Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Rusty
2/13/2002 - 4/17/2017In loving memory of Rusty.

If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever!

Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day
Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed, and very dear

No longer by my side, but always in my heart!
Darla HallWest Palm Beach, FloridaMay 1, 2017
Tinkerbell
10/15/1999 - 4/27/2017I lost my precious Tinkerbell today. She was such a great comfort and loyal friend to me. She gave it all she had until I just could not let her suffer anymore. Thought she was going to leave me several times throughout the last 6 months but she just was not ready to leave the good life that she has come to know within the last 4 years. People tell me she was lucky that I moved in but I say I was the lucky one to receive her. You went peacefully and in her own home and comfort and I would not have had it any other way for you. My home is so empty without you and even Turbo seems to be missing your company. Tinkerbell, I loved you from the beginning when we started walking together and we just kept on bonding each and every day and I am so thankful that your original owners let me have you as my own.Anita LacasseFredericksburg, VirginiaApril 30, 2017
Truffles
9/2/1999 - 4/28/201717.7 years of unconditional love and devotion. Longer than most but somehow,today seems too short. Truffles, I hope you and Mickey are having fun over the rainbow bridge and soaring high with your wings. We love you my sweet girl. Gone but never forgotten. Laps of Love veterinary hospice is amazing. Dr. Tiffany made a terrible situation do-able and comforting. Too bad we can't/ don't do this for our human loved ones.Georgette SchwartzBoca Raton, FloridaApril 30, 2017
Max
8/8/1999 - 4/29/2017Max was our sweet little dachshund who enriched our lives for past 17 1/2 years. He brought us so much joy and literally grew up with our daughter. He definitely had small dog syndrome and could be very feisty at times but was such a sweet little cuddler too.. Some of Max's favorite things to do besides getting in the trash and peeing on the rug, was to play in the snow (when he grew up in VA) to taking bike rides to the beach (when he retired to Florida). He was and forever will be my sweet little boy. ❤🐶❤😰😰Chris BradleyPonte Vedra Beach, FloridaApril 29, 2017
Sweep
4/1/2000 - 3/31/2017We miss our beautiful Sweep. She came to us as a five week old with no snout and lived with us for 17 wonderful years. When she entered our lives, her human siblings were 8 and 12; they all had much energy! As a herder, Sweep’s self-appointed job was to keep everyone tucked in tight together whenever we went for a walk. She kept her human mom in shape by insisting on a very long walk before work in the morning. She made better time this way as she could not see all the squirrels she’d feel obliged to chase if it wasn’t dark! Her human dad insisted Sweep go on all the backpacking trips, and to that end, she carried her own tie-out and food for the weekends. In the last couple of years, Sweep steadily slowed down, lost her hearing and got pretty mellow, but that was OK because her human siblings had moved out and she had just the parents to dote on and attend to her. But, her body did wear out, and we were so grateful that she could pass on at home with her loving family around her. We may someday have another dog, but we will never have another “Family Dog.” Love you, Sweep.Karen GenderSt. Louis, MissouriApril 29, 2017
Hooch
7/29/2002 - 4/24/2017Today we lost one of our best friends. Hooch E Poochie (https://www.facebook.com/Hooch.E.Poochie) we will miss you so much. Thank you for enriching our lives for so many years. You came into our lives as a rescue dog when Daniel and Megan were just toddlers. You loved them no matter what they did or how much they climbed on you. Over the years you gave us so much love. You've been with us for over 12 of your almost 15 years. The kids have known you their whole lives and they will truly miss you. We will all miss you Ol' Boy. We love you.

A part of me has died with you, but you're also a part of me - you will live on in my heart. I'm dedicating this song to you, my constant companion: https://youtu.be/qcQ3iegpZTc
Tommy GreenWebster, TexasApril 29, 2017
Owen
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
Zombie
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
Tank
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
Levi
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