Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/18/2020 - 5/27/2020We love and miss you, Hannah. I hope you are running around Doggie Heaven with all your friends and making new ones. You were a part of our family that can never be replaced. Than you for being such an amazing friend and family member these past 12 years. You made us whole and we will always love you.Katie KoenigCarmel, IndianaMay 28, 2020
6/24/2006 - 5/20/2020My sweet Rocco,

You will always be remembered as the “Tough Little Frenchie” from the Bronx who stole the hearts of everyone in our family. You brought so much joy and energy into our lives and touched the hearts of everyone who met you.

You came into my life when I needed you the most. I remember the day I picked you up from the airport with Aunt Shannon. You were so tiny with gigantic ears, which you eventually grew into. You were the cutest little puppy.

We took so many trips to Naples together and you soon became a companion to Grandma Eva and Grandpa Whitey, who spoiled you rotten. Year after year you became more and more important to all of us and never gave us any trouble. You were healthy, happy, loyal and so very smart. You met the mayor of Naples at JFK airport and ran a 5K with your Poppy, who you adored. Ryan and Mason always looked forward to seeing you and loved you very much.

You will forever be missed and we will always keep you close to our hearts! Rest easy my sweet boy!
Jeanine GuadiNaples, FloridaMay 28, 2020
9/15/2009 - 5/24/2020Max, my sweet boy mommy misses you. When you could still walk you followed me everywhere and when you couldn’t you whined until I came back in the room. I keep looking for you and it crushes me that you’re not here. I know you are now pain free and happy. No more noises that scare you and all the balls you want to play with. You were with me for 10 1/2 years and that was not enough. You went through everything with me and was always willing to give me kisses. You can run again and have fun.Dana WorkmanEssex, MarylandMay 27, 2020
4/8/2008 - 5/26/2020Well, it was tough for me to say goodbye. I know you were patient with me trying to grasp and accept this. You told me. You really solidified that choice when Dr. Becky showed up. You were excited to see her. We took you under the Cherry tree, you rolled in the grass you're favorite thing to do. You were smiling. I know you knew in my heart and was happy for it. I haven't seen you that happy in a while. You slept on my side of the bed with me the night b4, which you rarely do. Now you are with your sister and hopefully you have met my other friends throughout my lifetime. I will see you again. I will miss you in the meantime.Marilyn CormierSinking Spring, PennsylvaniaMay 27, 2020
8/5/2004 - 3/24/2020It's been 2 months since we had to say goodbye to our beautiful Tinkerbell. We miss her everyday. She was the sweetest and kindest dog ever. Our dog Squishies also misses her terribly and looks for her from time to time. Unfortunately, it was time for her to rest as she had liver cancer. We love you so much and miss you everyday Tinkerbell. I hope you are having a blast in Rainbow Ridge.Eurema HernandezCamarillo, CaliforniaMay 27, 2020
Kase Mae
11/22/2005 - 5/14/2020Kase Mae
My “little puppy” .
You came into my life over 14 years ago. I remember when I first brought you home and how frightened you were at such a young age. I spent hours swaddling you, comforting you, and holding you close. I cherished the days as I watched you grow, laughed (and sometimes cried) over the shenanigans you pulled, then scoop you in my arms and reminded you every day how much I loved you.
Nothing melted my heart more than the many times you’d sit next to me and nudge my arm with your nose. I knew what you wanted so I’d put my hand down next to you and you’d slip your paw in my hand as we’d sit there holding hands for as long as you wanted.
You were my closest friend. Always by my side, followed me from room to room, kissed me goodbye when I had to leave, and greeted me with pure excitement when I came home. You never once made me feel unwanted.
You had a way of talking me out of bites of my dinner even when you had a bowl of your own food. We played ball every day and I cheered you on as you ran as fast as you could or leaped high in the air to catch it before it landed. Even in your old age when it was hard to get around your ears perked up when I held up a ball. It was time to play! And even though you could no longer run or leap in the air, I’d hold it a few feet away and toss it to you. You could still catch like a young pup and I still cheered you on.
