Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Emmitt "Smith" Richardson
9/5/2006 - 12/28/2020When you find your soulmate, they will give you so many “best days” of your life, but also one of the worst. Today was the worst. December 28, 2020, at 3:50 PM – the moment that your heart stopped, and mine kept beating. 💔 Emmitt. Emmy. Ermy-dermy. Original Gangster. My soul pup. My heart dog. My vintage forever puppy. My favorite little spoon. My obnoxious baby boy. My sidekick. My partner in crime. Straight up Basshole. Baby before baby. 👶

Emmitt was more than a dog. He was a special family member. Everyone who ever met him grew to adore him because he would force his love on them, or just go make himself at home and curl up under the covers in their bed. 🛏 Mine and Emmitt’s bond was one of a kind, that special, once in a lifetime love. 💕 Emmitt was my party animal in high school, he was my rock throughout college, my partner in crime through countless adventures, vacations, and moves. Emmitt has surpassed everything I thought he could have lived to experience. As a puppy, we thought he would only have a few years of a happy life due to his deformed little legs, yet he grew strong little muscular legs and blew everyone’s minds! 💪 I only dreamed Emmitt would be there to see me walk down the aisle then to be the bestest big brother to our baby. He was there by my side through each experience to prove everyone wrong.

Because of you, Emmitt, my days were filled with laughter. I truly learned to stop and smell the flowers; mostly because your walk was at a snail’s pace. 🌻 You may have always perfected that perfect puppy dog sad eyed face, but with that pendulum of a tail, you were always a party in the back! 🥳 You showed me the joy in living and the simple art of living. You showed me nothing but unconditional love and how to be strong and tough. You taught me about life and the greatness of sacrifice. Emmitt, you wreaked so much havoc, incited so much laughter, and comforted me in so many difficult moments. 14 years with you was not nearly enough time together. In reality, no amount of time would have ever been enough. I truly loved you more and more each day you were alive. I loved you your whole life, and I will miss you for the rest of mine. 💙 I hope you felt like I did everything I could for you, because you truly did everything you could for me, and I cannot thank you enough. I am honored to have been your mommy. I know Grandpa will love you to pieces and is going to take great care of you, and Grandma Betty will make sure you are well fed and so incredibly loved. Fly free Emmy – you were simply perfection. You were always an angel in my eyes, today you just gained a set of wings to go along with the invisible halo you always wore. 👼 There are not enough words I could put down on paper to describe how much I will miss you. I will meet you at the rainbow bridge one day. 🌈 Run free and scream at the top of your lungs my handsome man of my life.
Courtney RichardsonCharlotte, North CarolinaJanuary 3, 2021
2/17/2004 - 1/2/2021Chachi you were my first doggie as an adult I had almost 17 wonderful years being your mommy. You are such a beautiful blue boy chihuahua. You protected me. Licked away my tears in bad times and slept by me for years you were my comfort my joy I loved you and will always love you my beautiful boy. Rest in heaven until we meet again and i believe we will!! Missing you terribly house is not the same now but you r I'm my heart . Forever!Tracey LimingAvon, IndianaJanuary 3, 2021
Misty Puter Butt
12/20/2006 - 1/2/2021Oh Puter are so missed....Hoping Chaussie and Willow met you at the bridge to show you the ropes...we Love you and you will always be in our Hearts...Its not goodbye but see you soon....Kathleen Hardison - RidgewayPeoria, ArizonaJanuary 3, 2021
Cooper Biba
5/31/2013 - 12/29/2020We had to say goodbye to our handsome sweet boy Cooper, who we will love and miss forever.  Always a tail wag and a kiss (that he would sneak in) to make you smile or give you a paw when you’re feeling blue.  I am grateful to have spent every day with him.  He brought such joy to everyone who ever knew or met him.  He is resting now and running with the big dogs.  Rest in peace my sweet boy.  We love you.Beverly and Frank BibaAnnapolis, MarylandJanuary 3, 2021
Bitty Boy
2/2/2006 - 1/1/2021In loving memory of Bitty Boy

The hole and emptiness that is left in our life and in our hearts is immense. He would always be at the door to greet us at the door, waiting patiently to get picked up, loved on and held like a child parent picking them up when they return home for the day. He was a daddy’s boy and would sit on top of the couch starting at the front door waiting for his daddy to walk in the door. I was fortunate enough to have spent the last three weeks with him every night with him sleeping with me. The house feels empty and quite even with nine other dogs. They miss him too. He was the ruler of the house. He gave us 15 years of unconditional love and lived a great life. We miss you so much as you will be forever in our hearts.
Jacqueline ParkerLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 3, 2021
2/29/2012 - 1/2/2021Last night we said goodbye to our sweet Stella. Cancer is incredibly cruel, but she was remarkably brave through every vet visit and treatment. Forever wouldn't be long enough, but we are so grateful for the 8+ years together.

RIP baby girl, heaven is waiting with squirrels, rabbits and racoons as far as the eye can see. We will always love you, Mommy, Daddy and Fonzie.
Lydia FeatheringillWesterville, OhioJanuary 3, 2021
2/1/2013 - 1/1/2021Daffi left the world the same way she lived. Peaceful and wagging her tail. She brought love and companionship to my dad in his final years. You will be missed sweetie. I hope you are back on his lap again.Ruth WilkeningRochester, MichiganJanuary 3, 2021
Minnie “meme” Thomas
3/16/2007 - 1/1/2021To know Minnie is to know an earth angel.

She loved chasing squirrels and getting belly rubs. She hated getting wet. Her favorite food was rabbit (or bacon since she scarfed an entire packet before passing). She began life scared of bridges, skateboards and frogs. She never lost fear of loud alarm sounds, smells of smoke or drainage grates.

Her essence in two words were courage and patience. This is what she emanated. She was the quiet but adventurous type. She always tried no matter what and without fuss. That’s the same way she left.

She gave me 13 wonderful years. My perfect love - a rescue from the Houston Texas Humane Society on Alameda Road and my only regret is I didn’t find her sooner.

I wish I could give her the epitaph she deserves but it’s too hard write past my grief. My hope is this is enough and it reverberates my love into the heavens where I pray she waits.

Be at peace my sweet.
Brittany ThomasPleasanton, CaliforniaJanuary 3, 2021
1/20/2011Racer was the best pup, friend, companion and lil brother anyone could of had!
Beautiful ,strong and stoic... he was a fixture in our front yard! Always greeting the neighbors, children , post man ,, trash men and delivery people!
He just LOVED people!
Maria WildLanghorne, PennsylvaniaJanuary 3, 2021
Ozzie Pugsbourne
5/13/2006 - 1/2/2021My sweet Angel, first love and best friend crossed the rainbow bridge today. Ozzie means the world to me, He taught me so many things. we were always there for each other when we needed one another the most. I have been blessed to be his momma. My heart is so broken and my house feels so empty without his his sweet snorts and sneezes and his loveable kisses. Mommy loves you Oz Pawz forever and always. To everyone that ever got the pleasure to meet ozzie they loved and adored him!. Mommy loves you so much♥️

I will miss your sweet morning kisses Ozzie and you jumping on the side of my bed in the morning so you could go potty outside! Your sweet snores ans sneezes! You were my best friend snd will always be my number 1 baby. Fly high my angel life willl never be the same without you l. Mommy loves you forever and always!
Alesha TrippLake point, UtahJanuary 3, 2021