Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/30/2004 - 1/1/2016It comes with the heaviest of hearts to let you know my sweet Chloe has crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Chloe passed in my arms at home in complete comfort and surrounded with LOVE. She was 11.5 years old and gave me some of the best memories of my life. Chloe has accompanied me across this country and was at work with me almost every single day. She loved greeting all the visitors and the attention they all gave her. Chloe, you will be missed by all the wonderful people who were touched by your sweet soul. You will forever be missed my sweet girl.. Love Daddy.Ryan RaymerDallas, TexasJanuary 18, 2016
Sputnik Van Dyke
5/25/2001 - 10/19/2015My loving, nervous, sweet baby girl taught me that not everything in life is bad. This little girl loved me and everyone she met with all of her heart. I will never be able to find another baby that needed me like we needed each other. She could make the worst problems in the work melt away with one of her kisses and a look into her beautifully expressive eyes.Norwood Van DykeBirmingham, AlabamaJanuary 17, 2016
3/31/2006 - 1/7/2016We brought MAX home at 3 months old. He went everywhere with us. Max was so smart always paying attention to conversations. He would move his head from side to side as if he understood every word. Always did what was asked of him. His Dr. said he missed his calling he should have been a service dog. But, I say his calling was to have a family that would love him forever because he was just that special. He was and forever will be are family. Such a GENTLE GIANT. Forever in are hearts. We and so many others who meet Max will always remember him. We would like to thank Dr. Rene Butler DVM. For your compaction & patients. You where so so understanding. We could not have gotten through this if it weren't for you.

Thank You,
Lisa & Joey

R.I.P. My beloved Max
Lisa PerezVallejo, CaliforniaJanuary 17, 2016
8/20/2003 - 1/14/2016Today, I say goodbye to my "pretty girl", Leika. Her obedience and temperament won many admirers - I've never owned a dog so loved and respected by so many.

"Once you have had a wonderful dog, a life without one, is a life diminished" - Dean Koontz

"Dogs' lives are too short. Their only fault, really." - Agnes Sligh Turnbull
Bryan KeadlePalatine, IllinoisJanuary 16, 2016
6/2/2016 - 1/11/2016After 12 years of undying love and devotion my beloved Daisy passed away. She was brave during the last year, having been sick for most of it. She gave so much love she will be missed so very muchLesley MoseleySeminole, FloridaJanuary 16, 2016
6/2/2016 - 1/11/2016After 12 years of undying love and devotion my beloved Daisy passed away. She was brave during the last year, having been sick for most of it. She gave so much love she will be missed so very muchLesley MoseleySeminole, FloridaJanuary 16, 2016
4/19/2001 - 12/8/2015It would be easy to say our Howard was just a great cat. Nothing could be further from the truth. He was so much more.

He was our kid, our friend, a great brother to his siblings, wicked smart, someone who would comfort the sick and dying, a mischievous clown, a connoisseur of food, a loving “grandcat” to his grandma meow, a companion to read and watch TV with, a great listener, a world traveler, a compassionate leader, everybody’s best friend and a lover of life. Howard was a big cat (at one time over 25 pounds!), but really, he was larger than life.
Celebration, FloridaJanuary 15, 2016
Peanut Hummerick
1/13/2016Yesterday at 10:32 a.m., our sweet friend Peanut passed through the veil that will lead her to her next great adventure. In this life, Peanut brought joy and laughter to so many people from her antics of begging for food like a true Dickinsian street urchin, to doing a handstand to use the bathroom. She was strong, and beautiful, with large "bat" ears that could hear anything within a block of our house (including when squirrels fart outside, we joked.) For 14 years, she protected the people she adopted, cuddling away the bad days and giving "ant-eater" like kisses until you forgot what you were mad or sad about. She was our friend and our family, and our pack (including her brother Buddy, and her sisters Marley and Sweetie) were so lost without her last night (we took turn sleeping on her favorite blanket.) It's amazing how such a small dog can leave such a big, empty, space in your heart when it's her time to go. We miss you, Peanut. We will love you always and hope you find a nice place sitting in the sunshine while you wait for us to join you.
"I have passed a mountain peak and my soul is soaring in the
Firmament of complete and unbound freedom;
I am far, far away, my companions, and the clouds are
Hiding the hills from my eyes.
The valleys are becoming flooded with an ocean of silence, and the
Hands of oblivion are engulfing the roads and the houses;
The prairies and fields are disappearing behind a white specter
That looks like the spring cloud, yellow as the candlelight
And red as the twilight.
The songs of the waves and the hymns of the streams
Are scattered, and the voices of the throngs reduced to silence;
And I can hear naught but the music of Eternity
In exact harmony with the spirit's desires.
I am cloaked in full whiteness;
I am in comfort; I am in peace. " -Khalil Gibran
Critina HummerickLexington, KentuckyJanuary 14, 2016
Ozzy Aka-ozman
5/8/2009 - 1/10/2016Ozzy was our very first encounter with Miniature Australian Shepherds. He was loud and loving and true to his name sake Ozzy Osborne!! He was our baby for almost 15yrs. Our hearts broke the day we laid him to rest in our backyard. Happy Trails Ozman, till we meet again. We love you. ❤Jodi VanDorneLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 14, 2016
11/24/1999 - 1/8/2016I adopted Mollie from the Humane Society at 6 months old. She was born there along with her siblings, all named after batman characters. Hers was Moth. That didn't seem to suit her very well, so my 12-year old daughter and I changed it to Mollie. I had never had a dog before, just cats, and I was nervous about taking on the responsibility, but my daughter reassured me that she would be responsible for the daily routine. Six years later when daughter left for college, Mollie stayed behind.
Mollie was a happy dog who loved children and females mostly. Her favorite game was catch me if you can, running around the back yard, hiding and waiting for me to get her. She loved her walks, sniffing for all the calling cards left behind in the grass and leaves. She was a little mischievous and would escape from the fenced back yard every once in a while, never going too far, but seizing the opportunity to go on a sniffing expedition of her own.
Mollie wasn't perfectly behaved in a doggie-trained sense, but in a way, I admired the innate instinct she had to be free every once in a while.
She won me over, escapes and all. She hung out in the back yard by the pool in the summertime, watching the sun go down. I floated in the pool while she kept a respectful distance. She detested water and bathing was barely tolerated. (Good odors destroyed in her mind.) We could have gone on like that forever, but life ends. She was in good health so long I thought she could go for 20 years, but 16 was all it was to be.
I was so despondent to have to let my lovely Mollie go, but now I can talk about all the good times we had and how much I loved her.
Martha FowlerCharlotte, North CarolinaJanuary 14, 2016