Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/24/2015Romeo -- You appeared on our door step at one day of age and you brought us 13 years of endless love, protection, happiness, and memorable funny stories. You are fluffy, loving, and your motto "Why should I run if I can walk. Why should I stand if I can sit. Why should I sit if I can lie down." You purposefully spent many hours sitting next to us, and upon us. You always snuck on the beds, and furniture and we just laughed because we never thought you would jump that high. We loved when you put your mouth around our arm and pulled it next to you so we would pet you. Your endless gentle taps of your paws upon us to say "Hi", your yawns and sounds to talk to us, and the strength of your wagging tail. May you rest in peace and have tons of fun in heaven. We will miss you always and forever. Tootles till we meet again!Susan keefeBoca Raton, FloridaApril 3, 2015
10/2/1999 - 3/26/2015We miss you more than words can express sweet boy! Thank you for so many wonderful years of unconditional love and devotion You will always be in our hearts.Dianne StankiewiczRaleigh, North CarolinaApril 2, 2015
1/2/2001 - 3/28/2015Sadie will always be remembered as a happy, well mannered, beautiful girl. She was gentle and loving and brought smiles to everyone. There is a big hole in our hearts. She will never be forgotten - for she was "simply the best."Donna SchulteRoyal Oak, MichiganApril 2, 2015
12/2/2015 - 3/30/2015She was born on December 2, 2000, I became her dad on February 24, 2001, a day before my 34th birthday. I remember it like yesterday... She didn't take well to the drive from southern Kentucky to Georgetown, Kentucky and got sicker... than a dog. I was at a point in my life where l needed her and based on the kennel where she was born, she needed me. I researched her breed and was convinced it was the one for me. I got this one right! Unfortunately she was born in a puppy mill and while I don't endorse them, I would not have traded her for anything in the world!

She was a handful at first (she's a terrier) but we bonded quickly and it became OUR bed, couch and backyard within the first week. She was always up for a game of fetch, LOVED being sprayed by the water hose, would go on the longest walks with me and not tire, loved going for a ride in the car and sticking her head out the window, never met a stranger, was good with other dogs, and best of all, she loved sitting in my lap. She was my girl! My baby! Would never let me out of her sight and would follow me around everywhere I went. If I was cutting grass and she couldn't see me... instant cry baby!

April 9, 2005, along comes this other little girl... oh oh! After 4 years of being the one and only, she now had competition for my attention and fortunately for me this new little girl understood her place in the Alpha, Beta chain of command. She was not the top Bitch in the household. Overall, the two got along great but it wasn't without a fight here and there along with some blood and missing teeth. They are terriers afterall! And they are females! The main thing is I felt like she needed companionship while I was away at work.
14 years... that's how long Pretty Miss Cadi Rhawn, my beautiful Welsh Terrier has been there to greet me when I get home. How many years she has loved me when I needed love. Made me realize that everything was gonna be OK even if I thought they weren't. She has done way more for me than I could have ever done for her, all I did was feed her, house her, and show her a little bit of love... OK a lot of love!

3/30/15 I had to do something for her. I had to make the decision that I had been dreading since February 24, 2001. I had to let her go, she had suffered enough. Her body was tired and old and she was ready. People have said dogs will let you know. She did... she's was ready. While it killed me inside I knew it was the right thing to do. Tears of sadness flowed all day and there is still a whole in my heart. I can't help it. And I can tell Lola Sue Cadi's Pal is grieving as well. She knows what is going on.

I love and will dearly miss my Cadi Pie... but it's the right thing to do.
ROB PENALexington, KentuckyApril 1, 2015
5/23/2003 - 3/29/2015Barkley was my first love. He was with me through thick and thin and was the best boy a girl could ask for. I don't know how I will ever get over his passing; the grief is overwhelming. I will continue to share his memory so he can live on forever. I love you, Barkley. I cherish every memory we created together.JoAnna PomerantzDurham, North CarolinaApril 1, 2015
Tenaya And Roxy
3/30/2015Tenaya (right side) and Roxy (left side) were the best dogs anyone could have ever wanted. They came to us as rescues and left us cradled in our arms after being spoiled for years. May they rest in peace and comfort.David and Kathi WhiteVentura, CaliforniaMarch 31, 2015
4/1/1999 - 3/26/2015I miss my sweet little purring machine. If you could read, I'd tell you that "You'll always have a special spot next to me on the pillow."Kelly CarvallisGainesville, FloridaMarch 31, 2015
1/24/2000 - 3/23/2015This past week we said goodbye to our beloved buddy Rex. For the last 15 years Rex was an integral part of our family. Rex was a faithful companion that simply just wanted to be loved. You could always count on him being by your side whether you were having a good day or a bad day. Even though Rex is no longer with us he will not be forgotten as his memory will always stay with our family and friends that remember all the joy that he brought us.

We will miss you buddy!

Rest in peace.
John ChermakWest Chester, PennsylvaniaMarch 31, 2015
2/14/1998 - 3/28/2015Zeke 1998-2015

From a CSX trash can rescue to a Valentine's Day gift to me. The love & positive spirit of my Zeke was boundless to his last breath.
The love he created within my soul will be forever. A gal couldn't have asked for a better companion for the last seventeen years.

Places Zeke has been :
~The FL Keys
~Many local Florida beaches & fresh water lakes
~Traveled over 200 miles via canoe on the Suwannee, Santa Fe, & Ichetucknee Rivers
~Spring hoppin' with best of the partiers
~Countless hikes & camping trips

Things he has survived thru:
~Being abandoned
~Maced close range by postman (twice!)
~Torn ACL surgery & knee reconstruction
~Ripping out his declaw (twice!)
~Fell into gator infested canal, at night (twice!)
~Idiopathic vestibular syndrome

Things he has eaten (and shouldn't have...):
~A whole 9x13 pan of double chocolate brownies
~An entire mushroom brownie
~Ate neighbor's rat poison
~Licked up a full bottle of wine after knocking it off the counter & shattering it to pieces
~Countless other "never to be eaten by a dog" (or person for that matter) objects along the way in life!
Paige OsgoodMelrose, FloridaMarch 31, 2015
5/6/1999 - 3/27/2015In loving memory of my Little NellieBarbara MurthaGraniteville, South CarolinaMarch 30, 2015