Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/5/2003 - 9/14/2020Your spirit will always be with us sweet girl.Julie IratoMequon, WisconsinSeptember 16, 2020
1/1/2004 - 9/15/2020I don't think words exist to describe the love, devotion, and happiness Bosco has given me. He's brought smiles to the faces of countless friends, family, and perfect strangers. Oftentimes people would remember Bosco's name, but not quite remember mine- which was ok by me. He lived life to the fullest and I cherish every day spent together. My heart is broken. The only solace I have is the immeasurable joy he's given me over the years and the memories we shared. I love you my sweet boy.David JacksonSevierville, TennesseeSeptember 16, 2020
9/12/2020Louie was the goodest boy out there and was the best big brother to his puppy sister, Ginger. He was his momma's shadow and would follow me around the house, even if it was just to the bathroom.
Louie's goofy smile, long ears and droopy jowls would make everyone smile around him. He was the sweetest boy and would always take treats so lovingly out of your hand.

While 2020 is not how many people thought it would be, it gave us so much quality time to spend at home just being together.

"how lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard"

Rest Easy, Sweet Lou Beans
Erica BrandonWhite Oak, PennsylvaniaSeptember 16, 2020
Bailey "Beebop"
3/19/2013 - 9/15/2020Dear Bailey,
From the moment you came into our lives you have made it an adventure! We were not sure we could handle such a fun loving, spunky, and bossy babe, but you sure made it easy! You were only with us for four short years, but Daddy and I can testify they were the best four years our lives! You taught us so much and were the center of our universe. We will miss you each and everyday! We want to thank you for teaching your new sister all her good and bad traits before you left us! She is sad without you and will miss you dearly. I hope you are having a blast in Heaven with Great Grandma and Grandpa and Great Uncle and Aunt Hirsch. They are going to love on you way more than we ever could! And, don't forget to have Great Granny hand feed you the way I did! We love you sweet BeeBop! Until we meet again, may God hold you in the Palm of his hand...
Jennifer TothFort Myers, FloridaSeptember 16, 2020
10/31/2006 - 9/14/2020Winnie you came into our life as a bundle of energy where the other dogs at the time looked at me as if what did I do? But you settled into the most easily pleased girl. All you wanted out of life was two meals a day, a walk or two each day, and a dentalstix each night. Food was your true drive so when you stopped coming in at meal time and didn't look for your dental stix at 5 pm on the dot this past weekend I knew your time had come. It was hard to see you struggle this past weekend but now at least you can rejoin Wilma who was your constant companion for the last thirteen years who we lost exactly four weeks ago.Peter McDonnellCarle Place, New YorkSeptember 16, 2020
2/24/2001 - 9/9/2020My sweet handsome Suki, you will be missed so much. You brought so much love into our lives & I truly believe you were my kitty angel. I can see you running through green pastures chasing butterflies with your sweet brother Nieko. Your spirit will always be in my heart until we meet again. We Love you so much Suki.💞Rebeca GarciaOrlando, FloridaSeptember 16, 2020
11/20/2008 - 9/12/2020My sweet boy Jasper was the heart and soul of our home. He will be forever missed. My heart hurts terribly but I know I will see him again someday and when that day comes he will be whole and healed. Lap of Love, and specifically Dr. Lisa Rodin made the experience of saying goodbye so calm and peaceful. I never would have believed it was possible. My sweet boys passing was the heartbreaking but it was also peaceful. Dr. Rodin showed me and Jasper so much compassion and respect in this difficult time and I will be forever grateful to her for this. After my boy has passed Dr. Rodin treated his body with respect as she wrapped him in a soft fleece blanket. She did not cover his head and she let me spend as much time as I needed with him. Rest In Peace my sweet, gentle boy. I love you so much.Whitney MeyersMoore, OklahomaSeptember 16, 2020
1/23/2007 - 9/14/2020Ollie Pop, my dude-o. You were the best gift I could have ever gotten. Five years with you, my grumpy old man, were the best years for both of us. You’re joyous character, silly nature, and grumpy attitude made you an my favorite part of everyday. I’ll cherish every moment I had with you and probably spend a long time blowing out candles and wishing for more. I love you with all of my fibers and will miss you forever. I hope you’re on a big fluffy couch, Puppy Wuppy.Phoenix, ArizonaSeptember 16, 2020
Daisy Rose
6/27/2020 - 9/13/2020It's hard to believe that a member of our family is no longer with us. She's been with us the past 15 years and was the perfect dog to help turn our new house into a home. Daisy was a special dog. She was always so well-behaved and loved to just do her own thing and relax. Even if she wasn't a huge fan of snuggling, she definitely let us know how much she loved us. She was protective and always loved to be around us, even if It was just by being in the same room. We're gonna miss giving her pizza crust, bananas, popcorn, and apples as we sit on the couch. We’re gonna miss watching her spin around and around when she got excited, which is why she has the nickname Spinner. We’re gonna miss her cute, little, puppy-like face. She always looked like a baby and she will always be that to us. The house is not the same without her, but we know she will always be with us, and we find comfort in knowing that she is watching over us. We love you so much Daisy and will all see you again one day!The Restaino FamilyTampa, FloridaSeptember 15, 2020
5/25/2007 - 9/14/2020Elliott you will always be our greatest treasure and the best comfort we have ever known in our lives. You were born deaf and had epilepsy your entire life, which always made you extra special and so protected. How we loved to care for such a trusting soul. You developed a lot of medical problems along the way yet faced every one with such courage and acceptance, something most humans couldn't do. It didn't seem possible, but then fate handed you cancer, too. Despite that, you continued to be a gentle warrior. You were so kind, sweet, and friendly to all of your medical teams. Everyone who met you loved you. But most of all you were loved beyond measure by your family and I know that you loved us even more. The void you leave behind is insurmountable, but your legacy will always be joy, not sadness. In time, I know that your memories will bring warmth and happiness. Until we meet again, my love, you will remain in our hearts. We will love and miss you forever our beloved Elliott.Barbara PostolPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaSeptember 15, 2020