Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/1/2004 - 1/3/2020Our beloved Lhasa Apso Gizmo went to the Rainbow Bridge on Friday 01/03/2020.
Thanks to Lap of Love and Dr. Annie, for your compassion in making your last day so dignified and respectful. This really helped us through this difficult time.
You were the best dog, giving us your unconditional love for the last 15 years. We both loved you so much.
Your loyalty, fierce independence, intelligence and strong character will be deeply missed.
We will always remember you giving us the tap on the leg so you could snuggle with us, playing with your toys, going for walks and snuggling in your bed.
We will miss you always and remember the joy you brought to us every day.
Brian and Glenn MacNeil
Mount Dora, Florida
Brian MacNeilMount Dora, FloridaFebruary 9, 2020
3/13/2010 - 2/6/2020My sweetest Poosey girl. You gave us everything and more these past 10 years. My protector, the kids favorite playmate and my best friend. You were the light in some of my darkest days. The sweetest, most loving and gentle girl. We were blessed to have you for as long as we did even though it could never be long enough. You will always be my first born, my best girl and my bestest friend. Missing you forever.Jenny MartoneRochester, New YorkFebruary 9, 2020
10/9/2006 - 2/5/2020Our Selene, our first baby, our little piglet was a spunky puggle who we will forever cherish in our hearts. She loved to be in the middle of everything and was always ready for food. She was in our lives since she was a baby and lived a long, spoiled life; yet her 13 years with us will never feel like enough. She was given peace on a beautiful day, cuddled in her favorite blanket on the chair she would always perch on for naps. Our girl loved food and enjoyed a cheeseburger and ice cream that afternoon and laid in the yard, nose in the air enjoying the sun. It was a perfect day to give her the peace as she so deserved after her lifetime of being such a wonderful member of our family. We can’t thank Dr. Nil enough for helping us say goodbye and give our baby peace in the comfort of our home surrounded by so much love. While her loss leaves such a huge void in our lives, we are comforted knowing she is free, without pain and was given her angel wings in the comfort of her home.Melissa KensrueLand O Lakes, FloridaFebruary 8, 2020
1/31/2005 - 2/7/2020Beloved shadow and faithful friend, Chacras gave more love than I could ever imagine for 15 years.Tiffany HIndian Trail, North CarolinaFebruary 8, 2020
10/30/2015 - 2/7/2020Tramp was the best boy. He was my baby and I miss him so much. I know he is in a place where the pain is over but mine is so deep with tramp not here. Love you forever my baby boy.

Cheryl CauffmanLas Vegas, NevadaFebruary 8, 2020
1/1/2007 - 2/3/2020My best friend and companion for the last five years, thank you, Agnes, for coming into my life and bringing such joy and comfort to me. You were the best travel partner! In the past 5 years you visited:
Lawrence, KS
Des Moine, IA
Some small town in Nebraska
Englewood, CO
Corrales, NM
Phoenix, AZ
San Diego, CA
Centennial, CO
You learned how to swim and went to the beach; ate at a restaurant on the boardwalk of the San Diego pier and slept in posh Hiltons across the mid-west. You hiked in Colorado and Iowa and Arizona and were always up for the adventure. My life is so empty without you but my heart is full of the love and joy you so easily shared with me. Safe journey on, my friend. I love you.
Karen MainPhoenix, ArizonaFebruary 8, 2020
8/18/2011 - 8/2/2019Jadolina, you were the best friend our family could ask for. We love you so much and know that you’ll never be forgotten. The joy you’ve brought us can’t ever be erased or topped and we wish you could be here today, but we are relieved that you are no longer in pain. We hope you are feeling better and happy in heaven. Goodbye babygirl, we love you so much.Rose KatriSão Paulo, New JerseyFebruary 8, 2020
3/17/2005 - 2/2/2020My dear Oreo, who was always our Hunnie Hunnie. Our handsome tuxedo man... There are no words to express the ache and emptiness of my heart without you to come home to. It was always your world and we were just living in it. It's not the same without you. Who will tell me what time to get up for breakfast, when to put the ice in your water, or yell at me when you decided it was time for bed?! Oh how I miss you sleeping by my feet.... I miss you supervising me while I'm doing work on the computer, then turning around and find you doing cuteness on the bed. The house is so empty and quiet without your presence. I hope you're running around with Nala and Kimba and you're with Grandma and Poppy. You fought so hard all your life, from the time they found you by a dumpster as a kitten, to your back surgery, to all of your stomach & cancer problems, you can finally be pain free and at peace. Letting you go was the hardest thing I will ever do.
I will miss you until we are together again.
You will be in my heart forever!
Jennifer O'ConnorCedar Knolls, New JerseyFebruary 8, 2020
Trace Jones
10/31/2014 - 2/5/2020“He died that day because his body had served its purpose. His soul had done what it was supposed to do, learned what it came to learn, and then was free to leave.”

Trace, traceman, trick D, handsome boy, tricky, trick, he had a billion nicknames but was most known as Jaymeson Jones best friend and my little buddy. He was the sweetest dog, kindest, weirdest dog I’ve ever known. He was huge but loved to be your lap dog and was scared of everything. He had the biggest softest ears like dumbo. He would sit with me for hours and watch me do homework. He knew when I was sad, lonely, frustrated, mad, or when I just needed a chest to lay on. He was the best. Our house is so empty and we will miss him greeting us when we get home and the hound like howl he did until we said okay trace that’s enough. My heart is so heavy. He left an imprint on our hearts and our family will never forget him. I asked him to come find us in another life and to watch over his girl and protect her. That promise I know he will keep 💔
Carrie JonesNicholasville, KentuckyFebruary 8, 2020
11/15/2004 - 1/30/2020Our faithful, patient, beloved Rooney -- you brought such light and laughter to our lives as our companion in adventure. It is so hard to believe that you are gone; we find ourselves anticipating your inquisitive, padding entry into the kitchen as we are making dinner, your squirming to get under the table during dinner, your absolute trusting nature that we wouldn't trip over you while you laid in front of the oven. We miss our daily wildlife "yard patrols", the hours spent contentedly sniffing the cacophony of smells from the back deck, your tail wags and kisses when we came home (or when you wanted what was on our plates). We miss your gentle snoring at night, the silky tips of your ears, the soft fur of your chest, and your stretches and dog smile when we couldn't help but cuddle you and invade your "dog space" because you were just so cute. We built our travels around dog-friendly adventures -- backpacking, hiking, our daily dune romps during our ten years in coastal NC. The house is just so so empty without taught us to experience every big and small thing in our world, and leave a huge empty space in our lives. We know we did the right thing at the right time for you, even if it is so hard for us. Rest in peace, Rooney -- we love you three thousand. xoxoxo, michelle & scottMichelle DuvalWest Chester, PennsylvaniaFebruary 8, 2020