Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Titan
10/31/2007 - 1/8/2021Titan was definitely my best friend. We always joke in our family and say we come second to food. He had a love for food that was out of control and even up until the last day he was with us he was still begging. He smiled so big, and always kept his puppy eyes. He had the best sense of humor and loved to make us laugh. Our home feels so empty without him and he will forever be missed. Dr. Elizabeth Merchant Came to our home and helped out boy make his transition. She was so gentle and empathetic. I’m so glad we were able to choose this route and she was chosen for our family during this difficult time. She answered all of our questions, she sat on the floor with the animals on their level and got to know his history before he was in eternal peace. She cried with us, lightened the mood when it was appropriate and we even had a good laugh together telling stories about Titan. If you're in the Tampa area I highly recommend her. It really does take a special person to do this line of work and I’m certain she is in her calling. We traded his physical pain for our emotional pain. Thank you again Dr. Merchant!!Jackie MaherApollo Beach, FloridaJanuary 12, 2021
Trey
8/5/2007 - 1/11/2021You were my favorite hello and my hardest goodbyeBrandon ManningDickinson, TexasJanuary 12, 2021
Lil'ley
11/25/2005 - 1/11/2021For our loving and happy yellow lab, Lil'Ley came to live with us when she was five months old, May 2006 a month after we lost our first lab, Bagley. She was our other lab Wyeth's partner until he passed away at age 11. She's been our niece Jada's best friend who came to live with us at age 10 and she helped us all raise puppy Rosie who arrived in January, 2016 at eight weeks old. Lil'Ley blessed us with happiness and love for 15 years. Thank you Lil'Ley. You will live on in our hearts.
Here is a video we made in memory of her beautiful and long life. You can copy and paste the link to see.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UQ4MfuFxr8
Randee FoxSammamish, WashingtonJanuary 12, 2021
Lily
4/1/2006 - 1/11/2021In memory of Lily. She was the epitome of the perfect rescue dog. Happy for her life and always smiling !Ann SheahanSt Augustine, FloridaJanuary 12, 2021
Lexy
2/14/2007 - 1/9/2021She was a great dog and a wonderful friend. She will be missed forever.Nicole DealIndianapolis, IndianaJanuary 12, 2021
Leonard
1/4/2017 - 1/2/2021Those who knew Leonard know he made quite an impression! Overall, that baby boy helped us learn lessons in empathy, patience, the value of community, and the importance of knowing limitations. Even after a very rough life, he was able to trust and to love. He's in our hearts now and forever.Dana and Jason Wiggins and ShepherdAugusta, GeorgiaJanuary 12, 2021
Blaze
10/25/2005 - 1/11/2021Blaze was a sweet loving caring funny smart dog, even at 16years old he would learn new tricks, everyone he every met he showed them so much love and joy. He touched my heart in a way I will cherish forever.Ashley HeliinLake worth, FloridaJanuary 12, 2021
Bella
7/2/2011 - 1/11/2021Our sweet “Bella” aka “Bossy” aka “BeeWee” is with the angels now. She put up a really good fight for herself and for her daddies. She’s been on palliative care for a while but her suffering has come to an end. She is at peace now and is with angels who came before her and watch over nick and I ...Liberty, maverick, Brittany and Bevo!

Bella was waiting for us when we moved to Florida on July 29th 2011, born just a few weeks before on July 11th. We were meant to find her and bring her home with us. She was destined to be her best self. We are lucky we did - she made us better humans, too. She was just 9-1/2 years old.

Losing a pet is so heartbreaking and especially when you know they would 100% choose to stay with you even through their own pain. She was diagnosed with lung cancer in December of 2019 and with intervention, she fought really hard. No matter the doctor or clinic for a torn ligement (she was so small), checkups, low sugar as baby or cancer treatments, she gave it her best and still behaved like a true angel. We are proud of her but our hearts hurt badly that she isn’t here today, physically.

She will always be in our hearts and we know she is at peace and watching over her earthly sister Sofia and making sure she isn’t naughty. 💕 🐾

Please say a little prayer so our baby girl Bella so she feels your love today, as she crosses over to heaven. All dogs go to heaven but Bella is surely at the front of the line. Especially if there are “greenies”!

We love you “Bella Marie Clembert” ❤️ and you’ll forever be in our hearts 💕
David SchubertFort myers, FloridaJanuary 12, 2021
Mandy Marie
4/10/2004 - 1/8/2021Mandy joined our family when she was an adorable puppy at 4 months. She was always full of the dickens! She loved to hang with the big dogs and enjoyed the thrill of the hunt chasing squirrels and even caught one once! She made sure to let the branches we trimmed while doing yard work that she was a force to be reckoned with! Never a girly-girl, she hated bows or anything like that. Mandy was the second half of the double-trouble duo of "Mandy and Tyler". Tyler preceeded Mandy over the rainbow Bridge and no doubt they are together again and into mischief!

Mandy was so loved and we miss her so much! She never missed a morsel of food that reached the floor regardless of what it was! She loved people but wasn't overly needy. She always did what she wanted and had us trained pretty well! Our lives are so different in the few days without her. Until we meet again our precious baby girl! We love and miss you so much! Tippy sends his love too. He looks for you every morning.
Sherri and Chris Kulow KulowOviedo, FloridaJanuary 12, 2021
Louie
7/8/2011Tribute to Louie

January 10, 2021 came too soon for our beloved Louie. I thought we’d have more time; I dreamed of forever with him. I’ve dreaded this since the day he joined our family, 9 1/2 years ago. My shadow, walking partner, emotional comfort, and cuddle bug, Louie will be forever in my heart.

I’m going to miss him more than I can even imagine...
His welcome-home greetings with his tail wagging so exuberantly that his bootie shook from side to side - whether I had been gone for 10 minutes or 10 days.
The way he’d jump up on the couch before I could even get into “napping position” to assume his spot in the crook of my legs.
His acute sense of smell searching for the hidden ball and the joy he got playing fetch in the backyard.
His roll on his back to surrender for a satisfying belly rub.
His fur everywhere - on my pants, in my mouth, on my food.
His on-the-minute 7am feed-me alarm clock every morning (well, maybe I won’t miss that).
The “what a beautiful dog” comments we’d get with each Iron Horse Trail walk - he’d strut his stuff with his “blond blockhead”, lustrous coat, and irresistible eyes.
The way he’d pose for the camera and then muzzle-shove the phone out of my hand when he wanted the attention.
His dives into the pool to play with the kids or catch a sinking ball, then traipsing in the house dripping wet and shake all over the freshly mopped and dried floors.
Our car rides and his demands to open the back window so he could take in all the smells.
His jumping up on the couch to squeeze himself into the 3-inch gap between Joe and me.
The instant response to hearing an apple getting sliced, knowing that the center core was reserved for him.
His paw nudge when I’d pause from petting him, up until his last moments with us.
The way he would surrender to his golden-sister Rosie’s playful antics and then allow her to cozy right up to lay like spoons.
His constantly wagging tail, until that fateful day in November, when it all changed.

Two months of watching him struggle day after day - the pain from the glaucoma, total vision loss, removal of his eye and an aggressive nasty cancer diagnosis - a heartbreaking last chapter. But he’s free now. Free to counter-surf and feast on all the chocolate candy, butter, corn on the cob, chicken bones, sugo, and Nothing Bundt Cakes that his heart desires. Free to chase balls again and swim with delight. Free to be Louie again. My love for him is eternal, even without him by my side. Thank you, God, for this gift of Louie. He has blessed our family and we will hold him in our hearts forever.
Dianna GallagherAlamo, CaliforniaJanuary 12, 2021