Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Doogie
6/1/2008 - 6/16/2020Doogie,
You were there for us always, to protect us, to comfort us, to show us unconditional love. You are always going to be a part of this family. The boys and I will miss you terribly. We will miss your beagle-howl, how excited you were whenever we walked in the door, how you always wanted us to pet you more and wouldn't think twice about nudging your snout under our hand. We will miss your velvety soft floppy ears and watching them go crazy when you ran around, and we will miss though puppy dog eyes that made me absolutely melt EVERY SINGLE TIME. We will miss you cozying up with us in bed or on the couch and falling asleep. You were the best dog we could have EVER asked for, and hope you know how much we love you.
Rest now my boy, you helped this family grow up and learn how to love.
We love you Doogie,
The Gross boys
Christian GrossSicklerville, New JerseyJune 27, 2020
Tux
8/6/2007Tux was a big sweet heart. he was so very kind gentle and just a big furry bundle if joy.
I got him and his life long companion close to the same time. I had always wanted a sheep dog because of their loyal and sweet personality.
He was a very happy dog. 2 years ago he was diagnosed with cancer. He never
let that slow him down until the past few months. we lost Abby a few months ago and sence then
Tux seemed to go down hill quickly. He lost the use of his back legs and we knew it was time to let him go and be with Abby.
Rest in peace big boy and run free with Abby
Jim Cadmushouston, TexasJune 27, 2020
Daisy
11/1/2003 - 6/23/2020I'll never forget Nov. 1st 2008. It was the day we brought our Daisy home from the SPCA. Little did I know then how much my life would be changed by this little soul with the big ears, and even bigger heart. Daisy was pretty perfect right from day one. My perfect puppy I liked to call her. Daisy loved every person she met, she was loving and friendly and so gentle. It's impossible to put into words just how wonderfully special she was, She has been my shadow for almost 12 years now and I've loved every minute of it.
I heard the term "heart dog"quite a few years ago. The definition of heart dog is:
"that once in a lifetime soul mate dog. There’s an understanding, a bond stronger than most, and a special level of communication. Your heart dog “gets” you and you "get" her right back".
Daisy is my heart dog and now she's gone. My heart is broken. I will forever miss that so very special bond we had. I've loved and lost many dogs in my life. Daisy is by far my biggest, hardest loss. She was also one of the greatest loves of my life and for that I will always be grateful.
I love you my sweet Daisy, I'm so sad that our journey together (here) is over. I will miss you every single day of my life. You were so, so special. I hope you're running around with your brother up there and I truly look forward to the day I see you again.
Michelle, Chris & CJ KinslerHorsham, PennsylvaniaJune 27, 2020
Lola Marie Kenny-casinghino
10/15/2005 - 6/25/2020Era: a period identified by some prominent figure or character....
14.8 years. How do we mark our Era of Lola?
How do we measure her life?*
Oh, in long walks + sunsets, nighttimes and car trips;
In laughter + tears, and dinnertimes and kisses.
In a word,
with love.
We were mutual dependents.
Our constant companion, the boss, our girl, our rascal, our love, our darling sweet angel, our adventurer, our enjoyer of life, our reason...to do everything.
Our bottomless gratitude + devotion for and to our wise and generous girl; for all she taught us, and for all she gave us with her unfathomable understanding of our fallible humanity. We reluctantly go on without her, yet we will, for and with her, as she is with us, for all time.
Lori CasinghinoMilton, MassachusettsJune 27, 2020
Stoli
10/16/2006 - 6/24/2020Stoli we rescued you as a young “teenager” and our family would never be the same. You brought laughter, love and light into our house. You never ceased to amaze us with the things you got in to and the things you ate.... bananas, with peels, mangos, $100 dollar bills, birth control pills, a lobster with the shell you stole from a visitor’s plate... you definitely kept us on our toes!
You loved jogging every morning with mommy for years and never turned down play time or a chance to show us how much you loved your human family. Our house will never be the same and we have a hole in our hearts without you.
You loved to “talk” howl at us and we loved that too. Your sweet smile, and trusting soul made each day special.
We will miss your looking into your steel blue eyes and petting your soft head to put you to sleep at night.
We will meet again either over The 🌈 bridge or in our dreams.
We love you and miss you terribly our Stoli boli!
Mama, daddy, Tom, Taylor and Dwy
Pam McdonaldPembroke pines, FloridaJune 27, 2020
Clare
4/26/2013 - 6/16/2020Sweet Clare, we miss you every day. Taking you on walks and rides or sitting with you in the sunshine were highlights of our days. Your smiling face made us all smile, too. You brought love to everyone you met, and your presence is greatly missed in our home. We all miss your licks and your paintbrush tail. We are glad your suffering is over, and you are in a better place now. Although you are no longer with us, you will always hold a special place in our hearts.Glen Burnie, MarylandJune 27, 2020
Buddy
1/29/2007 - 6/24/2020Buddy was my father's best friend and companion for 8 years. In 2015 when my father passed away, I brought Buddy home to live out the remainder of his years with me and children. He enjoyed long walks, chasing the bunnies in our backyard and chewing his bones. Buddy was loved and adored by us all and will truly be missed. ❤️🐾Alicia VossWestfield, IndianaJune 27, 2020
Mack
7/15/2006 - 6/24/2020Mackers. My sweet boy. You were an amazing friend, the best listener, my biggest fan, and the absolute love of my life. We spent nearly every day together and now that you've finally left, I don't quite know what to do with myself. However, I know you're in a better place there at the Bridge, able to run and breathe! And I know you're happy. Even though my heart is broken into 1000 pieces and I miss you every second of the day, I know I'll see you again on the other side. Love always.Shelley EstesWinchester, KentuckyJune 26, 2020
Maggie
12/1/2007 - 6/24/2020"Dr. Elizabeth Gill is a compassionate and caring individual . She gave us the time we needed to say goodbye and told us everything that would happen. Lap of Love cares that we are grieving the loss of our pet and makes the process as gentle as possible. Dr. Gill was very gentle with Maggie and ensured that she had no suffering during her passage."Jesse MillerOrlando, FloridaJune 26, 2020
Portia
4/1/2005 - 6/17/2020Portia was a scrappy black kitty with a bum knee, originally hailing from the mean streets of Baltimore. She was our Halloween cat, adopted two weeks prior to the holiday in 2005. Wild and crazy as a young cat, she worried her mom almost to death by trying to dart out the door at every opportunity, and once led us on a three-week chase (when we met a LOT of other black cats and our wonderful cat-sitter-to-be, who orchestrated her re-capture). She and my son (a.k.a. her brother) grew up together; she was always his best friend, and got him through some hard, hard times (especially middle school, ugh, and a number of deaths--of human relatives--in the family). Her health problems started piling up--thyroid issues starting age 9, IBD at 11 1/2, and terrible arthritis--but through it all, she mellowed into a really sweet cat who loved napping on top of her dad, grooming her brother's hair, and watching PBS with Mom. It was so hard to say goodbye, but it had gotten to the point where we couldn't keep her comfortable anymore. Thank you to Dr. Jessica and Lap of Love for helping us let her go the way she deserved.Jennifer RobertsReston, VirginiaJune 26, 2020