Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
8/20/1997 - 8/29/2013Patchy you will be sooo missed. You were our protector, therapist, nanny and best friend. Always happy to see us no matter the mood we were in. 100 years wouldn't have been enough time with you. Rest in peace my friend and I'll see you some day on the other side.Connie GeigerWesley Chapel, FloridaAugust 30, 2013
9/1/2000 - 8/27/2013Maddie, You are always in our heart. We miss you terribly. Mommy and DaddySue NussNewtown Square, PennsylvaniaAugust 29, 2013
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7/3/1997 - 8/28/2013Simon was the love of my life. He would always be waiting for me at the back door with his love and kisses.. Simon was the best friend a single gal could ask for. You will be forever missed and never ever forgotten.. I Love you my Bud-Bud. Your forever in my thoughts, Love Mommy XXOOStacey BencicLynn, MassachusettsAugust 29, 2013
8/25/2013We shared a final, tearful goodbye with our beloved little girl on August 25, 2013. Maggie was diagnosed with metastatic cancer just over a year ago. The disease took its toll on her body, but it couldn’t break her mind or her spirit. She will be remembered always for her fierce loyalty, determination, and unconditional love. Maggie loved going for rides in the car, chasing critters in the backyard, taking naps on the sofa, and hiding her bones in the most peculiar places. She took her role as protector very seriously… we are almost certain she could hear a UPS truck from a mile away! Thank you, Magpie, for giving us so much love, happiness, and laughter. We feel so incredibly fortunate to have been blessed with your companionship for so many years. We will never forget you. You will live forever in our hearts and our memories. Rest in peace little monkey.Natalie and BrianKnightdale, North CarolinaAugust 27, 2013
7/26/2013Miss you, Jay. Keep a check on the fence line for us. Later, Jay.Charlotte, North CarolinaAugust 27, 2013
8/16/2013Chance you were perfect in every way.You were with me over 15 years,100 years would have never been enough.I love and miss you so vey much.Good bye came far too soon. Our paths shall cross again.Donna RatliffThonotosassa, FloridaAugust 26, 2013
2/2/2000 - 8/6/2013Nunya, you are very missed. You were a part of our family for so long, and we think of you every day. We are so grateful for the years we had together.Alison LoughlinThe Woodlands, TexasAugust 26, 2013
8/23/2013We miss you so much little one!Ardie HollifieldBurke, VirginiaAugust 25, 2013
12/2/1997 - 8/22/2013We had a great 14 & a half years... We miss your company, your unconditional love & our kitchen clean up!Jacksonville, FloridaAugust 25, 2013
11/5/2001 - 7/27/2013Blessed are those who knew the love of my sweet Maggie. Maggie was born on November 5th, 2001 in Asheboro, North Carolina. She was an enthusiastic dog, full of human-like personality, who enjoyed a happy life surrounded by many friends and family who loved and spoiled her as much as she did them. Counting licks was at times a competition to see who she loved more! She had the ability to show compassion in times of need and brought joy into our lives on daily basis. She learned to say “I love you” and even when I asked “who’s your Mommy!?” she answered me with a loud bark! She was great at high fives and even high tens. In fact, she could really jump high, especially if the reward was a stick or a tasty treat. Other favorite pastimes of Maggie’s were snuggling with her Leroy Bunny (who was the only stuffed animal she didn’t chew up!), going for car rides with the windows all the way down, helping Mommy keep the kitchen floor clean- when I said “oops!” it was her clue to turn on her doggy vacuum, swimming in the lake or ocean, catching buggies who dare come near her, going for long walks and runs, visiting the horses down the country road, exploring nature and the mountains, playing fetch with a ball- especially a squeaky one, cuddling on the couch with Mommy, MooMoo sandwiches, laying in the warmth of the sunlight coming through a window, capturing & shaking balloons, licking the remains from a peanut butter jar (even if it meant getting her nose stuck inside!), ear & belly rubs, and who could forget by far one of her most favorites----> opening Christmas presents! Yes- she was quite the talented dog!

My Maggie Moo’s always had the curiosity of a cat, from 8 weeks old and drinking water out from under the Christmas tree through the final days of her life when she decided even with painful legs (from bone cancer) that she would wander off around the neighborhood to give her Mommy quite the scare. She was “my favorite” and one of the best dogs ever, even despite her love of nature and not listening once the call of the wild called to her! Yes, she loved being outside, which is why there was no question about where to let her take the final breaths of life. We laid Maggie to rest out back behind our house while she was surrounded by her Mommy, Daddy, loving friends and favorite pet sitter. I’m so thankful for Dana at Lap of Love; I couldn’t imagine having said goodbye to my precious girl any other way. And most importantly, Maggie wouldn’t have either and that is how she knew we loved her to the very end.

Memories of my sweet Mags will be cherished forever and she will always live in my heart until that glorious day when I will get to hug her again on the Rainbow Bridge. I love you bubba and think about you every day. You truly are my favorite! 
Megan TrivetteRaleigh, North CarolinaAugust 24, 2013