Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/27/1997 - 12/18/2015On December 18th our journey with Harpo ended after 18 wonderful years. He was our beloved kitty and brought joy to our lives everyday he was with us. He let us know it was time and we will be forever grateful we could provide him such a peaceful end, in his home on his bed surrounded by love. He filled our hearts and home with joy the void is tremendous. Thank you Harpo for coming into our lives you will always be our beloved little kitty.

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal."

- From an Irish Headstone
Liz & Bill D.Pelham, New YorkDecember 23, 2015
9/14/1999 - 12/19/2015To our dearest little Maggie,

Thank you for 16 wonderful years. You marched into the house at 8 weeks old, tail straight up in the air, and took one of Mocha's toys that was bigger than you! You hung off the back of Mocha's legs...just for the ride! You stood on the windowsill while you peed! You ran down the steps while you peed! Let's not forget when Daddy first came to the house and you sure showed him who was boss by peeing on his foot! We loved you every minute of it Maggie. You were spunky. Fought hard before taking 'no' for an answer. As Daddy always says, "No guts no glory." Agility gave them your all! Neighborhood runs when you got loose...well you gave them your all too! And when we moved, you decided that this was your country home...and suddenly previously off limits furniture was just ....well... yours. When Mocha passed, you grieved with us. We could see the hurting in your eyes and actions, sleeping on Mocha's bed but with your face in the corner facing, the wall, not wanting to look up to the realness of our loss. A piece of you left with Mocha...and slowly....the rest of you started going. But you knew we still needed you. So you ran, tricky wicky up and down the swing set after your favorite tennis ball, keeping the boys laughing the whole time. You ran the yard, ran onto the school bus...and still ran the neighborhood when you could. But in the last year, you started telling us your time was close. There was less running, less barking, and less of our girl. We say goodbye for now. Go and play with Mocha. You deserve it! You did the best job ever here with us. Enjoy retirement ole girl. We sure miss you already. Stealing toys, stealing food, stealing socks, stealing hearts. Love you little girl. Love you Maggie.
Mommy, Daddy, Sam and Josh
Lisa BrownReading, PennsylvaniaDecember 23, 2015
4/15/2015 - 11/3/201515 years have come and
gone to fast
How I wish I could have made them last
What will I do
When I am without you?
I will miss you everyday
In every single way
You are my best friend
Up until the end
I know you have to go
Why must it be so?
God give her a home
So she won't be alone
I will see you again
Until then...
Mariah HinesVirginia Beach, VirginiaDecember 23, 2015
7/4/2001 - 12/14/2015We'll miss the walks in the morning
And your wagging tail when we got home
When you'd bring your food and eat next to us
And cuddled with us when we were alone
We'll miss those wet slobbery kisses
When you wanted an extra snack
All the moments spent together
We wish we can have them back
But its time for you to rest
Though its hard to let you go
Thank you for being such a loving and loyal companion
We love you and we'll miss you, Max.
Now Over the Rainbow Bridge you must go.
Carlo MagpantayChino Hills,, CaliforniaDecember 21, 2015
2/14/2004 - 12/17/2015To our great dog, Wolfie, our hearts miss your precious company! We thank you for your faithfulness, intelligence, unconditional love and years of protection. We admire your brave spirit during the last weeks and up to the last minute of your earthly existence. May you now be in peace and total health in heaven under the care of St. Francis and your human and doggie family members who arrived before you. Have fun with them, until we join you to be forever together.Wolf's FamilyPembroke Pines, FloridaDecember 20, 2015
7/4/2006 - 12/20/2015A loyal, gentle and magnificent companion, he was the partriarch of the dog park. All the dogs loved and respected him,he always protected and went to the aid of smaller dogs that were picked on by others. He was a great hunter (Jaeger is the German word for hunter) and was feared by squirrels everywhere! He was so gentle with children and took treats slowly and gently from anyone kind enough to offer them. Our lives were forever changed and enriched by sharing ours with him. There will be a huge void that cannot be filled but we thank God for the time we shared with this wonderful and gentle soul!
We are so thankful for Lap of Love who made his transition less traumatizing for all of us.
Mary HorrellDunedin, FloridaDecember 20, 2015
6/11/2000 - 11/22/2015Moby,

Thanks for the happiness that you gave when times were down. Comfort in times trials and tribulations. I miss you dearly from the heart but I know you are in a way better place then I. In the time of your weakness I gave you strength, I appreciate you showing me that in how life is really suppose to be. I can't stop saying I love you so I will end it there by saying "I love you from the heart!!!!" Thanks Moby for a great 15.5 years of life.

Robert RiveraTomball, TexasDecember 20, 2015
10/1/2003 - 12/11/2015In loving memory of Lyla, our cherished 12 year old shepherd mix, with beautiful golden eyes, who many thought was a black wolf. We enjoyed your wonderful life so much and miss you so. You were a sweet gentile girl that was a great swimmer, companion and like a daughter of ours. Lyla, you gave us so much fun, love and joy, and you will always be remembered. We are forever grateful to you. You were the best dog ever. Rest well, our sweet love.Ronald BrumbachChicago, IllinoisDecember 19, 2015
11/13/2005 - 12/17/2015Hugo was Hugo, he was one of a kind and we will miss him dearly.
He had a very sweet disposition and great character.
Here he is wearing his HUGO THE MAGNIFICENT Costume.
Yvonne SwansonSimi Valley, CaliforniaDecember 19, 2015
8/7/2013 - 12/16/2015Though your time here was brief, every moment was worthwhile, and I wouldn't have traded it for the world. Thank you for everything.Sara AtkinsJamestown, New YorkDecember 19, 2015