Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/1/2004 - 2/20/2021Will always be in my heartFran CahillLowell, MassachusettsFebruary 22, 2021
6/1/2006 - 2/12/2021My beautiful, kind, and silly boy, Bogey. I knew you were meant for me the moment I laid eyes on you. You were my constant companion for 14 1/2 wonderful years and I am thankful for every sweet memory that we made. I know that saying goodbye was the best decision....but it was incredibly hard. You were tired and it was time. I know you are now running around with your buddies that ran up the path ahead of you. I will catch up with you one day, my sweet boy. I love you forever and always.Amy HagyDurham, North CarolinaFebruary 22, 2021
9/11/2002 - 2/19/2021Chevy you were so loved and we miss you a ton. It’s so sad not having you around anymore but we know you are free of pain and enjoying your life over the Rainbow Bridge. We were so blessed to have 18 years and 4 months with you. You were a great hunter and loved bringing me presents which I did not appreciate. You were family to us and I will always have many great memories of you. Until we meet again. Love you Chevy Boy. ♥️😘😺♥️Mary PriolaVilla Park, IllinoisFebruary 22, 2021
Sir Bentley Juneau
8/10/1999 - 2/20/2021Sir Bentley had a very long joyous life full of love, lizard chasing and wonderful people.

Sir Bentley is survived by his mother, Nancy Cabrera, his sister, Kelley Juneau and his nephew Emperor Butterball. He was truly loved by all that met him including Miss Dixie.

He will be missed...
Kelley JuneauTampa, FloridaFebruary 22, 2021
Coco Foro
12/9/2007 - 2/20/2021Dear pretty girl Coco. Thank you for being my gift from God and for 13 years giving me so much happiness sometimes I thought I would burst. You always did things your way while still being a sweet little girl.

I’ll miss you every minute and could never forget you. You are in my heart always.

Thank you for the honor of resting your head on my chest before you took your final breath so that you could hear my heartbeat and know just how much I love you
Madge ForoClermont, FloridaFebruary 22, 2021
5/10/2004 - 2/20/2021Brutus was truly my soul mate and best friend. How lucky am I to have had the past 16, almost 17 years with such an amazing soul. I think the more we let love into our hearts the harder it is to say goodbye. Brutus loved unconditionally. Our hearts are broken but I am thankful to have had such a rich love in my life to feel such deep pain. Brutus loved the sunshine, going on adventures, running, and playing. We will keep all the great memories alive and we will be together again.Michelle PeckWEBSTER, New YorkFebruary 22, 2021
3/25/2007 - 2/20/2021Bayou was 10 months old when we got him from the Norfolk SPCA. He was a spunky dog who liked to play tug and liked playing fetch for 15 minutes every night at 10:00 p.m. He would lick John's feet every evening and loved marshmallows and gummies (which we finally stopped giving him after he kept throwing up). He could only eat salmon food and sweet potato treats, and boy did he love those treats! He would stand by the cabinet and look up every time he came inside. He would try to trick us sometimes and pretend to want to go outside and then go straight to the cabinet.

He had the best sniffer, too. He loved sniffing around the perimeter of the yard and always foraged in the kitchen and on the living room floor. He liked making friends with the dogs next door, too, and he didn't mind when kids wanted to pet him. He loved people.

He didn't like it when John wrestled with the kids and would bark loudly to tell him to stop. He would always try to make friends with the pizza delivery driver because who doesn't like a good pizza?

He also enjoyed staring out the door to watch people and dogs walking by. He wanted to be friends with everyone and was so sweet. When he was young, he would dart out the door and we'd have to chase him down the block. He was a fast runner! As he aged, he would walk outside with us and down to the mailbox to sniff it. Sometimes he would sit outside with John while John was working. And he would wait outside the bedroom door for me to come out. His favorite place was laying on the tile in the sun at the front door.

He loved walking (until his hips hurt too much) and would drag us down the street for the first mile, as we dragged him back home for the second mile. Sara would try to get him to kiss her and he would often turn his head. Sometimes she would get lucky and he would give her a kiss. Bayou would hang out with Daniel as he played video games in the den and try to sneak whatever he was eating.

After Sara and Daniel each moved out, he would walk down the hall to the their bedrooms to look for them. When John had knee surgery and then returned to work, Bayou would walk down the hallway wondering where he was. And every night, he would look down the hallway at John as John headed to bed.

Before his hips and legs became weak, he would come to me on the couch every night and want to get scratches on his haunches. He loved that.

And he sure did shed! So much hair! While most labs love water, Bayou didn't. He once ran away from the ocean at the beach. And he was our Labrador non-retriever. Haha. He didn't much like playing fetch but enjoyed wrestling and tug.

When he didn't want to do something, he used to go "foof." So we used to say we were "foofin" hot or make up words like "foofin taters." We used to sing "Gonna Bayou a drink" to him and called him stinky dog, tinky, dog dog, toonk, and doggy day. He really did infiltrate every area of our lives and we loved him for it.

Making the decision to say goodbye to Bayou was the hardest decision we've ever made. He was the best dog ever.
Anita MonroeVirginia Beach, VirginiaFebruary 22, 2021
1/15/2006 - 2/5/2021Joey was a great friend. God sent him into my life just 4 months after I lost my best friend Troy. God is truly the God of the brokenhearted then, and He still heals hearts now.Jacqueline MannWashington, DC, District of ColumbiaFebruary 21, 2021
10/15/2011 - 2/14/2021Sweet baby Rudy, you left us for that beautiful meadow outside the Rainbow Bridge exactly one week ago. We still see you and hear you everywhere we turn in the house, but then, you’re not here. The grief comes in waves now, but we know that we made the final loving decision to make sure you no longer have any pain, but that hardly makes it easier when all we want to do is reach out and grab your scruff, boop your nose, kiss you and tell you how much we love you. I hope you know how much you mean to us and to our family. I can’t believe how lucky we were to be able to make so many memories with you, how much joy and happiness you brought - it’s truly immeasurable. Your fun and loving personality will be unrivaled. Like your mom and I told you when you became our guardian angel, please come visit us and your brother as often as you can, until we meet again - we love you more than you can imagine.

- Mommy , Daddy (Paula and Brandon) and brother Jake
Brandon and Paula ScaturroOakton, VirginiaFebruary 21, 2021
11/25/2004 - 2/18/2021Bella was an amazing dog...we decided to get her when our black lab Dixie was eight years old. Dixie had a bit of a weight issue most likely due to her parents possibly spoiling her a little too much. Once those two bonded they did everything together and Dixie even dropped the extra weight...those two went everywhere together. We took them on our vacations and the walks I can't even imagine trying to figure out how many miles we logged. When Dixie passed it was Bella who was there...she kept me from falling apart. I had just lost our 16 year old dog but at least I still had her...and I am so lucky that she came into our lives. She was the type of dog that people would love to have she never barked, she loved to go for walks and she was extremely loyal. She was also stubborn and at times experienced a little bit of anxiety...some people even commented that she was just like me! I must have done something right with her too cause just like Dixie she lived to be 16 and I honestly think she would have lived longer if only her body didn't start to fail her. The biggest difference this time around is Bella was our only dog so our house seems really empty now. I know we did the right thing but it was probably the most difficult decision I have ever had to make. The only thing I can do is tell myself that my girls are together again and that they are happy and free of pain. I love you free my sweet girl.Erica AubinLexington, South CarolinaFebruary 21, 2021