Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/6/2007 - 4/21/2017O's,

It's been week since you left the physical world. I miss you buddy. I miss giving you bellies. I miss your tail wags. I still look for you laying in your bed. You were our protector. There's no more barking at strange noises or the delivery man. I hear things more now that I know you aren't here to warn me. You, O's, were so much more to me than my dog. You were my friend, my protector and the keeper of my secrets. You were there to catch my tears, but enjoyed your own space. I hope, O's, that I gave you a good life. That you were happy and felt loved. Wait for me. I'll be looking for you when I get there.
Karin RosselotSan Diego, CaliforniaApril 29, 2017
10/19/2017 - 4/28/2017Zombie – Thank you for being my little man the last 3 ½ years. We did not have a long time together, but you meant more to me than you will ever know. You were a fighter from day 1 and all the way until your last breath today. Thank you for being my companion, my teacher, and my friend. You were brave, strong, loyal, and loving. I will miss having you in my life, but you will always be in my heart.Lacey HenryQueens, New YorkApril 28, 2017
4/6/2005 - 4/25/2017Tank made out lives so much better! Our family as a whole misses you so much but we know you are in no more pain and waiting for us on the other side of the rainbow! We will never forget how you made and still make us smile! Always a part of our family! May your paradise be restful and happy, until we meet again!Bree & Jay JonesRaleigh, North CarolinaApril 28, 2017
11/4/2002 - 4/25/2017Levi passed away this afternoon at home.

I first met him in Tallahassee on the coldest January night of 2003.  He curled up on the passenger seat for midnight ride back to Gainesville and really never left my side again. He was loyal to the core, never requiring a leash, always ready to take on whatever came our way, but at the same time the most gentle creature anyone could meet.

In those early years he ran 6 miles each day alongside me, and spend another 45 minutes at the park in the evenings chasing down tennis balls relentlessly. On the weekends we'd head out to the trails and for 15-20 miles he'd run ahead and then patiently wait for me to catch up.  He never left the trail and he always kept me in his sights.

In 2006 he helped raise a future weim show champion.  After she left for her show career he settled down with his companion for the next 10 years, her sister. We spent the next few years splitting time between Florida and Georgia, and he was fast friends with all the horses in the nearby paddock.  He and Sadie would run over to my neighbor's property and each take a horseshoe in the early morning before coming home.  I didn't even realize they were heading over there each morning until said neighbor told me about it many months after we'd move there.  In the mornings I'd head off to work and they would stay behind in the house or barn, and in the evenings I'd head out with a baseball bat and hit tennis balls for him into the sunset.

In 2010 we headed to city life with his new mama and he adapted easily.  We'd have to cover him with a blanket for the winter nights, as the old house had a bit of a draft and he would shake uncontrollably. 

In 2014 he helped us welcome a daughter, and then a son, to the family and remained a steadfast presence and lookout for us as he navigated his senior years.
Atlanta, GeorgiaApril 28, 2017
6/10/2003 - 4/26/2017Cubby, my sweet boy! I'm crying as I write this because I already miss you so much. You had such a gentleness about you. The calmest little chihuahua I had ever seen. I will miss your sweet kisses when you laid down next to me. You were my constant little shadow. You always had to be where I was. And I love you for that. Chloe is looking for you and I know her heart is broken too but I promise I will make the rest of her life as happy as yours and when the time comes for her to rest I can only hope it's as peaceful as yours. All my love! ❤️❤️❤️Judi CanchaniWindermere, FloridaApril 28, 2017
Angelskye Finnegan's Dream
1/4/2003 - 4/25/2017To my best friend and soulmate. thank you for beeing with me for more than 14 years. I will miss waking up with you in the mornings, strolling the neighborhoods with you and sitting on thee couch watching our favorite programs. You picked me to be your forever mom and I will never forget you. I love you forever.
When I get to heaven, he first thing I am goiing to do is find you and never let you go.
5/8/2017 - 4/23/2017You were such a wonderful and sweet girl. You will be missed by us all.Allie MathesRoseville, CaliforniaApril 26, 2017
3/8/2003 - 4/17/2017Fenway girl ~ we hold your love & memories in our hearts forever & your sweet soul surrounds our family. I am truly grateful for the 14 years we shared with our beautiful pup and simply heartbroken over our final goodbye. We love you, Fenway. Rest easy, sweet girl.Shelbi TablerAshland, VirginiaApril 26, 2017
8/19/2005 - 1/21/2017Took three months to even do this. Vishnu was/Is the Kindest,sweetest, smartest being I have Ever known.He was /Is also a Very Stunningly Beautiful Boy.Loved by Everyone who ever met him,Missed Horribly every moment of Everyday. Dr. Ashleigh was a gift to Him and Us.We could never Thank Her enough for Her kindness and Gentle way of easing his Suffering.Robert ArnouxAuburn, WashingtonApril 26, 2017
1/2/2009 - 4/16/2017Hi Miss Grace...'Maggie, Angel and Johnny and Alex' have realized that the 'absence of you being in the pack' has totally changed the 'dynamics' of our house...You, from your ALERT BARKS...SOMEONE IS TRYING TO 'STORM THE CASTLE' how you 'handled' all of us. Grace, you had all of us under 'your strong and confident spell'...'GOOD WORK!!!'...and now you can 'LAY DOWN, and, GO SLEEP'...Thank You Grace...Maggie and Angel...John NewmanFoxborough, MassachusettsApril 26, 2017