Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/16/2016 - 6/28/2016' Sugar ' was not just her name... it was also a mark of her personality.. She really was ' sweet as Sugar '. A most gentle loving soul.... She quickly became ' the favorite ' of the family and to all who came through our door. For 17 years she brought us happiness and joy. She was so quiet, you would almost forget she was around, until she gently nuzzled your hand ... A few moments of scratching her behind the ears brought her complete satisfaction. We always whispered " Love you Sugie bug ' when saying goodnight...

We were told , when she was less than a year, that her hip dysplasia would need surgery to correct and she would not live past 3 years...

She lived to be 17. She overcame... And she lived with love and brought us love in return. I love you My Sug...
Debora Allan-BaileyWest Palm Beach, FloridaJune 30, 2016
8/25/1996 - 6/29/2016RIP Clancy...Scott and I made the hard, yet loving, decision to let Clancy go, as his quality of life had deteriorated rapidly over the last week (kidney failure). He was our spoiled baby for almost 20 years, and lived a great and, I hope, fulfilled life with us. He got to cross the rainbow bridge here at home, with his mommy and daddy petting him and telling him how much we loved him while holding him in my arms. We are both devastated right now and miss him terribly.

Farewell, my sweet, beautiful baby boy...mommy and daddy love you with all our hearts. Say "hi" to your sister Chloe in Heaven.
Devonne SchmolkeSacramento, CaliforniaJune 30, 2016
"Not even a sparrow is forgotten by God."
Luke 12:6
Sarah SadarPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJune 30, 2016
3/2/2003 - 6/23/2016Last Friday we lost our beloved 13 year old Siberian Husky, Trinity. She was the best dog one could ever ask for. Now that she is gone, I truly appreciate how much these furry little angels teach us about how precious the simple things in life are. She drank beer at our parties, she went on road trips with us, she went on several camping trips and even rode on a boat at the lake. She was truly a great companion. What I wouldn't give to take her on one more walk. Unfortunately her hind legs gave out on her to the point where she could no longer get up. Her inability to move started to make her very anxious. Seeing her like this broke our hearts and it was time to make a very tough decision. I hope at some other place in some other time I will meet her again. Thanks for all the great memories Trinity, you are greatly missed.Jose RinconLexington, KentuckyJune 30, 2016
Curley Rice-lapensee
3/21/2003 - 6/25/2016Curley
We were so lucky to have Curley come live with us when he was only 6 weeks old. He loved romping in the snow and chasing around the outside of the house and especially around the deck of the pool when our other dog Achilles would swim in the pool without him. Eventually he would go in and chase the tennis ball and bring it back to us. Whenever someone came to the door, he would grab a shoe or anything else convenient that he could fit in his mouth and walk around with it as if he were going to give it as a gift to the visitor, but in the end he would never relinquish it. It was just his way of saying welcome to our home.
He never objected to our bringing another dog into the family when he was about 2 years old or when others would come with their dogs to visit. He had just such a gentle and accepting personality.
His favorite spot was to curl up on the barrel chair while we sat nearby to watch TV at night. As he got older, he would lie at the foot of the stairs and watch out the front door to bark if anyone came near the house.
When he got diagnosed with osteosarcoma, we had to amputate his right front leg. He never complained and he kept moving around energetically as if he still had four legs. We were so sad when the cancer finally caught up with him in spite of the chemo treatments and he quickly became paralyzed from the back to the front. He was put to sleep in our arms in a painless and peaceful way.
He will always be a part of our family. We miss you so much Curley.
Marti RiceFairfax, VirginiaJune 29, 2016
11/2/2003 - 6/24/2016IT is very difficult for us at this time, we are missing our boy very much. We hope he is at peace and running through God's fields and jumping off his dock into his lakes.Joyce StoutenbergMaple Valley, WashingtonJune 29, 2016
1/1/2000 - 6/28/2016We had 16 happy years with Quixote. He was a rambunctious spit fire of a kitty. He almost never wanted anything to do with the other cats and he was mostly independent. At about 10 or 11 years old I noticed he became much more affectionate. If Jon and I were on the couch, he wanted to be in between us. He loved being brushed especially on the sides of this face. He was playful and loved food... a little too much. He was sweet, funny and a playful companion. He loved to lick a bit of butter off of the tile as a treat. He enjoyed the backyard. He loved napping in the bushes or laying near the pool. He was spunky up until a few weeks before he passed. I will remember him forever and keep his love in my heart until the end of time. There was only one Quixote and my life was better because of it. Thank you, sweet boy, for letting me be your human.Dar BellisSimi Valley, CaliforniaJune 29, 2016
10/1/2002 - 6/20/2016Our sweet baby Codi was a beautiful Siberian Husky of 14 years. She always kept the home full of fun and laughs. Every day when I returned home from teaching school, Codi knew what time to be at the door to greet me. I would grace her with an after school homemade dog cookie. Codi would sit in front of the oven waiting for the new batch to be done and ready to eat. She would enjoy other favorites like bananas, strawberries,watermelon and fresh raw string beans. Needless to say,she loved to eat her fruits and veggies. One time when she was about 2 years old, she stole a half of cantaloupe from the kitchen counter. We never got upset,we just laughed, "Oh, Codi!",we would say with a chuckle. During the holidays, as soon as the Christmas tree went up, Codi would lay under it waiting for Santa Claus. She was allowed a candy cane. She loved mint! Each night at 9 pm sharp, she and her mama, Cuda, would go into my bedroom to curl up in their beds. It was time for bed. Codi would never leave my side. She loved playing in mom's sock pile or in my laundry basket. Never a chew; just cuddling and acting silly with her rollie-pollie body. Her paws were as big as my hands. She knew how to use them when she wanted something. Codi was also an expert bug hunter. To this day I still don't understand how she found them, but she did. She would take care of business for us then sit back until we discarded the hunted. Never needed an alarm clock, 7 am like clockwork. Codi and her mama howled. When the house was awake, they went back to sleep.
Codi, we will miss you and as I've always whispered to you every night, "I'll love you forever." Wherever we go, you will always be with us. We will never leave you. You will always be our "sweet baby". I love you.
Dawn PantkeSorrento, FloridaJune 29, 2016
1/17/2000 - 6/29/2016Shelby, your gone but never forgotten, you've been my best pal since I was a little boy. You watched me grow from a child into a man and you were with me every step of the way. There's nothing in this world that could replace you. You had a beautiful soul and a wonderful smile. "Dogs may only be a small part of your life. But to them, you are their entire life."Jordan BlairForks, WashingtonJune 29, 2016
1/2/2003 - 6/26/2016Ziggy was our little terror in a good way. She was the runt of the first litter our first dog had. She grew to 12 pounds of neurotic tendencies. We loved every one of them. From her having to be the first dog to run outside or she'd flip out, the first to notify us if someone walked by the house, or to let the other dogs know they were having to much fun so we coined her the "fun police." I would text my husband during the day about her antics and my auto correct always changed her name to Soggy, it was cute it became her new nickname.Anlea KittingerClearwater, FloridaJune 28, 2016