Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Max
10/10/2011 - 11/12/2019Max was a loving, goofy, silly, playful pup. Although max was a good 120 pound German Shepard he thought he was an 8 pound lap dog. He had the personality he had as a puppy and I’m so greatful that never changed. When your day was bad, Max’s goofy personality without a doubt would make any problem or worry you had go away in the matter of moments. Weather he was playing with lacrosse balls, picking up sticks barking at the neighbors dog or chasing squirrels maxi boy loved to be outside. He was so fast! Like the rest of the family, Max’s main sport was lacrosse. His bark was the deepest most scariest bark you’ll ever hear. In this case the phrase “your bark isn’t as big as your bite” kinda holds true to max in The sense that he was afraid of his own shadow, but he would never let you know that. There was only a select few people outside of my Mom dad Zachary Claudia and myself that max truly felt 100% comfortable with and if you were lucky enough to know max like we all did you know how much he was loved and want an amazing loyal loving baby boy he was. Thank you to all who have reached out during this hard time. It’s comforting to know how many people max had an impact on.Natasha WolfeMt.sinai, New YorkNovember 14, 2019
Gizmo
5/15/2002 - 11/11/2019Dear Gizmo,

No words can ever express how much you meant to us. You were the light of our lives. You made us smile and happy by just seeing your beautiful face. You changed our lives in so many ways. You’ll be forever in our hearts. May God bless you with forever lasting life and we know we’ll be together again someday.

With all of our Love,

Mommy and Daddy
Steve PayneRaleigh, North CarolinaNovember 13, 2019
Oliver
1/18/2019 - 11/11/2019Rest in Peace Oliver. We take comfort in knowing that your suffering has come to an end. You had unconditional love for everyone that came into your life. The sadness and tears will eventually end, knowing that you are no longer in pain. We will miss you always. May your heaven be filled with Denta Stix and stuffed toy animals.George & Jackie OlsonBethlehem, PennsylvaniaNovember 13, 2019
Bella
4/29/2011 - 11/11/2019The one true friend I had when I moved away. Bella and I were both new to New Hampshire and of course, this helped grow our bound. She always followed me to the bathroom, kitchen, living, and bedroom. She helped me as I finished my Bachelors Degree in Marketing also. Never left me side in days of sickness or sadness. She was a true character.Michelle FrahmMoultonborough, New HampshireNovember 13, 2019
Sydney
8/25/2005 - 11/9/2019Sweet Syd, oh how I wish we could share the next 14 years together as we’ve share the last 14. You loved us so well and we are forever grateful for your kisses and protection and companionship. It’s only been a few hours and our home seems empty without you here... (that’s really saying something). We hope you are chasing squirrels, saying hello to mailmen, eating Tommy’s pizza and using yourself as a toddler jungle gym in doggy heaven. You were such an important part of our tribe and Oh how you loved our kids... You are hands down the very best and we will forever love and miss you. #sydneymarie #family #myfirstbabyTaryn GehlertColumbus, OhioNovember 13, 2019
Mary
1/1/2002 - 11/7/2019I said goodbye to my precious Mary last week. She was my faithful friend for over 10 years standing by me through many adventures and helping me raise two new puppies. Mary was always up for some fun and over the years tried her hand at sheep herding, hunting, puppy raising and loved running on the beach or hanging out on the couch and her very favorite thing was giving kisses. When she was younger she loved to howl and delighted many people with her howling. The last year she was content to stay home and get cuddled and petted. She went peacefully at home and is terribly missed by me and her little brother, Prinz.Treycie / Terry WHITEOregon City, OregonNovember 12, 2019
Olive
7/15/2006 - 11/11/2019My little otter pop ❤️ I hope Rex and Ruby we’re waiting for your arrival to greet you at the rainbow bridge. You were always much more then just a dog to me, you were most definitely a fur kid. I had you since the day you were born and we were able to have a bond I’ll never experience again. It hurts that you’re gone, but I know you’re in a much better place, and no longer suffering.
Love your mom, your grandpa, Riggs, and Jax
Annie HenryRocklin, CaliforniaNovember 12, 2019
Marley
2/1/2012 - 11/3/2019Our beloved Marley (aka "Snuggy Cat," aka "The Chonk," aka "Nugget") crossed over the rainbow bridge after a short and dramatic battle with chylous effusion. She was only 7 and far too young to go so soon, but we know she's in kitty heaven now, where the chicken-salmon are abundant and there are endless fields of nip and sunshine.Natalie GallagherAtlanta, GeorgiaNovember 12, 2019
Coby Ramsey
11/6/2006 - 11/10/2019In Loving Memory of Coby Ramsey

On behalf of my wife Danielle, daughters Reagan Faith & Shiloh Grace, and my son Thomas Ramsey IV we said goodbye to our dear Coby Ramsey on 11/10/19. Coby was a gift from God and throughout his 13 years he taught us how to love unconditionally. Coby's spirit was gentle and sweet and has brought us closer to family, friends, neighbors, and complete strangers throughout our journeys from Tamarac, FL to Phoenixville, Pa to San Jose, CA to Dallas, TX to Pompano Beach, FL.

Coby was preceded in death by his brother Magic Ramsey of Phoenixville, PA and half brother Prince Dingle of Omaha, NE. Coby loved the great outdoors especially the beach here in sunny South Florida.
Thomas RamseyPompano Beach, FloridaNovember 12, 2019
Brady
11/3/2019We hope heaven is filled with all the things you live, you were the best dog and added so much joy to our family 💕Michele FrancisFleming Island, FloridaNovember 12, 2019