Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/1/2010 - 2/27/2017My sweet StellaBella. I have never known a soul so pure, kind and loving.Valerie MonismithGermantown, TennesseeMarch 5, 2017
12/17/2002 - 3/3/2017To my beautiful Savannah. I am sorry we are not together. You were in so much pain, I could not watch you go on and know I could help you. We always called you "The Best Dog in the World" and you will always be. I miss you more than you can imagine and I would give anything to have you laying on the coach with me. I love you forever.Susan ShomperOviedo, FloridaMarch 5, 2017
5/13/2004 - 3/2/2017In loving memory of my DEAR Sweet Cozmo... You have held a special place in our hearts & always will! Although you had your share of health issues over the years, you always had the most happy , caring nature over your almost 13 years here with us.. We dealt with all your allergies, over the years, & managed to find foods that you could tolerate.. Venison being your favorite, and your duck jerky treats. and your daily benadryl hidden in a piece of turkey to help with your seasonal allergies , but took it all in stride giving daddy his nightly BIG hug on his chair watching tv & my every morning kiss on my ear telling me it was time to wake up & go out to pee.

Then came the heart murmur.. for a few years all was ok, but then saw you tiring so fast, then the cough. put you on the medications they use for this, but know that you being you could not tolerate these meds. As we tried but soon found I was right... No eating, etc. & constant itching.. You were too sensitive & special to us to see you suffer with all the allergic reactions, & know we did the right thing... You gave me that "Look" in your eyes & my kiss on my ear that day & I know you were telling me , although you would try to keep up the best you could, you were VERY Tired..
I will love you forever, as I have had such an emotional connection to you since we or I should say YOU picked us out way back when , when you we only 2 days old.
Maureen SousaTewksbury, MassachusettsMarch 4, 2017
1/3/2001 - 3/3/2017Lily dog. Our lover girl. It was 16 years ago and 3 months to the day that you came into this world. Little did I know how much my life would change when I adopted you from my next door neighbor in Altadena. I'll never forget the first time you met Warren. You sat between us and totally knew...he was the real deal. You jumped up, gave him a huge kiss and his heart melted. So did mine. From that day forward we've been a family. Man, have we had some adventures together! I love how you were always so excited to get in the car to go for a ride. Our road trips were the best. You'd get so worked up about the idea, we even had to pull you out of a few of our friends' cars a few times in the driveway. You were the best hostess welcoming friends to our house, and they always knew how happy you were to see them. When Warren and I would dance in the kitchen, you'd do your doggie dance and join in. No matter if we were away from you for five minutes or five days, you unfailingly greeted us with so much joy and love. And shoes. You always brought us a shoe...or two. And you made me laugh every time you'd try and chase a squirrel. Thank you for keeping an eye on us. Thank you for all the marvelous mushy cuddles and the sweetest days of my life Lily dog. We've grown up together. You've seen us through so much with your pure, most unconditional and gentle love. What a gift. I will hold onto those moments forever. I'll miss going to work with you each day and seeing your face and big ears looking up at me in the studio. Now you know I'm gonna be okay. I love you my most precious angel doggie. Ciao for now. I'll see you on the other side of the rainbow. XOXOJill CooperFort Lauderdale, FloridaMarch 4, 2017
9/27/2003 - 2/28/2017Our loving Bailey will forever be in our hearts. The time came for us to say our farewells to our sweet and beautiful fur baby, Bailey. It was a beautiful and peaceful passing. I couldn't stand the thought of Bailey's last moments in this world being in a cold and scary office. The vet's office made her nervous since it was the one place she got poked and prodded. We found a wonderful vet, Dr. Tiffany Matheson, that made house visits. The morning of February 28, 2017 was a sad morning waiting for Dr. Tiffany to come knowing that these were our last moments with our sweet girl. Every time I looked at her, my eyes started to swell. She looked so peaceful resting on the couch. She had lost so much weight during her final month in our lives.

Bailey was the perfect dog with the sweetest temperament. She was strong, but gentle. She was a 50 pound lap dog and had been with me for nearly half of my life. Her fur was the color of Bailey's Irish Cream with a perfect white triangle above her tail. She was a little princess who hated getting her paws wet in the grass after it rained, but loved playing in the dirt. She first entered my life in 2003 and made the next 14 Christmases feel even more special just by being there. She had been with me as I completed high school, attended college and law school, started my career, met my loving husband, and expanded our family with the birth of Dominic.

She was always there to comfort me. I loved cuddling with her. Her snuggles always made even the worst of days feel better. She was always loyal and sweet. She loved being buried in covers while she rested on my legs.

