Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/15/2002 - 8/21/2016"Seanpuff' the best dogson, dogbrother ever.
Many hugs, smiles and tail wagging.
You filled our lives with all your love and our hearts are full forever.

Tiki, Charles, Angelica & Paradise
Yvonne GalarzaCharleston, South CarolinaAugust 26, 2016
1/1/2001 - 8/18/2016Dear Max,

It's only been a week since we laid you to rest; since then I can't comprehend up from down, left from right, or if e I need to get home to help you up and take you outside... The hardest part of my days have been leaving home and arming the security system to "AWAY" vs. "STAY;" who would've thought a simple task such as that could send a 35 year old to his knees. Whether its the lack of you trying to walk out the door with me, or a face that if eyes could talk would say, "c'mon dad take me to school!" or knowing you'll be sound asleep in our room on your bed waiting for me when I get home... Your existence dictated my day to day existence and defined who I was; without you I am lost, however, I know you are waiting for me and we will be together again...


John StangSTERLING HEIGHTS, MichiganAugust 26, 2016
1/1/2002 - 8/22/2016Seamus was the most well behaved and polite dog I have ever known. He was a true gentleman and would always wait for his "girlfriend" Suki to eat first or to come in from outside first. (Suki passed away on 4-1-16 from dementia)
He was so lost without her and just kept declining since her passing. 🙁
They are now together and are running around happy and pain-free. ❤️❤️
Michelle SmithWarren, MichiganAugust 25, 2016
12/10/2001 - 8/24/2016Ty was rescued as a stray in 2001 after being abused and was brought into a loving home by my wife. I came into his life 9 years ago and he adopted me. Ty was a big barrel chested mutt that lived to almost 16. He passed with the help of Dr Jordy in the comfort of his home, surrounded by his Mom and Dad, his little sister and his kitty friends.Michael ReyerWesley Chapel, FloridaAugust 25, 2016
8/16/2016Moe was a very special part of our lives for the past 15 1/2 years. We are so saddened by his passing. He will forever be in our hearts.Susan CribbsSanford, North CarolinaAugust 24, 2016
3/14/2004 - 8/17/2016Ashley (Australian Shepard/Lab mix) came into our lives in late August, 2004 and exited our lives on August 18, 2016. Twelve years of absolute fun, friendship and love.

Before she entered our lives, we never could figure out “dog people”. How could grown adults go so nuts over a furry, smelly, messy and slobbering animal? It didn’t take long for us to figure out what a canine can mean to your lives. We are “dog people” and damn proud of it.
Ashley got terminal throat cancer over a year ago.

We did all we could (as well as our Vet oncologist) but it finally caught up with our little girl. We had to make a heart breaking decision to end her suffering. Our pack has one less friend in it and we are empty.

This is not only a tribute to Ashley but to all of you that have posted here and loss their canine best friend. The canine-human bond is special to both the four legged and the two legged. So to all of you and us as well, we miss our pet. However, twelve years of laughter and smiles are still with us every day.

Cheryl Mendez and Jim Deal
Seffner, FL
August 24, 2016
Jim DealSeffner, FloridaAugust 24, 2016
7/6/2007 - 8/19/2016Today when my Mom came home I was really sick. It was very sudden for her but I had been hiding it from her and I just could not anymore. I think she kind of knew because I was needing a lot of loves lately and stayed by her side a lot more. She laid down next to me on the floor because I could not get in the bed and talked to me. She covered me with a blanket because I was cold and put a pillow under my head. I heard her call a place called Laps of Love and ask for Dr. Toby. He was my doctor for a long time. She was crying and I didn't want her to be. I was trying to stay very strong. She came back and laid down with me and then Dad carried me downstairs to get a drink of water. It was just too hard for me to even drink so I just laid on the front room floor for awhile with Mom. I heard the knock on the door and it was my old friend Dr. Toby. Mom and Dad talked with him and then he came and sat by me for awhile and I heard all the stories I remembered of growing up and visiting Dr. Toby. They were very fun and nice memories for me. Dr. Toby gave me some medicine to help my pain and I was feeling much better. They told more stories and I got lots more hugs and kisses. I started to grow very tired and Mom told me it was ok to close my eyes and go to sleep now. I will miss her and I know she will miss me. I got angel wings today and I will be waiting for my Mom and Dad at the Rainbow bridge.Deb HoopleN Las Vegas, NevadaAugust 24, 2016
1/31/2000 - 8/21/2016A fascinating and unusual story about our Bru is that not since the day we brought him home from the shelter (four-and-a-half years ago) did he bark, ever!! That day at the shelter, he barked for a solid 40+ minutes while we did paperwork and the interview. He seemed to know that he was leaving with us! So, although he could bark, he chose not to. He didn't need to. We learned a lesson from Bruster . . .Be quiet.

Bruster was so calm and wise. He would silently and patiently stand by his bowl waiting for food, he would never beg. He would quietly stand by the door waiting to be let out. Even at age 16-and-a-half, he would stand at the door in the middle of the night, just waiting for someone to wake up. He never whined, he just waited. We learned a lesson from Bruster . . .Be patient.

When outside, if other dogs would bark and get overly excited, he would simply look at us and tilt his head as if to say, "What's the big deal?!" He seemed to identify with us more than with dogs. We learned a lesson from Bruster . . .Be calm.

If children and dogs would come on too strong, Bruster would never snap or growl, he was pure sweetness, he would simply walk away. We learned a lesson from Bruster . . . Just walk away.

Up until age 15, when we would come home to him, he would get so excited that he would attempt back flips! Up until age 16, when we came in the door, he would run the length of the house and around the tables, 3 or 4 times! We could all learn a lesson from Bruster . . .be happy to see your loved ones.

One thing that makes this even more difficult for us is that he was such a wonderful, little guy. As I told him every day, all day long - "Best boy ever!"
Linda OlanderSt. Louis, MissouriAugust 24, 2016
1/31/2004 - 8/19/2016Ava is now doing everything she wants to do with out any stops. She was an amazing part of my family. Blessed to have been selected to be her parent!Las Vegas, NevadaAugust 23, 2016
8/6/2016Dear Jack,

I know your spirit still pads around our home and I feel your love and connection. From the early days when you would spend some much time in my lap as I played computer games to the latter years when you would provide such sweet companionship to Louise after she had lost Mojo. You were the consummate cat and the most normal member of our family, both 2 and 4-legged.

I will miss your presence and I look forward to seeing you again, perhaps a large golden-colored dog?


Rob and Ann
Robert DorganSeattle, WashingtonAugust 23, 2016