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7/15/2020 - 9/8/2020Carson,

You loved loved your daddy from the first moment. You spent hours laying on his feet. During covid, you two were work buddies and you were always by his side. He had a special voice he did for you - it was very respectful; you called us ma’am and sir. He would spend so much time grooming you, petting you and taking out tufts of excess hair because you shed so much. And you always smiled. You also loved your sister Socrates, even though she stole your toys.

For years I’ve said you liked me fine. But I think our time together in corona changed things - I think you grew to love me. And I am so grateful. I love you. Even when you maybe didn’t love me, you always always let me carry you when you needed it. When you were sick. When you couldn’t quite make the jump to the steps. When I thought the apartment was on fire and I was so desperate to get you and Socrates out. You always liked to lay on our feet. You’d drift off to sleep, resting heavy and sweet on our feet. Even mine, as I would pet you and ask you to like me.

You hated cars and we always tried so hard to console you. You barked like crazy when you were left in one for just a second, just a second for me to come around to the backseat door and get you. I think you thought we forgot you. I could never forget you. I carried you, in DC August heat and humidity, in a suit, for miles because you were sick and needed help. No Uber or Lyft would help us. I sobbed the whole way and I was so scared I would drop you. But nothing could have made me drop you. I wouldn’t have ever dropped you. Even now. I’ve got you, Carson. I love you. My Bear. 🧡
Ashley FreibergerWashington, District of ColumbiaSeptember 11, 2020
4/9/2020 - 9/10/2020To my darling, Noodles who always comforted me and made me laugh. You are truly special, always a conversationalist I will miss that along with the great cuddle times. I know the past few months were hard with out our friend Chicken, you and I were with him and prayed over him as he left us. I believe you hung in there for me. To make sure I was ok. You are with your buddy now run and play my lil boys. So blessed to have you ! Run and play my lil angels , someday we will meet again.Liz TrejoOcean Beach, CaliforniaSeptember 11, 2020
11/4/2007 - 8/1/2020Hershey was just the best dog; a very typical Lab. He was energetic. lovable, forever-hungry, affectionate, a super-snuggler, a little naughty, a talented escape artist, happy, loyal and part-time therapist! He was the center of our family; everybody's best friend. There wasn't one person he met that he didn't love or leave an impression on.
We miss you so much, Hershey! I hope you ran full speed over that rainbow bridge and are still running! There are no limits now! We love you forever!
Ken, Amy, Alexis & Luna
Amy LaceyCollegeville, PennsylvaniaSeptember 11, 2020
12/2/2008 - 8/28/2020Laxer was a gentle giant! He loved to greet everyone who walked passed the property by barking and saying hello. He could put a scare into people who didn't know him, at a 130 pounds he was intimidating, but he would not hurt a fly. Well that is not true he loved to chase and catch flys in his mouth, and he was very good at it. He was a great teacher to his fellow dogs at home. He was the calming force at home with Trey, Sinatra and Whiskey. Laxer was forever the "big brother" that they all went to for support when they were scared or upset about things or just needed a little comfort. When we rescued each of our other dogs they immediately bonded to Laxer and that made their adjustment to our family so much easier. He was a kind and loving soul and will be greatly missed by us all. Laxer was an amazing support dog for us all! I just hope that we gave him as much support as he gave us. Love you Lax-Man!Kathie CavalloDenver, PennsylvaniaSeptember 11, 2020
1/9/2005 - 8/20/2020We miss you terribly, sweet pupper-doo! Our home and our lives haven’t been the same since you went to heaven. We know you’re at the rainbow bridge and we will see you again one day, but Daisy and Milton are looking for you, they miss their big brother and you will always have a special place in our hearts. You were always so patient and loving with your little, fiesty sister, Daisy. She insisted that you played with her and you always accommodated her demands in a gentle way. You protected us and went everywhere your Dad wanted to work, tractor rides, boat rides, 4-wheeler rides, family vacations, multiple daily walks. You loved us unconditionally and we loved you, and always will love you the same. You will always and forever hold a special place in our hearts. WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH, Precious Pup...Gauge! 🐾❤️🐾❤️🐾❤️Debbie JenkinsPlant City, FloridaSeptember 11, 2020
9/9/2020You were bald and scared when we saw you at the pound. I saw those big brown eyes and instantly fell in love. You loved to swim and play fetch and sit next to my bed. You were a protector of the kids but a friend to all. You blessed us with amazing and wonderful memories for 15 years. When you list your eye five years ago it broke my heart but it never stopped you for a minute. Over the last year I saw you slow down so much and I tried desperately to keep you out of pain. I could tell you were hurting and you deserved so much more than that. The kids and I will miss you forever but we thank God He brought you into our lives. I hope you are swimming somewhere beautiful with AbbyLou. ❤️Amy McCaffreyArgyle, TexasSeptember 10, 2020
Bentley James Geegan
9/9/2006 - 9/9/2020Little Bentley you stole our hearts 14 years ago and brought us so much joy and laughter. We did not know our hearts could be shattered into this many pieces, you are missed so much — no other fur baby could ever take your place — we will love and remember you forever.Greg, Diana & Gannon GeeganSaint Petersburg, FloridaSeptember 10, 2020
7/15/2015 - 9/4/2020She was one of the friendliest, loving cats we've ever met. She was so mellow, you could pick her up and carry her around the shop, and she would never try to jump down.Kelly WilkieSacramento, CaliforniaSeptember 10, 2020
Allie Abdo
9/4/2003 - 9/9/2020We will miss her much but know that she is in a better place. Just letting everyone know, there is doggie dementia. New one on me! Rest in peace my little girl and you are now with your Momma Ruby. We did the best we could, with the knowledge we have, and you were full of vim, vigor and vitality. Love you much Allie!Allie AbdoMount Juliet, TennesseeSeptember 10, 2020
6/19/2011 - 8/27/2020Guinness....... what a big " brother" and good boy you were! We only had you a little more than 3 years, but we take comfort in the fact that they were your best ones! After hearing that you were beat down the first 5 years of your life, rescuing you for us was a godsend. You really showed off your developed personality and how you loved your walks and going to the groomer. Your look was menacing to those who didn't know your gentle side and you were a loyal and loving dog........cancer free now my good boy, run and play without pain and know that YOU ARE MISSED by all, including Rocksey and Major......Ralph CrittendenRochester Hills, MichiganSeptember 10, 2020