Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Jasper
7/1/2000 - 7/19/2015Jasper was a rescue dog, barely getting by when he came into our lives. All he really needed was people to love him and he blossomed into the best dog a girl could have. He loved the woods, being outdoors, chasing water from a hose, playing, and being with his mom. Wherever you were, he would be right there, ready to protect you and receive your love. Jasper will be missed beyond words.Emily Davisnashville, TennesseeJuly 22, 2015
Dovey
6/5/2015 - 7/20/2015Dovey's presence is gone, but her essence lives on. Her spirit, and ours together, will mingle forever.Lisa WhiteCary, North CarolinaJuly 21, 2015
Jimi
7/15/2015You came into our lives unexpectedly in our first year of marriage and subsequently changed it immensely and definitively. You were our first "baby" together. And when we went on to become pregnant and thus have two children after that, you became their "baby" as well. We all loved you so much and will never, ever forget you. We hope you are now running free without pain with your brothers, Elvis and Marley, and peeing on whatever you can find along your way!!! Marking your territory up in the heavens and going on many adventures! We love you our precious baby!Nancy Covello-FifeLos Angeles, CaliforniaJuly 21, 2015
Willow Bark Tea
6/5/2015 - 7/18/2015Willow was an amazing companion who loved nothing more than to give kisses to those she loved. She would even "kiss" (lick) the air if she couldn't get close enough to land a wet one on you somewhere. We loved her and she loved us completely. Our lives were forever changed by this amazing animal and I am so grateful that I was able to care for her in this lifetime and look forward to seeing her again in the next.Stephanie HargraveGreensboro, North CarolinaJuly 20, 2015
Maximus
11/22/2000 - 7/18/2015We said good bye to our Gladiator. Maximus was a member of our family for 14 years and almost 9 months to the day. He was our only baby for 10 years and welcomed our new babies with open arms. He always sat right in the middle of our games to be in the middle of all the activity and slept in front of the kids doors after they were asleep.

To us, you were Maximus, my boy blue, Lobsta, little man, Maximoosie, and of course Maimus (they forget 'x' in your nice monogrammed LLBean Bed) - - We started in a small two bedroom apartment in WA, moved into 176th PL NE where you had the biggest yard. You worked so hard at keeping ALL squirrels out of yard by running it's perimeter multiple times a day. You had a doggie door and really lived the life. We finally packed up and moved East - - six months of temporary houses (only time you slept in our bed) until we landed where we call home today. You loved hunting in this yard. You loved all the windows in this house. You chased the sun all day long and left a mark on the back of the FL room couch where you had one of the most beautiful views that constantly changed with the NE seasons.

You were full of life and energy. You loved your ball, chuck it, and Frisbee. You were often called "the fastest dog" at Marymoor in WA, and still at the Reservoir here in MA. You loved camping, ferry rides, kayaking, and swam faster than most labs and retrievers. You were always the little guy barking at the big dogs "leave my ball alone!". Your excitement was contagious - - extended family and friends from age 90+ to our babies at 12 months loved throwing your ball and Frisbee. We loved playing with you! NE winters were long. We played find it to pass the time indoors; I'm not sure who liked playing more… you or the kids. - - You survived the historic 2014/2015 winter. You traveled to ME and listened to us sing songs during our 4 hour drives to go skiing.

Our home doesn't feel the same without you. We will look at all your sunny spots and know your smiling down on us. You're not here but we feel your spirit and know you're playing ball without any pain. We will forever miss you and feel the foot prints you left in our hearts.

We love you and will always miss you!
Lisa & Adam GarlandDanvers, MassachusettsJuly 20, 2015
Lukka Joe
5/20/1998 - 7/15/2015Our lives were changed by your presence and unconditional love. You were the most humble and joyful dog I have ever known. You were always happy and undoubtedly our best family member! You shared your love with us through so much of life's ups and downs. We will always love you and you live on in our hearts. We miss you so but we will meet you again dear friend.

I will always believe you were a gift from God as an example of how we should love one another in this world.
Lukka's MomCharlotte, North CarolinaJuly 19, 2015
Jade
9/1/1998 - 6/23/2015JADE’S ACCOLADE

Today I walk the path unable to run.
But, in this state I am able to
Memorize and rehearse this poem.
The runners, walkers and bikers
All greet me with a good morning,
But the only truth today Is that I am in mourning.

24 hours ago you were lying there,
I was kissing your face,
I felt your breath upon my lips,
I was loving you Jadie, like I always did.

An ordinary day for us? No. It was very different.
For in that tender moment what surfaced upon my lips,
Was 17 years of the purest love there is.
And in those beautiful kisses, Jade,
That were placed upon your fur,
YOU will find the love of..
…YOUR MOTHER
Kate TaylorWake Forest, North CarolinaJuly 19, 2015
Casey Roth
10/10/2002 - 7/12/2015RIP
Casey Petunia Doodlebugs Roth
Lorna RothAiken, South CarolinaJuly 18, 2015
Misty(baby)
7/9/1996 - 7/17/2015We first met at the Menagerie in October of 1996, you were 3 months old I was 23 yrs old. 18 plus years later it seems like we have spent a lifetime together. You loved your toys, your cat beds, sitting on my shoulder, and spending warm nights on the deck. 19 years is way too short for such a wonderful companion. We are going to miss you very much.Mike BialasikAmherst, New YorkJuly 18, 2015
Bluebell
3/10/2001 - 6/15/2015Dear Bluebell, I’m so grateful that I was able to give you love, safety, and health for 7 of your 14 years. You were an amazing gift; thank you for finding your way to me. Thank you for filling my heart with love, comfort and joy every day. You were an angel on earth as I watched you seek out every stranger to give unconditional love and calm healing energy, even when you were sick. You were a super model and an amazing ambassador for pit bull breeds. I miss seeing your face and kissing your forehead a million times a day. Life will never feel complete without you, but you will remain in my heart and I hope you can still hear me send you this message every day: I love you so much!!!Jacinda KayeRenton, WashingtonJuly 18, 2015