Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Jack And Lola
10/1/2005 - 1/23/2020Jack and Lola went to doggy heaven yesterday. Together they were my best buds while I was single for many years. My best friends. They peacefully went to sleep together and we will miss them.Jenny VogelsangFishers, IndianaJanuary 24, 2020
Arlo Rose
8/19/2004 - 1/20/2020Giver of all things rodent, and a true catnip banana aficionado. Arlo Rose was quite the character. As a result, her nickname was “nutball”. ❤️ Many thanks to Dr. Porta for making her passing stress-free in the comfort of her own home.Pat CorfmanSaline, MichiganJanuary 24, 2020
Terrance
2/14/2020 - 1/20/2020It is with a broken heart that we had to say goodbye to our sweet Terrance. He was one of the greatest loves of my life, and for 14 years he was my brave and loyal companion. We pray he is now free and doing what he did best - flirting with ladies, getting his belly rubbed, riding in the truck, running through the woods and streams and chasing squirrels. We hope to see you on the other side one day, my handsome, noble and beautiful boy. We miss you so much...Angie HarrisWears Valley, TennesseeJanuary 23, 2020
Ginger
1/14/2020I rescued my sweet Ginger when she was 10, I had just finished chemotherapy for breast cancer. She was my registered emotional support dog. She had not been cared for, had no hair and needed a lot of love and care. Together we grew our hair, got healthy and came back to life. I loved her so much, losing her was absolutely devastating.
Thank you sweet Ginger for giving me so much love, you will always have a special place in my heart.
Catie BrownTampa, FloridaJanuary 23, 2020
Isabella-bella-girlfriend
1/15/2020 - 1/21/2020Isabella was a sweet mellow chihuahua. She was one of six in our home and had a very special and unique personality. All our dogs have nick names and I called her “Girlfriend”.❤️Debbie MillerBoca Raton, FloridaJanuary 23, 2020
Emma
7/7/2016 - 1/1/2020Emma was such a sweet dog. She loved everyone. She would sit by our front door and just watch the neighborhood. Anytime she saw anyone, she would sit straight up and wag her tail. She would then look at us, and you could see in her face she wanted us to let her out so she could say hi. After she passed we received over a dozen of cards all from people who live in our neighborhood who Emma touched.Michael DevriesAmherst, New YorkJanuary 23, 2020
Aston
5/31/2007 - 1/21/2020Almost 12 1/2 years ago I rescued you, Aston. You were just one and had been living with a foster mom. From the day I picked you up until the day you went to heaven, you brought me such joy and love. You went through so many life-changing experiences with me over the 11+ years we shared together and many times you kept me going. Your paw print will be forever imprinted on my heart.

Rest in peace, my pretty girl.
Lynn BatesTampa, FloridaJanuary 23, 2020
Roscoe
10/7/2020 - 1/20/2020Roscoe this house is empty without you. You gave us so much joy for your 16 years with us. Saying goodbye was so hard, but I know you just couldn't fight anymore. I hope we made you as happy, as you made us. We love you buddy.Debbie ArnoldFENTON, MissouriJanuary 23, 2020
Oreo
8/1/2002 - 1/16/2020Oreo will be so missed. Thank you for bringing joy and light to my life.Kolleen CassidyBatavia, New YorkJanuary 23, 2020
Dot
7/4/2002 - 1/21/2020Sweet Dot, you came into our lives like all our Fur Babies have...you chose us that night when we were at a friend's house and you seemed to come out of nowhere, and immediately jumped into my lap, claiming ownership of me. Our friend had said you were a ferral kitten, abandoned by it's mother for being the littlest in the litter. But we all know that sometimes the smallest also means being the fiercest. And you were. We took you home and you taught us to stand our ground, never back down from the things that matter, to pick our battles wisely...and to demand five meals a day.

We had hoped you would stay with us forever, but we knew this day would come when you would have to say goodbye. We saw you suddenly go downhill one Saturday afternoon, refusing to eat. We thought it was just a slight bug. But this was different. It was more than that...the tired look in your 18 year-old eyes, your refusal to eat or drink, told us that your time was coming. We didn't want you to suffer, and we decided to do the right thing for you, no matter how much our hearts broke. We are so honored that you chose us to be your Mom and Dad. Thank you for your grace, your lessons and your unconditional love. We will always love you, sweet Dot.
Kathryn ChavezLas Vegas, NevadaJanuary 22, 2020