Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
9/24/2014my dog dutch
I love you and miss you...
gwyne rednerboynton beach, FloridaSeptember 26, 2014
10/16/2000 - 9/24/2014This is memory of our handsome boy Bingo. He will be sorely missed.Gina JulianOrland Hills, IllinoisSeptember 25, 2014
4/30/1999 - 9/23/2014Moonlight was our first family pet and the best cat anyone could ask for. She was quietly there when needed and taken care of in great detail and with great love in return. Having been abandoned before joining our family, she was slow to trust and bond with people, but it didn't take her long to love and grow with us. She was playful, talkative, and patient. She's beautiful, kind, and strong.

Moonlight is my best friend - we grew up together. She was always snuggled up next to me, sharing the pillow. She was the last thing I saw at night and the first I saw every morning. My greatest daily moments. These last few months, she's mainly been eating when I'm home - still showing me how strong and "ok" she is.

Baby girl, you've already been so terribly missed. You gave us the best 15 years. You've left a hole in our hearts, but you've gone to a happier place. You're free! Go chase the birdies, eat all the cantaloupe you can find, and nap in the sunshine! Don't forget to find us in the yellow roses..

All our love, hugs, cuddles, and kisses.
Brittany HerzbergDurham, North CarolinaSeptember 25, 2014
7/15/2001 - 9/22/2014The following is dedicated to my precious friend and companion Zena. I miss you so much but I have faith I will see you again. Thank you for all the time and dedication you gave to me until the end. It will forever be enduring in my mind.

There is something about the loss of a dog (family pet) that is different than any other loss you may experience in life.
Perhaps it’s the unconditional love they show you or the protection they are willing to give you even if it means they sacrifice themselves in the process.
The zest that they live each day with …. And the things that they never tire of like going for a simple walk around the block or maybe a ride in the car. They live life with such enthusiasm …. No worries of tomorrow; they live to love and enjoy the moment.
A dog will put their trust in you completely. The kind of trust that never waivers. The dog doesn’t care if you have a lot of money or no money at all. They don’t care if you’re beautiful and are forgiving of any flaws or wrong doing you exhibit that may even at times affect their own lives. They love you even when you’re sick, grumpy, tired, poor, hurting or distant. Your friend the dog is always waiting to shower you with love. It is never ending.
This kind of love exemplifies the kind of love Jesus gave to us. It is without a doubt so compassionate at times it can be beyond human understanding.
Therefore it may be the very explanation as to why the loss of a dog can be the most painful kind of loss to endure in one’s lifetime.
Sandy StarlingJacksonville, FloridaSeptember 24, 2014
10/1/1999 - 9/22/2014My husband and I had been struggling with end-of-life issues concerning our precious 14-year-old Westie dog, Merry. Her quality of life had continued to decline over the past year. On Sept 22, 2014, we had Dr. Eric euthanize Merry in our home. We wanted her to have a quiet, peaceful, and painless passing. Merry was a wonderful friend and those who know us, know we shared an incredible bond with her. It was terribly difficult to let her go, but we kept our promise to be there for her to provide love and comfort. We are broken-hearted over losing our sweet little girl – it was our final act of love for her. Joe Anne & Bob K.Fairfax, VirginiaSeptember 23, 2014
Meggie Moo
6/20/1993 - 9/22/2014My dear, sweet baby girl,
Oh how my heart aches for you.... I said my goodbyes, but I look for you still. You are everywhere....
I am so blessed to have had 21 wonderful years with such a sweet, sweet girl. Your love and devotion was my guiding light for a majority of my adult life and it rips my heart out to realize you're no longer here. You were the best friend, confidant and companion that there could ever be. You were with me through all of my ups and downs and always treated me with love and devotion. Your beautiful eyes and loving head butts said it all, and no matter how bad my day was, you brought me back home to "you", unconditional love. One look at that sweet face could put a smile on my face in an instant. You were just "so damn cute", as I used to tell you.
You made me so happy and when I met your "Papa", you quickly opened your heart to him and we became one happy "family". (Me, you and Miss Moo). You were our furry daughter, our little angel on earth, and we shared wonderful times together. Our life together will be lonely without you in it, but we will cherish the memories of the time we were so fortunate to have had.
I thank you for the joy and happiness you brought into my life for so many wonderful years. I pray that you move on peacefully, watch over us, and wait for us by the Rainbow bridge so that we can one day be a family once more.
God Bless You, my little angel. Your Mommy and Papa miss you and will love you forever.
Deanna Seyler-WiktorReading, PennsylvaniaSeptember 23, 2014
9/19/2014Sasha, I miss you and love you more than words could ever express. Thank you for your unconditional love, loyalty, and friendship for over 16 years. You will live in my heart forever.Everett HendersonPompano Beach, FloridaSeptember 22, 2014
Sedona Moon Dancer
6/30/2001 - 9/20/2014Sedona was the best dog a family like mine could have asked for and anyone who was fortunate enough to meet her could have seen that. She was there to greet us each time we came home and made sure we were safe each night before we went to sleep. Sedona showered my family and anyone who crossed her path with love and compassion. We will miss our best friend more than ever but know she is in a better place with peace and will no longer suffer.Sierra KanzlerKent, WashingtonSeptember 21, 2014
6/15/2000 - 8/29/2014Our boy Barney was the most loveable kitty we have ever met. He adored "his people" and we loved him. He spent endless hours on our laps and snuggled with us every night in bed. His "brother" Windsor and he played and wrestled like kittens even as his health began to fail. His Dad and I miss him so much that our hearts "hurt." We were blessed to have Barney in our lives for almost 12 years. We only wish it could have been longer. Barn-a-boo, we will miss your head butts and love you forever.Dorothy & Donald WestmaasBlue Bell, PennsylvaniaSeptember 21, 2014
2/26/1999 - 9/19/2014After over 15 years with our family it is so difficult to say good-bye, but we could not bear to see him suffer. Riley was not an overly affectionate dog but had his way of showing his love for us. We will miss you greatly!Joanne HerbergerGetzville, New YorkSeptember 21, 2014