Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Shadow Boo Carter
2/14/2005Shadow was more than dog, she was part of the family. . she loved car rides , pup cup from starbucks, to playing and running . she loved the cold weather specially the snow .she loved her family as much as we loved her.she was such a happy dog and have you laugh for hours . her sister serena misses her already and its definately not the same .its too quiet and when we pass up her room we keep thinking she still there. I didnt want to see her go but we are happy she is at peace.we miss you shadow so much and thank you for being the best fur baby a girl cam ask for. I cant wait to come and see you. Grandma misses you so much and Dave. Hope you know how much you meant to us. Love you baby girl. I still remember you living your squeaky toys and chasing squirrels and playing with dave. We wish you were here with us. We love you . hope your enjoying seeing your brothers up there and eating all the bones and chasing the squirrelsSheena HogwoodIndianapolis, IndianaMarch 8, 2020
3/1/2020 - 3/6/2020Chance, you will never be forgotten. Though you lived a good long life in “dog years” your time with me was short. I know that you were loved by many & are now with your Mom before me. We squeezed some really fun adventures into a short period of time. I am grateful that you came to live with me, Jax & Ike when you did. We will miss you!Jennifer FisherCitrus Heights, CaliforniaMarch 7, 2020
8/29/2007 - 3/6/2020Our beautiful Bella was the most gentle of German Shepherds. She was loved by all the lives she touched. We miss her so much already. We are remembering all the love and joyful memories she brought to our family. She will forever remain in our hearts, never forgotten.Diane RubinPalm Beach Gardens, FloridaMarch 7, 2020
1/1/2020 - 3/5/2020I had the pleasure of calling Charly "my girl" for the last 5 ½ years. Charly was such a loyal and gentle girl who I am missing SO SO much already. Charly was not your typical chihuahua, she was so laid back, not yappie or mean, just an easy going little girl. She just was a great girl with a loving personality and a loyalty to her family. She always new how to make me smile and feel loved when I was having a bad day. People ask whats the hardest part about having a dog... "It's the goodbye" 💔Lisa MontoyaRiverton, UtahMarch 7, 2020
3/5/2020Ferguson was a mastermind when it came to working his way into your heart or getting us to think that it was the other dogs in the trash. It's all because he was the most easy going and calm one except when it came to squeaky toys. That's why he was known as Evil dr. Porkchop. He loved being outside on a nice day when the weather was good, so he could look at the birds and squirrels. Probably thinking of ways to get them. I am so deeply saddened by the fact that I had to say goodbye to my Ferguson but, now he is able to chase as many birds and squirrels as his heart desires.Amber ToberBallwin, MissouriMarch 6, 2020
9/11/2006 - 2/17/2020After purely devoting nearly 9 of his 13 years to me and our family, Buddy (a.k.a. BoyDog, DogDeRover, DDR, & Puppy) crossed the rainbow bridge. The ocean is a bit deeper with all the tears these past few days, and I have found myself looking for him & listening to see which room he was in by default a more than just a few times these recent weeks. Rest well my sweet boy. I hope your body is whole so you can play with the deer and foxes.

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Emily LittleManassas, VirginiaMarch 6, 2020
7/25/2010 - 3/3/2020Max you were an amazing dog. You loved everyone and everyone loved you. You were so smart we believed that you understood everything we said. We and all of your dogie friends will miss you. You will be forever missed.Barbara WaymireIndianapolis, IndianaMarch 6, 2020
6/30/2006 - 3/5/2020Oliver was an amazing companion and friend who filled our house with love and joy. He enjoyed a full life if hiking, camping, kayaking, swimming and running through the woods. Some of his favorite places included Harold Parker State forest (we had to talk in code "HP" because he would get too excited if he heard us mention it)....and Salisbury Beach State Park. Oliver has been our best companion in good times and in bad. In his later years he would chase the flick of turkeys from our yard and enjoyed carnitas made by Ronaldo, his favorite person.Sherry & Ronaldo RodriguesWilmington, MassachusettsMarch 6, 2020
8/26/2020 - 2/29/2020Johnny,

My heart is broken, I miss you so much. Thank you for picking me to love you for 15.5 years. You were my first baby, you were with me through so many milestones in my life. We will miss you and the silly things you would do. Always looking for a snack, never letting ever get in your way of some food or opening gates with your nose to get to where you wanted to go. You are the best fur baby ever. Until we meet again mama, Jonathan, John John <3
Ana WertzYork, PennsylvaniaMarch 6, 2020
6/22/2005 - 3/5/2020Watching a dog appear to run and bark in their sleep, you really think they are chasing rabbits or squirrels in some dream that brings them unbridled joy. I would catch Genevieve (Gen) doing that while she slept. Gen is now running happily again on the rainbow bridge. Without pain, without the constraints of her debilitating dementia and vertigo that robbed her of her balance during the last months of her life. Gen was always loyal. Always strong. She was the only dog of my three that could do the whole walk in the heat of our Asian and Middle East living assignments and not have to be picked up and carried. She loved her walks. Bernie would always play with her and she was very accommodating. Gen loved bread. Any kind of bread. Gen performed invaluable service to our family: like barking at the doorbell and anyone who came to the door. She loved sitting in the grass in the sun. She just wanted an ear scratch and bread and she would be happy. We love you forever, Gen. Good Dog, Gen. Good Dog, Gen.Mary Lee StensonPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMarch 6, 2020