Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Daisy
6/2/2002 - 6/2/2015Today marks 4 weeks since I had to let my Daisy go. I really have not had the emotional strength to write this and tell her story until today. I miss her and still cry for her everyday. She will always be in my heart.Robin RuckerWest Hills, CaliforniaJune 30, 2015
Dodger
3/1/2015 - 6/27/2015Dodger is now a lion dog in the Animal Kingdom. We miss your steadfast love. You were a part of our family for half of Lily's life, and most of Sam's life. You loved to have your head and face pet with vigor, and you growled in a silly way when we rubbed your belly. Your warm welcomes after a trip away were the best part about coming home! You'd play with the leash whenever we began a walk, and you were busy exploring along the way. Even though you didn't know how to play with other dogs, you could round them up, as a good collie should. You taught your brother Buckley how to bark, but he never caught on to your trick of pulling almost-ripe, heirloom tomatoes from the vines and relishing them in the back yard. To your credit, you never destroyed the plants.

Thanks for everything; sweet, loyal friend. You'll be missed forever.
Karin AdlerOak Ridge, TennesseeJune 30, 2015
Twinkle Toes
6/27/2015Twinkle Toes, you will always be missed by many. Cat heaven gained another angel and a very good one. We will always remember how you were such a great cat and always there for us. Always wanted to be on someone's lap and if not you were wanting someone to always pet you. No matter what, no other cat will be able to replace you! REST IN PEACE BABY GIRL. very sad. <3Brooke EnglertClearwater, FloridaJune 29, 2015
Jake Woodrow Rowland
10/15/2002 - 6/26/2015Our dearest Jake, words cannot adequately express what you have meant to us. Your sweet smile, your soft silky fur, your gentle manner as well as your bossy mouth, your serious nature and your incredible sense of time. We'll miss your beautiful singing with Duke and Waldo, your leadership skills during our pack walks, and your superb shepherding skills. You will always be in our hearts and thoughts, but we know you are now free of pain and are running with Duke, Lynard, Blue, Pepino, Sierra and Roachie. Have fun big man, we love you !! We will meet you all some day and what a great time that will be!

P.S Waldo and the rest of the crew miss and you and love you too!!!!!
Patrick & Valerie RowlandWeston, FloridaJune 28, 2015
Latte
11/3/2005 - 6/25/2015Latte our beautiful lab received her angel wings on June 26th 2015 surrounded by her family and pet brother and sisters. She was a gentle and loving lab who love life to the fullest.. She will be forever imprinted in our hearts.Michelle CaronCHelmsford, MassachusettsJune 28, 2015
Fiona
4/30/2003 - 6/26/2015Fiona was the sweetest bull terrier to grace our lives.kate kyrestampa, FloridaJune 28, 2015
Niko
10/3/2003 - 6/25/2015I would like to thank Dr. Dani McVety from Lap Of Love for helping me lay my dog Niko to rest comfortably. This is the first time in nineteen years that I now will be coming home to an empty house. The emotional loss and pain I'm experiencing is overwhelming and numbing, it's a total shock. My home is so quiet without his presence, no longer do I hear his paws walking on the hard floors or the doggie door covers flapping as he goes in and out of the house. I'll miss those early morning and late evening walks he took ME ON, no matter how tired or busy my days were I always looked forward these. The walks with him around the neighborhood or park were my stress relief moments and he enjoyed them as well. Our lives together were so structured meal times and walks were always on schedule, I never needed an alarm clock as a reminder because Niko would come looking for me. This all came to a screeching halt on Thursday June 25th 2015, I ask God to give strength and guidance to carry on without my boy Niko.Michael BarqueraLargo, FloridaJune 28, 2015
Bella Daisy Geegan
1/1/2001 - 6/24/2015Bella was a rescue dog who really rescued me ... from the moment I laid eyes on her (on-line) at "Little Doggies Rescue," Alabama, I fell in love with her. It took her about 30 months before she would trust my husband not to harm her - her abuser was a man. The day her tail perked up, instead of being tucked under her belly, was the happiest day of our lives. From that point forward her sassy, sweet and "I know I'm loved" personality came out. She would prance and do this little prancing jig that cracked me up because she was so happy. When we would come in from a walk, Bella would have this little zip in her step --- she'd run to get a toy or dive into her bed and roll around. I will miss the unconditional love she gave me and her loud snores. She may have been 9 pounds but she could snore louder than my 175 pound husband! I will miss her joyous spirit and nature --- how she would follow me around the house wherever I went. She would wait at the door and stare at it until I came home ... I called her my little "tater-tot," and I will miss nuzzling into her face and getting her little licks. She has left a gaping hole in my heart yet I am so blessed that I had nine-years of joy with her ... she went out with the same dignity and grace that made her so special, in her little bed with me right there by her side, kissing her forehead. I love you my precious baby girl and my life will never be the same again.Diana GeeganSt. Petersburg, FloridaJune 27, 2015
Champ
6/23/2015Dawn Ray and I found Champ in 1999 on a hike in Dixon MO when he was about 5 months old, starving, and with an awful gangrenous shotgun wound on his chest about the size of a porterhouse steak. We went into town and bought bandages and fed him, after he ate he looked at us both like "What now guys?" We, at the exact same time exclaimed "This dog is a champ!".

We could never have afforded to fix Champ, but the folks at the Barns hospital research department did it because Dawn worked there, they thought the broad spectrum antibiotics would shorten his life considerably, he didn't. Over the next few years BB's from the shot would bounce out on the floor sometimes when he scratched, and one never came out of his forehead, sometimes I called him 'BB head'!

Champ became mine and my friends, family and coworkers daily companion for the next 15 years. I loved to take him camping the most, he was an excellent swimmer for his webbed paws and having spent his first few months scrounging along the Gasconade river. Champ was extremely friendly but an alpha personality, I once witnessed a good friend's two labs twice his size start following him around the yard after about an hour of intense debate. ;)

I took him everywhere including to work until a few years ago when he became a little more boisterous, so we started spending more time at home where we have a big yard with lots of company and play.

His mind and body have been failing now for quite some time, this is the toughest thing I've ever done but it was time to set him free.

I love you Champ, you're the best friend a guy could ever have, and if there's a Dog Heaven, I'm quite sure you'll be running things in no time!
Dan BusseySt. Louis, MissouriJune 26, 2015
Gizmo
6/15/2002 - 6/23/2015The house is quiet without your loud purring and meows. You haven’t been laying on the back of the couch on your favorite blanket. You are missed. You are loved more than you know. You have been there with us since the beginning…every milestone, every celebration, every part of our lives had you in it. You were our first “fur baby” and you gracefully welcomed our other fur babies into the family, and even our human babies. You made us a family from the day we brought you home in a coca-cola box. We will miss you meowing at us in the morning when you’re hungry. I will miss your little clumps of white fur on the stairs moments after I cleaned the house. I will miss having stare-offs with you, looking into your big green eyes. We will see you again one day, Gizmo…Goozie…king cat. Love, Mom and Dad, Dignan and Guinness, Bridget and Henry.Erin DawkinsClawson, MichiganJune 24, 2015