You’d hang close basking in the sun as I worked in the yard. I often commented how you were ok with me doing all the work as you lay in the grass watching. You’d wag your tail as if to laugh at my sarcasm.
Our walk time was special- just you and I, as we’d walk through the neighborhood for as long as we wanted. In the last year our walks grew shorter as your ability to travel grew harder. A short walk across the street then back home again was as far as you could take, but it was still “just you and me” time.
I can’t put into words the loss I feel or the ache in my heart since I had to say goodbye to my “little puppy”. My love for you will always be carried deep in my heart. I want to thank you for the many years you brought me joy, made me laugh, showed what true love feels like, and where people failed- defined the true meaning of loyalty.
Enjoy the fields of heaven my little treasure. I’ll see you again someday-I love you sweet girl.
Angela HicksTroy, OhioMay 27, 2020
11/15/2008 - 5/21/2020Jazz you came into our lives almost 2 years ago after your original owner passed away from ALS. I heard you were such an amazing service dog for Dee. I was so honored to bring you to our home for your final years. I wish you could have been with us longer. We miss you so much and love you forever.Stephanie HillTampa, FloridaMay 27, 2020
5/27/2020 - 5/26/2020We put Stella to rest on Tuesday; she had been suffering from cancer since early last winter. She had a good morning running in the yard and visiting her favorite places. Sweet moments like these made it hard to believe how sick she was. She passed in peace and kindness, on a good day.Karen EngelbretsonStillwater, MinnesotaMay 27, 2020
1/28/2007 - 5/26/2020It's taken me a while to get on here to write this post because I couldn't find the words to express my sadness. I feel as though I've lost a child (I know I have friends on here that have lost a child, so I am in no means downplaying your pain) but Cheyenne was my 3rd born baby. She came during one of my hardest points in my life and seen me through many more. She's seen us through the birth of 3 of our kids, and nannied all of them, plus others. She seen me through many illnesses, surgeries, and would even warn me before I fainted with anemia all times. She slept in our bed on the lonely nights during deployments, she protected our home and babies, I've even felt like she "took" some of the illnesses from me. She always brought much comfort to me during sad times, and many laughs and happiness to anyone who needed. She got excited at the mention of names like Nana, Aunt Mina, or Ashley. She knew everyone's schedule by heart, and loved anyone with all she had to give. Today we laid our precious baby girl to rest after 13.5 years. I feel lost, I can't even explain. I laid beside her while she took her last breath, and felt such pain in my chest. My eyes burn from all tears. But I know she is in heaven, whole, happy, and in no pain. Cancer sucks! 💖 Cheyenne Marie Parker will live forever in our hearts! 💖 1.28.2007 - 5.26.2020 til we meet again baby girl! Momma loves you!Bonnie ParkerTrinity, FloridaMay 27, 2020
2/14/2009 - 5/17/2020Dude, it’s been a little over a week since we had to make the difficult decision to let you go. You are very much missed and the house is so quiet now. It’s been hard to get used to but we are making it through each day knowing you are pain free and resting comfortably again. You had so many roadblocks, health wise, in your life that you fought through and came out on the other side still wagging your tail. We had no idea when we saw you cowering in fear in your pen at the dog pound that day that you would quickly become my shadow and bring such joy to our life. You aged gracefully with all that you had been through, we aren’t even sure of how old you were. At least 11 because that’s how long you brought happiness to us for 10 of those years. We love and miss you more than we can ever express in words. Dr. Kiley Cameron was truly an angel for us. She made this process so much easier than I ever expected it to be. Dude took to her as soon as she came in our house, it was almost as if he knew she was here to help him. I just can not say enough about her and he compassion for not only helping our beloved pet but helping us, too.Angie RigsbyMechanicsville, VirginiaMay 27, 2020