Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
11/3/2005 - 1/8/2020We all miss her SO MUCH! She was a sweet and good girl. We’re very thankful for the 13 years we had her as our furbaby. She was my grandogger!Denise JohnsonEllen’s, GeorgiaJanuary 11, 2020
3/9/2014 - 1/9/2020Fishy,

This house is so empty without you. I’ll miss you, my little work from home buddy. The kids will miss you even more. Thank you for being ours, even if it wasn’t for as long as we all had hoped or expected. Thanks for hanging out with us. You are irreplaceable and we will never forget you.
Lisa WoodIndianapolis, IndianaJanuary 10, 2020
Marles Barkley Love-rhodes
1/1/2005 - 12/4/2019Marley was the best friend I could ever have. He came to me at a year and a half old, and left me at fifteen and a half years old. He was rambunctious, always wanted to be the center of attention, even if it meant biting a possible intruder. He loved me when I was mad at him, he watched over my child when I was not feeling well, and he understood the rules of the house and of that around him. His sister still mourns with me, and his human charge, my son asks about him daily. Thank you for allowing me to put him to rest at home.Amanda LoveNashville, TennesseeJanuary 10, 2020
Lexi Hunt
2/2/2012 - 1/4/2020Lexi was the most beautiful, smart, charismatic, fluffy dog you could ever ask for. As a sheltie, she took it as her personal mission in life to keep our back yard free of birds, squirrels, voles, moles, or any other type of creature she deemed unfit to be in our yard! She loved to chase laser lights, tear squeakers out of any toy we bought her, and most of all, eat. She was an excellent watchdog but very good at meeting new people--in particular, she thought my husband's brother was rock star and would get so excited to see him! She would wake us up at the same time very morning to eat and go in the back yard to start her patrol with a soft, polite, but ever more insistent whine. She was a loving dog who just enjoyed being in the same room as you and I have to admit, we talked to her like she was a human. Sometimes, she'd cock her head to the side and look at us so intensely I swear we thought she was going to speak. She is and will be terribly missed.Mary Ellen HuntLexington, KentuckyJanuary 10, 2020
Madison Mae
8/13/2005 - 12/27/2019Oh our precious girl, how we miss you so!! You had the best personality and sweetest smile.....we were so blessed to have you for as long as we did and grateful for all the memories and love we shared, saying goodbye to you was one of the hardest days of our life and I am choked up just writing this now....THANK YOU for being such an amazing gift to us. Your sense of humor, love for play and piercing blue eyes won everyone over. You saved me during a very hard time when we had to move to CA for a couple of years, it was SO HARD to leave our family here but you and I bonded so closely and you gave me more than you will ever know...I hope you felt our love and I hope we were good parents to you my sweet one. Gosh, I missssssss you soooooo much....there are still the firsts; the first time I came home from work and you weren't waiting for me, I still hear you sometimes walking and I am grateful that you no longer suffer and are able to run again without pain. I am sorry if we were selfish and waited to long to let you cross over and run free, we just had to prepare and feel it deep in our soul as you were and are part of us. Love you sooo much always sweet girl.....enjoy your new friends and cousins Shadow and Lulu. xoxoxoxo Sad I cannot post a photo off of this computer, she is SO VERY BEAUTIFUL. I will add one if I can edit this from my phone.Lisa SmithScottsdale, ArizonaJanuary 10, 2020
4/20/2008 - 1/8/2020Ranger,

You are the best boy. We love you so much. Our lives are a little emptier without our little brown dog.
You were the best guard dog, best night brother for Lyla, best first dog for all the kittens.
Your soulful eyes touched everyone. To know you, is to love you.
Run free, sweet boy. We’ll see you soon!
Yvonne HallTulsa, OklahomaJanuary 10, 2020
9/25/2005 - 1/5/2020Our sweet Mya,
Our world just isn’t as bright without you in it. Coming home to you was always a celebration, even if we were only gone 5 minutes, you’d wag your butt and bring us one of your babies to show us how happy you were to see us. Your commitment to snuggles may have seemed aggressive to others... but the way you’d full commit to it and rake your long nails across our leg to keep petting you was something we cherished. We miss the sound of your grunts, and your excitement anytime we would take car rides and you saw any body of water, even if it was just a retention pond. We even miss the way you would lap up water and manage to get it all over the floor. You loved with your entire little red body. Thank you for loving us so fiercely, for making us laugh, for being so stoic when we navigated the toughest moments of our life. 14 years wasn’t long enough.
We love you, we miss you, we will never stop doing either.
Michelle and Amanda BaranowskiTampa, FloridaJanuary 9, 2020
4/3/2008 - 1/8/2020Calvin, you are missed and loved. You were my best bud and my shadow. The house feels so empty without you and I don't know how I'm going to get used to life without my best boy. You will always be part of us, and you will always have a part of our heart.Kathy MillerGainesville, FloridaJanuary 9, 2020
Kojak Lahaina Snow Freehauf (koj)
4/23/2005 - 1/7/2020Kojak we miss you more than words can even describe. You were the sweetest, most kind and loving boy we'll ever know. You always shared your bed with everyone else in the family, lost many bowls of food to your sister Kira, and had a heart of gold. I don't know how we can continue on without you. You have taken a piece of our heart with you and you will be FOREVER missed!! We love you so very much! Run free our sweet baby boy!Alisha FreehaufPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJanuary 9, 2020
5/30/2008 - 1/8/2020Yesterday was one of the hardest days of my life. Saying goodbye to my fur baby was the absolute hardest thing about owning an animal. Zero came into my life the second he was born. I may have given him a great life but he's also GIVEN ME an even better life! Without words, he was there. When no one else was. I am going to miss the silent understanding, love and devotion that he has provided me for almost 12 years. Not to mention, the strong bond him and my oldest daughter, Gianna have shared. He's been the best companion and best friend to her. I'm sure going to miss seeing them together, being silly and providing me with hours of laughter and entertainment also with my other daughter and son, Vivian & Wesley. The memories we have shared with him are nothing short of amazing. We had some GREAT times together. I'll always treasure them. He may have went to rainbow bridge but he'll also be tucked deep within my heart until we meet again. After all, Zero is my one & only. ❤💔🐾Nicole McCloskey McCloskeyPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaJanuary 9, 2020