustine and we had that 9 days of not even knowing you were sick as you were such a brave and strong dog. Being together in the trailer and taking our long walks and everyone saying how beautiful you were.....and you were so very beautiful.

RIP Thor our beautiful gentle giant and tell Sheba to share her toys.
Tim & Helen DeVriesSaint Petersburg, FloridaDecember 12, 2014
Hector
8/28/2002 - 11/28/2014Hector's last day was sunny and cold, with a little snow on the ground--his favorite kind of day. French toast and bacon for breakfast. Then a tiramisu cake -- his very first human cake -- after a stroll in the woods. We wanted his last experience with us to be happy, full, a massive sugar high. We didn't want him to be in pain. We wanted him to be able to eat-- his favorite thing, and lucky for us, his number one motivation. He was with us for 10 years, punctuating our daily lives: the way he looked at us as we ate dinner and jumped up as soon as we took our plates to the kitchen; his excitement when my husband reached for his hiking boots; and the countless quotidian things that now remind us of his absence. Our first dog; a constant companion; our "only child." (Don't tell the cats.) One of a kind: Hector with the outsized paws that made him look like had more growing to do. Woods dog: king of the rock ledge and fallen tree, nemesis of the deer and squirrels and foxes. Wissahickon Dog.Katherine YoonPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaDecember 11, 2014
Frankie
12/31/2014 - 12/8/2014Frank-a-lini,
My sweet boy. I feel in love with you the first time we met, and you climbed up into my lap, ready for me to take you home. You climbed into my heart, in the days, weeks, months and years that followed. Such a happy boy, tail always wagging. You loved to play fetch and sit pretty. You were happy to go on any adventure - climb mountains, swim, kayak, rides in the car, and of course, play ball. Most of all, you loved to snuggle with your Momma under the covers, safe and warm. You have been my constant companion for these last 6 years. My best friend. The greatest listener, and you always found a way to make me laugh and smile with your comical personality. I cant believe you aren't here to greet me at the door anymore. I miss your soft fur, and sweet face. I'm so sorry that your body got sick, and our time together was cut short. I couldn't bear to watch you suffer, unable to do the things you loved, and be the silly doxie we all knew and loved. We loved you so much, Frankie, and there is a place in my heart that will always be reserved for you. Milo is missing you terribly, but we want you to go on in peace, until we are all reunited again. Love Always, Momma
Moira DugganEast Bridgewater, MassachusettsDecember 11, 2014
Frito
12/7/2014Frito, You will never leave us. We will keep you in our hearts forever. We love you and miss you.Mike & Tara QuinnTampa, FloridaDecember 11, 2014
Jack
12/23/1996 - 12/4/2014Jack, your family misses you every day and we think about you constantly. You were with us for almost 18 years so we shared a lot together, good and bad. The house is different without you around and we can't seem to stop looking for you and expecting to see your energetic welcome when we get home after a day out. You truly touched our lives and we were blessed to have you as part of our family as long as we did.

Love you and miss you,
Mom, Dad and your younger Sister
Eric FusseneggerE FALLOWFIELD, PennsylvaniaDecember 10, 2014
Howie
9/19/2006 - 12/9/2014It is with heavy heart tonight that I write this. We had our vet (Dr Juliana Lyles, DVM) from the Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice and In Home Euthanasia come to the house tonight as we had to put our Howie boy down. He was one of the sweetest boys you would ever know. I don’t think he had a mean bone in his body.
He started to have problems with all his legs about 2 months ago so we took him to the vet. We were told that he had a brain tumor and that he would only get worse. Well, he got to the point that he could not control any of his legs, and was not able to walk. He is a big boy so his constant falling was hard on him. He is just over 8 years old so this was a very hard decision to make, but one that had to be done.
I can’t believe our Howie is gone. I will miss his goofy antics, his loving kisses, and his love for everyone. He was such a sweet boy, who will now run free without falling, over that Rainbow Bridge.
I wish our fur babies could be with us forever. This is so damn hard, not only for us but for our other dogs. Raven will be lost, Howie was her best buddy. They truly loved being together.
I could go on and on but I will leave it as it is. Run free our sweet Toivo’s Deal or No Deal (Howie).. You will forever and always be a part of our hearts.
Thank you, Dr Juliana Lyles, DVM for being there again for us. You have been with us now with Boomer, Cleo and now Howie. Your care and understanding is beyond what we could ask for.
Roberta and Don ToivolaStreamwood, IllinoisDecember 10, 2014