She was such a good girl. She always thought of me as her "protector." Whenever she was scared, she always came to me to comfort her, even if I was the one yelling at her (which wasn't often). She was scared of loud noises and I sometimes made her nervous because I tend to speak loudly. She always wanted to be a "good girl." If she had an accident in the house (which wasn't her fault because we had been at work all day) or she did something she knew she wasn't supposed to do, she gave herself away because her tail would be tucked between her legs and she cowered toward us. It was her way of ratting herself out while telling us she was sorry. Her whole body started shaking if she thought I was mad at her. I could never be mad at her for more than a few seconds because all she wanted was love and affection and to please us. I would hold her until she stopped shaking and give her a trillion kisses on the top of her head while she was in my arms.

She didn't have a mean bone in her body. We could place our hands in her mouth while she gnawed on a steak bone and she would release her grip with sad, but dutiful, eyes. She always wanted to please us and loved making us happy. Dominic wasn't her favorite, but she was wonderful with him. Dominic adored her. He loved chasing her around and splashing in her water bowl. If he was upset, he only needed to see Bailey and he would start chuckling. Dominic thought Bailey was amazing.

She loved sunbathing and moonbathing and she really loved food. She hated swimming until one random day when we were at Lake Ida when she was 10 years old. We were confused at who this new water loving dog was but loved watching her excitement in the water. She hated car rides but tolerated them with grace. I think it was because she liked being in control of her movements. She wasn't fond of showers, but obliged by calmly standing there until we were finished scrubbing her clean. She would run around the house after being bathed looking for anyone to show off her clean coat to. We always gave her extra lovings after a shower so she knew being clean was something to be proud about. She hated suitcases. Whenever we brought them out to pack for a trip, she would nervously follow me around the house begging me not to leave her. She loved walks and would run to the door if we said the word. She knew the cues for when a walk or run was imminent and became very excitable and eager.

She knew she was allowed on one sofa chair in the living room, one couch in the family room if the blanket was on it and I invited her up, and our bed upon invitation. She never went on any other furniture. She respected the rules and became excited whenever I brought out the blanket for the couch. She knew I let her up in the bed with me whenever Michael was traveling for work and she would pace the bedroom whenever Michael was gone waiting for the invitation. She cuddled so sweet and comforted me while Michael was away.

We placed food on the coffee table or any other low table without ever worrying about her trying to eat it. As much as she loved food, she knew it wasn't for her. Even when food fell on the floor, she often waited until she was told she could have it before devouring it. Every morning when I put food in her bowl, she sat and waited until I told her it was time to eat. She eagerly awaited my command. She always devoured her food so quickly I often wondering if she had time to enjoy it. She knew I fed her after my shower. While I was still living at my parents house, she would stay in my bed curled under the covers until I got out of the shower. After Michael and I got married and moved in together, she would rest on the rug in the bathroom while I showered to ensure she was up and ready for when it was time to eat.

If I was on the computer, she insisted on sitting the chair with me. I always found room for the two of us to sit together. While I was in law school, it was impossible to study at home because she demanded that I pet her with both hands. If I only pet her with one hand while holding a book in the other, she would whimper until I gave her my full undivided attention. It was darling.

Once Dominic was born, it was challenging finding the right balance to express my love for Bailey with the demands of a newborn. I did my best. I hope she knows that. I invited her on the couch to cuddle with me while Dominic napped on me and while he was nursing. As Dominic grew older, Bailey became too much of a distraction for him. My snuggling time with Bailey was limited to the evenings once Dominic went to bed. We took Bailey on walks with us and always made sure to greet Bailey with excitement whenever we walked into the house.
Lenore ParrBoynton Beach, FloridaMarch 3, 2017
10/27/2007 - 2/28/2017In loving memory of Ringo
Ringo, our gentle giant. We will miss your big, sweet heart, your kind, soulful eyes, and that warm and goofy smile that always made us smile back. Although you have left our lives, your spirit and the memory of your unconditional love remains in a very special place in each of our hearts.
We will forever cherish all of the memories and good times we had together, like when we would go “bye-bye” in the car to the park, the way how you would lay down and relax when we were giving you a bath in the yard, that time you ate the strawberries we were growing in the garden, and all the laughs and smiles we shared.
We loved you from the moment you were born. What a love we shared! When we were separated we longed to see you and your brother again. We were so happy to have to opportunity to bring you and Johnny home to live out the remainder of your lives. I hope we made you happy and comfortable.
You gave us such motivation to go out and enjoy the world. We took trips many parks, the lake and the beach together. You even loved trips to the vet! As long as it involved going “bye-bye” in the car, you were excited to go!
You made us laugh so much. The way you and Johnny would howl in unison. How you loved lying in water puddles and your little pool, you barely fit into.
It broke our hearts when you got sick, but we tried our best to make your last days your best days. That final trip to Lake Houston was the best day! The sun was shining and the cool breeze coming off the lake as we relaxed under the tall pines. I know we will be reminded of that special day with you often.
When you were weak and weary, we carried you and tended to your needs. When you were in pain, we comforted you and cared for you. We wish we could have kept you here forever, but even forever would not have been long enough to have you by our side. And now, we carry the weight of our heavy, saddened hearts; but we find comfort in knowing that you are no longer suffering, and that you have made it home to Heaven. You will be dearly missed, Ringo.
Marcella GonzalezHouston, TexasMarch 3, 2017
Killmo Aka Mr. Killmouseki
3/18/1998 - 3/1/2017The joy and love that you brought to me when I adopted you and your sister in 1998 only makes the pain of your passing over the bridge so much more acute. I held you in my arms and gave you one last kiss as you slipped away in my arms. Setting you free to be happy again in the comfort of your home and my arms was the only gift l had left to giver you. I miss you and always will.

