Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/14/2010 - 2/13/2020Rocky was a true mans best friend he was loved since a puppy when your daddy picked you up from a farm. Then you turned one at your mommy came into the picture. Rocky your energy was always keeping everyone on their toes and made everyone laugh. Your sweet smile you give and your playful self is going to be missed to much but your family and your big sister Roxy .Tiffany KlemmerReading, PennsylvaniaFebruary 14, 2020
Wallace was there during the hardest parts of my life and I feel that he knew when I needed him the most. He will always be in our hearts and memories. He was the best!Lauren Rowechicago, IllinoisFebruary 14, 2020
Johnny Cash
2/13/2020The sweetest loving soul. Thank you for so many years of unconditional love. No more pain my sweet boy and no more scary storms. Miss you and love you.Theresa EamesHephzibah, GeorgiaFebruary 14, 2020
2/12/2009 - 2/13/2020Miley “Cyrus” was the best dog for our family! She was a gentle, loving dog that was a huge part of our family. Miley is greatly missed already. She was by our side each day and we were so grateful for her ❤️Nicole PossentiAston, PennsylvaniaFebruary 14, 2020
8/25/2020 - 2/6/2020Jaeger was my best friend. He was smart, lovable and friendly and was the most dedicated dog I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. He was my buddy and I will miss him every day. I never imagined it would be this hard to say goodbye. Jaeger, you will be missed and thank you for just being you and making my life wholeMark HarringtonJacksonville, FloridaFebruary 14, 2020
4/28/2014 - 2/7/2020I miss your smile. I miss your macaroni toes coming down the hallway. I miss your bark. I miss the way you use to sit next to me on the couch. I miss our talks. I miss those cute little triangle eyes. I miss that side eye look you would give me when I was upset. I miss our walks. I miss kissing your face. I miss your cuddles. I miss saying good morning to you. I especially miss saying “ let’s go night night”. You were my best friend. I am empty. I know I’ll be ok but for now it hurts so much. I love you my sweet baby mommas girl.Jacky ChavarriaRiverside, CaliforniaFebruary 14, 2020
5/17/2010 - 2/13/2019In memory of my Boo Boo who changed my life with her strength....resilience and attitude!!Linda Nastasi NastasiSt. Petersburg, FloridaFebruary 14, 2020
11/9/2009 - 2/9/2020Cella girl we miss you so much. I feel you around me and often think I hear your footsteps in the kitchen. I know that you can walk again and that you are in the loving arms of our heavenly family. I hope you have met Zach and are playing with him all over a big field!!! This was the hardest decision I ever had to make and I hope you know how much we all love you!!!! Our home will never be the same. Thank you for being a part of our lives for 10 years and for giving us so much loyalty and love. We love you forever Cella!Kristen LombardoShirley, New YorkFebruary 14, 2020
8/12/2003 - 1/26/2020We love you more than words can say. You can never be replaced. You were the pup that just wanted to be loved. You had every quality that a family could want in a dog. You were loving and smart. You were an excellent cuddler. You had sad little puppy eyes and knew exactly how to use them. The list goes on and on. We loved coming home to that little rrrwooOo bark you let out and the tail wagging just for us. On a long day, coming home to you were equivalent to heaven on earth. You had many hobbies... some include going on long walks and sniffing literally anything and everything. And right when we thought you were done, you would do the run through again, just to make sure you didn't miss anything. One of your favorite hobbies was to bark to be let out, because you knew a cookie awaits on the other side of the door. You knew exactly how to work us and we fell for it every time. Just having you here with us was a comfort and a blessing. You brought us so many happy memories and we will love you forever. You will always be our puppy boy.Anthony VigilottiWest Babylon, New YorkFebruary 14, 2020
11/26/2006 - 10/4/2017Sometimes she would come into the room, lick the bedsheets until you couldn’t tell the difference from it and the Titanic, then she’d get up and leave.Kristen, Alyssa and Leah HazelBurlington, New JerseyFebruary 13, 2020