Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/25/2002 - 2/6/2017A little too heartbroken to write much right now.Ken GarciaAnaheim Hills, CaliforniaFebruary 7, 2017
Butch Cassidy
6/18/2008 - 2/6/2017ALL dogs go to heaven! With a love so pure and unconditional, there is no doubt that it is one of God's most perfect creations. They show us what it means to really love. I thank God for the short time I was blessed to have you in my life and I ask Jesus to please stay by my side as I try to get through this. As I sit here at my desk writing this, I am waiting for you to come in and nudge me with your nose. You would put your face in my hands and I would just treasure your sweet breath. When I would stop for a moment, you would pull on me with your paw. I never let the work get in the way because I just wanted you by my side. My shoes haven't moved. I wish you would hide them for me. I am staying close on the pillows with Sundance. They say animals handle this better than humans, but he is so lost without you. He carried his leash home on our walk and was looking around for you the entire time. He didn't even want to eat, which we know is a real sign of his loss because he wouldn't miss a snack or meal for anything!! I hope that "your kids" and I will be able to help him through this. It was always Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid. Two little outlaws digging holes to China as pups and growing up to steal the hearts of everyone they met. Dr. Herbold's team will always remember our grand entrance..... we had to go in big with guns blazing!! You were a gentle and kind soul. You would stare right at me and tilt your head to let me know you were listening. If you had a question you would shift those eyebrows. I do believe we were in deep conversation. My love is also revealed by the pictures on my phone.....the kids want to know why there are more pictures of the dogs than them......they laugh because their phones are overloaded with the outlaws too. I will always chuckle when I see the sign on my kitchen door, "Love is Being Owned By A Golden Retriever". You and Sunny definitely own me.

I also want to thank God for sending a special angel to us in Dr. Heather. From the moment she came into our home she touched our souls. I'm glad she got to meet you before your illness took over. She got to see what a sweet boy you were and she even let Sunny intrude... he can be kind of pushy, but we love that about him. We were all safe in her hands as she took away your pain. You were so beautiful. She tucked you in and placed my special cross with you as you left our world. Dr. Heather is an extraordinarily special woman and she is doing God's work here on earth. We will forever be grateful.

Look for Jesse James at the bridge, he looks just like Sunny.....he will care for you until we meet again. You have taken a big piece of my heart with you and I will be changed forever for having you in my life. Run my boy and catch the wind.
Patricia CusumanoDeer Park, New YorkFebruary 7, 2017
7/1/2002 - 1/28/2017TY was my best Friend. Always there to comfort. Letting here go was one of the hardest things to do in my life. I will always miss you Ty. Always in my heart. Love you puppy. PatPatrick HohnerTroy, MichiganFebruary 6, 2017
2/4/2017 - 2/1/2017Dear Gabby, We always joked that you hit the jack pot being adopted by our family. We spoiled you rotten, and we'd like to think that you had the most wonderful and comfortable life. You had everything you could possibly need and more—constant love and attention, a full bowl, your pick of countless comfy dog beds to lie on (or the couch if you preferred), a big yard to roam around, two doggy sisters to play with, an endless supply of treats and chewies, and a family who loved you unconditionally. The truth is though, that we're the lucky ones. We were blessed with almost 12 beautiful years with you, and you were such a bright spot in all of our lives. Most importantly, you taught us the importance and joy of adopting animals in need. You can take comfort knowing that you will save many more animals' lives because we will always adopt our pets because of you. Thank you Gabby for being our best friend. We will always love you and hope you're resting well in Heaven. XoxoxoAshley YoungRichmond, VirginiaFebruary 6, 2017
Giselle Aka Poof
3/1/2001 - 2/4/2017Thank you for your sacrifice to service, for allowing us to grow as a family, and accompanying me on this immense journey these last 16 years. You were flexible through two dozen moves, and a myriad of job and relationship changes, offering stability in the midst. You were calm in car rides, bath time and vet visits. You improved in the acceptance of others, but to my delight, continued to express your favoritism of me. You have been my constant companion - alerting me to danger, nurturing me in sorrow, sharing in the grace of spirit, and affording me joy. You have taught me the value of patience, stillness and peace, and appreciating presence - finding miracles in the everyday. You helped me to discover and reveal myself, going with the flow when your nick names changed from Fatty Angel to Chairman Meow to Pud to Meerfest to Poof. Whatever name I gave, you understood the song my heart sang. You would come when called. You showed me the unconditional nature of LOVE. You are my dear, dear friend. And I will miss you immensely, though I am aware we both know where to find the other. You are a blessing. And blessings shall follow blessings.Veronika RoweColumbus, OhioFebruary 6, 2017
4/18/2003 - 2/4/2017The angels must surely be singing upon Deago's arrival into heaven. He was the kindest, most gentle soul and had love in his heart for all (except really small dogs - he basically ignored their existence). He was full of life even after being diagnosed with 2 forms of cancer. He sure showed the doctors up outliving their diagnosis by 4 months! We will miss his persistence. He always told us what he wanted with his eyes and head movement - no over here mommy, the treats are over here! No over here mommy, the ice is in the refrigerator! Over here mommy, let me in the house! Mom, isn't it time for our evening snack? I do think it is!!
