Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/22/2009 - 2/5/2020Till the day we can see you, hold you and love you, you will be forever in our hearts.Sharon SabooCHESAPEAKE, VirginiaFebruary 20, 2020
2/19/2020Our dear Sheba passed quietly and peacefully yesterday with the kind and gentle help from Dr. Sunday Cozzie. We knew she was ready to leave us and were so blessed to hold her and comfort her as she passed on. We will miss her terribly.Ellie JoosAiken, South CarolinaFebruary 20, 2020
4/1/2005 - 2/17/2020From “The Power of the Dog” by Rudyard Kipling

When the body that lived at your single will,
With its whimper of welcome, is stilled (how still!);
When the spirit that answered your every mood
Is gone—wherever it goes—for good,
You will discover how much you care,
And will give your heart for a dog to tear
Melaney MoisanSalem, OregonFebruary 20, 2020
4/14/2004 - 2/18/2020Prince was the sweetest angel his whole life.
I will always miss playing fetch with him and taking him for long walks on nature trails.
He was my companion for 16 years, his entire life and more than half of mine.
I did not want to make this decision and hoped he would pass away before I had to. That didn’t happen, but we were able to spoil him as much as we could in the days leading up to our appointment.
He got all the pureed food, soft treats, ice cream, cuddles and pets he wanted.
I explained everything to him. He took a deep breath and laid his head down. I think he understood.
When the day came, he knew. He was ready.
He was a beautiful, fluffy dog with soulful eyes. I always believed an angel was looking at me through them. And now he truly is an angel. There is now an angel puppy statue watching over his grave. I have ordered a custom plush to look just like him so I can still hug him. We will always love you, Prince.
Krista MorganKnoxville, TennesseeFebruary 20, 2020
2/4/2006 - 2/13/2020After 14+ years of pure love, today we said goodbye to our Sophia. I always knew she’d be with us for a long time. She was the strongest, toughest, sweetest most gentle dog I have ever met. This photo was taken on Oct. 30., a few hours after the vet told us she only had 24/48 hours to live. We cried, we held her, we fed her the most expensive steak we could find, but she continued to live. Another day, another week, three other months until finally we felt her time had run out.

Lap of Love came to our home. From the initial call we made in October trough today they were beyond compassionate. I have recommended them to everyone with a pet they love.

Sophia had a steak for breakfast and lots of hugs all morning long. We gave her the bone as Dr. Kim administered the first injection. She passed peacefully at home, with my husband and I loving on her, a steak bone in her mouth.

Seems like a nice way to go. She’ll be forever in our hearts. ❤️🐾
2006 - 2.13.20
Jessica L.Madison, New JerseyFebruary 20, 2020
1/22/2004 - 2/17/2020Dear Spike,
You were my closest friend. You were always there for me. You were always there for your brother, Rocky, especially when he was ill and had surgeries. You helped me to get through the loss of Rocky last year.
When I got you, you had separation anxiety. You never wanted me to be out of your sight. You followed me everywhere. I made a promise to you that I would be with you for your entire life and that you would never have to be scared. Thankfully, I was able to keep my promise to you. You were the mildest dog I ever met. Sweet and kind and loving to me and to Rocky. You were always ready for everyone that came up to us to pet you. You went with me to the Veterans Home many times to let the Veterans pet you. They loved when you came.
I loved spending everyday with you for 16 years. It was just he two of us for this past year. We spent practically 24 hours a day together, since I retired. We went everywhere together and I will miss you terribly. I know that you became very old and tired out. I know this past year was very hard for you, that you had many afflictions. I pray that you are now pain free and at peace and can walk and run again. I pray that you are now with Rocky in heaven and the two of you can sleep together forever.
I will always miss you and love you,
Patricia GartlandPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaFebruary 20, 2020
Lizzie And Jonah
2/6/2006 - 2/17/2020These two were mutt and jeff. They were absolutely inseparable. Lizzie was my camping girl. She understood the responsibility of camping and being on guard. Jonah failed the test, first time out he chased a deer. Oh Well! Jonah always getting into the dishwasher. Lizzie not liking when other dogs were running around. Lizzie's attempts at licking were tempered through time.
Lizzie and Jonah would often wait for us, looking through the window. Lizzie on her perch - a bench with a pillow and Jonah with his front feet on the window sill. If I did not get up in the morning, by 6 a.m. they would start pacing waiting for me to get up to feed them. These two were my anchor and rudder through a difficult time of couch surfing when our home was up for sale. I could not wait until the time we could cuddle together in "our home". When our home did not sell, the first week after we moved back in I slept with the dogs and we relished being home again. Our couch, our yard, our squirrels.
Lisa FerreiraDenver, ColoradoFebruary 20, 2020
2/3/2020On 02-03-2020, I said goodbye to my Best Friend and Beloved pet Peanut. She came to me later in life I loved her personality and just how she was. Peanut was my protector and again my Best Friend. She was given a nickname by a neighbor who would call her Ms. Diva and she held on to that all the way to her passing and I truly miss her.
When she crossed Rainbow Bridge she had alot of her dog friends there to greet her and I know that she is healthy and happy and I look forward to seeing and being with her on the other side.
Peanut KigerManassas, VirginiaFebruary 19, 2020
10/6/2007 - 12/23/2019Asa's passing has left a forever hole in my heart. His smile, his goofy, clown-like way, is something EVERYONE who knew him, was drawn to. I always referred to him as my big Polar Bear. Asa was very special. He loved everyone and my bond with him was like none other. We had a way of seeing into each others hearts and just knowing when to bring each other comfort or a laugh. I cherish the last moments with him in a way I can not describe. LOL and Dr. Nil was so amazing and comforting at a time when I was inconsolable. Asa's presence remains in my home, and he's visited a few times with a bark here and a shuffle there. But he is still with me in the deepest of ways - in the depths of my heart and soul, this dog was truly unique in every way!! I think he may have even had a word or two with his sister, Kiah - to comfort me, to stay with me, and don't be sad for him - he's waiting for her, but in the meantime, he can run and play with all the other doggies - I miss him daily, and shed tears for him as much. I love you Asa!Mary AndersonTarpon Springs, FloridaFebruary 19, 2020
3/1/2003 - 2/18/2020Sweet Abby. I was only supposed to be fostering you but made you mine officially in March of 2009. You were meant to be ours and that was that. Right by my side from the day I got you until the day you left this world. The sweetest and toughest protector of our family. You stood guard all night long the first few days at home with me, falling asleep in the sitting up position. You hated to be contained in any sort of way which I learned after a chewed hole in the drywall and some torn up blinds. After installing a doggy door to let you have your freedom, you were just fine. When I married and had a baby you loved and protected them just as you did me. You finally had the family and love you always deserved. You were all hunting beagle through and through. I'll miss hearing you bay in the yard every morning most of all. The sweetest bark in the world. I'll miss our walks where you would get so excited on a scent that running was the only way to go. Your dog sister Iris will be so sad without you. You outlived every diagnosis and prognosis the doctor's gave you in order to hang on for your family. That's how much you loved and protected us and even until the very end, I know you held on just for me. You left us and this world in the backyard with the sun shining on you because you loved being outside so much. 11 years will never have been enough with you but I am so grateful and thankful for them. My heart will ache to see your face at the door every night I arrive home. I will miss you at my feet at every step, especially in the kitchen. We will all have a whole in our hearts without you sweet Abby. I hope you're eating all of the chicken and pupperoni you can get in heaven. See you again someday sweet girl.Kari NacyLeesburg, VirginiaFebruary 19, 2020