Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Beanie
6/22/2005 - 1/5/2016Beans,
This quiet house will never be the same without you. You could make a bad day better by just being in our presence. You were so loved by all of us and brought our life so much joy. You can never be replaced and we will honor you for the rest of our days with stories and memories of you. We miss you so much our hearts hurt. Gone but never forgotten, you have left your paw print in our hearts forever.
Sue GallagherGlen Mills, PennsylvaniaJanuary 10, 2016
Larry
3/28/1997 - 12/27/2015It's been 11 days since Dr. Annie helped Larry find peace from his suffering. I've been in a bit of denial/avoidance since then... but as I was driving home tonight thinking about our loss... I happened upon several really funny memories of him and they made me smile. It's the future day when those thoughts of him outweigh the waves of sadness that I look forward to.

11 years ago I said goodbye to the love of my life, Twitch. I never thought I would allow myself to love an animal that much again, because losing them was far too difficult. Larry, though, wormed his way into my heart. He was lovable, docile, devious and sometimes a bit obstinate... and he was wonderful.
Jackie KaierOrlando, FloridaJanuary 9, 2016
Rocky
7/8/2003 - 1/8/2016Our big guy went to his rest just this week and the pain of our loss is still very raw.....Our big guy was a lovable bear...and very protective of the other animals in our household. ( a Siberian husky and 2 cats)...He loved the snow so much that he would ignore us when we tried to get him to come in....He also loved car rides...even if the car wasn't moving he would sit in the back seat...and of course we felt guilty and took him for a ride.....He was our boy and we loved him...he will be missed by us forever!Mary Jo GillinghamClinton Twp, MichiganJanuary 9, 2016
Keahi
1/3/2004 - 12/22/2015Saying goodbye to my sweet KeAhi was one of the hardest things I have done.
KeAhi you were such a joy and a true blessing to Evan and I. We miss you so much! We will be looking for you at the rainbow bridge. Rest in peace my pretty girl. We love you always!
Vienna, VirginiaJanuary 9, 2016
Roxy
4/28/2003 - 1/6/2016Roxy our baby girl was the kindest most loving dog that we have ever known. She was a beautiful black & white English Pointer with a kennel name of "Tiesgol Dream Come True", and she was certainly our dream come true. Roxy was always waiting for her Daddy when he came home from work and trotted out to meet me with her loving face and wagging tail. She was her Mommy's constant companion for the last 10 years, Cathy knew her every mood and they shared an inseparable bond. Roxy told us when she was feeling sick and also let us know when she was happy, she would wag her tail constantly. She got sick the same day her brother Henry died, just before Christmas, we hoped she would get over it but we knew in our hearts that she was telling us it was her time to go over the rainbow bridge to play with her Mom Jade and brother Henry. Roxy wanted for nothing and gave us everything, she was our life and she gave us so much joy throughout her happy life. She gave us her continuous affection and love and was never cross or angry, she was the perfect companion. We knew this day would eventually arrive and that we would be so sad and upset to lose her, but we have to look back over the wonderful life she shared with us and the overwhelming love we gave her and she returned to us. We have so many happy memories to look back on and I know we will be re united with her one day and until then she will run free and without pain.
Rest easy darling Roxy, you will forever be in our hearts and thoughts until we meet again,
love Andrew & Cathy King (Daddy & Mommy) XXX
Andrew KingApex, North CarolinaJanuary 9, 2016
Chip
10/29/2003 - 12/18/2015Chip was full of energy, smarts, and personality and he was "my" bud. He came with us from Spain, flying the long haul under the sit in front of us and being quiet as a mouse. He grew with a personality that wanted to take over so we had to inform him that he was not boss...and he understood it right away. We took him to obedience, agility and other classes: he picked up on things so quickly that the other dogs in the classes were left behind. But his most favorite thing in the whole wide world was to play with his beloved tennis balls. Oh my, he could be relentless and tireless! He would bring the ball to our feet--we never had to teach him how to release it and fetch: it came natural to him. Chip also loved protecting us and the house and a couple of times got in trouble for that. But he aimed to please and loved us without limitation. He followed me everywhere and in the evenings he liked to be petted and spoiled. Cancer is awful not just for humans but for dogs too and it was heartbreaking to see him go that way. I take comfort in knowing that he was a happy, cheerful dude just until after the end. I miss you terribly and can't wait to see you again!Sara Adkins-BlanchArlington, VirginiaJanuary 9, 2016
Lucky
2/1/2001 - 12/30/2015Still missing you our precious Lucky Boy.Lynn and Danny CaulderSwansea, South CarolinaJanuary 8, 2016
Sammy Boy
11/26/2004 - 1/6/2016To our dear sweet Sammy...the dog who set the bar high! ,

God only knows how you have positively impacted our lives forever!

You were truly the answer to my prayers. I, Megan, prayed for years that God would bless me with a gentle and loving dog that I could cuddle with and my prayers were completely answered 10 and 1/2 years ago. I will miss the many years of playing hide and seek, jogging every day, playing in the park, and cuddling on the couch (especially when it's cold outside). I will mostly miss your sweet kisses and looking into your beautiful brown eyes. Life at home is very empty now without you. Your daddy had so much fun getting to know you over the past 3 and1/2 years. You became his number one buddy and he will miss cuddling with you, singing songs to you to help calm you during thunderstorms and going for rides in his pickup truck. You are in our thoughts and in our hearts now and always!

We love you very much!

Love,

Your Mommy & Daddy
Megan KinserPlano, TexasJanuary 8, 2016
Izzie
5/21/2006 - 1/6/2016Just 8 short years we had Izzie with us after adopting and bringing her home. Izzie was a sweet dog and so gentle, she wouldn’t hurt a fly and was scared of her own shadow. Our home is not the same without her, but she is no longer in pain and that makes us smile. Lap of Love Dr. Courtney was amazing, she showed us compassion and empathy that made us all very comfortable. We think Izzie knew what Dr Courtney was there to do, she sniffed her bag, shoes and when it was time, she walked right over to her. I thank you so much for offering this service in our own homes, where our pets can die with dignity in their own bed. I feel good about the way Izzie took her final breath, it makes me feel at peace and that we made the right decision.Nancy ThompsonWashington, MichiganJanuary 8, 2016
Ruby
3/20/1998 - 1/3/2016She had my heart from the beginning. Ruby quickly turned into my best friend. Never growing up with animals, this was all going to be a learning experience for us. I have had her for almost half of my life! I never liked to tell anyone that she wasn't friendly. See, she was a feral cat. I got her at 6 weeks old. It has been her and I against the world ever since. She loved me so I didn't mind that she didn't like anyone else, Actually, she made me feel extra special because of that....her love was just for me. My heart will never be the same. I never knew an animal can become part of your life like that!! Ruby, I will love no other like you little mommy. Every time I came home, I had a smile because I knew I was going to see you. It won't be the same. Until we meet again over the rainbow bridge.....play nice.Amy FischerArlington Heights, IllinoisJanuary 7, 2016