Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
King
12/24/2006 - 9/22/2019King was the most compassionate American Bulldog I've ever had the honor of calling family. He trained the 2 pit bull puppies we adopted & showed them how to "dog". We are all grieving his passing, but he was surrounded by ALL of the family, humans & dogs. I know he felt the love from the moment he walked into our lives until the moment he passed. He was my guardian, my best friend, & my miracle. I miss him dearly & has changed my life forever, no matter where he may be.Marie NebolskyRiverview, FloridaSeptember 30, 2019
Angelica
6/15/2019 - 3/11/2019Angelica was so special to me and to many. She truly knew the words companionship, caring soul and true love. She always knew when I was stressed, sad, lonely, or even sick as she always came to make me feel better. She was my baby girl. Always so attached to me and me to her. She came to my life only when she was 8 weeks old. She made everyone feel so loved and special. She loved everyone and always worried about everyone being safe, as she will always watch that we all were near her. She gave us so much more than anyone could imagine. She was fun, happy and energetic, even when she was getting sick, she always tried to play with everyone and be a very happy girl. She was so so strong... She fought so hard to stay alive every day as she got sicker. She knew I wasn't ready to loss her...
We miss her so much and I miss not waking up next to her.. I wake up every day and think of her, miss not seeing her, not being able to get her kisses as soon as I will see her in the mornings, or when I got home. The house is so quiet without her. Nothing is the same since she left us. I keep thinking Angelica, my Angel is now in heaven, running and very healthy again, playing again with so many and having fun. I have to find ways to see her enjoying herself again, so I don't get so sad for not being able to hug and kiss her again. Angelica, I love you so much for all you gave me. Thank you for making my life so complete for having you in it. Can't wait to see you again when it is my turn to cross that rainbow bridge. Love you so much!
Narbeli GalindoKansas City, MissouriSeptember 30, 2019
Gorda
8/26/2007She was no ordinary dog. She was an emotional support dog, my best friend
My hardest goodbye. She gave the best cuddles after a long day of work.
She always knew how to cheer me up. She was protective over her mommy
She smiled everytime i came home because she knew it was play time.
I didn't pick her, she picked me. And she saved my life...My deepest love
To her as she is no longer in pain. Forever my pit bull, i will see you soon
In heaven💕🙏
Brittany DeverNorfolk, VirginiaSeptember 29, 2019
Sasha
8/20/2007 - 9/28/2019In memory of my beloved Sasha. You were a ray of sunshine who could light up a room with your sweet smile. You were the sweetest baby girl and Mommy loved you very much. I will forever miss your snuggles and wagging tail. I find comfort in knowing that you are no longer suffering and am grateful to Dr. Buerk with Lap of Love for allowing you to pass in my arms feeling safe and secure.Alicia MulhollandOrlando, FloridaSeptember 29, 2019
Baby
12/5/2005 - 9/28/2019My little toot was my best friend and went everywhere with me until this past year when her body started failing her. At almost 14 she lived a long life and the last of my pack it’s harder than most because it’s a lot lonelier now. She lived food and never lost her desire to eat. She was my companion and comfort. She thought she was a pit bull in a tiny body and she was fearless except going to the vet which terrified her which is why I’m so glad Lap of love and Dr Colleen was able to come to my house for last moments she wagged her tail and told me she was ready and comfortable in the process and made it so much easier for me and my little toot! Miss you Baby. She is getting cremated and will be with me again soon! Live Oak pet cremations in Anderson is taking good care of her for me. Loved and missed but never forgotten I’ll see u again on the other side Baby.Lynn HarrisBryan, TexasSeptember 29, 2019
Willow Champlin
9/28/2019It is with very heavy hearts that we share the passing of our precious little Willow.
At the age of 13 and a ½, Willow passed in peace, in her favorite spot (on the bed overlooking the front yard),
with Tom and I expressing our love, and wishing her well into the arms of all that have gone before us.

Anyone who knows us, realizes this will be tough, as she was not only our dog, but our constant companion.
We will miss her on every trip to Panama City (where she was the resident dog), South Beach, New York, Highlands, Pinehurst, Asheville, Van Buren, Ogunquit, P-town, Fire Island, and on and on. We will miss stealing her away for a movie at Tara Theater on our laps, or her favorite Lunch Henry’s, or a ride in the little red wagons at Pikes.

Trust however that we will choose to live in the Joy and smiles that she brought to not only our lives,
but everyone she met, even if it was initially with a startling snarl or bark.



May your heaven be full of Blue Berries little one.

All our Love

Scot & Tom
SCOT & Tom CHAMPLINAtlanta, GeorgiaSeptember 29, 2019
Snowball
1/1/2000 - 9/14/2019Snowball, thank you for sharing your life with us. Your calm and welcoming demeanor -- directed toward human and feline, family, friends and newcomers alike -- along with your never ending quest for a warm lap to sit on, will always bring back fond memories of our time together.

Our deepest gratitude to Dr. Lloyd and the entire team at North Dekalb Veterinary for the extra years we able to spend with Snowball following his cancer diagnosis. We thank Dr. Johnson and Lap of Love for providing Snowball a peaceful exit from this world.
Karen PazolDecatur, GeorgiaSeptember 29, 2019
Oliver
5/23/2013 - 9/11/2019Oliver was an amazing American Bulldog that we were lucky enough to have for 5 1/2 years. There was never a dull moment with him and he kept us on our toes everyday. He was a very loving and protective dog. We miss him terribly everyday.Caroline MuhindiHightstown, New JerseySeptember 29, 2019
Sammie
6/19/2002 - 9/27/2019Our beloved Sammie-girl who blessed us with 17 years, 3 months of pure love has passed on.
Once in a lifetime they say a dog will touch your soul; my girl was this dog. Forever in our hearts. Run free baby🐾🌻🐾
Fran GiannottiLas Vegas, NevadaSeptember 28, 2019
Marlie
3/5/2007 - 9/25/2019We are heartbroken for our loss of you Marlie Mae, our baby, but know you are longer suffering from the brain tumor that made you stumble around the yard and made even walking a challenge the last weeks. We miss the sound of your tail thumping in the morning as we walk down the hall, the trips to the mailbox, the way you used to come around the corner wagging your tail whenever we came home. The sound of your dog tags is forever etched in our memories.

We know you're running and playing, scratching your back in the grass, and laying in the sun...the way we will always remember you! You were the love of our lives for 12 and a half years, and we know there will never be another dog like you-amazing right from the start. Our lives will never be the same without you, but we are so lucky you rescued us and and allowed us to love you as ours. Our little Marlie Mae! 💔🐶
Sarah & Doug GlassfordSt. Clair, MichiganSeptember 28, 2019