Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
1/4/2004 - 10/12/2015The day you left us was so very hard, but tomorrow and everyday thereafter will be harder. We had to say goodbye to our Boomer as he was losing his battle with cancer and had taken a hard turn for the worse. We could not let him suffer another day and although he is gone, and we cannot stop crying, we are relieved knowing that he is suffering no longer. Boomer crossed the Rainbow Bridge peacefully at home in my arms with my wife's warm and gentle touch re-assuring him that it was ok to go. For almost 12 years, Boomer filled our lives with joy, happiness, craziness and laughter and he will always be in our hearts and his memories are right where we can find them!Michael DiTeodoroMullica Hill, New JerseyOctober 23, 2015
4/29/2015 - 10/18/2015Caesar, my boy. You will be missed; you were a friend, companion and son. You are an angel and came into my life when I needed you most. We have been through good and bad together; watching you grow older, losing the use of your back legs, but continue to have a bright, shiny personality was a delight. Now, the pain is over, until we meet again, you can run and smell the flowers, like you did when you were a pup.Robert Abel JrHollywood, CaliforniaOctober 22, 2015
5/17/2002 - 10/16/2015Cowboy was more than a pet. We were sure that he was part human. If you has a glass with ice in it and he heard the ice rattling in the glass or heard you chewing on the ice he wanted it. There were times when we would have to get him his own bowl with ice in it because he couldn't get enough of yours. If he was in your way all you have to say was beep beep and he would move out of the way.

We would come home from work some days and find Cowboy standing on the window sill on all fours. The window sill was only 6 inches wide, but he was standing on it. He would climb up on the back of the sofa and onto the sill.

Every night when we went to bed Cowboy would start out sleeping under our bed. Eventually during the night he would finally wander to his own bedroom. Yes, Cowboy had his own bedroom for the last 7 years.

Cowboy was my lap dog. If I laid on the sofa with a blanket, Cowboy was curled up behind my knees under the blanket.

We could see that Cowboy was slowing down. He didn't want you to throw the ball 100 times and retrieve it with a smile on his adorable face. He used to run around the back yard on the scent of a squirrel for hours on end. It was becoming only a bark now and then.

Cowboy will be in our hearts forever. Miss you!
Kris PerryWarminster, PennsylvaniaOctober 21, 2015
12/16/1999 - 9/22/2015Abby, my dear sweet Abby. It's hard to believe that you've been gone four weeks. You sweet smiling face is forever etched in my memory. The fun times we shared will live on forever in my heart. You taught me so many things during our time together...unconditional love, patience (except at meal time), forgiveness, loyalty & so on. You will forever be in my heart!!!Tara AkerJamestown, North CarolinaOctober 20, 2015
1/27/2000 - 10/4/2015In memory of our Tuckerpoo!

January 27th, 2000 - October 4th, 2015

We were delighted to have been owned by Tucker all these years!
Our handsome Tucker was sweet, friendly, funny, mischievous, and not at all modest about his many talents—a bragger! There are kazillions of stories to share---here are a few highlights!

He loved to steal towels from the laundry nightly and run through the house - let the chase begin! He played upside down catch with his tennis ball. He held the ball in his paws high above his head and then let go ---personal best, 3 in a row. It’s hard to play catch without opposable thumbs! Once I was sprawled on the couch –sick with a bad cold--Tucker pulled on my fingers draped over the back of the couch – I did not respond with play, so he zipped to the front of the couch and pulled the bed pillow from under my head in one smooth, quick jerk. He was all about fun—empathy was not his strong suit!

He loved going on walks and visiting all his friends in the neighborhood and in the office park. Since Ken’s retirement, Tucker lobbied almost every day to trot across the street and up the neighbor’s long drive. As soon as we knocked on the door, his tail wagged with enthusiasm, as he awaited his invite to step inside. There was no food, no dog, it was simply about a visit with his friends.

