Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
10/2/2004 - 10/16/2020One of the hardest things I have ever had to do was let my sweet B.B. go on Friday October 16, 2020 at 12:51 pm. It was also a blessing to know that she is no longer sick and in pain, but in heaven running and playing. B.B. (Black Betty) was the most compassionate and loving dog. She was and still is my best friend. B.B. loved everybody, and she had a contagious personality, you could not help but love her back. B.B. came into my life my freshman year of college, we have had many adventures, and experienced many milestones together. I am so thankful to have been B.B.'s human, my life has been enhanced because I had the honor of knowing and sharing life with B.B. I will always be convinced that we were made for each other. She was such a special part of our family, she had many human like characteristics, and we treated her just like a person. That's what she was to us, not just a dog, but a member of our family. We have a huge void in our home and in our hearts right now, but I am finding that those voids are being filled with all of the wonderful memories we made with B.B. in her 16 years on this earth.Kristen HillGloverville, South CarolinaOctober 22, 2020
7/15/2002 - 10/20/2020Rest in love sweet Moo Moo. I will always miss you. You brought so much joy to our lives. It was an honor to love and take care of you for 18 years. You were the most loyal companion I will most likely ever have! Love you sweet girl. You run and play with Baxter we will see you again.Neal HillGreensboro, North CarolinaOctober 22, 2020
10/20/2020Jr. has left us to be with his older brother. He left us peacefully and with only find memories. We'll miss his patter, expert sleeping and always ready for a walk. The house wont be the same but we know he is in a better place.

Rest in peace Bug.
Kevin QuinnVirginia Beach, VirginiaOctober 22, 2020
6/1/2020 - 10/19/2020Jake was a gentle soul with a joyful spirit. He loved to make friends with people, and everybody who met him loved him. He was extremely patient with his adopted brothers and was the perfect nanny dog. He will be greatly missed.Angie BegoshBloomington, MinnesotaOctober 22, 2020
5/15/2004 - 10/20/2020Ah, Ike, we've been through so much together and shared so much. How can I reduce our relationship down to a few lines? You were my buddy, my doggie baby, and we supported each other through so many life events. We were always together and, mostly times were good. That's all any of us can really ask for. I'm so glad you came into our lives. Mommy and Daddy love and miss you.Connie McBeeXenia, OhioOctober 22, 2020
5/15/2020 - 10/20/2020Maia was my best friend for 17 years. We went through a lot together. No one will ever replace you Maia. You are one of a kind, so, so special to me. I love you very much, I always will. I will see you again soon in heaven.Debbie ConroySaint Petersburg, FloridaOctober 22, 2020
4/15/2000 - 10/6/2020Chester was with us just over 20 years - through my son's grade school, high school and college years, 2 marriages, 1 divorce, 11 moves, (2 of those across the country) and countless life events. He was a constant and always happy to see us, always cheerful no matter what. The hole he has left will never be filled but our love for him will be eternal.Maricopa, ArizonaOctober 22, 2020
7/18/2004 - 10/19/2020Dex was 16 years old at the time of his passing. He was diagnosed with CKD in December, 2019. From the time of his diagnosis to the time of his passing, he had good days and bad days. His health really started to decline at the beginning of October, so we knew the end would be near. I believe one of the hardest decisions we must make as pet parents is when to let them go. While this is very hard on us, we know that he is no longer suffering or in pain. We also have joy in knowing he had a very good and long life! RIP little buddy, we will see you again and love you very much!Cindy AuldDeltona, FloridaOctober 21, 2020
12/19/2001 - 10/20/2020Pickle was the sweetest and most loving Min Pin. In her younger years she loved going for walks in the park and strutting her signature Min Pin prance. She loved meeting up with her dog friends and having play time and then getting her favorite treat, like the Bark-o-Pops she would get from the local Philly dog bakery. She loved spending time with her two dads and spending the day running from her 'sister' the cat, who would chase her about when Pickle wanted to play.Jim/Rob Andrews/BrownAllentown, PennsylvaniaOctober 21, 2020
7/15/2002 - 10/20/2020Rest in love my sweet Molly. It was an honor to mother you for 18 years. All who knew you loved you!! I have never known a more loving and loyal friend than you. See you on the rainbow bridge my friend!Neal HillGreensboro, North CarolinaOctober 21, 2020