Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Precious Cannon
8/1/1996 - 8/13/2011Precious was the love of my life, my soul mate. This beautiful black lab honored me with 15 years of love, laughter and life. I was never alive like I was with her. She took a part of me with her. One day I will be whole again, with her at my side.Dr. Sarah CannonPalm Harbor, FloridaMay 4, 2014
12/22/2002 - 4/27/2014You gave joy, happiness, and love to everyone you met. We are happy for the time we had together and the love we shared will never be lost.Arlene ElkinsHollywood, FloridaMay 3, 2014
10/8/1997 - 5/2/2014Sasha was the love of my life! She helped me through life changes, divorce, parents passing, moving and getting remarried...She was sweet, beautiful and gave me happiness for almost 17 years! RIP Sasha!!! Mommy loves you!Mindy OliverHigh Point, North CarolinaMay 3, 2014
4/29/2014Diesel, thank you for being our protector. We love you. See you at the rainbow.Charlotte FriedbergCherry Hill, New JerseyMay 2, 2014
5/1/2001 - 4/27/2014Teddy was a very special part of our family, coming to us as a surprise in 2001. He was a big fuzzy Lab Chow mix who was gentle with everyone, curious about everything, and was a tenacious fighter, battling cancer and megaesophagus for the last fours years with us. In 2011 he went through 7 months of chemo, which helped him for a while until January 2013 when his cancer returned. We increased his outings and adventures at that time and by July he was going out somewhere every single day (parks, beaches, car rides, restaurants, hotel stays) so he could enjoy every minute of his last days.
So many little things remind us of him every day. We miss him terribly but his passing was the most beautiful thing we experienced with him. On Sunday, April 27, he went for a walk with us in the morning. It was a perfect morning in Florida, cool, blue skies, gentle breeze. He walked along the hill by the waters edge many times in his life, but this time was much slower as he had lost much strength. He stood on the crest of the hill looking out over the water and I put down his bed. He turned and lay down, as if to say "I'm ready". Dr. Katie very gently helped him to get his angel wings as the breeze gently blew in his face (as he always liked). Afterward we returned to our car with our precious Teddy, and across the street, in the dog park on the hill, were all the many people who knew and loved him, standing and watching in reverence and love and tears, and waved goodbye one last time. RIP Teddy, we love you so much.
Rob CarlsonTemple Terrace, FloridaMay 1, 2014
3/30/2014Sunbeams strain to warm absent aches.
Pillows fluff to no comfort.

Pauses wait at doors for absent passersby.
Corners sit idle of occupants.

Shadows leave without casting.
Silence descends unbroken.

Strangers approach unheralded.
Friends depart ungreeted.

Sofas sigh at emptiness.
Rugs remain unrumpled.

Rattling pans incite disinterest
Bones lie bereft of biting.

Postboxes slip silently closed and wonder at the lack of barking.
Arianna Norris-LandryBelleville, IllinoisMay 1, 2014
1/31/1999 - 1/30/2014Duncan was the love of our life. He was like a ray of sunshine in our family every day for 15 years! We'll never stop missing him.Mary RankinBuffalo, New YorkMay 1, 2014
9/1/2001 - 4/24/2014Grayson was so special to me. He was there for me through the most difficult times in my life to comfort me and give me that unconditional love we all search for during troubled times. It was painfully hard to let him go but even harder to continue to watch him suffer. Grayson will be dearly missed but it does bring me some peace knowing that he is healthy and happy now and we will be reunited again one day!Kristen HayesCharlotte, North CarolinaMay 1, 2014
4/24/2014Baxter was a loving gentle soul. He loved hiking, wineries, happy hours, and RVing.
He was a huge part of our lives. We lost him to Cushings disease and neurological spinal pain. He was a trooper until the end.
Deb FalstonHerndon, VirginiaApril 29, 2014
Otto Monaco
1/25/2001 - 4/24/2014Otto was diagnosed with bladder cancer in Oct 2013. We had 6 more months with him until the decision was made to end his pain. He was our baby. We adopted him when he was a couple of months old. He is our family. He's seen us through births, deaths, loves, losses, holidays, moves, weddings, etc. Otto is our miracle and our angel. We miss him dearly and he is forever in our hearts. I hope to see him one day in heaven.Victoria LopezMonroe Township, New JerseyApril 29, 2014