Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
11/9/2009 - 2/9/2020Cella girl we miss you so much. I feel you around me and often think I hear your footsteps in the kitchen. I know that you can walk again and that you are in the loving arms of our heavenly family. I hope you have met Zach and are playing with him all over a big field!!! This was the hardest decision I ever had to make and I hope you know how much we all love you!!!! Our home will never be the same. Thank you for being a part of our lives for 10 years and for giving us so much loyalty and love. We love you forever Cella!Kristen LombardoShirley, New YorkFebruary 14, 2020
8/12/2003 - 1/26/2020We love you more than words can say. You can never be replaced. You were the pup that just wanted to be loved. You had every quality that a family could want in a dog. You were loving and smart. You were an excellent cuddler. You had sad little puppy eyes and knew exactly how to use them. The list goes on and on. We loved coming home to that little rrrwooOo bark you let out and the tail wagging just for us. On a long day, coming home to you were equivalent to heaven on earth. You had many hobbies... some include going on long walks and sniffing literally anything and everything. And right when we thought you were done, you would do the run through again, just to make sure you didn't miss anything. One of your favorite hobbies was to bark to be let out, because you knew a cookie awaits on the other side of the door. You knew exactly how to work us and we fell for it every time. Just having you here with us was a comfort and a blessing. You brought us so many happy memories and we will love you forever. You will always be our puppy boy.Anthony VigilottiWest Babylon, New YorkFebruary 14, 2020
11/26/2006 - 10/4/2017Sometimes she would come into the room, lick the bedsheets until you couldn’t tell the difference from it and the Titanic, then she’d get up and leave.Kristen, Alyssa and Leah HazelBurlington, New JerseyFebruary 13, 2020
2/12/2020We love and miss you, Micah, very much. You were so loved and admired. Thank you for loving us, and letting us love you. I will never meet someone who loves smashing heads as much as you. lol. You brought a lot of laughter and hope to our family. We will always be glad we had you for the short time we did. May you finally rest in peace, and I am sorry we could not do more. We love you to many kitty moons and back.
Mom, Dad, Bahati, Smacks, Sophie Bug and Tony Bear :(
Marilyn and Don Castlemanfremont, CaliforniaFebruary 13, 2020
4/17/2020 - 2/13/2020I'm Sorry buddy I let you down...I wish I stayed at home instead of going to school.Christelle BekkerSchoemansville, FloridaFebruary 13, 2020
6/19/2008 - 2/10/2020Cooper was so special, not only to us but to everyone who was lucky enough to meet and know him. He was the strongest, bravest and most caring boy in the world. He was a gentle giant who loved life and everyone around him. He brought us so much happiness and peace. He will be truly missed and has left a hole in our hearts that we will forever feel. But, we will continue to remember him and cherish the amazing memories he gave us. We love you Coopy xoxoxoxoDel & Sandy KreznorCape Coral, FloridaFebruary 13, 2020
11/24/2002 - 2/10/2020I had to say goodbye to my baby girl, my first fur baby, and she was my only baby for a long time. She was old, frail and her body I believe was finally shutting down. She had 17 beautiful years with me, 13 with my husband, 8 with our oldest son, 4 with our youngest son, and 8 with her fur brother. She was loved by many over the years and will truly be missed. I knew it was time but I wasn't sure how bad it would hurt. It sucks. I know she's in good company. I'm sure she has found the best sunny spot and is running around chasing lizards with all her fur friends!

“The risk of love is loss and the price of loss is grief. But the pain of grief is only a shadow when compared with the pain of never risking love.”
- Hilary Stanton Zunin -
Clermont, FloridaFebruary 13, 2020
9/17/2008 - 2/10/2020Baron came into our life as a shelter rescue. As soon as I approached his pen at the shelter, he stood up, looked at me and said, "Mom, what took you so long, I've been here waiting for you." Honestly, that's what he said and only other pet lovers will understand that our beloved pets indeed speak to us if only we listen with our eyes and our hearts.

He'd had a rough beginning to his life and had been severely injured but never was anything but warm and loving to any human he met. He particularly loved small children coming up and patting him on his silky black head, and he patiently sat and let them. He wasn't crazy about cats though.... His first pal in the dog park was a Rhodesian Ridgeback and they'd run and chase each other around scaring the bejeezus out of the other dogs and owners but only paying attention to each other.

At night, when we went upstairs to bed, he'd rest at the top of the stairs and let us know we could sleep in peace and he wouldn't let any bad guys past him. Our hero! When we sat out in the patio drinking our morning coffee, he'd sit on his rug at our feet and just enjoy the start of another beautiful day in Las Vegas. His daily pal, the hummingbird, would fly over, hover right in front of his face and say Hi! He loved it and never moved a muscle to scare the tiny visitor..... did I mention he didn't like cats though? Guess that's why the birds all felt safe around him.

There are so many memories that we have and will always treasure of this magnificent creature and his unconditional devotion and loyalty, I just have to end with a saying someone told me about life with a dog - "Between the first hello and the last goodbye is just so much love." I have to end now, I'm crying too much to see the keys. God Bless you Baron, run free, we'll meet again someday.
Joanne and Dominick CosimanoHenderson, NevadaFebruary 13, 2020
10/1/2009 - 2/11/2020Loki was a loving, walking Teddy-Bear! He was larger than life and filled our hearts with love and joy. He will be missed more than we can say and had a profound impact on our lives. His Dad took amazing care of him, walking him twice a day and Ben and Gaby also gave him great love and care. Mom gave him hugs and homemade food (and Dad cooked sometimes too). Loki lived 11.4 years and was such a big presence in our lives. You couldn't walk down a city street without folks wanting to take his picture. He loved to go in the mud and swim in the lake. He could eat quite a bit, 6-8 cups of food per day plus some. He loved ice cream too!Susan FranchiArlington, MassachusettsFebruary 12, 2020
2/10/2020God sent her to us when we needed her most... and when she needed us most... the loss of her is incredibly hard, but we’re thankful she is no longer in pain💙💙💙Barbara HawkinsOrem, UtahFebruary 12, 2020