He was the most hysterical guy we could ever imagine…he teased us constantly and we teased him—he actually seemed to get the jokes! Once following a bad GI infection—we made our way back to weekend visits at the dogpark. As we walked around w/ friends I pursed my lips together and made the raspberries sound..he shot forward, and checked his derriere a few times to be sure he was okay. Then he looked at me—with the “I get it look” which we saw often when we teased him. You could almost see him hit his paw to his forward—the expression was --“gees, you got me again—just you wait!” We kind of kept score.

When we entered the dog park gate on weekends—people would call his name from all around—My favorite was the cute little French lady’s Tuckierre, Tuckierre! We talked about him being like Norm in Cheers—where everyone knew his name!

Despite his narcissism – the "I'm fabulous and I know it" attitude,Tucker's amazing sense of humor, warm poodle hugs and outrageous personality made him that once-in-a-lifetime dog who will always be missed and never forgotten!

Tucker, we heard your request one last time to let others know that you were truly the greatest—a legend in your own mind---and ours—and it was a pleasure to be owned by you!
Tracey LovitzGainesville, FloridaOctober 20, 2015
Ranger Meara
4/4/2015 - 10/19/2015From the moment I picked up my puppy and he vomited in my backseat on the ride home, I was in love. For 91/2 years I had the most amazing dog who loved me every day. He was my shadow, everywhere I went he was with me. He would watch my children as they got on and off the school bus and would announce my husbands arrival home from work with vigorous barking. I always felt safe in my home and while on walks when with my handsome escort. So many times people would stop and comment on what a "good looking" dog I had. I was truly blessed with a steadfast companion until the very end. My family will always remember him and miss him everyday. For me, I will continue to mourn his loss and will keep his memory with me always.Brook MearaCrestwood, MissouriOctober 20, 2015
1/17/2002 - 10/13/2015Thank you for giving us so much joy over the years. You will never be forgotten and I know now that you finally caught that elusive squirrel. With much love.Brad YazellFort Lauderdale, FloridaOctober 20, 2015
Maggie May
3/19/2005 - 10/19/2015Maggie was my faithful and constant companion for nearly 11 years. I brought her home from the Weimaraner breeder when she was 6 weeks old. She was an adorable puppy, her fur felt like velvet. I spoiled her too much! Every one said I was Maggie's pet. But that was ok with me. Maggie always followed me around, She loved to ride in the car and go for walks. She was a smart dog who was easily trained. Maggie loved stuffed animals, and carried them with her most of the day. She usually took her favorite animal to bed with her. Maggie's passing has left a big hole in my heart. I will miss her terribly, as will as the rest of our family.Carolyn RamseyMarietta, GeorgiaOctober 20, 2015
2/10/2002 - 10/16/2015Brian was our sweet, playful, beautiful boy. He joined our family in the summer of 2004. Brian made fast friends with other dogs and loved meeting new humans, he would often vocalize his social wishes on walks (as if to say "Guys...can I meet that dog/human over there pleeeeeease?"). Brian could be a goofy playmate and a silent companion. He absolutely loved going to the beach, jumping and running with pure joy, and just hanging out in our back yard, romping and sniffing the perimeter. When it became clear that his degenerative myelopathy was causing his quality of life to slip away, we were determined to not let him suffer. The pain of his loss has been felt by family, friends, and even former neighbors. We miss him terribly but are cherishing all of the memories and time spent with our sweet hound Brian.Patrick McGrawRenton, WashingtonOctober 19, 2015
12/1/1996 - 10/18/2015To my dear Charmin,

I am truly devastated by your loss. While you were so tiny, you were a tremendous presence and part of the family. My heart bleeds with your loss. The hardest moments that haunt me were watching you drift away and take your last breaths. I have solace in knowing you are still close as we have buried you in the yard so we can visit you every day. You will remain in our hearts forever and we hope you are now in heaven...happy, healthy, able to hear and comfortably walk, and looking down on your family with a smile. We love and miss you dearly.

Abrahem HelalWashington, District of ColumbiaOctober 19, 2015