Pet Memorials
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Daisy
1/24/2021RIP Sweet Daisy Dog. We will miss you and keep you in our hearts forever.Michelle TaftVancouver, WashingtonJanuary 27, 2021
Jack
7/4/2005 - 1/25/2021Jack was loved deeply by his family. He was a feisty, strong and athletic dog. He lived for 15-1/2 years with about 13 of them very healthy. Jack loved his family. Family friends and relatives all loved him too. He will be missed and always remembered.Bill GDiamond Bar, CaliforniaJanuary 27, 2021
Snow
1/1/2014 - 1/24/2021Snow was a very interesting dog. He wasn’t much for fetching, he wasn’t much for barking, he wasn’t even really into playing with dog toys ( he destroyed them but very rarely played with them). He was very into talking and expressing his feelings on a situation, he was very into eating dinner with me and of course, he was REALLY into exercising (running and wrestling). I’m not quite convinced, even to this day, he was a dog at all because he never acted like one. He got frustrated at all the thing I got frustrated at wether it was tv or math homework. He always wanted to eat dinner with me at the table just to make sure I finished my plate. He always got so excited to wrestle but would check every once in a while to make sure I was okay before he continued. Now days I get frustrated and vocal about a tv series or movie I’m watching and he’s no longer there talking and expressing frustration at the tv with me. I eat dinner in bed or at the dinner table and he is no longer there to make sure I finish the plate and I don’t make a mess on the floor. I go outside for exercise or just a casual walk and feel like a small piece of me is missing at all times kind of like the sensation of forgetting something. He left an impact on my life I previously would not have thought possible by a dog. Again maybe he wasn’t a dog at all, just my best friend who always knew how to make me smile. The grieving for Snow will fade in time but the love and happiness he gave me will last a life time. I love you Snow, you’ll always be my good boy.Nicholas SalazarNorth Richland Hills, TexasJanuary 27, 2021
Morsel
1/5/2017 - 1/23/2021He was loved!Jason BrownMentone, CaliforniaJanuary 27, 2021
Ninja Bear
9/19/2009 - 1/21/2021Ninja Bear:

You are the BEST thing that EVER happened to me.
To say you changed me for the better would be a gross understatement, and I am forever grateful for all of the joy, laughs and healing you brought to not just me, but so many, worldwide.
You are a powerful being, that was trapped in a tiny dog body, and now you are free. Our souls are forever intertwined, and I anxiously await the day we meet again.
Thank you so much for loving me, and allowing me to be yours❤️
Sari AsahiHouston, TexasJanuary 27, 2021
Nina
5/31/2006 - 1/21/2021OH my Nina bear. She was such a great best friend. Where I went Nina would go as well. Although she always hated the destination. (Unless we were in the starbucks line) She would knock out and enjoy the ride home. I took Nina many places throughout the years. She witnessed high school graduation, BBA and MBA. She was always there to keep me company and very assertive. She was sure to let me know when she was ready to go outside and time for me to get up or when she was hungry. She was my daily sous chef and always stepping over each other while cooking. I always knew I was safe having her with me. She would bark when anyone was near our door. For a period of time she had separation issues I would get weekly emails she was barking non stop and I needed to do something about it while I was at work. I would have to chime in on her through Alexa and then rush home. April 2019 we bought our first townhome together and she got her very own backyard and she could bark as much as her little heart desired. She was so SMART. You could not fool her one bit. I miss our daily routines. For the past year everyday I would give her "free" rides up and down the stairs. Every night I feel like something is missing when I head upstairs. I would try to make sure I had everything in my hands so I wouldn't have to make another trip down. Nina check, water check, phone check. Feeding her daily with her special little clear cup. She would always try to trick me into giving her more. Now I wished I had. My heart is broken knowing I can never have what once was. Letting her go has been one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. I never imagined a life without her. She was my old lady "Viejita" and best friend. She was the best protector a single gal could ever ask for. She was with me through my 20s and kept ALL my secrets. Going home to my parents and visiting friends will feel so different without her in the passenger seat. I wish I could have one more day with her. I miss her smell, waking me up at night, our fights with each other. I will miss her forever. She taught me how to be patient, and that being angry for something so small is unnecessary and to forgive quickly. I still cant believe she's gone but the quietness and empty beds in my home reminds me she will live in my heart from now on. I will love her forever and always. Until we meet again my baby girl.Ashley LariosSpring, TexasJanuary 26, 2021
Rudy
8/18/2012 - 1/22/2021Rudy, oh our sweet boy Rudy.
Thank you for waiting for us at the shelter 8 yrs ago. The moment we saw you in that cage we knew fate had brought us together. You stole our hearts, it was love at first site, and you would never be in a cage again. Ever.

You were so handsome, so smart and so willing to please. You loved (obsessed with) chasing the tennis ball and it never grew old. You loved being free to run outside, take out the trash, fetch the paper, shop at the hardware store, and terrified when it thundered. Every morning you came into our room, waited patiently for us to awake, then greeted us like it was the best day of our lives. And it was.

Getting liver cancer at 9 yrs old was devastating news. We cried when you weren't looking and cared for you for months - until your last breath. Our hearts are broken and we miss you so much. The "Rudy on Duty" sign will stay up forever. And when it thunders in heaven, Grammy will be there to protect you.

Love,
Mom and Dad
Jeff EberhartSouthlake, TexasJanuary 26, 2021
Brewer
5/25/2004 - 1/21/2021For more than sixteen years, this cat has been my man. He’s slept on my head and meowed me awake on the weekends I’ve wanted to sleep late. He’s snuggled with me when I lived alone, and also when I didn’t. He’s made me laugh with his escapes and antics. He’s defied all cat odds by stealing the hearts of even the staunchest cat-haters and skeptics.

Brewer was a true cat of the people, and his personality and presence will be forever felt and deeply missed!
Kourtney ThomasDenver, ColoradoJanuary 26, 2021
Piper
1/11/2009 - 1/24/2021To My Beautiful Girl Piper –

I want to let you know I loved you more than anything in this world. You were my ride or die, the Thelma to my Louise and the greatest friend I have ever had. You were there for me during some of my hardest days and we forged a bond that can never be replaced. The hardest thing I have ever had to do was hold your beautiful face in my hands while you slipped away. Thank you for always being there for me, fighting through your inevitable aging and staying with me for as long as you could. I will never forget you and will fight to hold on to all the memories we made together. I look forward to the day when we meet again and I get to watch you chase squirrels, run after frisbees and have you tell me to go to bed. I hope I gave you the life you deserved. You were the best and will always be in my heart.

Love your BFF,
Corrie
Corrine StoltzfusST PETERSBURG, FloridaJanuary 26, 2021
Bo "Boss"
10/13/2021 - 1/23/2021Bo was not the average pitbull. He was a land seal, a friendly baby hippo. He was the "big" dog everyone was scared of until they realized he was friendly. He was the dog that friends of ours would bring people to meet because if you were scared of pitbulls or big dogs he was the one that would change your mind. Even our landlord at the time helped us to keep him when the home owners insurance said NO. We had him for 11 beautiful years. He was truly man's best friend, but he was more like a child. He was goofy, clumsy, a brute even! BUT HE NEVER jumped on a child or an elderly person. He knew his strength and who could and could not play rough with. I love him so much still. I love you forever my sweet boy!Stephanie & Anthony LoucasKissimmee, FloridaJanuary 26, 2021
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