Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Buster Brown
6/3/2007 - 8/15/2019Our hearts are broken,
We miss you so much,

Love Mommy and Daddy
Rita and Bruce Kneereamtemple, PennsylvaniaAugust 31, 2019
Mesa
1/1/2004 - 8/30/2019Mesa, you changed our lives, both when we adopted you and when we lost you. I hope we never forget the blessing that you were. I pray that you knew how very much we loved you. You were our problem child, but somehow you decided you would keep us. We will always miss you.Jill deGraffenreidSterling, VirginiaAugust 31, 2019
Kaia
8/14/2004 - 8/30/2019Miss Kaia, Pooh bear, you are so loved. I wished this day never came. It was so hard to say good bye.. I watched your health decline shortly after Homer passed away. Even though you you had some serious medical issues, you were alway a good, sweet dog. You persevered through so much. You are so special tour family. When you left, I felt like a part of me left with you. I dreamt of you already.. you were young an running with homer. When I was sorting laundry this morning, I swear I saw you in corner of my eye. While I hurt, I know it doesn’tt compare what you had with my husband. I know his heart hurts. I had to explain this to my 3 year old. Thank you for being a part of our family. You brought us so much joy and taught us so much. Thank you for the love you gave us. I miss you and will carry you in my heart. Run free with Homer. I’ll see you and Homer again on the other side.Jennifer KrosWinter Garden, FloridaAugust 31, 2019
Little Doe
8/30/2019Little Doe, made everyone happy, this pup loved people. She was great with children and very kind. She was deeply loved by all she met on walks, at the job and my home.Mae SakharovPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaAugust 31, 2019
Rex
3/17/2007 - 8/23/2019Losing you was the worst thing I've ever gone though, my sweet boy. I feel like a piece of my heart is missing and that it will never feel unbroken. I loved you as my child, as my constant companion and as my best friend. Watching you go from the vibrant and carefree pup to a sick and struggling fur baby was truly heart wrenching. The cancer took over your body, but your brain and heart were still strong and loving.

When your dad and sister and I realized that you didn't enjoy the things you loved most and struggled so terribly to just stand, go to the bathroom, and breathe, we knew we had to offer you peace. You still tried to act normal even though I know it was exhausting to just keep up with simple things. When you no longer waited at the window to bark and jump after seeing another dog outside, when you stopped trying to barrel through the door to scare the mailman or UPS delivery guy, when you stopped sniffing around the yard to find that tiny little piece of grass that was just perfect to mark and hurried inside after 4 seconds and a quick potty break, when you started to leave food in your bowl when you used to be so happy to see your dry food drop, and when you decided that "going to bed" was more of struggle than a pleasure, we knew. We knew that the things you loved to do weren't fun or possible anymore. Your life as a high-energy and curious pup wasn't going to return.

We tried as much as we could to help you. We would have spent millions if it would have saved you. Cancer just won your body, but your spirit and love for us never diminished. There have been so many times in the last week that I have spoken to you, but you weren't there. I have looked for you, but I can't see you. I can't hug your head or kiss your face or scratch your butt, or smell your fur. But, I won't ever forget what you look like, smell like or sound like. I will remember you being the strong and carefree puppy you once were. If I close my eyes, I will see you lying in your favorite spot in the family room and in the front yard. I will see the curiosity in your eyes when you see a bunny or a cat run through the yard. You are a part of me forever and ever, Rex. You may not be here in body, but I know you are here in spirit. We will never fill the void left by you. You loved us unconditionally and we loved your unconditionally. You taught us patience and how to be good parents. Thank you for your love and devotion.
I love you so, so much, my handsomest man. Until we meet again!
Courtney SullivanMcDonald, PennsylvaniaAugust 31, 2019
Bergen
7/1/2004 - 8/28/2019Bergen, my heart is broken that I can no longer experience cuddles from you and stroke your soft black hair. We had 15 years together which was 5 years too few. Everywhere I go in this house I feel your absence as you stuck to me like glue. When I sit down somewhere you are not right there. Kumla was lost without you the first night waiting for you to come to bed. It will take some time to get over that you are no longer here when I am home. You took care of me better than I ever could take care of you. Miss you buddy!Amanda POrlando, FloridaAugust 31, 2019
Tom
1/16/2007 - 8/29/2019Tom passed peacefully and comfortably at home with a full belly of people food and tons of snuggles. He was lovingly assisted by Dr Christinia and surround by his Mom, Dad and big brother Tedy.Danette and Michael NadeauRenton, WashingtonAugust 30, 2019
Spartacus
3/15/2008 - 8/29/2019Goodbye sweet Spartacus...You are missed.Iris PittsDecatur, GeorgiaAugust 30, 2019
Gabriel
10/1/2008 - 8/27/2019Gabriel the great. He was an angel always and now forever. He was mommy's very best friend. Gabriel loved his mommy and his mommy loves him as did his kids whether he wanted them to or not. He was absolutely stunningly beautiful and such a wonderful companion. He will be deeply missed for the rest of my life.Danna WarnerMontgomery, TexasAugust 30, 2019
Roxy
7/7/2005 - 8/29/2019Roxy was a 14 year old yorkie who was a great family member, queen of her home, and a mama’s girl. She loved her family and will be greatly missed by her family.Darlinda LewellenLand O’ Lakes, FloridaAugust 29, 2019