Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/17/2020 - 3/8/2020Schwarzi our 100lb Giant Schnazuer was a true gentleman. He was a robust pup who loved to be around us and everyone who came to the house, push up against them and beg for some some back rubbing before he would leave a guest alone. He was not shy to demand his share of table scraps, enjoyed his big meals, every day long walks and his safe home. Although he sometimes struggled with getting groomed he loved the freedom from fur and like a little mischievous boy kept running almost galloping around after each haircut. Ohh and there were the beard wipes after every drink, ohh yeahh.... If anyone ever had or know a giant schnauzer knows what we are talking about. Also messing with his food was not really an option, but that is true for us humans too. :) His other favorite pass time were snuggling up to us during a movie, playing tug of wars with a towel or sock, stealing and shredding paper of many sorts. We let him tore thru the wrapping paper of his and our gifts during Christmas. He was just there being a companion for many years and that is what we will miss the most. Although he was a very healthy pup most of his life in 2008 was diagnosed with sarcoma of the toe that needed amputation. Just two year later the same disease attacked his other foot that needed 2 digits taken off. We were lucky doctors said, to have a couple of long years with him after his multiple cancers, therefore we try to hold and appreciate the memories of those extra years gained. During and after a pet's passing there are multiple emotions we humans go thru. Did we do enough? Did he suffer the least at the end? Did we provide a good life for him? All we can say is that we are sure hope so! Rest in Peace our Giant Pup. Will always remember and cherish the memories.Beatrix & Roland NemethHampton, New JerseyMarch 11, 2020
6/1/2005 - 2/23/2020Sadie, oh how we all miss you so much. You were such a blessing to our family and such a great companion to have by our side through all of our good and bad times. You brought so much love and laughter and smiles and tears to all of us and everyone who knew you knew how great of a dog you really were. I hope doggy heaven is treating you right and is filled with frosty paws, treats, and some toys! It’s was so hard for all of us letting you go but you really left such a beautiful mark on everyone you came in contact with. ❤️ We all love and miss you so very much!Jamie PlumpSaint Petersburg, FloridaMarch 11, 2020
5/25/2005 - 3/6/2020Harry, you were such a part of our life. From the moment you tumbled out of the car onto the grass, to the moment you closed your eyes for the last time, you loved fiercely, and you were loved back the same.

I still think I have to let you out, and my eyes still leak, I guess that will take some time. But you were such a part of our family, seamlessly woven into our lives. You went everywhere with us - Grandma's house, Canada, Delaware, Poconos, Maine, New Jersey...we always made sure that wherever we went, you came along.

Thank you for your unconditional love, your sweet spirit, and your endless pursuit of happiness in life, sweet boy. You will be missed. You are missed.
Chris TuckerEllicott city, MarylandMarch 10, 2020
11/22/2009 - 2/6/2020Jasper was our first family pet. He was a Portugese Water Dog, and such a love! He was so well behaved and gave us so much happiness. We loved him dearly!Kim ItterlyHarleysville, PennsylvaniaMarch 10, 2020
3/1/2020 - 3/7/2020Dear Tucker,
Although we were not together long, we sure had a good run together. I know you are an Angel now.
Nancy DamianiLas Vegas, NevadaMarch 10, 2020
3/23/2011 - 3/8/2020Nellie was the kindest and most loving dog ever. We rescued her as a puppy and we are privileged and honored to have known her for almost her entire life. She always wanted to be around her humans and she loved everyone she ever met. She loved her walks just as much as being around her humans. She was a loving big sister to Allie and helped take in Jack, a stray who was later rescued by friends of ours. Then she was a great big sister to our 19 month old son. She was always so gentle and kind with him and she taught him how to love animals and be kind to them in turn. Nellie was only sick for a short time and she gave us several weeks of mostly good days until it was time to say goodbye. She left this world in our lap with no pain and no fear and it is impossible to say how appreciate we are to Lap of Love for helping make this transition possible.Atlanta, GeorgiaMarch 10, 2020
4/4/2008 - 1/23/2020Our Remy was such an opinionated fur monster, so sweet and energetic. He had a wonderful life - full of adventure and companions that made every second worthwhile. We miss him terribly. Our home and family have a corgi sized hole in them.Meghan FouargeSanta Paula, CaliforniaMarch 10, 2020
8/2/2003 - 3/7/2020Pooley, my best buddy, my little baby, God how I miss you. You where there for me when our sweet Pumpkin went to the Rainbow Bridge and now that you're gone I have to deal with your passing with no other little furry buddy to help me through this most difficult time. It's been two days since you passed and I still hurt so bad. I had you over 15 years and I wanted you another 15 years not realizing that you were really struggling to hang on. I know the last year was tough with your chronic allergies and your eyes being so bad. I did my best trying to give you drops for your eyes but you were a little tough guy and wouldn't let me. I will miss all the fun times out in the boat, going camping, chasing the bunnies in the neighborhood while on our daily walks, going to the beach. I will miss the way you use to love licking my and Mommy's ear lobes and the sound of you breathing in our ears. I will miss the way you hopped up and down along side my recliner or bed wanting me to scoop you up and put you in my lapor bring you into bed because it was to high for you. You always looked like you had a big smile on your cute little face. Mommy and Grammy miss you so much too. I remember the day when your Grammy and I went to get you. You were so cute and I could not leave without you. Grammy fell in love with you then too. Grammy is going to miss all the walks around the pond chasing the ducks into the pond like you were some real big tough guy. You used to run on the sand bars like your were the fastest thing around, ears flopping in the wind. You used to dive right in the water after me and Mommy when we were snorkeling and were such a good swimmer.

