Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
8/12/2001 - 2/12/2015Dexter - I love you with all my heart. You were my best friend and my heart is broken into a million pieces right now. I just kissed you goodbye last night, and when I started to awaken this morning, I could hear you purring and behind my closed eyes I could see yours looking back at me. Then the harsh light of day rushed over me, and I woke up with a blinding headache and felt sick to my stomach. There will always be an emptiness in myself and in the house that will never be filled. I am sorry you had to suffer even for a minute. You were such a good boy, you didn't deserve any pain. I'm happy to have taken all that pain from you so I can hold it all in my heart. I know in time, this agonizing heartache will ease, and I will be able to remember you with smiles instead of tears. You gave me more than 13 years of joy that I can reflect upon. To paraphrase a line from the Best Friend Tribute, "I'll wrap all treasured memories in a blanket of my love and keep them for my best friend until we meet above." I'll see you on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge, Sweet Boy!Maryanne McGovernDelran, New JerseyFebruary 13, 2015
5/2/1999 - 2/10/2015In loving memory of our Sadie. She was always by our side. It didn't matter what we were doing, she was there sort of saying "me too, me too" She loved being with us in the yard. She made a art out of relaxing. Whatever room you moved to in the house, there she was, relaxing....
Our home will never be the same without our Sadie. We will miss her everyday,but with 15 years of loving memories Sadie will continue to put a smile on our face everyday, just like she always did. We love you Sadie. You will always be in our hearts.
Mauree WoollamPitman, New JerseyFebruary 12, 2015
Cooper Mcnair
3/5/2006 - 2/10/2015Good bye Cooper Blue Hojo Peeness Wrinkle McNair. Tell that 2 timing Katie hello and hug
your step-sister Blue. She's white with black spots.

My silent psychologist capable of making me smile while sleeping, you propped my head up
when down. I wish you were a parrot.

I wanted to know where you were throughout your life and where your flesh landed. Now I know.

I'll be back in a minute k buddy... R.I.P.
Shawn McNairPasadena, TexasFebruary 12, 2015
2/9/2015Someone told me recently that grieving is the final gift that we can give our loved ones, because where there is tremendous grief - there was tremendous love!!!! Must be true, Detroit - we loved for almost 13 years, and the grief is tremendous right now. God speed, big boy - frolic in the snow with Butch, SweetPea, and even that Fuzz cat. Some people may say, "just a dog" , well maybe, but you were and always will be, MY dog - and I love you.Diane GraffMifflintown, PennsylvaniaFebruary 11, 2015
Francesca Cook
3/1/2015 - 12/28/2014My darling Francesca. You came to me in my 41st year. So unexpectedly. It wasn’t so much a meeting as a reunion, as though I had known you all along, as though it were meant to be. I didn’t think I was ready for a dog and I tried to resist, advertising a home for you, taking you to the local pet shop for adoption. Visiting you each day until I realized I couldn’t leave you. Before you, I never knew that I could literally fall in love with a dog. A plain little black puppy who chewed everything in sight, you blossomed into a stunning creature full of charm and personality. Your beauty, style, and grace, your indomitable spirit took my breath away. My best friend and companion, I told you I loved you a hundred times every day in our fourteen and a half years together. I longed for you when I was away, and reveled as you did, in our reunions. You were my brave protector but so loving and sweet with other people, especially children and old men. You always knew how to be the best in every situation and I was always so proud of you. My love for you grew every day and I never doubted for a second how lucky I was to have you. You gave me more than I ever dreamed possible, and I know that when my life in done, I will think you and know as do now, that you were the love of my life.Rose CookRiverside, CaliforniaFebruary 11, 2015
2/20/2015 - 1/14/2015Kona Bear, today marks 1 today since you went to the Rainbow Bridge. We miss you profoundly and not a day goes by that our hearts don't ache for your sweet face, your beautiful smile and your unconditional love. You are and will always be our child, our love love and our big baby bear. We are thankful that you are no longer suffering and are running around chasing hockey pucks, birds and Frisbees and swimming to your hearts content. I can't wait to be able to snuggle with you again. XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOTerry and Jacki HalfordTemecula, CaliforniaFebruary 11, 2015
11/20/1997 - 2/9/2015Senna Great Dog Champion Dog She Will Be Missed Big TimeFred HammadiSanta Barbara, CaliforniaFebruary 11, 2015
4/28/2005 - 1/29/2015We'll miss our long walks, those rides in the car.
Your expressive sweet face, the touch of your paw.
The house seems so empty because you are missing.

So long for now, gentle giant, you won everyone's heart with your easy going way.
Our time with you seemed to flash by so quickly, but we'll see you again someday.
Thank you, Jake, for the time that we had, until we meet again
Love, Mom & Dad
Joanne & Russ KaterPerkasie, PennsylvaniaFebruary 11, 2015
4/25/2005 - 2/8/2015Sunday afternoon, February 8, 2015, I said goodbye to my beloved furry family member, Smoky, and set him free from the ravages of cancer. I'm so very grateful for the loving kindness, and help of Dr. Jennifer Cook whose gentleness, sensitivity, empathy, and compassion gave comfort to me and dignity, love, and tenderness to my sweet baby as we bid him farewell.
Smoky died calmly, quietly, and peacefully in his favorite outdoor place.....our backyard with his "papa" by his side and me holding his paw and caressing his head. It hurts to lose him, but I'm thankful for our time together and the special bond and relationship we had.
Thank you, Dr. Cook, for easing the pain of a difficult decision.
Sandra DuttonKnoxville, TennesseeFebruary 11, 2015
4/25/2008 - 2/7/2015Our sweet boy left us far too soon. We will cherish every day that we had with you. Run free sweet spirit. Leap and jump and bark. You are in your perfect body, free from suffering and pain.

We miss you more than you can ever know, but we know that someday we will all be together again.

In loving memory from your human mom and dad, and Caden, Wilkie, Ceilidh, Pekoe, and Aslan.
Chris and Jeanne MasonMechanicsburg, PennsylvaniaFebruary 10, 2015