Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/24/2020 - 6/21/2020As we would always say..."if you don't love Bear, you don't have a heart." He was truly full of love and full of heart was larger than his magnificent size. He was his own superstar that was stopped on any walk to flirt and get pictures.

It was truly to short of a life, but he smiled to the end.
Chad PottsSalt Lake City, UtahJune 23, 2020
6/12/2020Our boy Moe, so very missed.
A dear friend sent the most appropriate card with the question asked, "What's the hardest part about having a dog?"
"It's saying goodbye." So very true, even harder having to do this two days after my Mama's funeral, there are no words to the heartbreak and loss. I will remember all the love and lessons taught to me by my Mom and one of my sweetest boys.
Gone but never forgotten, the love of a dog is the closest we get on the earth of God's unconditional love!

Our home is missing you but our hearts are so full with what you left behind.
Bonnie KaysGreensboro, North CarolinaJune 23, 2020
5/5/200416 years ago Cherish, we adopted you. On June 21, 2020, decided you were ready for the Rainbow Bridge. You overcame meningitis as a pup and most recently IVDD. You adapted like a pro to your cart that I had made for you. Thank you for being such an amazing part of the family. Your unwavering love, companionship and loyalty will always be “cherished.” Heartbroken cannot describe how we feel. RIP my sweet angel aka “my little pea.”Peter GCalverton, New YorkJune 23, 2020
6/15/2020Margie, my love.Diana HitchcockCincinnati, OhioJune 23, 2020
3/1/2007 - 6/15/2020This is an anonymous poem that pretty much captures Molly's loving nature. Even now, every day, we feel she is with us.

A good dog never dies, she always stays,
She walks beside you on hot mid-summer days,
When goldenrod and buttercups fill the fields and
Autumn's drawing near
Her head within our hand in her old sweet way.
Susan AtwaterSalmon Creek, WashingtonJune 23, 2020
6/16/2006 - 6/20/2020Dear Rosie,

My pretty girl, you saved me. You brought joy to my life in a very dark time. You gave me love and hope and made me smile and laugh every day. And oh the attention you got from perfect strangers when we were out on a walk. I was so lucky to get to bring you to work with me for 9 years! You were the favorite camp dog and you got to run and play and explore ... just living your best life. I will so miss your smile and unconditional love and acceptance. The last few years haven’t been as active but you still got to travel all over with us and we loved taking you everywhere. I’m so sorry you got sick. You fought so hard and always took your meds like a champ. I am so proud that you were mine and I was yours. I know you’re buzzing around with all your buddies now on rainbow bridge and you don’t hurt anymore. My heart hurts but I know I’ll hold you again. Thank you for loving me, I’ll always miss you and will never forget our special bond.
Debbie WalkerCharlotte, North CarolinaJune 23, 2020
7/8/2020 - 6/20/2020My sweet Lucy was a wonderful, loving, and affectionate chonk of a cat. She loved her treats and I always knew when she was happy when she would lay on her back with her feet in the air purring. Lucy was the definition of calm. She was never a runner, and liked playing with ribbons and feather sticks on her back. She was the master at catching flies, just like Mr. Miagi (from karate kid). She would wait for them to come to her and she would catch them between her paws. Being athletic was not her forte, no matter how hard I tried to get her to run or chase toys. She would walk slowly to them, pick them up, and drown them in her water bowl. She flaunted her curves like the queen she was, and looked especially regal while dipping her paws into her water bowl and letting the water drip into her mouth, as this was the only way a true cat queen could drink water.

Lucy was so caring and loving, and cleaned her brother Linus every single day. He will never be as clean again without her. Linus will miss her, and meows a little differently now. She knew when I was having a bad day and always came and sat with me.

On Lucy's final day with me, she clearly had a conversation with Linus as I found them sitting face to face staring into each other's eyes. Lucy laid in her favorite spot on the windowsill and watched the birds as she drifted away peacefully. She is now with my mom who will love her just as much as I did. She will take care of Lucy until we meet again.

I am so thankful for Dr. Christie for helping me through this process.
Mary cargerChicago, IllinoisJune 23, 2020
3/17/2000 - 6/21/2020Dear Ruby,

You were a phenomenal cat who lived to be 20 years old. Born on St. Patrick's Day & died on Summer Solstice 2020 which was also a New Moon. I know the energy from the Universe took to an amazing place. You won't be forgotten; many loved you. May you rest in Peace with all those I've loved who have gone before.
Stacey hchicago, IllinoisJune 22, 2020
1/28/2009 - 6/19/2020Rory girl was the best pup there’s ever been. As one of your many “people” shared, she was a good dog by any measure. Rory was loved by so many people and she fiercely loved her people in return. She was feisty and funny and loved her younger puppy sister. She was adventurous and flexible and loved to go anywhere, any place (except the groomer / vet). She loved her walks, kissing everyone, and snuggles. She had the loudest small dog bark which mostly meant hello but sometimes was to protect her people. She had the longest legs and she could run so fast with her zoomies even in her older age when she felt well enough. When she got older and we added a human brother to our family, she was the most patient big sister. You were my first baby and you are gone too soon. We will always miss you, always think of you, and always love, Rory girl. We hope you are running with your puppy bro Zac all over dog heaven and having all the dog ice cream and bones!Brookhaven, GeorgiaJune 22, 2020
12/3/2007 - 6/20/2020Diesel was our Big Buddy. He was such a gentle soul. As big as he was, he let the little dogs boss him around. His sweet eyes felt like they could see right into your soul. You could see all the love in the world when you looked into his. He loved playing ball and chewing on sticks. He would even tear up trees if you let him. In his older years he loved camping and lounging with his fur sisters. Most of all he loved us. He always wanted to make sure we were all ok. He loved it when everyone was home together. He was always there for us with his unconditional love. I’ll miss the sound of him barreling down the hallway when he heard us coming in the door. He was so smart. He knew just by certain words or letters what you were talking about. He made sure if you went in the room where his leash was, that he was waiting at the door when you came out. Eager to go anywhere we’d take him. Even the vet. He loved his butt scratches and would lift new people up off the ground with his nose when they came in the house. He loved to run at the chickens just to see them scatter, to lay in bed with his boy (Devan) when he was younger. He loved to sit by the grill with his Dad while he cooked. He knew his routine like clockwork. He would come find you whenever it was time for one of his meds or treats. I’m going to miss the sound of him howling every time a JG Wentworth commercial came on. There are so many things I will miss. He left a huge hole in our hearts. We love you Diesel! Big Buddy, Deazy, Deazy weazy, muttley, handsome, Big D, Deazer, ❤️🐾❤️Holly HammerWayne, OhioJune 22, 2020