Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Bandit
11/20/2003 - 9/17/2014Bandit, daddy will always love you!!!Bob DziadikWeston, FloridaSeptember 19, 2014
Jasmine
12/16/2004 - 9/16/2014This past Tuesday we lost our "first daughter" Jasmine to cancer. She went peacefully, lying in her favorite spot on the grass in our backyard, with the sun shining upon her - just like she loved to do every morning until her body didn't work anymore.
She was a daddy's girl and knew how to work him over when mommy said no. Jasmine was fiercely protective of her home and family and when mommy and daddy moved in together, she was sure to make her displeasure about sharing her daddy known by eating every left shoe mommy owned - to be sure the entire pair was useless. When she got to be such a big girl she couldn't fit in the bed with us anymore and got kicked out, she again made her displeasure known by sneaking up on mommy and barking in her ear after lights went out. She rioted against the dog beds we bought her by eating them nightly, until Daddy bought her her own twin bed. She eventually let me be her mommy.
She was a mixed bag of personality - she could be sweet as could be or ornery depending on who she was dealing with. She would look at you with disdain if she felt you weren't qualified to give her orders. She was quite spoiled at times and drove mommy crazy with her picky and refined appetite. She knew she was smarter than some people and took glee in terrorizing housekeepers by timing her arrival in the bedroom when they were making the beds - she'd jump in it once the bed was just about done. She would get a bad report from them and daddy would congratulate her on being a tough cookie.
Jasmine was a great older sister to our other Great Dane, Rama, and as sisters do, occasionally put him in his place - even though he weighed 100 lbs more than her, she was always his boss. Rama is still looking looking for you Jassie.
The happiest we ever saw Jasmine was when she was at the dog beach, running and jumping in the waves for hours on end, until she almost collapsed from exhaustion. She loved to meet other people and play with other dogs, but only if they could keep up with her.
Jassie, mommy and daddy hope you are running at the beach in the sky. You can run and run all day now. It's not the same without you greeting us at the door. We knew you were excited to meet Pasha - you nuzzled mommy's belly urging her to arrive early. You would've been the best bodyguard. We were hoping you could've lasted just long enough to see her.
Mommy and Daddy miss you so much. You were such a good girl and were smarter than most people we know! You were our big girl.
Las Vegas, NevadaSeptember 18, 2014
Shelby
9/15/2014Shelby, also lovingly known as the Sofa Queen, Big Girl and Fuzzy Wuzzy dog. I, and all that knew you will miss you terribly. What pleasure and fun it was to have had you in my life....I really miss that deep, throaty bark.Ursula SzaboFleetwood, PennsylvaniaSeptember 17, 2014
Spike
12/27/1999 - 9/6/2014The very best thing that ever happened to me... My protector, my best friend, my comforter, my shoulder (or chest) to cry on, my sanity, my sunshine, my LOVE. I miss you more that I could ever describe, and cherish every moment I had with you. Until we meet again my sweet baby.... I LOVE YOU Scuba Spike Space Monkey!!!Keleigh WrightDelray Beach, FloridaSeptember 17, 2014
Casey
5/7/1998 - 8/29/2014Forever in our hearts, Casey girl.Cathy MihochGilbertsville, PennsylvaniaSeptember 17, 2014
Recks
6/23/2014 - 9/11/2014Recks was the light of my life...
.asking nothing more then a loving caress
and time spent with his family.
Those of us who choose to spend our days
with a loving pet are blessed when one comes
along who touches or soul, Recks was my special
boy💙 days go by and a part of my life feels empty,
I know that time will ease the pain,
just not yet, not today🐾
Terri HannahGloucester, MassachusettsSeptember 17, 2014
Snoopy
9/13/2014Snoopy you were our silly little clown...always a happy smile on your sweet beagle face....never meeting a stranger, even the kitties you loved who didn't necessarily always love you back. We love you sweet boy, you are physically gone from our lives but love never dies and you will live on forever in our hearts. I know Oreo was waiting for you at the Bridge, the two of you will live on forever in our hearts and we will see you again one day.Kelly WilsonSt. Augustine, FloridaSeptember 17, 2014
Tut
6/1/1996 - 8/13/2014To my sweet Tut (aka Tutty Two Stepper) who I had to say goodbye to 5 weeks ago today. I am so fortunate to have had you in my life for fifteen years, you were and are a part of me forever. You were the gentlest most loving cat, friend to all of of our cats, best friend to Bunky who was by your side for almost seventeen years. I love you always and miss you my guardian angel. I know you are basking in the sunlight now - See you at the Rainbow Bridge xoJuliette PegramPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaSeptember 17, 2014
Fuzzy
9/14/2014Sunday was a very sad day for us as we lost our beloved Fuzzy. He was such a great companion and brought so much happiness into our lives. Yesterday after a few hours of burying him, Teresa and I observed through our kitchen window a large bird on our back neighbors tree, he looked like a red tail hawk. After looking at him for few minutes, he suddenly landed on our yard and looked around for about a minute or two. Then he perched himself on the irrigation system and began to look towards the kitchen window were we were standing. He looked truly majestic. Then he took off in flight and we realized that God had sent him as an angel to take Fuzzy's spirit and complete his journey into heaven. We were truly blessed to have had the opportunity having this warm little friend in our lives. Fuzzy you will be missed but you will always be in our hearts. Thank you for being part of our family and we will see you again at the Rainbow Bridge.Brett SeverRiverside, New JerseySeptember 17, 2014
Breeze
9/15/2014We love and miss you Breeze. One day we will all be together at the rainbow bridge.Heidi KellyKutztown, PennsylvaniaSeptember 16, 2014