Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/7/2006 - 9/7/2019In loving memory of my baby boy, Chico. I know in my heart that you are now at peace and no longer suffering from pain!

You gave me 13+ years of unconditional love and loyalty, and for that I am forever grateful.

Until we meet are missed by your sister, Precious, and your mommy so much!
Monique PatinPlant City, FloridaSeptember 12, 2019
12/25/2013 - 7/19/2019It has taken me some time to write this tribute because losing Holly was so hard. She was the sweetest, kindest and quirkiest dog. She was only five and had much more living to do. But in loving our pets, we agree to take on more pain so they will feel less. Holly, my life was so much richer because you were in it. And isn't that all we want out of life - to love and be loved, even if it is just for a little while.Melissa SPine Lakeq, GeorgiaSeptember 12, 2019
4/21/2006 - 9/9/2019To my furry son......your pain has ceased!! You suffer no more 💙.
Thank you for almost 14 years of being a part of the Jones family!!
You taught your brothers Nick, Darrin and Brandon responsibility. Everyone played a role and you loved us!

No matter what, you waited for us with tale wagging!!

You got into everything, and yes you got in trouble, but you were always a faithful friend!! Know that we love you!!!

You were the best guard dog anyone could ask for! You would bark at the wind and you made sure it wouldn't enter!! 😁
Your bark could be heard for miles and the neighborhood knew who you were. Your loss will be felt!!!

Oh, the tears 😭 are flowing in the Jones home, that’s for sure. The sadness and emptiness seems overwhelming! In the midst of our pain, we find comfort in knowing you ache no more and you are jumping and running, and driving the angels crazy!!

Til we meet again 💙
Michelle JonesGreenacres, FloridaSeptember 11, 2019
10/14/2002 - 9/9/2019Precious, my “Puppy Dog”, you came into our lives almost 17 years ago, and now I have to let you go. The house feels so empty without you there. I hope you are at peace now and not suffering anymore.Kathy AugenbaughTonawanda, New YorkSeptember 11, 2019
4/14/2013 - 9/10/2019Bunky was the light of my life. It was love at first sight, the moment I saw her foster mom post her photo. I am so grateful to Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue for allowing me to be her mom. She was just too good for this world.Jennifer MeehanLyndhurst, New JerseySeptember 11, 2019
1/31/2005 - 8/31/2019I hope I gave you a good life.... I brought you home in January of 2006, from a lineup at PetSmart. Roughly a year old, and despite having been mistreated during that time, you saw the word 'sucker'written all over my face. You plopped down in my lap during the adoption event, and stared me in the face with that hamburger-loving grin. I knew I was in for trouble when you hopped over the baby gate the first day I went back to work. You eagerly awaited at the top of the stairs when I came home…so proud of your accomplishment. A couple of days passed, until I gave up trying to keep you cordoned off, while gone. Waste of money, that gate was. It didn’t take long for you to figure out that this was your forever home. That it was your (self-identified) duty to fiercely protect it. More often than not, you disagreed with my choice of visitors – sometimes to an unexpected extreme. The UPS driver was not welcome (yet the FedEx and postal service folks passed the test). Even family and close friends were suspect, and received barks and growls. I won’t miss the routine vet visits, and I’ll bet those scrub wearing folk won’t either. Yep, at times you were a pain in the ass. Alternatively, food, toys, long walks, windows down car rides, and chasing cats, rabbits, and squirrels brought out the best in you. While there was love for most anything kitchen prepared, you were a true hamburger connoisseur. If it was drive-thru, Roy Rogers. Home-cooked? An Aunt Bethany burger. Frosty Paw? ANY FLAVOR. Your precision in removing the squeaker in stuffed toys, through the tiniest of incisions, or your uncanny ability to nab a dry piece of penne pasta held between my teeth, without so much as a whisker touching me, was masterful. You never damaged or destroyed anything that wasn’t yours to do so with. You had an innate, gentle curiosity of all sorts of wildlife around you--turtles, frogs and especially cats. The last few years saw you enduring some hardships—fatty tumor removals, the unexpected loss of your dopey big brother Buddy, being jumped/bitten by a German Shepherd,and kidney failure. Despite these, you remained strong, focused, and resilient. Up until the last weeks and days, one would never guess the amount of pain you endured. You left a few scars on my skin over the years…a huge scar on my heart, on August 31st. I miss ya Murphy, Murphy B, Downtown Murphy Brown. I hope I gave you a good life…see you on the other side.Matt NagyAshburn, VirginiaSeptember 11, 2019
6/1/2005 - 9/10/2019I MADE IT HOME

I just wanted wanted to let you know I made it home.
Everything is so pretty here, so white, so fresh, so new.
I wish that you could close your eyes so you could see it too.

Please try not to be sad for me. Try to understand.
God is taking care of me. I'm in shelter if His hands.

Here, there is no sadness and no sorrow and no pain.
Here there is no crying and I'll never hurt again.

Here it is so peaceful, when all the angels sing.
I really have to go now. I've just got my wings.

Laura LaudatoPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaSeptember 11, 2019
Bella Weldron
11/25/2004 - 9/8/2019Today I had to say goodbye to my best friend for the past 15 years. I bought you home from a Walmart parking lot in Utah and from day one I knew you where a special dog. Everyone that got to know you loved you. You were there for me during some diff times and I can't thank you enough. I'm happy now that you will be running around with your best friend Torri swimming and making bubbles. You are a once in a lifetime dog and I will always miss you, and lucky that I had a dog like you in my life. I will miss going for walks, coming home to see you. RIP BellaThomas WeldronRochester, MichiganSeptember 10, 2019
9/9/2019Jady, the sweetest dog 🐕 I have ever known, she would always have her tail wagging for a friend and even a new friend through everything she had been through before she came to live with us, she never gave up on the love of people! A total loyal, loving dog 🐕, she would dance if you were away for even an hour as soon as you walked through the door because she was just so happy to see you again ❤️. She was an old soul, at her passing she was 16 years old and although she had arthritis she still fought through the pain to do whatever it took to always be a part of whatever it was you were doing 😢. And Max, when he was brought into the house, Jady took to him and him to her, they finally had each other as well 😊❤️. All I can say is how much I LOVED her, and how deeply she is missed, Max is missing her as well, he’s walking around to all her spots, checking for her 😥😥. I’m just lucky enough to have had her in my life as long as I did, rather than never have had her at all. She brought us all so much happiness and love 💗❤️💕 I wouldn’t ever change that for anything in the whole world. RIP JADY 🎈🎈❤️💕🐾🙏🐕
Cross your rainbow 🌈 bridge sweetheart 💋
Kt BootsE.Bridgewater, MassachusettsSeptember 10, 2019
11/12/2004Gollum was our buddy. He smooshed his beagle face on us every morning, and it was the best wake up we could get. We will miss his beagle ears, goofy eyes, and his loud "aroo" in the window when we arrived home. He is loved always.Jill JEFFREYPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaSeptember 10, 2019