Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Buddy Lee
7/4/2001 - 8/28/2014Buddy Lee, I hated to let you go, I know you were ready and needed to go. I am so thankful that God allowed you to be part of our lives for 13 years. You and I have gone through a bunch of changes, but you remained loyal and loving during the journey. I know I loved you, maybe I just didn't realize how much, because I sure do miss you. I hope you are having a fun up there with Jazmine Pearl.David HarmonJacksonville, FloridaAugust 30, 2014
8/29/1999 - 8/29/2014Bessie's favorite activity was chasing squirrels and going for long, long walks. Her favorite food was hamburgers. She learned how to pop a baby gate open with her nose in under 30 seconds. She had a beautiful smile and loved hugs. She was loved dearly and deeply by Kelly, Jack, Bonaparte, Blue, Max, Callie, Tanner, Myrtle, and Sophie.Kelly StoPensacola, FloridaAugust 29, 2014
6/4/2001 - 8/27/2014Mom and Dad are missing you sweet baby girl. You will always and forever be in our hearts. We love you and thank you so much for being in our lives. If there are dogs in heaven then we will see you again dancing and jumping with our families in joy to see us when we go home.Laurie SmallwoodNorco, CaliforniaAugust 28, 2014
8/8/2000 - 8/27/2014Venom was a wonderful loving Dog to His family.. he was our Protector so we always felt safe with him being around.. he will be missed Dearly....Brittney HougaardNorth Las Vegas, NevadaAugust 28, 2014
5/15/2000 - 8/28/2014Kelly’s last will and testament to Mom:

I never had any fears,
In our fourteen years.
We would go on walks,
And have lengthy talks.
Please let Mom know,
I loved them all so.

All life I learned,
That trust was earned.
Mom lifted my soul,
And made life whole.
Mom’s got to know,
I loved her so.

Glad she didn’t miss,
That last salty kiss,
Her tear soaked face,
I took to my place,
Where Mom must know,
I still love her so.

I was always there,
And am forever near.
A best friend to me,
You will always be.
Please let her know,
Mom, I love you so.

Walter WillisHumble, TexasAugust 28, 2014
10/11/1999 - 8/25/2014Jane, we've been so blessed to have you in our family these past 15 years. You've celebrated our most important moments with us; our engagement, marriage, moving, the birth of both our children... You've always been there, a constant source of love, purrs, and smiling green eyes. We know you are free of pain now, racing around with your sister and brother in that place where pets suffer no more. Our hearts will always be warmed with our memories of you and the joy you gave us for so many years. We love you and miss you, sweet sweet Jane.Maria and Jonah HooperDecatur, GeorgiaAugust 27, 2014
1/17/1997 - 3/27/2014IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY PARISSONYA HAMMONDJAX, FloridaAugust 27, 2014
8/14/2014So this is where we part, my friend,
And you'll run on around the bend.
Gone from sight, but not from mind,
new pleasures there you'll surely find.
Your place I'll hold, you will be missed.
The fur I stroked, the nose I kissed.
And as you journey to your final rest,
Take with you this, I love you best
Brian & Cindy HartClermont, FloridaAugust 27, 2014
5/8/2011 - 8/24/2014Snickers loved to bask in the sun and feel the soft grass on his back. A cool breeze would make him blissfully lift his head and squint his eyes. On walks when the sun would come out, he would often force us to stop and make us enjoy those things with him. He taught us to stop and enjoy the simple things in life. The things that were right in front of us the whole time. But most of all, he loved his Mom and Dad. At our heels all the time, or leaning on us while we watch movies. When the day was done, he would crawl up into bed and snuggle as close as possible. His love was never-ending and unconditional. Anyone who met him immediately fell in love. And he would love back with lots of licks. For the rest of our lives, he will be forever in our thoughts, and in our hearts. One day we will meet again at the rainbow bridge where we will cross together and live forever. We love you with all our hearts Snickers. -Steven and KellySteven and Kelly BradyRaleigh, North CarolinaAugust 27, 2014
1/31/2013 - 8/5/2014We had to say goodbye to our Jake, 3 wks ago tomorrow. It's still hard to take a breath without feeling a pang in my heart. Jake was a black, Newfoundland/Lab mix, 142lbs, and 13 yrs old. He gave us all that he had to give, we were on borrowed time, I know that. Jake filled our hearts, our lives and this house, but I never realized until his passing that HE was ruler, Head Master, in charge of our domain. He told us when it was time to get up, when to go to bed, when someone was coming through the gate. He always made sure the floors were free of crumbs. He went with me everywhere in the car. He alerted me when my husband had a heart attack. He had been constant nurse maid to my husband for the past 2 yrs.
Jake was a pleaser, a giver, always happy, eager to do whatever you needed. Sometimes he'd sit in front of you and just stare, as if to say '"Can I get your slippers for you?"' I'd carry a leash when we'd go for walks, but it rarely was attached to Jake, he just always knew what he was & wasn't suppose to do. He loved to sit in the front yard and survey his surroundings with his friend Max, the cat. He never complained about a new addition, like my grandchildren, or a rescued litter of kittens, or an obnoxious, self-centered Great Pyrenees. Jake very rarely ventured over to the dish right next to his that contained wet dog food, a banana and toast for the "brat dog", when he was only getting dry food. I cooked special bones for him weekly that "Brat" won't touch. I wonder if the butcher will notice after all these years, the lack of my order?
I know in a month, 6 months from now, I'll still be finding chewies that Jake buried in the garden. Everywhere I look, I'm reminded of my Jake. Amazing dog just doesn't even come close. I told Jake daily, throughout the day that I loved him and would apologize if I'd forgotten his bone when we'd sit down for dinner or hadn't freshened his water that morning, but I don't remember ever telling him Thank You. Thank you for caring for us. We miss you so much, handsome boy.
jan banningriverside, CaliforniaAugust 25, 2014