Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Zelda
11/20/2008 - 1/24/2020What can I say? You're a people dog, not one mean bone in your body. Wedge yourself between anyone's legs and sit back, almost making the person fall backwards. Your goofy personality- jumping in front of tv when an animal is on screen, chasing my son Nate around the house playing tag, playing peek a boo between walls before tackling Match or trying to trip Storm with your paws. Nipping at bubbles, pop balloons, throw yourself on Matt or my stomaches and flop your chin on our faces. I can go on and on.... you had gone through so much in less than a year with diabetes. Tolerating all the insulin needles like a pro. Survived a severe bout of pancreatitis that nearly took you, and now cancer (hemangiosarcoma) was what you couldn't beat. Never losing your dignity in the end, your mind still there but your body couldnt handle it. I will NEVER forget you.

Rest in peace Zelda, till we see you again.
Ashley GoyetteFishers, IndianaJanuary 25, 2020
Kiko
4/15/2005 - 1/24/2020My sweet Kiko passed peacefully yesterday. He beat all the odds by surviving nearly 19 months after being diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma. He suffered from seizures and old age and the sweetest personality and spirit and dog could ever have. My heart will always hold him close, as close as we were for our beautiful 15 years together. Thank you Kiko for all the wonderful memories.Cassidi LugoTampa, FloridaJanuary 25, 2020
Austin
10/18/2020 - 12/29/2020Austin was a mama's boy for sure but dad was a close second. He was a very affectionate little boy. We were so fortunate to have had him 14 years. He had congested heart failure for the last few years but it got the best of him the last month of his life. He will be missed terribly, the house is very quiet without him.Debra McElroyDebra McElrooy, VirginiaJanuary 25, 2020
Sugie
4/15/2004 - 1/24/2020Sugie bear is now in Heaven running and playing with all of our other pets we ever had. She picked me out at 6 weeks old out of 5 other siblings. She was such a joy in our life along with all of our other babies. It is always such a hard and difficult decision to make when it is there time but they do let you know when they are ready and when God is waiting for them. Thank you Sugie for all of the wonderful memories we shared and for picking me to be your ever loving Mommy. We love you my beautiful little Sugie bear princess. Thank you Dr. Nikki for helping me put Sugie at peace.Peter and Kimberly Rowleydauphin, PennsylvaniaJanuary 25, 2020
Scrapper
3/8/2005 - 1/22/2020WE MADE SURE OF IT You were created to enjoy the life you were given, and that you did. We made sure of it You’re gone now, and what hurts the most is waking up and not saying you’re name. It was a joy and a privilege to take care of you, but you took care of us as well. Making us laugh when we needed to laugh, being there when we were hurting, somehow knowing that you’re warm affection would bring us comfort. There are fewer things to do now, leaving a void that we know, in time, will be filled with beautiful picture memories of your rich and happy life. Our wish was for you to take your last breath in familiar surroundings, feeling safe and loved right down to the end, and that you did. We made sure of it.Dawn and Jeff BradburyMenifee, CaliforniaJanuary 25, 2020
Mya
11/2/2003 - 1/22/2020We lost our beloved little girl on Wednesday. Mya has crossed the Rainbow Bridge and playing with Koda now. She will be deeply missed. We love you Mya!Charles PflegerQuakertown, PennsylvaniaJanuary 25, 2020
Peyton
6/18/2006 - 1/19/2020I dearly miss my best friend... For over thirteen years Peyton was the best dog I could have ever had. Peyton was a rescue/shelter dog, however I think he rescued me. We grew up together in a way, during our time together we went through numerous chapters of life. No matter what we were going through, Peyton and I always had each other. It's very hard experiencing my new chapter of life without him, however I know he's in a better place and I'll see him again one day.Ashley GoberKnoxville, TennesseeJanuary 25, 2020
Skylar
3/24/2020 - 1/23/2020Skylar lost her will to go on yesterday..we called Lap of Love and helped her gain her wings.
Even though my heart is broken I feel so blessed to have had this amazing dog in my life.
Having a pet with this diabetes can humble you QUICKLY with the constant schedule, shots, testing and everything else that goes along. I am so sad our journey is over, but it was the best almost 14 yrs to have such a loving companion .
Skylar was truly “one of a kind“ with many quirks, one being she had to drink from white crock bowl because she was afraid of her shadow in a stainless water bowl.
Her favorite human was Daddy, she was his Baby Girl and she embraced that role throughout her life.
I will miss you Skylar forever. Thank you for coming into my life and the everlasting memories.
Till we meet again my heart will never quite be the same.
Cynda CroisdaleWilson, New YorkJanuary 25, 2020
Miss Kitty
7/27/2004 - 1/22/2020In lasting loving memory of Miss Kitty. You were such a sweet angel. You truly were a perfect cat.

We love you so much.
Rob WPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJanuary 24, 2020
Mina The Baby Dragon Girl Dog
8/14/2011 - 1/20/2020Our sweet girl Mina. I rescued her from the streets in California. I walked out of work one day and there was this tiny brown dog running down a busy street. I bent down and said, "Come here little puppy." She came at me full run and jumped in my lap like she knew me. That was it. I was in love. She was a sweet talkative girl. She loved everyone. Everywhere we went, she would roll over on her back and wait for the belly rubs. She loved going with her fur family to the L.A. River and playing in the water, Lowes, the pet store, and especially Wendy's or Dairy Queen for french fries and ice cream. Most of all she loved us, her humans. Her love never failed. Even when she didn't feel good. She was a sweet as could be. I have never had a dog so dedicated to me and my family. She was the one that would come running to the door when we got home, huge smile on her face and her whole body would wag with that strong tail of hers. She was our princess and she got treated as such. She had to have her own bed that the boys could not get on and she had to have her own water bowl. She was a lady. She was never pushy, if I threw a treat to her and it went past her, she would just let the other doggies get it and wait for another treat. She was the best and I miss her so much. We gave her the very best life. I made a commitment to that sweet girl the day I saved her. I stayed true to my word to her and I think she knew it. I saved her and many times over she saved me. I want to thank Dr. Regan and Lap of Love for helping us through the very hard time. I have zero guilt about how we handled Mina's last days. She was at home with her whole family surrounding her, in her own bed and I was right there with her when she drifted off to sleep. Dr. Regan was so kind and caring, he helped us through everything, explained everything perfectly. I am forever grateful for you. I know Mina is. First thing she did when Dr. Regan knelt next to her bed, was lick his face. I miss her every minute, but I know that she is chasing all the squirrels she can and is laying on her back in the sun. Two of her very favorite things to do.Sandi McAughtyWhite House, TennesseeJanuary 24, 2020