Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Otto
10/31/2010 - 5/7/2020Otto was the best dog and was truly my best friend. He loved everybody he ever met, and it was hard not to love him back with his cute baby seal eyes. His favorite things to do were to lick and to eat. His little doggie brother, Merlin, loved to be licked so they were the perfect pair. We have been through a lot together in the last 10 years, and I wish I had 10 more years with him. I know he isn't suffering any more though, and I am thankful for laps of love for his peaceful passing. His last day with us was full of cuddles, hamburgers, ice cream, and brownies. He will be forever missed.Julie StintonKnoxville, TennesseeMay 26, 2020
Sampson
1/19/2007 - 5/24/2020Sampson,
You stole your Daddy's heart the day he picked you up 13 years ago and your Mom's heart 3 years ago. You were a gentle giant with the kindest eyes and sweetest smile that made everyone fall in love with you. We and your brother, Woody, will miss you every single day sweet boy. What we wouldn't do for one more Sampson kisses :(
All our love forever,
Daddy, Mommy & Woody
Stephanie CollinsConcord, North CarolinaMay 26, 2020
Jake
1/8/2005I loved you like my own child and Jake returned twenty times over.
I miss you so much and your beautiful spirit has left a hole in my heart.
We will always remember your inner and outer beauty.
Peggy LeBeauGilbert, ArizonaMay 26, 2020
Roscoe P
1/23/2005 - 5/23/2020Although still Raw with pain from his passing, I am so pleased with my choice to contact Lap of Love this past week with our need for Roscoe. From the moment I called in for info to the hug for me from Dr . Sydney...the event could not have been any easier for me. The decision was the hardest part...and for any of you when dealing with a loving pets impending passing, this can be an extremely rough time.... the compassion and level of care they offered was immeasurable.Julie BrooksLawrenceville, GeorgiaMay 26, 2020
Sweetie
5/1/2017 - 5/24/2020Sweetie-kins was a once in a lifetime cat. I will love him and hold him dear to my heart forever and ever. I hope you're chasing all the birds, getting all the cuddles, and breathing easy my house panther.Tricia ClaphamMagna, UtahMay 26, 2020
Obi Wan
7/12/2011 - 5/23/2020Obi was a happy and sweet dog and we loved him very deeply. I hope he knew how grateful we felt that he was our dog and no one else's. We love all of our dogs but Obi was special and can never be replaced. He will always have an Obi-shaped place in our hearts and will never be forgotten.Carolyn AlonzoChicago, IllinoisMay 26, 2020
Petey
Petey was such an amazing dog. He was so loving and wanted all the attention you could give him. He loved to sleep and when he was sleeping he had to be touching you. Ever since he was a puppy that’s how he was. Loved walks and treats (what dog doesn’t). I will miss Him so much and think about him everyday.Kelsey RenkinPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMay 26, 2020
Sammy And Noel
5/22/2020I’m heartbroken over the passing of my babies, but Dr. Blaine couldn’t have been more respectful, empathetic and gentle with them. Noel was 15 years old, and Sammy was 13. Both had health and age illnesses, but they were a joy to my heart to the very last moment. I pray they are together, playing and waiting till me meet again.Laura CallasLake Worth, FloridaMay 25, 2020
Buster
2/15/2020 - 5/23/2020Buster was a loving and fun boy who brought love and happiness to our family for 15 faithful years. He loved to be held and cuddled, he was deaf and it never slowed him down, he enjoyed his life until the end when it wasn't fun anymore. I believe his Bestie Spike waited for him on the other side of the rainbow bridge, along with Buddy and Finn, and he will be ready for his other 4 legged siblings to join him. What a hole he has left in our hearts, what I wouldn't give to see his cute little face again, but he is in peace and that is all that matters!Valerie BondNorfolk, VirginiaMay 25, 2020
Maggie
4/1/2005 - 5/23/2020Maggie,
You were so sweet and so very smart. I will miss you everyday.
Dogs are small rays of light caught on Earth for a short time to brighten our days.
Leticia BuchananPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaMay 25, 2020