Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Darnell Bruiser Sachs
5/13/2016Darnie and I only had a little over a year and a half together but I loved him with all my heart and he brought so much joy and laughter to my life! I miss my goofy boy so much and will always cherish the times we had together. Run freely my sweet baby boy and know that I will always love and miss you more than I could ever even express.Jordan SachsStillwater, New JerseyMay 15, 2016
Prince e. paws
4/4/2002 - 3/25/2016Prince was a sweet, gentle, loving little man with a confident & determined personality. He was my world and I wish everyday that he were with me. Everyone that saw him admired his rare beauty and perfect proportions. He was large for a Shetland Sheepdog which made him an unusual beauty. He would put his head down and walk into you pressing his head against you, giving you a hug. He was perfect and the world is a less beautiful and sadder place without him. He was a rare gem with unconditional love in plenty.M PHenderson, NevadaMay 15, 2016
8/11/2001 - 5/14/2016Baylee was a bit of a challenge because of her feisty spirit as a youngster. Never could I imagine that in my quest to develop a bond and channel her spirit, that an entire world of friends would be opened up to me. Because of Baylee I became part of a dog community as we helped each other in training and friendship in the hobby of dog sports. Baylee became my solid companion and competitor in obedience shows. She was the queen of the household as she "supervised" her buddies at home and she was a special friend to her favorite Golden boy, Beau. She gave more to me than I could ever give in return. We shared a lifetime of experiences in the almost 15 years that she graced my home for which I will be forever grateful. Miss you, dear friend, but I am glad you are free to race like the wind. Fly free my dear Butterfly girl.Andrea MrazBellflower, CaliforniaMay 14, 2016
6/10/2000 - 5/13/2016Basheera, We love you more than you could ever imagine. You were our dog, our child and our snuggle puppy. You were a friend to your brothers, Duke and Rufus and our baby girl. We loved your gentle kisses and your snorts that let us know you needed rubs. You were always there to greet us when we came home and always there to keep us warm when it was time for bed. It will not be the same now that you are gone and we look forward to the day when we get to cross the rainbow bridge and be together again. We love you so much. Thank you for bringing so much joy into our lives. Love Dad, Mom, Duke and Rufus.Angela & Charles Davidst. louis, MissouriMay 14, 2016
3/13/2001 - 5/8/2016In memory of our loving Itsabell, the "wrong turn" dog that we adopted from a basketful of puppies after ending up at a Target store instead of our original destination. It was fate, she was with us for 15 years, and a beautiful part of of family. She loved walking, and chasing tennis balls, our trips to the dog beach kept us running on the sand with her, and she was so clever, when she got hot, she would dig a hole and lay in the cool sand. She equally enjoyed sitting by the fireplace on her big fluffy bed, and in her later years we would give her a lift up on the old leather couch that was her favorite place to nap. We will miss her welcome home greetings, and her barking reminders for treats. On Mother's Day, she had her last cookie, and left for the parks of heaven. We will miss you old girl.Denise BellHuntington Beach, CaliforniaMay 12, 2016
10/19/2006 - 5/8/2016Ripper, you were the Princess of my Universe and you will reign over our hearts forever. The day I got you was one of the best days of my life. You were pure love and I will miss you eternally. We did right by each other and you were the best friend a girl could have. You stood by me with love in your eyes through all things. You had an inspiring zest for life. You made the best of each moment and have taught me to do the same. I will think about you often and with pure love for the rest of my days. May your energy be reconfigured in a manner that is pleasing to you and may your beautiful essence continue on. Love and kisses eternal.
Leslie and Hamilton
Leslie DickersonNorth Augusta, South CarolinaMay 12, 2016
2/22/2001 - 5/9/2016On the evening of May 9th, Marino was peacefully laid to rest with my dad, mom, and myself sitting right by her side comforting her. 10-12 years that is the average lifespan of a lab but it didn't phase our dear Marino. Marino was a little over 15 when she left us. Losing Marino is very hard for our family, but we know that she is most likely having the time of her life up there, running free with no pain, and enjoying all of the treats that she can get a hold of. Thank you Marino for giving us unconditional love and tail wags. It has been two days and I already miss your presence. You have left your paw print on this home and we will never forget you. I love you always and forever.Kasey WilliamsStrasburg, PennsylvaniaMay 12, 2016
6/10/2002 - 4/28/2016Waffles was the light of our life. He had "heart melting eyes" and was a little man of many faces. Waffles never knew an enemy; From his perspective, every living creature was his friend. He won the hearts of anyone who met him. He loved long walks and car rides with his family and was always by your side if you were sick or having a bad day. He loved us unconditionally. Waffles passing has created a void no one else will ever be able to fill. Tears still fall when we come home and he is not there to greet us or when we eat one of his favorite foods. We miss him so much but find peace in knowing his spunky, fun-loving self is pain free and running freely at the Rainbow Bridge. Our message to our baby is, "We love you and you will always remain in our hearts. See you on the other side!"Cindy RandlSaint Charles, MissouriMay 11, 2016
Dottie Flading
5/9/2016Dottie wasn't just a dog....we all KNEW she was human - lol She was climbing a rock wall to gain entry to our kids playhouse and go down the slide into the pool pretty early on. It amazed us all. There was nothing that the kids would be doing that she didn't find a way to participate in as well. One day when the kids were gone at school and I was working from home I received a call from our neighbor telling me that my dog was "on the fence". I'm thinking that she must be standing at the fence barking at their dog or something...however when I got up from the table to look outside, there she was ON the TOP of the fence walking the fence line looking in all of our neighbors backyards! She looked at steady as a cat walking and as regal as you can imagine. She never jumped down into any one else yard but she sure was checking out what was going on! We decided to get her a playmate when she was three and adopted a yellow lab. Dottie taught her how to use the doggie door and all of the other important things that we asked of her....potty training etc. Made our jobs quite easy with the newest little one. After surprising our kids with a trampoline one Christmas...Dottie ended up getting more use out of that toy than the kids did. Not only did she enjoy it....but had our yellow lab Brandy using it to. Brandy would jump up there with Dottie and Dottie would jump. Brandy at first would get scared. But after Dottie jumped three or four more time...Brandy would join in and the both of them would play on that thing until they couldn't jump any longer. Then they both would lay down on it together and nap. Dottie was definitely a one of a kind dog and I am going to miss being her mom until the end of my days.Lisa FladingMurrieta, CaliforniaMay 11, 2016
Alexis Jacqueline
5/18/2000 - 5/10/2016I am so sad not to have you hear next to me anymore. I miss you so very much little one.Michelle BurkhartOrlndo, FloridaMay 11, 2016