Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Ruby L-t
12/9/2003 - 1/23/2016We love you more than words could ever say and we miss you and Sheba Mae terribly. Please say hi to your sis Sheba Mae and we will see you both someday!! Please have fun w/your sis until we get heaven!! We can't wait to see you both running, playing, barking and having fun together!! 🐾🐾Julie L-TLakewood Ranch, FloridaFebruary 6, 2016
4/14/2003 - 2/4/2016Rambo from the moment he entered our lives and home was pure joy. The absolute best disposition, he was just a pup full of love and grew into a big boy that just loved unconditionally. My home will never be the same...My best friend, my joy....Showed his "brother" Max the ropes and loved his Kitten brother as well....Lisa BregenzerBoca Raton, FloridaFebruary 6, 2016
6/24/2002 - 2/4/2016To most people a dog is a pet, an animal that provides enjoyment, companionship and comfort. To us Crumb was all of those things and so much more. She was family. In her eyes was a beautiful human soul. Feeling, living, and loving. Goodbye little soulmate.Sheri AlbertPembroke Pines, FloridaFebruary 6, 2016
9/3/2001 - 2/2/2016Our Dearest Spinnaker,

You entered our hearts and became family on the first day we met. Thank you for the million moments of comfort you shared and for always offering your everlasting well of forgiveness. We will miss your gentle pawing, that particular itch behind your ear, the hours of love you offered while we tickled your belly, the familiar warmth of you cuddling in so close, and your ability to steal a heart or heat whenever you wanted. We know you will share your love with a lonely Angel that needs some comfort and that you will find your special sunny place to keep warm while you watch the birdies fly in Heaven. Although we are deeply saddened, your paw prints are forever imprinted in our hearts and the many comforting thoughts of you will bring peace into our lives.

All Our Love,
Mommy, Daddy, Sister Genoa, Sabrinah, Deavon, Chelsea, Family and Friends 🐾❤🐾
Mandy & Mike McCafferyLebanon, PennsylvaniaFebruary 4, 2016
1/14/2003Dear Jett,
Your dad and I are going to miss you terribly. We cherish the 12 wonderful years you gave us of unconditional love, the constant watching over us as we slept, and you sitting by the mailbox greeting passersby. You were truly the best dog ever! You trained yourself! You never chewed, ran off, got in trouble, or stole food. You were strong- beating cancer at age 10 without even a hiccup. You were my 65 lb licking lapdog and I wouldn't have traded one moment of our time together. People would ask- W"Would you trade him for a million dollars?" I wouldn't have traded you for 100 million! You will be missed- sleeping beside me, and playing with all the people and animals you met. I hope you are playing up a storm up in doggie heaven. Enjoy your afterlife. We love you.
Sam GrayDavie, FloridaFebruary 4, 2016
Lady Ann
Lady Ann was the best dog anyone could ask for, she was my world. I've never felt so heartbroken in my life. If love could have saved you would have lived forever. Rest in Paradise princessShannon HoughtonNew Port Richey, FloridaFebruary 3, 2016
9/18/2000 - 2/2/2016Dear Harlee,

Our faithful travelling companion, walking partner, and rabbit population control expert. Despite your occasional stubbornness, insistent howling, and fondness for taking unauthorized solo jaunts, we were truly blessed to have you in our lives for 15+ years. Sharing those years with you wasn't always easy, but now that you're gone oh how we wish we could to do it all over again. The love, laughter and joy you gave to us and all those you met is immeasurable. Dear, wonderful Harlee---thank you so much for choosing us with whom to spend your life.
Tony KraljNorth Augusta, South CarolinaFebruary 3, 2016
6/17/2008 - 1/28/2016Dear Eddie,
We miss you so much! How can we possibly wake up in the morning without your help? You were the best at morning wake-up dances! The neighborhood kids will be sad when you no longer come out to show them your nice white belly, and to let them scratch it. We look for you every day in your chair where you were sentry for years. Audrey misses you, too! She just wanders around, not sure why everything has changed. We love you Eddie. And we're confident we'll see you again.
Shelly LynchBothell, WashingtonFebruary 2, 2016
8/11/2009 - 1/29/2016Bear was a light and joy to be around. He gave love so much and had so much energy, he would leap almost to my complete height when excited and he would always let you know what he wanted by using his bark-speak. He gave great hugs and he always had a beautiful baby face, even into his middle-age! :)

We will miss him dearly, our home is quieter and emptier but we were so blessed to have had him from the moment he entered this world until the moment he left. We are so happy that we chose him to be part of our family!
Deborah YacoubianHomestead, FloridaFebruary 2, 2016
1/13/2002 - 1/29/2016With deep sorrow, we said goodbye to our dear, sweet Boomer. He died peacefully, at home in my arms, knowing how much he was loved. Boomer was a remarkable dog and lived a fantastic life. We were so fortunate that he came into our lives by adoption 11 and half years ago and that he spent almost all of it as an extremely healthy and happy dog. Although he was alert and responsive, we could tell how frustrated and painful it was for him to not be able to function at his usual energetic level. Letting him go was the most painful decision we've ever made but one made a lot easier and more dignified with Dr. Brad present. Boomer was the true definition of man's/woman's best friend. He was affectionate beyond words and his favorite thing to do was simply to be anywhere close to people. Everyone knew that if you stopped petting him, you would instantly get the paw stroking you and reminding you to pay attention. We loved him so much and there is a gigantic hole in our hearts that will be very hard to heal.Jill Baren BriskinBryn Mawr, PennsylvaniaFebruary 2, 2016