Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/3/1999 - 8/30/2014You bounded into our hearts at 8 weeks old and became such an important member of our family. You sailed through Puppy Kindergarten and somehow knew you could sleep on the kids beds without ever trying to get onto any other furniture in the house. Your boundless happiness & smiling face welcomed family & friends by hugging them between their legs from either the front or the back. It was your way of saying, "Hey I'm down here!". It always worked too didn't it? You were there through thunderstorms & teen adolescence, the first day of kindergarten and at the high school & college graduation parties -- always happy to be wherever your family was. You traveled many miles with us as a wonderful companion. It was a gift that you were with us 15 years ... We will keep the wonderful memories of you in our hearts forever...Linda & Craig NowickeTampa, FloridaSeptember 5, 2014
9/9/2003 - 9/2/2014Ludo 9/9/03-9/2/14
For the last 11 years I was blessed to get to share nearly every hour of my life with the best dog I could ask for. His eyes always watching out for me, making me laugh, & giving me unconditional love until his last breath. He was my protector & best friend, a one in a million dog. Ludo, you will be in my heart forever.
Mailani DeYoungHuntington Beach, CaliforniaSeptember 4, 2014
1/11/1999 - 8/29/2014My dear Berkeley,
You know I always said God made you for me. That must be why He gave us 15 1/2 wonderful years together. You were everything I ever wanted in a dog and more. You were silly, goofy and had a great sense of humor. You were full of love for every person you met. You were my girl, my first dog as an adult, my companion, my love... and I will cherish every memory of you forever. Thank you for every moment we had together. You live forever in my heart.
Jen DavenportSimi Valley, CaliforniaSeptember 4, 2014
2/25/2012 - 9/3/2014Our dear Cody Boy...Our hearts are so empty without you here with us. Last night was our first night without you and it was so very painful to get through. This morning I came down the stairs only to find emptiness and no sign of your sweet self. I collapsed in tears knowing that I will never get to hug you again. Thank you for letting us love you, dear boy. Forever in our hearts.Patti BolioCary, North CarolinaSeptember 4, 2014
Chandler Bing
8/31/2014In loving memory of Chandler, a 14 year old Chow/Shepherd mix from Warrenville, SC. He joined his family 14 years ago from the local ASPCA when they were in search of a family dog. The ASPCA had officially named him Chandler Bing. Can you guess after what famous TV Show? That’s right! “Friends”. The family shortened his name to “Chandler”; it was much easier to call out. Chandler was a great puppy, he loved living outdoors and lucky for him he had a great backyard to explore. He never even tried to come into the house, even when they went to the lake he did not try to come into the lake house. He loved his job of protecting the yard and guarding the fence. He would always bark if someone was coming up the driveway or at the door. He was a gentle giant that was great with the grandkids, other dogs and even cats. He had several shade spots around the yard strategically positioned under beautiful bushes. His favorite food was “leftovers”, he loved to play fetch but he did not return, and he loved to play in the snow. His favorite toy was a Kong stuffed with a treat. As the years wore on, Chandler’s body just started to deteriorate compromising his quality of life, but Chandler still enjoyed guarding the fence. When it was time, he had London broil leftovers, took a tour of the yard and settled into one of his shade spots. When he was ready to get his angel wings his entire family surrounded him on the back deck overlooking his beautiful yard and set him free. Chandler was able to enter the Rainbow Bridge with the love of his family by his side where he can continue to stand guard over them until he can reunite with them again. RIP Chandler!Johnna GregoryWarrenville, South CarolinaSeptember 3, 2014
Sir Murphy's First Boy Scout
2/28/2014 - 8/29/2014I love you Scout. I know that you loved me too. It showed in your eyes, your smile and every move you made. You are my best friend and I miss you so much.Saundra LovingSpring, TexasSeptember 2, 2014
2/5/2001 - 8/31/2014Cookie was the best dog and is missed terribly. For 13 1/2 years she has been the baby of this family and the house is not the same. Very often she was the glue that held things together. We could always find love and happiness through her.
Rest in Peace, Cookie. Love Forever <3
Gail DeaconBoynton Beach, FloridaSeptember 2, 2014
2/2/1998 - 8/15/2014Dear Bree, for sixteen years you brightened our home and were a constant reminder of what matters most in life. Not having you with us has left a tremendous void in our lives, and we wish we could have another sixteen years with you.
We are forever grateful that you chose us to be your forever family.
We will love you always
Scott & Satyavati BornholzRoxboro, North CarolinaSeptember 2, 2014
8/31/2014You have been my best friend and protector. What a journey you and I have had over the past 12 years, you will always be in my heart, RIP Bailey, His buddies, Norman, Coco, Squirt, Oscar and Bennie will miss there pack buddy.Edwina Battyzephyrhills, FloridaSeptember 1, 2014
11/12/1998 - 8/29/2014My sweet Abby was 8 weeks old when we got her from the shelter. She has been by my side for 16 years. She loved catching her frisbee and swimming in our pool. She used to jump over 4 foot walls to catch her frisbee. Abby never was sick a day in her life until the last two years on and off I have nursed her back to health until there was nothin more I could do but keep her comfortable with pain meds. She had a wonderful life and she lived like a queen. I am so fortunate I was able to give her such a great life. I will never ever forget you my wonderful girl. I love you forever!Donna FerruzzaChapel hill, North CarolinaAugust 31, 2014