Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
5/21/2009 - 11/5/2019We were so lucky to have such a gentle giant in our family for 10 years. Griffin was an all around great friend, companion and a special sibling to his canine brothers and sisters. He will be missed more than he will ever realize. His favorite time of the day was always morning and evening when he would get to eat. After dinner he always waited patiently for his bone and treats for dessert. When he was younger he enjoyed swimming and going for walks. He unfortunately had to have two ACL surgeries before he was a year old. His legs slowed him down a bit but the last year was really tough. He had weighed over 140 pounds and as of the day before his death he was 121 pounds. He began having major skin issues, hip problems and got to the point he was throwing up several times a day. The hardest decision I had to make was letting him go. Griffin will always have a place in my heart only for him. Love you Griffin. I hope you found the peace you deserve!Stacy PierceOakland, FloridaNovember 6, 2019
11/4/2019Peanut Butter bones!!! Rocky was the only male in a pack of 4 dogs....he was so outnumbered.
And he was always an old man... with the sad eyes.
Patricia Hansen-HauptNorthampton, PennsylvaniaNovember 6, 2019
4/11/2005 - 11/4/2019Sweet Roxi girl forever in our hearts always connected in spirit. Thank you for an amazing 14 plus years. You are the sweetest most loving soul. Blessed to have you in our family ❤️Sara GreenSt.Petersburg, FloridaNovember 6, 2019
4/28/2003 - 11/3/2019There are so many memories that I cannot limit it to one. The most important thing to note is that she came to me when I needed her the most and that she gave me more than I ever could give her.Kathy WeylRotterdam, New YorkNovember 6, 2019
8/14/2019 - 11/1/2019A little over 13 years ago, a beautiful pup was placed in my arms. I have been in love ever since, and grateful each, and every day, that the breeder selected that particular puppy for us. Moses was the perfect dog. He was handsome, loyal, funny and incredibly tolerant of small children and puppies. There was not one person who met Moses that didn't take to him. He had that kind of personality. He was irresistible. He is deeply missed.Mary Frances MillerMunhall, PennsylvaniaNovember 6, 2019
5/26/2003 - 11/4/2019Oh, Romeo, how I miss "tap tap tap" sound of your tiny feet on the floor, your clumsy stepping on my feet since you could not see them, and your warm kisses to my legs every morning as I was preparing food. I miss your loud snores on the sofa every evening , your warmth, the touch of your soft, velvety fur, and your smell. How I miss coming home and hearing your sniffing at the door, your excited barking, and jumping as soon as we walked in. I miss your begging by the table to get some banana or chicken. I miss your unconditional love, I miss all the kisses with your tiny nose. You have given us so much love and joy. We were a great pack together and our house feels so empty without you. We were so blessed to be your parents and we will miss you forever. You are out of sight but not out of our mind, and we know that you will be waiting for us, just for a brief interval, somewhere very near, just round the corner. How we shall laugh at the trouble of parting when we will meet again!Ann Arbor, MichiganNovember 6, 2019
9/3/2007 - 10/28/2019Auto was a goofy, sweet boy. He was so full of love for us and us for him. He loved to swim and play fetch and go on walks and car rides. He was patient and gentle when the girls were little and would pull his tail and climb on him. He was loyal and good-natured. He was Rocky's playmate and a best friend to us all. He is missed so much. I know his silly, goofy, loving energy continues. We kept asking for him to give us a sign when he needed to go because we knew he loved us so much that he'd stick around even through his extreme pain. He did and Dr. Jennie came and helped him make his transition. I'm so grateful to Lap of Love for offering this service. He was able to be at home where he felt safe and comfortable and where he was surrounded by his family and Rocky was able to say good-bye as well. I will forever be grateful for that.Wendy McKendrickThornton, ColoradoNovember 5, 2019
5/26/2002 - 11/3/2019Ralph was my very first baby and I was lucky enough to share literally half of my life with him. We have been through so much together and he gave me his unconditional love every single day for 17 wonderful years.

My love for you will never dull and although I cannot see you on this earth anymore, I know that you will always be with me and watching out for me until we meet again. Thank you for loving me, for cheering me up when I was down, for snuggling with me every single night, for sharing my french fries, cereal and popcorn, for keeping me company on car rides and walks. Thank you for always entertaining our family and friends, for loving and wanting to be friends with every human and animal you encountered, for accepting Parker from the moment he came into your life and for just being the most amazing dog I have ever known and loved. We have so many amazing memories together that I will cherish and keep in my heart forever. I hope you know how much I love you, from the very first moment our eyes met we were meant to be a pair. I know you're up in Heaven surrounded by all the treats, toys and hump bears you want, finally free of pain and discomfort. And in that I will take comfort and find peace in letting you leave this earth, because you my sweet boy deserve the world and more. Until we meet again my Ralphy, it's not goodbye...just see you later.
Kimberly RieckNew Hudson, MichiganNovember 5, 2019
11/5/2000 - 11/5/2019Moto was simple, he loved and was loyal. He had clear rules, protect those you love and keep close, never leave the pack. He never did. In thises moments its easy to focus on the loss, but for the nine years, we had from when he was rescued by a friend off the highways of Chile to he and his sister came to find a home with us there were many memories. He was the lion in the Wizard of Oz; big, quick to protect and hid under the desk from thunder, and as huggable as your favorite pillow. He could swim like an otter and did so from Boca to Washington, the Potomac, Chesapeake, Atlantic, and Pacific. Being with us, a fight with his sister, a burger and then laying on the floor for TV time was the perfect day. He said everything with those eyes, I'm sorry, scared, happy, love you, tired, angry all with his big face. The hair he left all over our lives will remind us of all those times he was the bond that we all shared. Mo could be described in the simplest of terms, until you knew him, then you knew what a treasure he had to share.daniel kigginsDELRAY BEACH, FloridaNovember 5, 2019
10/31/2019 - 11/1/2019For the past 18 years I’ve been so blessed to have my pretty best friend Rosie! She went to work with me and we had all kinds of adventures. I’m feeling so empty inside but she was slowly deteriorating and I couldn’t see her get worse. She was my lil circus dog and such a hood little swimmer. I will never forget her. Love her more than anything ever!Sharon TessitoreFort Lauderdale, FloridaNovember 5, 2019