Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
8/3/2004 - 4/3/2016We've had a lot of dogs over the years and loved each and every one of them and considered them family, but there was something really special about Paris. Everyone that met her absolutely loved her. She had a way of lighting up everyone's day and having met her seemed to always leave an impression on them. At her passing I can't tell you the all the hearts that were broken. Especially ours . I've always believed that dogs are a gift from god how else could someone bring so much love devotion and happiness to your life. And how big is the hole that is left in our hearts. We love you Paris and always will. I know you are no longer in pain , and selfishly I'd give anything for you to still be with us. Until we meet again Kim IrvanMidland, North CarolinaApril 8, 2016
2/1/2000 - 4/4/2016Kirby, Our home seems so empty without him here. Kirby Lived with us on our sailboat for 8 years & then on our Motorhome for 2yrs. He was always with us. He loved people. He could be trusted off leash & if we ever missed him we always new where to find either at the neighbors house waiting for treats or at some ones boat getting treats. We always said he was human in a furry body. Having him since he was just 10 weeks old from a Golden Retriever litter of 8 he & one other were the only black ones in the litter. Having him was like raising a 10 year old boy except he could burp like a adult Man. He will be greatly miss.

Thanks so much to Lap of Love,
Dr. Nil & Dr Aimee you helped us say our goodbyes to our boy the way he deserved.
Linda & Rick SandlerMadeira Beach, FloridaApril 7, 2016
9/25/2000 - 4/6/2016Petunia lit up the world with her gentle soul. She had no enemies...everyone that encountered her fell in love with her. She and my father truly were best friends. My dad was there for her until the end, she knew he was there. The house is so quite. Sweet dreams little girl. We love you so much and already miss you incredible ❤Rrnee poissantirvine, CaliforniaApril 7, 2016
8/1/2002 - 4/6/2016On April 6, 2016 Chloe was helped to the Rainbow bridge with the assistance of Dr. Dana Lewis and Lap of Love surrounded by her family that loved her very, very much. It was a decision that was not made lightly. It was heartbreaking to watch our once very active friend deteriorating before our eyes. The house seems so empty and quiet now without you. We already miss her terribly and hope she is at peace and free from any pain or discomfort. The house feels so empty and quiet though we still seem to hear her panting and the click of her nails on the floor. We know in time our pain will lessen and she will always remain in our heart. She was a part of our family and a huge part of our lives. We are so thankful for her love, affection, humor and loyalty. For teaching us to live in the moment and have fun. Her energy was contagious and I will miss our daily, lengthy walks together.

Go chase those squirrels girl. We love you.

Brian, Marian, Hailey & Sean
Marian MorrittHolly Springs, North CarolinaApril 7, 2016
Sly Junior
9/4/2010 - 4/6/2016Sly was my love, my snuggle bunny, my everything. He will be missed and always in my heart. He passed away peacefully in my arms at our apartment on April 6, 2016. I want to celebrate his life through this memorial page. Please share your thoughts and stories.Lindsey MillerArlington, VirginiaApril 7, 2016
4/5/2016Emma was the greatest dog in the world, and my best friend. We had only had her for 2 years, but in those 2 years she lived like she had never lived before, and loved us to no end. She completely reformed our lifestyle. We adopted her at age 6. We got a new car to fit her 100lb frame, we researched hours and hours about dog foods, treats, beds, toys, etc. She was the sweetest and one of the most well behaved dogs I have ever encountered. She loved everybody. She became my running, walking, hiking, and hangout buddy. A couple weeks after a 5 day road trip (moving from San Diego, CA to Plantation, FL) we took her to the vet for some swelling in her leg and a limp she had recently developed. That day she was diagnosed with bone cancer and left us 4 weeks later. You were too young sweet girl; I hope you understand why we had to do this. We miss you so very much, but we know you are in a better place; cancer free. Wait for me.Cindy SchnepelPlantation, FloridaApril 7, 2016
9/15/1999 - 3/31/2016There could never be another you! ChaBaa little Roxcette!Terri BrooksLighthouse Point, FloridaApril 6, 2016
4/1/1996 - 4/5/2016Ming as we called her was all attitude and very demanding. She outlived her sister by a year and a half, so she was determined to get as much of our attention as possible in this time. She was such a lover and loved to cuddle with you on her terms of course. We believe she wished that we would just sit on the couch with her all day while petting and/or feeding her and catering to her every whim. She was such a pretty cat and she knew it. She also knew when you weren't feeling well and would just hunker down with you until you were better. We'll miss her greatly.Vanessa HallCharlotte, North CarolinaApril 6, 2016
10/19/2001 - 4/2/2016I love you pal so much. You taught me to always be brave and to keep fighting. You have made me fight to be better. Please watch over us and know that you mean the world to me. Please help me be as strong as you. I am sorry that I did not help you more. I know that you were scared the past few days and you kept on fighting. You are so special and you will forever shape who I am. I hope that I can continue to be as brave as you were. I want to be just like me little fighter puppy. I love you forever and always.Lms LmsRoselle, IllinoisApril 5, 2016
2/11/2016On February 12, 2016, the best friend of my entire life was laid to rest with the assistance of Dr. Annie and the Lap of Love organization. Needless to say, I still miss her terribly... Maggie was, without a doubt, the best dog I have ever raised! Her unconditional love and loyalty knew no bounds! She was my heart and soul, as well as a faithful companion and protector. Maggie knew I had a serious medical condition long before I did! The minute she detected it, she was never more than one foot away. Maggie was ten years, four months, and fifteen days old when she was sent to be with her two sisters. My heartbreak became their joy as they were finally united. I have the fond memory of them romping and enjoying each others' company. Maggie was special from the moment I laid eyes on her. That moment is forever deeply etched within my heart. She stood out among her siblings. Her shining black coat was the most gorgeous coat of any color I had ever seen on any canine. She was also the runt of the litter. (That little runt grew to be 70+ pounds!) The very second I picked her up, she was "the one"!
Maggie was a full-blooded black Labrador Retriever. She will always be missed and will always remain deep within my heart...
Deb Brown
Maggie's Mom
Deb BrownEustis, FloridaApril 5, 2016