Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/15/1996 - 12/23/2012Cocoa was a gentle soft creature that is sorely missed.Martha PELTAParkland, FloridaDecember 29, 2012
1/26/2012It is with heavy hearts that we say “goodbye” to our beloved Zach:

Dear Heavenly Father, Creator of all things,

Thank you for having entrusted Zach to us as a loyal pet.

Thank you for letting Zach teach us unselfish love.

Thank you for blessing our lives with the joy and cheer only Zach could bring.

Thank you for the memories that we can recall to brighten our days for the rest of our lives.

Finally, in gratitude, we return our precious Zach to you and know the welcome that awaits him.

Bill Welch Milo HoffmanCoconut Creek, FloridaDecember 28, 2012
10/12/1999 - 12/27/2012Our boy was the best dog in the world. He gave us 13 years of pleasure. A little guy with a huge character. We miss you so much, be young again and watch over us. We have such heavy hearts you filled us with love our little sweetheart. Until we see you again.Brandy (Lynne) and Zeke BucciGreenacres, FloridaDecember 28, 2012
8/17/1995 - 12/27/2012Daisy was always our sweet little girl, full of goodness and unconditional love. A true puppy until she was 12, then she was our old gal, we shared 17yrs together, many beautiful moments were shared and memories made. Daisy was loved by her family and all who met her. It was very hard to let her go after so many years spent together, but we know she is in a better place , were she can run and play again.
We love you sweet girl, Mom, Dad, David, Daniel, Grandma, Abuelita
Terry and Marc SternBoca Raton, FloridaDecember 28, 2012
11/28/1995 - 12/18/2012Julia was a beautiful, loving, and caring dog. I always said that she was like an old soul. I will miss hearing her bark as I unlock the front door every afternoon after work. Sitting on the couch won't be the same without seeing her and having her near me. I always enjoyed lying in bed at night and reading and looking over to see "my girls" all curled up under their blankets. I called Julia "my tough cookie". Even though her back went out twice, she hung in there during the treatments and was able to walk again.
I would like to acknowledge the wonderful vets who took care of Julia during her 17 years on this earth. A big "thank you" goes out to Dr. Jack Landess, DVM and the staff at Nokomis Vet Clinic. They were always so accomodating anytime I would call or come in with Julia. Also to my friend, Dr. Richard Funk, DVM who truly has a gift of healing animals. Thank you for helping my baby walk again.
Julia will be missed by her sister( Heidi) , brother (Rexie), her buddy (Gretchen), her cat/ roommate (Butterscotch), her grandparents (Grandma & Grandpa Liller), and of course, her mom (Tami).
**We will be together again some day. Enjoy your time now at the Rainbow Bridge. God has healed you. Your back is now fixed and your legs are strong again. Enjoy your days of running around and chasing lizards. Enjoy the sun on your face. I love you and miss you greatly! Love, Mommy
Tami IngerickNokomis, FloridaDecember 19, 2012
9/21/1994 - 12/8/2012Precious was our loving sweetie, we will miss you baby. Never had a female cat so affectionate.venice, FloridaDecember 15, 2012
3/18/2000 - 12/10/2012Good morning… “Lap of Love” came to our house Monday night 12/10/12 and Abby passed away at 5:15pm. It was so peaceful for my little girl Abigail, but so very hard for my husband and me to say good-bye. Too soon to talk about her without crying, but I love going home and just smelling her favorite spots she loved to lay, which one was on the couch right above my head when I would lay down with her.

This morning I started talking to her before leaving the house just like I always did and told her to have a good day and that I loved her and I would be home soon and be a good girl. I know in my heart she can hear me still. She will be missed so very much…
charlene hickmanjacksonville, FloridaDecember 15, 2012
11/1/2001 - 12/4/2012Almost 11 years ago, my sister-in-law saw a dirty, starving Siberian Husky mixed puppy on the side of Highway 301 between Starke and Jacksonville. He was eating roadkill or garbage. She picked him up brought him to our house. He had one blue eye and one yellow. His stomach was distended from hunger, he was dirty and smelled like garbage. He was nervous. He cowered at every touch, and had obviously been abused. We gave him a bath and the water turned black, and it took three more baths before he smelled reasonable. Over the next few weeks, we gave him couple of square meals a day, a trip to the vet, a warm bed and a roof over his head. We named him Yukon Jack - we called him Jack. He joined our family, which included our first pup Stella. In a month or two, he doubled his weight and his coat got shiny. In a few more months, we added another family member, Maestro - they became fast friends and loved to wrestle. And we became the crazy couple with three dogs. In the years to follow, Jack turned into the most beautiful, sweetest, most loving canine companion in the whole world - he was our love bug. He was everything you could ask for in a dog - loving, loyal, content. He was a happy dog and made our happy house even happier. He made friends everywhere he went. He even spent some time as a hospital therapy dog before we moved from Jacksonville to Tampa. Although he never completely lost his cower, he loved people, and people loved his beauty and his sweet, loving personality. Everyone who met him, loved him. Eventually, we brought two children into our family too. He often slept in their room and tolerated their mischief. All along, we knew we rescued him and gave him a better life and that he was a lucky dog. In the end, he never knew that he gave us a better life and that we were lucky too. He paid us back tenfold. He added a quiet and loving balance to our house that will be missed. Yukon Jack epitomized the term "Man's Best Friend".Colin and Suzanne MaillouxValrico, FloridaDecember 12, 2012
She came in to our lives as a small dog with a large heart. Today our hearts are broken and a piece of our family is missing. We held her close to our chest when we found her this morning and we could not let go. We have had tears all day and we searched for the reason you left so soon and what we could have done. It seems as only yesterday we brought you home and how you changed our lives with showing us nothing but Love and Affection every day for thirteen years. Cruzie met us at the door every afternoon when we came home from work. No matter how bad the day was in our lives we were met with love and needing to be held. I wished I could have gotten her to the emergency vet clininc faster, but she passed suddenly in our arms and together. We have returned home with tears, our hearts broken, and many memories of what we had that was precious in our lives which is now gone. Words cannot express what a difference you made in our lives and our world is shattered now that you are gone. I know that one day when we leave this earth that our journey will take us to where you are now and we look forward to the reunion in heaven when we will all be together again. Again what a difference that Cruzie made in our lives even though she was a minature Chihuahua that was seen as tiny, she had the largest of hearts. We Love and Miss our Cruzie.JD BrownGreenback, TennesseeDecember 8, 2012
Our beloved Heidi...when we rescued you from the shelter 14 years ago, we knew we got a very special gift. Your unconditional love has paid us back a thousand fold and you will be remebered always. You are with your mother (my wife had passed away several days earlier) and your sister Gidget. I will love you always and take care of mommy!!Joe KowalskiGreenacres, FloridaDecember 4, 2012