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4/1/2014 - 5/31/2020Beautiful flat-coated retriever, so full of life, love, happiness, and the pursuit of food. She was my second dog, and my very best friend. She loved other dogs and people, she loved to chase a ball and play with her favorite Chewbacca toy. Loved the TV, her favorite movies including Old Yeller, The Shaggy Dog, and Homeward Bound. She also loved food, and will even miss the way she jumped up on me to grab anything I’m eating off my hand as well as eating anything that she could get to such as pizza, chicken, etc.
She was such a great dog and hope my next dog, although not the same, will be as great as she is.
Castaic, CaliforniaJune 7, 2020
5/1/2006 - 6/5/2020Ribbie was our beloved family pet dog and as if often seems to be the case was truly a member of the family as well. He had a wonderful easy going personality (and a ferocious appetite!) We were often asked by neighbors how Ribbie was doing and where he was (as his length of walks declined in his later years). He never barked and was good about the allowing neighborhood children pet him. He was very obedient and we could take him for walks without the need for a leash as he would never leave our side (except when he felt he had to sniff something along the way which was more often then I expected and required patience!).

He loved to snuggle and in particular snuggle on our couch in the family room. He seemed to always find a way to wedge between my wife and I (always jealous!). We always wonder who would get the "butt" end. LOL We will miss his joyous welcome every time one of us came into the house. His unconditional love and calming affect on us all will sorely be missed. He will always be in our hearts.
Peter CharetteWest Seneca, New YorkJune 7, 2020
Coco Banana’s
4/1/2006 - 6/6/2020We'll miss your tender heart and quirky personality Mr. Moritz. You were truly one of a kind to all that knew you! We are singing the song of your people, in your honor. Much love from your entire family....Zack AlsentzerCharlotte, North CarolinaJune 6, 2020
Mr. Cookie
11/11/2006 - 5/27/2020It took me a while write this memorial, lost Mr. Cookie has been one of the hardest moments in our family. Help him to cross the rainbow bridge was the most difficult decision to make, even if we knew that was the right one. We used to say that Mr. Cookie was a force of nature because that sweet, old, chubby beagle boy always got what he wanted from us. We tried to be firm and then he would come with those shinny eyes and that smiling face and we couldn't help but to do what he wanted... either another treat or keep walking under the rain or get back home after a small walk because he was hungry. He was included in all our family activities in one way or another; he truly was another family member. He changed our lifes forever and he will be always in our hearts. We loved him beyond words.Herminia GiranOcoee, FloridaJune 6, 2020
7/4/2006 - 6/4/2020Cookie was a very special girl and she will forever live in the hearts of all who knew her. We have been so blessed to have her loving companionship for almost 15yrs. She was beautiful. We raised her with our sons and she was the daughter we never had. I’m sure Cookie has found a happy place in doggy heaven, where she will join our previous dogs, Angel & Brooklyn. And where her surrogate son, Mattis, will one day join her.JAMES RAMIREZValrico, FloridaJune 6, 2020
11/7/2013 - 6/4/2020After 13 years of loyal love to our family we had to say goodbye to our beloved Olive. The past few months have been hard. Watching our pet lose her vibrancy, health, and mobility. In the end it was time to say goodbye and save her the decision because she was too brave to leave us. Our family surrounded her at the end and if tears are a measure of how much someone/something is loved its safe to say Olive was loved VERY much.
Sharman has lost her 'girl' and our family lost its one constant happy presence. We all have bad days or bad moments that the rest of the family have to dance around...Not Olive. Olive was always around with a wag of a tail, a greeting at the door, and as a shadow as we go about our days. Our pets are a constant positive in our lives and it makes them that much harder to say goodbye to when the time comes.
Olive spent her entire life watching Reece and Mikayla grow up. Her entire life devoted to our family with no real expectations in return for her love. IF you knew her, or had a pet that you have had to say goodbye to it would be nice to have you share here so we can feel some peace at this tough time.
We will all miss you Olive! I pray there is a dog heaven and you are swimming there now...chasing a stick or enjoying a treat.

With love, the McAllister family.
Robert McAllisterSEATTLE, WashingtonJune 6, 2020
6/3/2013 - 6/2/2020To Phoebe - "Pheebs", my Buddy, my Confidante, my Rescuer ~~~

I have a hole in my heart where you left: YOUR …
sweetest love, your shrill bark and your ' woo woo woo ',
your scruffiness, your heart of a lion,
your always wanting to be close,
your live to walk and eat cookies ~ ….SELF

Happy Trails My Baby Girl XOXOXO
Amy GregorasAtlanta, GeorgiaJune 5, 2020
7/28/2007 - 7/28/2019To our little peanut, our always "pitten", our sweet Angel (Sunshine) 🌈 Thank you for blessing our lives for the 12 years we were yours & for the joy you brought into them. While we thought your weight loss, inappetence, & general health decline was related to possible IBD or Lymphoma, maybe something we could treat, we weren't prepared to learn that you had the "wet" form of FIP 💔 To say that we were shocked is an understatement. We wish we could have had more time with you, but knew things were advancing quickly & were only going to continue to go downhill. You were so brave the last few weeks with us, but had endured enough. There was only one gift left we could give you, the gift of freedom from a body that was failing. Rest well now, our precious Angel, our always pitten. We miss & love you always.Patty LaQuayMonroe, North CarolinaJune 5, 2020
12/27/2007 - 6/3/2020Zona Bona was the sweetest pup we could ever ask for. From the first night I met my husband, Zona was there to rope me in with her big kisses and wagging tail. She was there for every high and ever low, and I really don't think we could have gotten through our worst day without her love.

We had two dogs for the last 6 years and although people were nervous about Zona when we went on walks because she is a pit bull, as soon as they would approach us they realized she was the sweetest and it was the doxin whose intimidating.

Zona never realized her size and constantly thought she was a lap dog. One night she refused to accept she wasn't a lap dog and sat right on top of me all night. I couldn't stop laughing so I just let her continue to sit there.

Zona will hold a special place in our hearts forever! We didn't deserve her but were so lucky to have had the time with her. See you on the other side of the rainbow bridge Zona Bona!
Cori WeltyTampa, FloridaJune 5, 2020
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