Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/1/2006 - 1/15/2021Mason your daddies loved you so much. You were such a sweet boy that was never happier when you were just with us. You loved going for walks (especially when it was raining). You had an independent personality but always wanted love from your daddies. You being part of our family is something I will always cherish. You were loved by so many people. Your daddies are hurting right now because you are gone, but the love you gave us is something that can never be measured. The memories we built over the last 15 years will last a lifetime. I hope we always gave you the best life possible. Wherever you are now, I hope you look back on our time together and cherish it as we do. We love and miss you Mason. One day we will see each other again.Cory ProciseDublin, OhioJanuary 16, 2021
10/3/2021I’ll always be so Thankful for our sunny day and for all of the love everyone has shown my Arnold throughout his lifetime - my little bit of good trouble baby. 2020 has been all sorts of good and different, and my least favorite part was saying goodbye to you, Arnold. I love you forever, you are in my heart always. Thank you for making my life with you. 💙 mama loves you, baby.

“Tomorrow will come, and the sun will shine. And I will know it’s you” ❤️

I really love you forever, my brown eyed fox. My baby boy.
Jzaleh AbbasiAldie, VirginiaJanuary 16, 2021
6/1/2021 - 1/14/2021To our favorite boy, our food loving, lap snuggling little love, our grief over your passing is heavy, and we feel your presence all through our home, making it so very hard to be reminded of you. We are thankful we had you for so many wonderful memories, like our marriage, our first home, and the birth of your new little brother. Our whole family, including Wednesday, miss you, and long to hold and snuggle you one last time. I look forward to being greeted by you in heaven, and am excited to feel your sleeping behind my legs at night once again. Forever in our hearts sweet Ralph 🤎🖤Patricia SchillerLake Stevens, WashingtonJanuary 15, 2021
3/16/2005 - 1/8/2021We're so lucky to had you as a family and we believe that you are in happy place where you could find your friends. Love you and miss you.jinhye clarkReston, VirginiaJanuary 15, 2021
3/21/2004 - 1/14/2021Eddie, we will miss you so much...your brothers Rudy and Roscoe will live your spirit on. Thank you for the wonderful, happy 16 years with you. Missing you everyday. Give kisses to Bruce and Cody for us. Love Kris and CalvinKris PetersenJacksonville, FloridaJanuary 15, 2021
6/24/2008 - 1/12/2021Ripley, you will forever be remembered in our hearts. I've never known a more loving and caring pet, you were so incredibly gentle with the kids starting when they were babies and were a part of every day of their lives. I'll miss you and your one floppy ear dearly, but I take some comfort knowing you're up in puppy heaven creating mischief with your brother Bishop. I love you sweet Ripley.Geoff MartinTrinity, FloridaJanuary 15, 2021
4/11/2009 - 1/12/2021It is with a heavy heart that we said goodbye to our beloved Bentley three days ago. A greyhound rescue will always make a fantastic pet. They are very loving and gentle. Bentley loved to play with his tennis ball and run in the back yard. His personality was second to none and he will be greatly missed. We'll always remember you and you'll always have a special place in our hearts as you are now memorialized forever on our wall in the picture below. Miss you so much already!Barry KnauerHollywood, FloridaJanuary 15, 2021
6/7/2010 - 1/12/2021We can’t believe your gone right now but we had to let you go peacefully. You fought so hard this year and we could not have you suffer anymore so we had to say goodbye. Our hearts are broken and we will never be the same. You were the most loving, happy, amazing and funniest dog. You were our joy, love and happiness everyday. Your pictures all over the house will never come down because you are always part of the family. We will miss you forever sweet baby girl. We hope you can now run and play without pain and sickness as you crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.

Mom, Zachary and Megan
Kristine ThomasTewksbury, MassachusettsJanuary 15, 2021
10/10/2012 - 1/6/2021Tomorrow makes 1 week since I said goodbye to my best girl, Meka. The decision was made quite suddenly but I knew I had no other choice & she’d been suffering in silence for too long. After a year of reoccurring UTIs we finally brought her to a new vet who found a tumor in her urethra & a few weeks before her 8th birthday they confirmed it was cancer. I was extremely concerned about knowing when it would be time to help her go peacefully & was told that eventually she won't be able to pee anymore & her heart will just stop.

Unfortunately with the location of the tumor, surgery was not an option. I decided against chemo/radiation treatment as I was told by many that it is so hard on their little bodies & truly not worth it. The alternative being a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory pill taken once daily. The oncologists re-checked her this past November after a month of being on the medication & found she was managing fine with no apparent issues.

NYE is when I started to notice her going out the dog door more frequently & licking herself excessively. I’m 9 months pregnant so it’s difficult for me to tell how much she is urinating every time she goes out, but her bladder felt full & I just knew she was uncomfortable. So I brought her to the ER that Saturday night in the hopes they could relieve her but they weren't able to due to the risk of spreading cancer cells. They gave her antibiotics for a UTI & she seemed to be doing better but i guess coupled with the pain meds she was just managing as best she could & likely just helped her to relax.

A few days later when I woke up I noticed the sheets were wet at the end of our bed where she slept so I took her straight to the hospital. Poor girl was leaking urine but unable to relieve herself when squatting. I waited for the dreadful call that finally came telling me that her bladder was almost 100% constructed now by the tumor.

On my way to pick her up I somehow, through all the tears and trying to drive, managed to arrange a vet to come to our house & do at home euthanasia. This gave our other 2 dogs the chance to understand what happened and not be waiting for her to come home for however long. My sweet 1 yo golden was super attached to her & it’s killing me to see him grieve this way.
Kaitlin SavageBaton Rouge, LouisianaJanuary 15, 2021
11/14/2008 - 1/10/2021We are going to miss you so much!! You were such a sweet, loving, family dog and at the same time a very good guard dog.....I never had to fear when home alone!! The love you had for us was so unconditional and we felt the same!! You were always so kind to your 3 year old (2 legged brother), we are going to miss seeing him hug on you!! The house just isn't the same without you, it is way to quiet, you barked at everything including the wind and I would love to hear that bark again!! Sometimes you had a way of getting yourself in to trouble such as taking food off counters, making our bed your bed when we weren't home, sometimes being a garbage picker and just being a scavenger but guess what, those are the things that made you YOU and we wouldn't have changed a thing!! Nitro you were amazing and we love you so much, we all love you and miss you including your 4 legged brother, partner in crime Rocky who keeps looking for you! Cancer took you away from us but know we will never forget you!

Run free our beautiful pup!!
Chrissie RulandEAST PATCHOGUE, New YorkJanuary 15, 2021