I use to feel so bad when I would go away and have Grammy or Uncle Raymond watch you but when i returned you always were so happy to see me and made me feel good.

I will never forget you Pooley. I know you're with your sister Pumpkin running, playing and having no pain. I know Pumpkin is watching over you. We will see each other again. Pooley I love you and miss you so so much. I am so so sorry if you suffered during your last days. I know you loved us so much and we loved you so much to that it was so hard to let go. I look forward to the day when we can all be together again.
Gary HoganJupiter, FloridaMarch 10, 2020
Tech (aka Nino)
3/1/2010 - 3/8/2020Tech, my sweet sweet boy. Thank you for your companionship all these years, for coming into our lives and blessing it with your gentle spirit. I love you and miss you more than any belly rub, kiss or hug can ever show. You are my angel and will live on forever in my heart. The best big brother to Sofie and Cami.
I promise to never ever forget you, your smell, your beautiful eyes and your shiny golden coat, the way you snored when you slept so profoundly. Never will I forget your love for rolling on the earth and soaking up the sun nor will I forget your sweet smile when I rubbed your belly, it was everything I needed after a long day.
I miss our walks. I miss the sound of your steps on the wooden floors. I miss your breathing late at night when all is quiet. There’s a big empty space at home, the space that was yours, as big and empty as the void that’s left inside of me. Techy, when you left you took a peace of me with you and now life will never be the same. You were the best most obedient boy, there will never be another like you.
Until we meet again my precious boy.
Love you always.
Veronica VillenaRoyal Palm Beach, FloridaMarch 10, 2020
Ella (cinderella) Dewey
4/23/2007 - 3/7/2020“If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die, I want to go where they went.” - Will Rogers
It was with deep sadness that Bill and I said goodbye to our beautiful Ella this past Saturday morning. She was in our home, on "the big crate", with her favorite blanket and both of us next to her. Through an incredibly compassionate and dignified program called Lap of Love, we found a vet to assist her to leave our lives peacefully.
Ella was diagnosed with subcutaneous lymphoma last Tuesday...we had plans to begin chemo but Wednesday she suffered a massive seizure. She spent 2 nights at the ER vet center, while there suffering a second seizure. She had lost use of her legs, her breathing was severely compromised, and we are not certain she could see us. We brought her home to have a final day with us in familiar surroundings. We know in our hearts that she was hanging on to give US closure and to give Eliza a chance to FaceTime with her to say goodbye.
Our hearts are filled with grief & emptiness. She was the 4th Dewey girl, Bill's loyal office companion, and my secret food buddy. She touched so many lives with her endearing eyes & gentle spirit. She was the perfect gift to our family.
"Our pets leave paw prints on our hearts and we are forever changed."
Mary DeweyLas Vegas, NevadaMarch 10, 2020