We will miss the way he greeted us every day of his life with his sweet kisses. I didn't even mind the bruises from being knocked down! His sisters, Mejah and Emily and his brothers Smiley and Tuffers must be so excited to see him. His friend Buddy is probably chewing his ear off on how we never would have gotten a beagle if not for him. His girlfriend Tator Tot is probably asking him out on a date. Deago, our love for you will never die and we will see you one day again! We are sad but so happy that you are not a peace with all the other animal angels.
Nancy SmithHudson, FloridaFebruary 5, 2017
12/20/2005 - 1/31/2017I miss your smell, your smile and nudges when it is time to take a walk. Muffin is really lost when we walk she will stand there and wait for your tug on the leash to get her going. You were my little girl who liked to explore, our walks were an adventure for you and so were our hikes. I loved when I would call you and watch your little body leap and run with your ears flapping and your tail held high. When I came home and was greeted by both you and Muffin you would grab a toy and run around squeaking it and then take it with us on the walk. I have images of our happy times come to me through out the day.Rosemary NewtonDenver, ColoradoFebruary 5, 2017
12/31/2004 - 2/3/2017Lily was the best dog I could have ever asked for. I loved her from the moment I saw her. Happy beyond measure even through chaos and hard times. She was the most compassionate and loving dog I have ever known. Faithful and loving beyond measure. She never ceased to make us laugh from her love of squeaky toys and desire to de-fluff them as soon as possible to her pure joy of running in the yard and soaking up the sun. She was never stingy on kisses and would shower you in kisses for as long as you would let her. She taught me about joy, loyalty, devotion, perseverance, grace, gentleness, empathy, and compassion in a way I didn’t even know was possible. She quite simply was my heart, my joy, and baby girl. I will love you forever my little one. I am extremely grateful that God graced me with your care for the last 12 years. I know that you are now in God’s care soaking up all the glorious warmth that heaven has to offer. Be at peace my girl. I will see you again.Roxanne BristowGurnee, IllinoisFebruary 5, 2017
7/13/2006 - 2/3/2017Rosie was the smartest, sweetest dog she loved everyone. Her butt would sway back and forth when she saw anyone, she just loved people. She was so laid back, not a care in the world, just wanted to be loved and fed. She thought she was a lap dog always trying to sit as close as she could to you or on you. She loved to go for a ride in the car, do not say ride in the car because she will be right there looking at you and ready to go. When we first got her we would keep her in the kitchen when we were working one day I came home and she chewed the bottom corners of the kitchen cabinets to nothing, I was shocked, but laughed and thought she is one strong girl. We loved her to pieces she will always be in our heart. I will definitely miss her snorting, sweet face, her greetings when I get home and her unconditional love.Jody ConnWaterford, MichiganFebruary 4, 2017
8/12/2010 - 1/20/2017Otis was a special animal. He was a mostly Siamese snow shoe and had a heart bigger than life. He was a gentle giant that loved to hug you around the neck and head-butt you if you weren't paying him enough attention. So slow and methodical in nature, never got in a hurry about anything. He was so loving. So many things remind me of him. Calm flowing water. A gentle breeze. He was the best, and we will forever remember his gift of life and love to us.Susan TempleApex, North CarolinaFebruary 4, 2017