Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
5/20/2000 - 5/23/2015Peaches passed away peacefully and quietly at home in her favorite spot on our bed. She instinctively told me that she was tired and had enough of the pain medicine and that her tumor was getting worse. I agreed that we both were tired and that although we loved each other very much I had to let her go. This was the hardest thing I have had to do but necessary to release her from her pain. She needed to be free.
Bob and I have been blessed and grateful that we shared 15 years with this smart, sassy, funny poodle. She will remain in our hearts forever.
Debra and Bob LambertiFt Lauderdale, FloridaMay 26, 2015
6/15/2001 - 5/22/2015Having a hard time with this right now... Winston was my first dog and not ever having children, this is like the loss of a child to me.. He was the most handsome Golden Retriever I have ever seen. I miss him sooo much... As the tears roll down my face, I have to just say that he is now in heaven and no longer in pain....Jodi KendhammerJacksonville, FloridaMay 25, 2015
6/17/2001 - 5/24/2015Jessie words can not express the loss we feel right now, even though it has only been a day since you left us we miss you more with each passing hour. Mommy wants to hold you one more time. We see you in the window and hear you laying down at night, we hear you in the wind chimes and we feel you when we look at the toys you left with us. Our loss is only matched by the joy from the first day we got you through 14 years of unconditional love. You are the the best and most beautiful. Until we see you again you will hold a special place in our hearts.Kim PoineauFairfax, VirginiaMay 25, 2015
5/21/2015There are no words to express how grateful we are to Dr Sandra for the love and compassion she showed us and our beloved Zeta, thank you thank you from our hearts and soul for how wonderful you were!!!Vanessa KovalcikWestwood, New JerseyMay 25, 2015
8/1/2000 - 5/22/2015Mick spent five years in a no-kill shelter waiting for someone to give him a chance. He was considered unadoptable because of his fear of strangers. We adopted him at seven years old and he was with us for eight wonderful, loving years. He was smart, affectionate, loved our other two dogs, made sure our home was safe and filled our lives with joy. He has left a huge hole in our hearts and home. Helping him pass was one of the most difficult decisions I've ever had to make, especially since he was so stoic about the pain he must have been experiencing during the last few weeks. Lap of Love was truly wonderful in helping me through my pain of releasing Mick from his pain. They were compassionate and so gentle with Mick even though he was afraid of them. True professionals engaged in their "calling" in life.Joyce TabelingPalm Harbor, FloridaMay 24, 2015
2/25/2004 - 5/9/2015Johnson was the neighborhood flip-flop thief as a pup. When his owner died, we adopted him. He had been a barn dog, sleeping outside and under the porch. But, when he came to live with us, he slept on a king-sized pillow-top mattress. He liked to be chased. He was very protective, especially of his Daddy. He loved to eat Frosty Paws ice cream. He was a wonderful traveler and enjoyed many trips, including the Blue Ridge Parkway, where he swam in a lake. Johnson enjoyed two walks each day and would often look up to make sure we were still coming alongside him. He occasionally made an escape out the side door, but following a brief visit to his canine friends in the neighborhood, he'd return home promptly. Johnson had so many great personality traits, it's hard to remember them all, but we will never forget this deep devotion to us. We miss him terribly and hope to see him again someday.Keith Taylorwillow Spring, North CarolinaMay 23, 2015
12/22/1997 - 5/17/2015Oh, how I miss you my dear baby, Holly. From the time I first saw your picture on the Triangle Beagle Rescue website, despite how pitiful you looked, I knew you would be my baby. The rescue brought you to us that very same evening, and you were my baby from then on and still are. You brought joy, laughter and love to our home, and it's very quiet now that you're no longer here with us. I know you're at the Rainbow Bridge waiting with all of your brothers and sisters, cousins, etc. I miss you with all my heart. Your companionship, devotion and, most importantly, your love are very much missed. Your tiny body always betrayed the spirited soul and huge heart inside. I mourn your loss, but at the same time, I feel very blessed and honored to be your mom. Run in the wind, roll in the grass, let your spirit soar and always remember that I love you with my whole heart. Till we meet again, sweet baby...Janet NorthingDurham, North CarolinaMay 23, 2015
Doctor Blue Dog
4/24/2015We love and miss you Big Blue.

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Mare MoranJacksonville, FloridaMay 23, 2015
4/1/1994 - 5/22/2015I wonder how the sky can seem the same, the sun come up and life go on without Christine here with us.
The memory I leave is one of love and absolute, unconditional love. This precious girl that breathed life into each day has left a void.
We had no idea how we could get through the day.............every nook of our home holds memories...........every sound reminds us of Christy.
She will always be in the whisper of the breeze and the shadows of night.
No words can ever describe the loss we feel. It will never fade, but hopefully will turn to happy and loving thoughts of you.

If it was not for Dr, Katie we would never have made it through the day.

We will love you always Christine.
Rose LittlefieldMandarin, FloridaMay 23, 2015
7/4/2015 - 5/22/2015Rusty you gave us more love than we can express. You stayed by me when I was so sick and would not leave. You welcomed us home always with a happy face and wagging tale. We loved to take you for rides even if it was a short one. You are missed by your emediate and extended family. We love you and miss you so much.Ken AmlingWellington, FloridaMay 23, 2015