Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/13/2006 - 12/31/2020Nikki was not really my dog he was my companion. He was by my side for 15 years. Even people who are afraid of animals loved him. Everyone says their dog is special but he really ones. You could look into his eyes and see the love of God.I think that is why God gave him to me. I long ago forgot how to love and when Nikki came into my live he opened my heart up. He taught me how to love again. I am lost without him. I look for you everywhere hoping to see your spirit. You will always be in my heart. Wait for me at the bridge.Dianne LeDucFairfax, VirginiaJanuary 10, 2021
5/6/2011 - 1/5/2021Emma,
You couldn't wait to go on our walks. Hundreds of miles we shared together. Through the woods, down the winding trails, around the lake or to the Huron river bridge. Island Lake Recreation Area was your backyard. Keeping an eye on the squirrels and birds while patrolling the yard. You would be right there to help us eat our dinner. You sure loved chicken, popcorn and the occasional Nutter Butter cookie. You were the queen, we loved to spoil you. So many, many great memories. On January 5th 2021, you ran across the Rainbow Bridge. Just can't say how much we're going to miss you, with your energetic spirit. Now you can run free with Rocky, who was waiting for you. RIP Emma.
Al & Sherry GapskeBrighton, MichiganJanuary 10, 2021
1/15/2008 - 1/9/2021The very sweetest, most loving dog we’ve ever had. I will so miss his cuddles and kisses. I’ll miss him barking at me to lift him into my chair when we were hanging out at night. I will miss his wiggly butt when he wagged his tail and his little smooshed up face. Gosh he was so loved.Sara MagounBethpage, TennesseeJanuary 10, 2021
9/17/2017 - 1/7/2021Lady was the light of our lives. She was such sweet, loving soul who always made sure you knew she felt that way. We were so lucky to have such an incredible cat that made a huge impact on us. Lady was full of sass and personality, which made her feel more human than cat. She was our serendipity.

You were a source of happiness and love every time we came home. Our greatest memories of you were when time slowed down and we could all cuddle on the couch as a family. We love and miss you sweet Lady girl. There is a void in our hearts and in our home that won't ever be full again. We take solace in the fact that you are now at peace and no longer in pain. We hope that you are up there on the Rainbow Bridge playing and running around like the Lady we were used to.

Until we meet again.

"How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard"
Angela PuliceChicago, IllinoisJanuary 10, 2021
5/17/2004 - 1/6/2021Sophie was more than just a dog, Sophie has been my rock since day 1. Sophie came into my life in 2004, and from that day forward she saw me through the worst of days and the best of days. Often times, I am not sure how I would have gotten through some of the tough times without her. She lived a wonderful life, a life that I am grateful that I got to be a part of. Thank you, Sophie for loving me and being the best dog a girl could ask for. I hope you are in Heaven eating endless pig ears and playing non-stop fetch with your toys and tennis balls and bringing it closer to everyone that "can't reach it". Filet Mignon dinners for eternity my sweet pup. I will love and miss you forever! Until we meet again...LIsa PerilloLong Island, New YorkJanuary 10, 2021
2/24/2012 - 10/24/2020May your afterlife be as joyful as it was here on earth with me.Brian PellerinoWest End, North CarolinaJanuary 10, 2021
7/8/2005 - 1/2/2021Max - While you're not physically with us anymore, you will always be in our hearts! You were such a blessing in our lives. We will never forget our sweet boy - We Love You Forever Max!

Mom and Dad
Jonathan PeisnerCedar Park, TexasJanuary 10, 2021
Django Yellowdog-wilson
1/16/2009 - 1/7/2021Django was the greatest dog. Everyone who ever met him loved him and remarked about what a good boy he was. All he ever wanted was to please everyone around him and make them happy. He loved balls, sticks, swimming , hiking camping and going for walks and car rides. His favorite inactive pastime was watching his mommy cook, read, go to the bathroom or really whatever else she may have been doing. He always greeted people with a smile a wag, and a toy. He took up the huge majority of our bed and snored like a sailor. He had velvet ears and his feet smelled like fritos. He had a dance call the puppy shuffle and He would do the puppy shuffle and gently poke me with his nose when he wanted me to wake up and let him out or feed him. He is deeply DEEPLY missed and we will carry him in our hearts forever.Bari RudolphCollegeville, PennsylvaniaJanuary 10, 2021
5/6/2012 - 1/4/2021Everybody that came into contact with Hemi had a smile on their face. I even had some friends who weren’t fans of dogs, but would always say how much they liked him. This dog 100% loved anybody and everybody. He definitely taught me how to love and accept people for who they are no matter what. I am 38 years old and I can say the 8 and a half years that Hemi was with me were the best years of my life. I couldn’t have asked for a better dog.Rick FalvoMurrysville, PennsylvaniaJanuary 9, 2021
6/13/2006 - 1/2/2021ARES
Unconditional Love & Joy
Your memory in our hearts
We love you and miss you
Kamillah ConnollyBowie, MarylandJanuary 9, 2021