Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/30/2003 - 5/18/2013In loving memory of our beautiful golden, Abby. Abby was our fur baby daughter, whom we loved immeasurably. She brought such joy to our lives. Abby was a blessing from God to us. We will cherish her memory. One day we will be reunited. Until then our sweet Abby, have fun chasing squirrels and long walks on the rainbow bridge.Minetta & Daniel SanchezKaty, TexasJune 1, 2013
6/5/1998 - 5/30/2013Pete was a friend of everyone and greeted all with a wagging tail and a winning ear-to-ear grin. His affectionate demeanor cadged almost everyone into petting him – from guests to the UPS delivery guy. Pete never seemed to care whether or not you might be afraid of big black dogs, he’d find some way to wedge his blocky head under your hand or roll onto his back at your feet for a belly rub. He knew no tricks, he couldn’t remotely grasp the concept of watch dog and he was known to keep the company of cats but he was one of the best dogs I’ve known. We’ll miss Pete.Joe & Kathy Donahue/LoganWesley Chapel, FloridaMay 31, 2013
7/27/2001 - 5/30/2013Maximus was the best dog I ever had, and probably will ever have. He was so smart and handsome and loyal. I am still in shock that he's not here with me. He had DM and could no longer move freely and so I know he's happy to be chasing squirrels again. I will miss your face, sweet boy. My heart is broken. I love you.Dana EspositoJacksonville, FloridaMay 30, 2013
11/1/2001 - 5/25/2013Maggie was my buddy and constant companion. Funny, loving and friendly, everyone who met her thought she was special. I always thought I would have many more years with this furry girl and I grieve for the time lost...She was diagnosed with a huge lung tumor after I noticed her breathing strangely. Two weeks later I had to release her. Just not enough time to say goodbye:(.Pam LittleThe Woodlands, TexasMay 30, 2013
3/15/2002 - 5/21/2013Elvis was supremely loyal, loving, and loveable. He never failed in his role as a stable influence and steadfast companion. He could look into your soul it seemed and was always quick with a wag of his bushy tail. Now go run to your heart's content. We will miss you beloved.Bruce CrowderCharlotte, North CarolinaMay 29, 2013
11/5/2000 - 5/24/2013Good bye sweet girl. I wouldn't give up on you and you held on for me to the end, ever the guardian, companion and my closest friend. Thank you for the 12.5 years of happiness and love you gave to me and our family. I still can't believe your gone...but I know I will see you on the other side...D StoneApex, North CarolinaMay 28, 2013
2/10/2004 - 5/22/2013To my little man, Tortellini. You are so greatly missed. Everywhere I look at home I expect to see you there. You were in my life for 9 wonderful years. I had hoped it would have been longer but the cancer had a different idea. Rest in peace little man and I will see you again.Cindy CraneSt. Petersburg, FloridaMay 28, 2013
1/1/2004 - 5/20/2013We still hear her little voice -- her tiny maws and then her loud, demanding meows. They are in the air. She will always be with us.MARY JO DWYERSquantum, North Quincy, MassachusettsMay 27, 2013
3/18/2004 - 5/22/2013Jade...A moment doesn't go by that your Mommy doesn't miss your great big furry babyhugs, kisses, biscuits in the morning to wake me up, sitting in the barstool enjoying your tuna on the counter.....your countless ways that you loved Mommy unconditionally. Everyone in the neighborhood misses the moments you decided to grace them with your presence when you would wander our street. You were by far the sweetest little baby boy anyone could wish for and I'd give anything to have you with me. But like I told you as I held you while you lay in your favorite spot in the grass in our garden the day will come when you will know Mommy is there, you'll run and jump in my arms and I'll hold and kiss you forever. Until then my baby boy have fun playing....I miss you every moment of every day.Susan O'ShieldsCharlotte, North CarolinaMay 26, 2013
Chester naylon
4/28/2002 - 5/25/2013If not for going to the wrong PetSmart an overweight but lovable lab would never have come into our lives ten years ago. The lab that was having trouble finding a home greeted Seanna and Janelle with such warmth and kindness that we knew we found our dog. From that first ride home where he worked his way from the back of the van to the front seat Chester was always by our side. We soon learned that Chester was part magician and to this day we still can't figure out how he got out of his cage, but we do know he did it because he thought we were leaving him. From the very first week we knew he loved us and we loved him.

The next thing we learned was that Chester liked to eat and eat and eat. No food on the counter was safe with Chester around and our Baby Sitter found out that leaving a pizza unattended for even a brief moment was not a good idea, Chester seized on the inexperience of the Baby Sitter and gobbled up that pizza before she knew what happened.

Chester was always looking out for us and we knew we were safe with our big lab listening for any strange noises during the night.

Chester loved our house and our street but somedays he decided he needed to get out and explore. We never knew when Chester would go around the corner to take a pee and then take off to another neighborhood, we would chase him but he was too fast, then 15 minutes later he would be back and give us a look like " no worries I just wanted to check out what was happening in Eagle Run".

Over the years Chester would eat toilet paper ( boy did he love toilet paper), he would eat socks, underwear, magazines and shoes but he would look at us with those big eyes and we could never get mad.

Yes, we were lucky we went to the wrong PetSmart and fate led us to Chester. We have years and years of great memories and Chester will always be with us.

Rest in peace Chester, you were a great friend and companion. You lived a good life and heaven is waiting for you.
Janet & Bill NaylonWeston, FloridaMay 26, 2013