Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/13/2017 - 11/16/2020Gus was our beloved Frenchie who was our baby before we had our daughter and we will miss him sorely. He passed at a young age due to unfortunate circumstances but his short live was well lived. He loved to play ball, go for walks, take baths, and follow his little sister wherever she went to keep an eye on her! At night his favorite thing to do was cuddle up in bed with us and enjoy a treat. The house is quiet and lonely without his vivacious personality. He will be missed by so many but most by his loving parents. We love you gus gus, rest in peace our sweet boy.Charlene & Anthony OReillyQuincy, MassachusettsNovember 18, 2020
2/24/2010Our Charlotte was the sweetest dog so much so that she should have been a service dog! Charlotte was a rescue but she really rescued us, when my son passed away she was with him and when my mom passed she was with her Charlotte was very sensitive and so very loving she just knew everyone and every dog or cat out was there to see her, not a mean bone in her body❤️Arlene MangramHenderson, NevadaNovember 17, 2020
4/1/2003 - 11/6/2020For seventeen and a half years, Camellia has been a constant companion, the killer of lizards and bugs that were unfortunate enough to get into the house, and undisputed queen over household humans and other felines. With COVID-19, she became my co-worker at home consistently laying on me or trying to walk on the keyboard. Camellia was diagnosed with kidney disease a year and a half before her passing. She (somewhat) patiently endured subcutaneous fluids every other day and rebounded well. In early November this year, Camellia told us it was time to call Lap of Love when she stopped eating. Though we knew kidney disease and failure cannot be halted, the loss of our beautiful baby is incredibly painful. Every time I walk into the home office, I expect to see her sitting on my chair.Nancy StewigTampa, FloridaNovember 17, 2020
11/7/2004 - 11/3/2020Ole Trigger (Baby Trigger),

We miss you dearly, You have always been so sweet and playful. We will never forget those pitiful eyes you would give us for wanting to be pet longer or to con us into giving you a steak. You made sad days better with your big smile and would love on us to give comfort. You made an impact on more than just your family but with friends as well. You helped track deer in thickets for us and didn't like baths even though you would jump into a pool any chance you would get. Sticking your snout under water to grab the biggest sip of water possible. You loved long walks and fetching a toy that you refuse to give back so we would trick you and grab it so we could throw it again. You are greatly loved by all and will always be remembered. We were so grateful to have you beside us for just shy of 16 years and would never give a second back of our time spent together.
Cameron HarrisDenham Springs, LouisianaNovember 17, 2020
10/29/2011There are no words to express how special that she was.Nita BurchamMilwaukee, WisconsinNovember 17, 2020
11/20/2002 - 11/13/2020It's been four days now, and the house feels empty without my little blind Max roaming around, climbing up on my bed every morning to announce that he was ready for breakfast, and sitting patiently on his little stepstool beside the sofa where he knew he'd get his treats. Sometimes he would just climb up on my lap and rest his head and front paws on my shoulder. We'd sit that way until he decided he'd had enough. I miss you, Max.Susan ClantonNashville, TennesseeNovember 17, 2020
1/29/2006 - 11/15/2020Moses wasn't just my pet. He was my soul dog. I love him with all of my heart. We only said goodbye two days ago, and I'm still so lost... I'm hoping time will heal. He has been at my side, through good and bad, for over 14 years, literally glued to my side... I am honored and cherish his unconditional love for me. It's hard to type through sobs- I am humbled that my sheer grief is a testament to what a good, loyal, wacky, crazy, stubborn, loving boy he was.Jennifer Weber-YoungMount Wolf, PennsylvaniaNovember 17, 2020
2/21/2012Maya my beautiful girl. It is so hard to let you go. I miss your beautiful brown eyes and big ears. You always knew what I was going to do before I said anything. The smartest dog I have ever had. You will always be in my heart. 8 years was not long enough. I love you MayaKathy KuehnemanGeorgetown, KentuckyNovember 17, 2020
6/6/2003 - 11/16/2020My bro, my buddy. I'm sure gonna miss you. I remember when I brought you home to my apartment and how you found your ball and you'd never let go of it. Years later you dug a hole through our couch to get that ball. You wouldn't walk on the grass, only on the sidewalk. Doing your business in the bushes and not on the grass. You were always so happy to see anyone who came to visit me. You were a wonderful companion for me on the road when I was traveling and you were there for Mammaw when she needed you. You saved my life when the apartment building caught fire and you woke me up to get out. You fell in love with my wife and she fell in love with you. You were a delight to us, each and every day you were alive.

We will miss you and think about you and laugh about you often. We love you, little Scooter. Grampa. My buddy.
Chris and Lisa GilbreathAustin, TexasNovember 17, 2020
6/1/2006 - 11/7/2020Smokey was such a loving and sweet boy. He was the best cuddler ever (especially with his mommy). We will miss him so much. Smokey had a wonderful, peaceful, loving presence. He left a lasting memory on our hearts and he will be forever cherished.Andrew PetrakNashville, TennesseeNovember 17, 2020