I will miss how you greeted me every time I walked through the front door. I will miss the constancy of you following me everywhere I went in the house. Most of all I will miss when you would nuzzle into my shoulder as I watched late night news in bed and then as I turned out the lights feeling you moving down to my feet and lying across my legs. You stuck to me like glue. I will miss your joyous spirit and your adorable ways. There was never a person who didn't fall in love with you just a little bit. You were such a sweet and beautiful soul.

Mr. Killmo never had a mean bone in his body. He charmed the pants off of everyone. I love you forever my dear Killmo and I will miss you forever. Thank you for giving me so many years of unconditional love.

Run free with your sister my beloved Killmo.
Joan UsiakBuffalo, New YorkMarch 2, 2017
6/24/2004 - 2/23/2017Our sweet Lil' D oh how we miss you. You were our little "chuma" from Ybor City and we loved you so much. It was terribly hard to let you go, but let you go we must. We miss your bark alerting us of your presence. We miss your sassy way of just being you. We miss your mischievous look telling us " Hey, this is how I roll, deal with it"! I could write forever all the things we miss, but you know all this. Never seeing you flop over for a belly rub again tops Mama's list along with missing you at my feet for "mimina" time. Daddy misses helping you get in your favorite spots with your special pillows. Your sissies miss your cuddles and running in the yard together. If I could keep you forever I would but unfortunately that's not part of the deal. You were my baby Daisy and will always hold a place in my heart just for you because you were special. You made it through every obstacle life tried to throw at you until your little body couldn't fight anymore. We know we did what was right, but we've both got pieces missing from our hearts now that you've gone. Remember this Lil' D, Mama and Daddy loved you more than words can say and we miss you dearly. We hope you're at the Rainbow Bridge playing and smelling with all the other coochies. And I hope there's lots of lizards for you to hunt and watch. ❤️🐶🐾Meredith FuentesOldsmar, FloridaMarch 2, 2017
8/30/2001 - 2/28/2017My beloved Sage, my poopsie doodle, I love you so much! You were seriously the best dog ever and I will miss you so much. I have lost my shadow and the silence is deafening. You gave me so much love and comfort these past 11 years. I enjoyed our morning walks in the park as much as you did, but I don't believe I showed it as enthusiastically. You were always ready to go wherever and whenever we were going. I love how you were more interested in attention than treats. Even the obedience school teacher picked up on that. And you were always so willing to please. . . even the cat when he would take your bed or even pee on your bed. You just kinda shrugged it off. You knew you were not allowed on the sofa, but when you wanted to snuggle you would put your whole body on the sofa, except your hind legs. I love how smart you were. When we first brought you home you would nip us whenever we came home, as a way of herding us. I did not like this and encouraged you to lick instead. It didn't take long for you to run to us and just do a little lick as you passed by. I miss those. You never aged to me, and I am sorry it took me so long to realize that even in the end you were trying to please me. Trying to be the young, vibrant, full of life dog you were when we first fell in love. I am so thankful that God gave us time in the end to just spend together, with no distractions. I will always cherish those days. You're a good girl and mamma loves you!Keely LubyConestoga, PennsylvaniaMarch 2, 2017
10/1/2005 - 2/22/2017Shawdow - 10/01/2005 – 02/22/2017
11 years, 4 months and 21 days old (4,156 days)
Today we held you one last time, kissed your head and rubbed your back and said good-bye…
Pup you will forever be a part of our family whether physically here on earth or in our hearts. We feel broken at the loss of you, sweet girl but could see the cancer and pain had become too much to withstand. We may struggle to find comfort now and the coming days but hold on to the fact that you are in a better place, pain free, and full of life somewhere.

You saw us through so many life changes, it is hard to imagine life going on without you by our side. Although the sting of loss is fresh today, may our happy memories made flood our hearts and minds. I will always remember the many times. We took walks, went to the beach, played in the snow, go running through the weeds, shotgun rides in the car with the windows down, laying in bed and being by my side. The house seems so quiet and I catch myself listening for the nails clicking as you walk on the tile floor. Wanting to reach down to scruff your shaggy ears and gently rub your soft little paws. For 11 plus years you filled my life with love unlike any puppy. I mourn your loss but somehow find peace knowing that you are no longer in pain and can finally rest. You are always in my heart and entwined in a piece of my life. We love, love, love you pup with all of our hearts.
Tanner GreenBoca Raton, FloridaMarch 1, 2017