Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Isabelle Rosé Viogner
9/15/2004 - 10/3/2019My sweet Isabelle was found in a cardboard box on the side of a highway with three other puppies. She was rescued by a loving and caring vet tech where her and her siblings were taken. After a year or so she became so rambunctious that she could no longer stay where she was. That's when I was approached with the thought of rescuing her. I agreed to meet her and was instantly smitten. And after about five minutes in my home she escaped and I had to chase her around for the next hour. Little did I know that was only the beginning of her keeping me on my toes! She's was so sweet, so loving and hard to imagine that she could touch so many loves without uttering a single word! My heart is broken without her but I know that now she there are no more locked gates, leashes, collars or harness to keep her contained. I take comfort in knowing she can run around, sniff, pee every 10 feet until her hearts content. Beanie, thank you for being so amazing. I miss you terribly. We all do.Sheryl HarbaughMckees Rocks, PennsylvaniaOctober 4, 2019
Yoshi Brown
3/16/2008 - 9/30/2019Yoshi was my first love. She was gifted to me for my 16th birthday. My parents figured if I got a dog I wouldn’t have time to find a boyfriend and it worked! Yoshi grabbed all of my attention. Soon she became the family dog. She won over everyone’s heart including the hearts of other people in my community. Everyone who walked past our yard knew who she was and she always greeted everyone with such joy wagging her tail. She was such a funny little diva. She let us dress her up all of the time and when she wanted her space she wasn’t shy to let us know. We showered her with kisses and hugs and love and she adored it. She was the sweetest most beautiful dog in the world and she was best birthday present I could have ever asked for. There will never be another like her. She gave me her last breath and I will always be grateful for her and the time my family and I spent with her. RIP Sweet Yosh Yosh <3Annalisa BrownNewark, New JerseyOctober 4, 2019
10/2/2019Lady was fostered by us for Weimaraner Rescue of Texas. She was so sweet and loving that we decided we had to adopt her.
She loved all people and other dogs. She also loved to go for long walks off leash at our local parks and lake. She was a Ambassadog for WRT at our local meet and greets and other events and was always happy to have everyone pet her.

We don't know her exact age but think she was about 14 or 15, a long life for a dog. She was always happy and goofy. One of her endearing qualities was she would always extend her paw when she was laying down and pulling your hand in towards her. She also loved belly rubs. She enjoyed chasing and sometimes catching rabbits and birds.

We will miss her very much but are comforted to know she had a very good life and left us peacefully without any stress thanks to this wonderful at home service.
Allene Raphael RaphaelGeorgetown, Texas, TexasOctober 4, 2019
8/15/2005Cheech was more than just a dog- he was my best friend. I adopted him at the young age of 18 and he moved out with me. I learned so much about life and myself through the past 15 years and he was by my side through it all: multiple moves, boyfriends, friends, breakups, jobs, my marriage and the birth of my first child. He was laid back and easy-going through it all. He had a knack for knowing when mommy was sad and gave the best cuddles. Although he will be sorely missed, he will never be forgotten. There’s a place in my heart that will be his forever.

As much as I dreaded this day, Dr. Jennifer did such an amazing job of putting us all at ease and making sure cheech was comfortable every step of the way. I truly felt a sense of relief after knowing he was no longer in pain. Thank you for giving us that comfort. Fly high buddy, you are so loved. Thank you for doing life with me ❤️
Lauren RuckerPlain City, OhioOctober 4, 2019
7/16/2005 - 10/1/2019Today we are sad, we lost our sweet, precious cat Rusty also known as " the Gentle
Rusty liked to voice his opinions and would always let us know when it was time to bond.
Rusty lost his brother, Tank, six months ago and he grieved. As brothers do they always had each others back and now that they are united again they will romp and play and protect those smaller and weaker as they did in life
Have fun boys and know that you are loved, missed, and will always be remembered. You brought such joy, love, and laughter to our lives.
Sammy & Linda CovelliLas Vegas, NevadaOctober 3, 2019
Sir Oliver Higgins
9/18/1999 - 10/2/2019Higgins was a member of our family for 20 years and will be missed. He was a loving cat who knew how to reach each of our hearts.Jeffrey BoleaCHESTERFIELD, VirginiaOctober 3, 2019
Panda Bear
1/31/2005 - 10/1/2019There are so many people that knew panda. He was always a sweet, outgoing, outspoken, and social cat. He loved to walk on his leash and eat ice cream.Ashleigh FaithMuskego, WisconsinOctober 3, 2019
9/9/2010 - 10/2/2019To my sweet Roxy, you came into my life when I needed you the most. You were there when I needed support, you were with me for 3 moves, finally landing in our house, through meeting my husband Joe and having our son Joey. You will always be Joey's Roxy girl and he told me I have been your cat mom for 200 years, long time, but maybe I knew you in another life. You were fiesty at times, but always good for a cuddle and loved spending time with me on my lap. Always getting up just to walk in the way of Joe every morning, because you didn't want him to leave. I loved when you slept each night with us and how you always came in to hear stories and listen to me sing to Joey at bedtime. I can not believe you are gone, but somewhere over the rainbow you are having treats and relaxing with your friends. I will miss you so greatly and will no doubt keep looking for your around our home. May you rest easy Roxy.Suzanne TollandEAST WALPOLE, MassachusettsOctober 3, 2019
4/13/2004 - 9/30/2009Lucky you were the saddest and smelliest little Westie the day we rescued you in the hills of Virginia en route from vacation. We immediately took you to be groomed and our son Jared, your human brother, decided that day that Lucky was your name- after all you were so lucky to be rescued from that awful puppy mill. You traveled home snuggled at my feet and have forever been the best traveler and camper taking many road trips from NY to Maine out to Colorado. You have been my constant for 15 1/2 years and your unconditional love helped me through my breast cancer journey. The house is sooo quiet without your "big" bark and I must admit I'd do anything to kiss your button nose and smell your stinky breath again lol. QT keeps waiting for your return. She seems sad and confused. Letting you go was one of the hardest days of our lives but with Dr. Jordan's compassion, your passing in my arms out in the yard where you so loved to be, surrounded my your family, was loving and peaceful.
I cry now as I write this Lucky. Be free my Luckydog . Until we meet again. You will NEVER leave my heart!!!
P.S. Sorry for all the pictures there are soooo many memories.
Cooper City, FloridaOctober 2, 2019
1/30/2004 - 10/1/2019Ruffles is one of the finest shelties we ever had. She was a smart, loving and a happy dog. She will be greatly missed. Even though she was already 8 years old when we adopted her we were blessed to have her an additional 7 years and we formed an unbreakable bondJanet GarrisonZephyrhills, FloridaOctober 2, 2019