Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Toto
11/24/2004 - 3/10/2020Toto, you will be missed so much. You were such a spunky little dog, always giving the neighbors a piece of your mind even after all these years. We will miss not seeing your cute face every day, watching your ears flap when you ran, waiting for me to give you a treat before leaving for work. Yes, you had a long life but it's never long enough. I hope you are at peace, playing in the yard with Scooby as he chases you around. We love and miss you!

Edie Erhardt
3/12/20
Edie ErhardtDublin, PennsylvaniaMarch 12, 2020
Harley
4/1/2007 - 3/11/2020I miss Harley so much! He has been my little buddy for 14 years, he was by my side during the good and the bad. I will miss you running crazy thru the house , chasing your new buddy Rusty and waiting patiently for your treat every day when I got home from work. I know that you are not suffering anymore and now running around in Heaven! I will never forget you Harley! You will always be my little buddy! Love you always little buddy!Bernadette BonetpelsChino, CaliforniaMarch 12, 2020
Rufus Aka Pooh Bear
9/20/1994 - 3/9/2020Our sweet Rufus you gave us so much joy and happiness we will miss you so much.SHERRI MYERSOklahoma City, OklahomaMarch 12, 2020
Tasha
12/10/2020 - 3/9/2020Tasha was a unique Bernese Mt Dog. Unlike her beautiful aunt Baggins, she didn’t willingly go to everyone . But I can say that she was completely devoted to her dad and me. When I lost her dad five years ago, she became my constant companion and she was my dear beautiful best buddy. She would wag all over when I came into the house, and literally talk to me. We had our own language. I will miss her terribly . But I know she is happy to be back with her dad and her mentor, Baggins. Till we meet again dear Tasha....I love you to the moon and back 💔Patty BuchenbergerSeaford, New YorkMarch 12, 2020
Mocha Jack
11/25/2005 - 3/5/2020Mocha Jack, (our little man, bubba,) we got him as a puppy so he was part of our family for 14 years. He loved to cuddle you no matter where you were at. He loved to sit on the drivers lap while traveling, and he especially loved to be wrapped in a blanket like a burrito and have his sisters & brothers carry him all over the town of West Yellowstone or while out camping. He would sit for hours looking out our front door (a lot of time spent sleeping), and he could tell you everything that went on in the neighborhood. I never thought that I would miss going out at all hours of the night for a potty break and walking the few houses up to the fire hydrant or cleaning up the mess in the yards after the potty break, but I do. He definitely touched so many hearts, especially mine as he was papas boy in the mornings and the afternoons when I would pick him up from his sister’s house.
He loved going to Yellowstone and woofing at the buffalo, he loved playing with snowball toys, and he loved his family as much as we loved him, even his niece who came into his life as a rambunctious pup when all he wanted to do was rest. His beautiful brown eyes made us all suckers, and we couldn’t tell him no.
He loved it when grandma and grandpa would babysit him so he was not left alone while we all had to work. He loved taking walks, especially to his Aunt’s house with papa.
Mommy misses your pretty brown eyes that melted my heart, I miss you snuggled up next to me sleeping, I miss waking up in the morning petting you and kissing your sweet noggin. So many tears have been shed since you left us.
Mocha was such a good boy and it broke our hearts to say goodbye, but we know you are no longer in pain. Our lives will never be the same without you baby boy, run free until we see you again.
Royce DownardMagna, UtahMarch 12, 2020
Buddy Hartman
3/10/2020Buddy (age 16)
Rescued in 2008 from Howard County Animal Shelter. He fulfilled his life with amazing adventures - swimming, riding on a jet ski and boat, playing his furry friends in Lake Anna, VA, watching us catch crabs in Chance, MD, hiking, playing with his favorite stuffed toys, riding in cars, just to name a few. Thank you Buddy for a very special member of our family. God knows how many times he was patted and hugged! RIP Buddy and have a great journey to the rainbow bridge. We love and miss you dearly.
Love,
Fred, Becky, Adam & Kyle
Fred, Becky, Adam & Kyle HartmanClarksville, MarylandMarch 11, 2020
Abby (Mushy Face)
10/25/2009 - 3/9/2020Abby, our sweet little girl we miss and love you so much. You brought such joy to our lives and you will never be forgotten. We miss your wagging tail and silly noises you would make when we played together. You will forever remain in our hearts :)Tracie RodColchester, ConnecticutMarch 11, 2020
Muffin
10/2/2002 - 3/4/2020Seventeen years ago, my wife, a cat lover, brought home 3 cats. The smallest, a female gray tiger, was named “Muffin”. It didn’t take long for Muffin to decide to ‘choose’ me and I called her “Miff”. Little Miff became my shadow and the ultimate lap-puss. Didn’t matter which recliner, bed, bar seat, or sofa; Miff found my lap. Many times in the evening, I would slip away by myself and go down to our finished basement to watch sports. Like clockwork, Miff would show up within 5 minutes and make a nest on me. Game over, I would scoop her up, cradle her in my arms, and carry her up the stairs like a little baby; and thus the “Baby Miff” name was born. She never protested, not once. Rather, I think she liked it. Miff also ‘helped’ me with home projects. She was right there to fix a broken light, burn a wooden sign, or repair the sweeper, etc. More recently, Miff decided to sleep aside me nightly at bedtime. It took only once to lift the blanket and Miff crawled in and parked it. A few purrs and she was out. Imagine that. When I was a teenager I hated cats, later, I just tolerated them. But Miff came here to change my mind…and she sure did! See you on the other side some day Miff!bob & maryann arnoldlebanon, PennsylvaniaMarch 11, 2020
Max
7/4/2003 - 3/6/2020Sweet is the adjective to best describe Max. He never met a soul he did not like. He loved cookies and his long evening walks. As he aged he was happy to ride in his stroller just as long as he got his walk. Max travelled across the country several times and was a terrific companion. During his early years he was a therapy dog and visited the elderly. This sweet boy touched many lives and helped several children overcome a fear of dogs. The space at our feet is void and our hearts are broken. Max was predeceased by his bonded soul mate Tootsie.Marcia TruittPembroke Pines, FloridaMarch 11, 2020
Cash (Cash Cash) Chambers
8/31/2014 - 3/9/2020Cash you were my best friend not just a family member, I will miss taking you everywhere with me and snuggling with me at night. Our time together was so short and I wish I could've been with you longer. I do not feel you here at home today as write this and it hurts but I know you are pain free and that gives me some comfort, this house is not the same without you. We miss you very much and love you with all our hearts. I can still hear your feet on the floor downstairs in my head the last morning you were home before you were sick and wish to hear them again someday.

Much Love Nicole, James, Tom , Grandma, Kitty, Rainbow and Penny.
Nicole ChambersVadnais Heights, MinnesotaMarch 11, 2020