Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/13/2007 - 5/8/2020In loving memory of Clifford, our big red furbaby. You gave us unconditional LOVE everyday for so many years, Thank you for the loyalty and happiness you gave us everyday. Thank you for enduring for the time that you did so we can be together. Thank you for understanding our need to give you peace. Our hearts hurt and this transition has been emotionally difficult for us as we see your favorite spaces empty and reminders of you everywhere. We often times wake up temporarily forgetting that you have departed and have taken a piece of our hearts with you. I know we will meet again and hope that in the interim, you come visit us in our dreams. Always loving you my beloved Cliffy.Cecilia CintronWesley Chapel, FloridaMay 13, 2020
12/20/2007 - 5/10/2020BB you were a special little fur baby. You were the one thing that I had left of my dad. Love you. Run baby run, no more pain. I miss you dearly.Kim AltmanConcord, North CarolinaMay 12, 2020
12/1/2008 - 5/8/2020Kaelee, you were the best dog/little sister/best friend I could ever ask for. We grew up together and always had fun together. You were the first one I saw everyday when I got up to go to school. You always made me happy even when I was sad or angry about something. I miss you putting your paw on me, letting me know that you want to be pet. I miss throwing the tennis ball to you outside and I miss you trying to catch a tennis ball in your mouth even though you were not that good at that. I miss your smile when you got your favorite belly rub and I miss cuddling with you. You would never hurt anybody or do anything bad. You were the nicest dog that anyone could ask for. I miss you and love you so much. You will be missed everyday and will always have a spot in my heart no matter what. Love you Kaelee.

Dave Del PizzoEl Dorado Hills, CaliforniaMay 12, 2020
Rusty Weaver
9/13/2004 - 5/7/2020(September 13, 2004 - May 7, 2020)

The Dash... ((I modified that poem just for you baby boy))

I am the man who stood to speak, at the funeral of his furry friend. I referred to his birthday till today, from beginning… to the end.
I noted that day of birth, and spoke of the following date with tears, but I said what mattered most of all was the dash between those years.
For that dash represents, all the time he spent on earth; and only those who loved him know, what that little line is worth.
For it matters not, how much we own, the cars… the house… the cash. What matters most is how he lived, and how he spent his dash.
So, thought about it long and hard; is it time for his little life to change? For you never know how much time is left, that still can be arranged.
To be less quick to anger, and show appreciation more, and love that furry baby in our life, like we’ve never loved before.
When we love, snuggle and kiss his wet nose; that always makes us smile… remembering that this special dash, might only last a little while.
So, when our fur baby’s eulogy was finally being read, with his life and love to rehash, we looked at him with love, and said thank you for letting us be, witness to your dash...

We will miss you every second of every day and this so painful. so painful we cant stand it. But your little body and mind was so tired and it was time to let you get some good rest and get you away for your illness. I am so sorry we had to sat good by for now. Just know we will see you again our sweet baby boy!
Billy WeaverGarner, North CarolinaMay 11, 2020
1/12/2012 - 5/1/2020We made initial arrangements for our beloved Kingston due to many health complications he was enduring. He made significant improvements and we deferred for a while saying goodbye to maximize our time with Kingston. When the time came to say goodbye, Dr. Megan met us, explained everything and was a true professional throughout the process. She kept Kingston calm and most of all comfortable as we said not our final goodbyes, but see you laters. The compassion Dr. Megan exhibited cannot merely be put into words, we will remain forever grateful for the service Dr. Megan at Lap Of Love provided us along with Honor Thy Pet Crematory, all truly compassionate professionals. Sincerely and with Kindest Regards, Lisa & DanLisa & Dan CCocoa Beach, FloridaMay 11, 2020
12/16/2013 - 4/30/2020“It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them, and every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough all the components of my heart will be dog, and I will become as generous and as loving as they are.”

Stephanie GompfMalvern, PennsylvaniaMay 11, 2020
11/12/2010 - 5/8/2020Bauer, to say you were truly the greatest dog I've ever known is an actual understatement. Having had you since you were 8 weeks old, you have brought me nothing but pure joy these past 10 years. Such a sweet, kind, loving soul, you always gently greeted every companion you came across. So smart and so well trained, I loved that you never needed a leash, never got on furniture without permission, only barked to alert someone was at the door and would never beg for food. I never knew what it was like to actually care for and love something so much until you came in my life. You were always the first thing I'd open my eyes to seeing each day when I'd wake and the last I'd see before closing my eyes to fall asleep. These words and others can not even come close to describing the impact you had on myself and everyone else's path you crossed. I pray that I made you even as half as proud all these years as you made me. You were not only my best friend, my son, but the best thing that has ever happened to me. Rest easy baby boy and may you be pain free and cross over the Rainbow Bridge and have everything you've always hoped for. My heart has been and will forever be filled for you and because of you. I love you with all my heart and will miss and think of you everyday until we are once again re-united together.David PoczobutTampa, FloridaMay 11, 2020
4/4/2005PJ the moment I held you in my arms, you rested your head on my shoulders and I fell in love! I knew you were the one for me. I started to cry, I was so happy❤️🐾. We took you home to Chelle's house in Chicago since I was visiting for the weekend. You were so cute, playful, and I remember you nipping at the kid's pajama bottoms 😅
You have been such a sweet boy, loving and tender and always playful 💙. Even through all your separation anxiety, I saw the sweetest look in your eyes. My heart breaks PJ, I'm so sorry..... I miss you, I Love you and I hope you know just how much you are loved. I worry about you every night and I check to make sure your resting place is undisturbed.
Chelle got you for me for Christmas. So that makes you even more special 💙🐾. And Chelle is in heaven now and I know she will take good care of you ❤️💙. A niece and a dog....I couldn't Love you more then I do.
Like Kiley said, mom and PJ are living their Best Life 🐾
I love you dearly, you'll be in my heart forevermore.
Love PJs Mom
Tamara WootenFortville IN, IndianaMay 11, 2020
3/5/2017 - 5/8/2020The Song of Maggie

They found each other and then...
They walked together and talked of things only they could hear
They saw together sights only they could see
They discovered places together only they would know
They shared together feelings only they could feel
They laughed together the happiness known to them
They saw in each other the love they shared
And they sang the son in their hearts together
The song of Magie will go on and on and on.....
Kevin McCarthyMattews, North CarolinaMay 11, 2020
5/28/2008 - 5/8/2020This girl came into our life when she chose us a her parents at the shelter. Never mind that we thought pit bulls were dangerous dogs. We were so wrong. Bounder "bounded" into our lives and stole our hearts. And when she earned her wings on that Friday, she took a large piece of our hearts with her. I always called her angel. Now she is my guardian angel. Before she earned her wings I told her no chasing kitties over the Bridge. They were now her friends. I hope she is behaving herself.Cheryl KriegerLanghorne, PennsylvaniaMay 10, 2020