Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/28/2014My arms are empty, my lap is cold, it's just not fair that you had to grow old. I understand that you are in a better place, but that does not ease the pain of not seeing your face. I know one day I will again pet your furry head, but until then my love, I will have to dream of you instead.Cynthia VickFlat Rock, North CarolinaAugust 1, 2014
7/4/2000 - 7/29/2014In loving memory of Bear Dog. He was a 14 year old black Lab. He was a big part of the family and will be loved and missed forever. He was always full of love and energy. Life will not be the same without him. Knowing he is free of pain and confusion and we have many fun loving memories together is the reasoning Bear will never be forgotten. Nite Nite Bear Dog, Sweet Dreams!Romulus, MichiganAugust 1, 2014
Ted Dicks (teddy Bear)
7/17/2014 - 6/25/2014Ted was the best dog/family member ever, we were so blessed for the 11 years he gave us. ! Ted was so smart, fast, protective, and the most loving, cuddly, 100 lb lap dog to exist. Ted never once chewed the kids toys, or did anything other than make us laugh, and love more. He amazed us with his speed/agility/love and how protective he was. From day one slept by my side, and was with me and our family every minute. He was one of the strongest loves of our lives! We called him King, since he was so good, he deserved to be treated like a king! When he was 10, he was diagnosed with some growth on his spine, either arthritus or cancer, then a few months later, a leaky heart valve was discovered. We decided not to put him through anymore vet visits, and let him live the rest of his life like the King he was. We spoiled him rotten, well we did from day one. He was always happy, and eager to please. Ted is very missed by our family, our hearts have a special place for him, and we know Jessy, Mindy & Starlite, Chippie, and our other angels are running around with him. He is young again, and free from pain. We love you fuzzy face, enjoy heaven, you are always in our hearts and thoughts.Deb DicksLongwood, FloridaJuly 31, 2014
5/12/1994 - 7/18/2014Belle, you were such a special kitty. We were lucky to have had you in our lives for almost 19 years. You were so pretty , kind, and good. We could not have asked for a better pet. We miss you so much! Love, Your Mom and DadTom and Carol GuralskiClermont, FL, FloridaJuly 31, 2014
8/8/1997 - 7/24/2014Pandora, you were my spirit and love for 17 years. You were always by my side. You were a beautiful soul that entered into my life and I was truly blessed to have you for so many years. I am so sad that you are gone, my heart is broken. I will miss you every day.Lisa ConforaCollingswood, New JerseyJuly 30, 2014
10/22/2000 - 7/16/2014Kelsey, our sweet girl, we miss you so very much. We are reminded just how much you were loved by all of our friends, neighbors, and your therapy dog friends and clients. You were absolutely the best with that engaging smile and wagging tail. We will never forget how you got up from your bed to greet Dr. Juliana, tail wagging, even though you were hurting so . . . a therapy dog to the very end.Joe BednarzArlington Heights, IllinoisJuly 28, 2014
1/1/2008 - 7/28/2014Today my little old man 'Pops' got his wings and flew off to be with his sister Callie at Rainbow Bridge. You will always be in my heart little boy and there will always be an empty space in our bed R.I.P. now little boy ~ Love your Mom and DadMichele HattinghHaymarket, VirginiaJuly 28, 2014
7/18/2000 - 7/27/2014I will always love you, Merlin. Thank you for always being there for me. You will always be my first boy. I am forever grateful that you chose me to be your human.Jennifer KilzerOrlando, FloridaJuly 28, 2014
**Tribute to Rex, Our Joyful Dog**

*Our special Labrador Retriever, Rex, passed away at home in Corona on 7/27/14, assisted over the Rainbow Bridge by Dr. Erin Hogan.
Wagging his tail and happy to be allowed onto the couch, Rex peacefully snored his way into heaven.
Diane & Pete N.Corona, CaliforniaJuly 28, 2014
2/10/2004 - 7/25/2014My sweet, beautiful Eve. You gave me 10 1/2 wonderful years, full of love, loyalty, companionship, and just plain fun. I am so sorry that you had to develop such an awful cancer that took you so soon. Letting you go was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do, but as you left this world with you face and front paws in my arms, I knew that you would not hurt anymore. After they diagnosed you on July 11th, we had some really special days together, including "doggy bites ice cream" from Dairy Queen. I asked you to let me know when it was time, and my sweet beautiful girl, you did just that. The house is very empty and quiet now. I miss the sound of your feet on the floor and you infrequent bark as you protected the front door view. My heart is aching and will for sometime, but I will always keep you close to my heart, and will never forget you. Be at peace my sweet princess.......I love you.
Mimi O'DonnellRound Lake, IllinoisJuly 27, 2014