Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/14/1999 - 12/18/2016My sweet bear, you have been my ray of light and my rock. Your sweet face always reminded me that no matter what, I had you in my life and that was more than enough. I always felt lighthearted at the end of a work day because I was coming home to you. We have travelled across the country together many times and I can't imagine a road trip without you, much less daily life. Looking back through all of my pictures of you and remembering what a rich history we shared that evolved together--how could these few words ever do a life, your life, justice? All that I can express is that I dearly love you, and have always been so proud of you, my sweet, Big B.
💖, Mommy
Rebecca MorrisOrlando, FloridaDecember 20, 2016
9/14/2000 - 12/16/2016Our beautiful, funny, loving and most of all much loved Molly, a 16 year old tri-colored cocker spaniel died peacefully on Saturday, December 17, 2016 at our home in Cottonwood Heights, UT after giving us 15 years and 9 months of unconditional love. I don't know what we will do without her pawing us when she wanted attention or more so, a snack of some kind. Dr. Mary Jane came to the house and was so kind and helped us say goodbye to Molly on her pillow by the front door with our 15 year old chocolate cocker, Cocoa, next to her and us holding her and telling her how much we loved her. She will be so missed but she is now feeling great and waiting for us at the Rainbow Bridge where she once again will paw us for love and food. We miss you, Molly and love you forever. Cocoa misses you too and is lying on your bed to get all of your smells. The house is empty without you.Chris Beck-McKayCOTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, UtahDecember 20, 2016
11/15/2001 - 12/18/2016In memory of Mushka, a loyal, well-loved companion to my mom and dad until their passing. She was able to bide and heal with us for the past two years until it was time for her reunite with them. We will miss you Mushka-boo, but we will be seeing you again. Say a special hello to our best buddies, Raylan, Paden, Emily, Max, Cass, Gunny and Brunswick for us.

It was a blessing to have found Lap of Love and an honor to help make Mushka's final moments painless, stress-free and dignified. It was a very moving experience to be able to let her go as she lay in the comfort of her own bed. Dr. Ashleigh was very tender with Mushka and respectful of the whole process and of our feelings. I feel a great debt to her.
Mary KiefferMaple Valley, WashingtonDecember 19, 2016
8/19/2001 - 12/16/2016We are saddened to say goodbye to our sweet Pippi. She was gentle and kind. Everyone who met her commented on her big bouncy ears, good disposition and calming presence . She made us feel safe and loved. We'll miss watching her jump out of the car to run to the beach. Watching her catch a frisbee never got old. Not having her near us has been a challenge, I can't imagine that will every change. She was just that special. I'm so glad we found each other and belonged together for 15 years. I wish it was longer.Mia McGloinChicago, IllinoisDecember 19, 2016
2/12/2003 - 12/14/2016After almost 14 years we had to say goodbye to our beloved Rocky. He was a great dog. My kids were only five and three when we first got him. He grew with them and was the third child in my home. He loved everyone and everyone loved him, the mailman, the gas man. He had a beautiful personality and did not have a mean bone in his body. He loved life from the very beginning. He loved to swim in our pool and lay out in the sun. He played with all the kids on the street and they loved him too. You could let him out the front door and he would never run in the street or do anything wrong. He slept in our bed with his head on the pillow from when we first got him. Rocky was a big Boy so having a 110 pound chocolate lab in your bed was fun to say the least but he would jump right up there and go right to sleep. He was wonderful with my children and anytime either one of them were sick he would lay in thier beds or on the floor right next to them to make sure they were okay. He greeted us at the door everyday for almost 14 years. He waited every morning for me to open the sliders so he could go out and take his morning swim. He was just unbelievable and the only time he made me sad is when he died!!!!!! I we will all miss him, a big part of our family is missing.Joann MainardiBroomall, PennsylvaniaDecember 19, 2016
7/20/2005 - 12/14/2016We are so lucky that Rusty was a part of our lives for the last seven years; he came from the track into our home, and he was wonderful. Rusty made us smile and laugh, and along with Beatrice, filled our house with love.Meleesa SullivanChicago, IllinoisDecember 18, 2016
6/3/2004 - 12/16/2016My little Sweetie Pie - the only name I ever called you. You were the sweetest, cutest, most lovable
pet I have ever had. You will be dearly missed by all of us who knew you.
Sleep in peace, my baby.
Gail MeltzerPalm Harbor, FloridaDecember 18, 2016
4/26/1998 - 11/25/2016Goodbye, our beloved Blackberry.

For 18 1/2 years, you graced our home and our lives with your sweet temper and joyful spontaneity.

Rest peacefully, our SAFEHaven buddy.

See you on the flip side,

K and G
Gary BCary, North CarolinaDecember 18, 2016
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11/10/2006 - 12/16/2016Our beloved Sandy was amazing, good with kid, cats, dogs, ducks, frogs. She just didn't want to hurt nobody. Allways happy and wiggling her tail. The best friends and companion, sweet and welcoming everyone. We will miss her a lot!Claudia SotoMiami, FloridaDecember 17, 2016
6/2/2001 - 12/5/2016Wiley was a smart beloved dog that we miss dearly.

Wiley’s existence made a significant mark in the many phases of our lives. His delightful personality always made the tough times in our lives more bearable and our happy times even better.

If we could speak to Wiley’s soul, we would thank him for teaching us to recognize the joy in the simplest things in life. We would thank him for helping us to be better people and most importantly, we would thank him for his unconditional love and companionship through all these years.

Wiley will always be in our memory and when we think of him we will always remember the pure goodness that exists in this world.
J LDurham, North CarolinaDecember 17, 2016