Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
7/6/2010 - 7/8/2020Zeus was such a handsome dog. I do believe he knew it too. We were so surprised to lose him so quickly. But that’s how cancer works. He loved riding in my convertible. He would sit in the back seat and let the wind blow over him. My family and I will miss him terribly but we know he’s no longer sick. Run and jump all you want, Zeus the Moose! ♥️♥️♥️♥️Laura StarrFlower Mound, TexasJuly 11, 2020
1/2/2006 - 6/25/2020We brought Roxy to be apart of our family as a baby. We had the pleasure to be a part of her growth and all the hair she left for us that we are still cleaning up till this day. There was a time she had to wear a cone because of a surgery she had on her nose. Roxy hated that thing so much she would run full speed into the edge of the wall to attempt to break the cone. We've never seen something like this before.
Every winter that came, we would hate the snow, but she would be the first one to attempt to go outside for the first snow day. Roxy was motivational. She convinced us to get up every morning. Her favorite was for us to ride the bike while she ran along side. We always got tired way before she ever did. She was always very energetic. Roxy would always be the first one at the door. She specifically waited for each person to get home to play and took you to exactly where her treats were stored in the cabinet. She would not leave that spot until she received her treat which of course, we always gave in. As a family, we all grew in many aspects. She was very loved her whole life and we will continue to keep her close to our heart. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED WE LOVE YOU ♥️

Thank you Dr. Christie Comm and Lap of Love for helping us through this tough time.
Darek SArlington Heights, IllinoisJuly 11, 2020
Teodora “tedi”
3/7/2016 - 7/9/2020Tedi: my baby. My angel. My heart.CJ HildebrandKansas City, KansasJuly 10, 2020
Gwenevere Conde
4/2/2004 - 6/26/2020Gwenevere was and still is and always will be more than just a pet to me and those who got to know her. I thank God for sending Gwen an angel in disguise into my life. I never thought I it was possible to love and learn so much from a pet. I didnt know it but from day 1 Gwen became my best friend my comoanion and teacher. Yes teacher, I learned so much from her so much. She was my longest relationship lol. Had me wrapped around her paw. She became my world amd even though my world came to a stop for a moment. I know she is with God waiting for me cuz will be together again. As much as I want to crumble down into a ball and be angry. I cant and wont because she tought me me better. To be like a pit bull strong and not afraid that its okay to smile and act silly. No matter how big or how old you are its okay to love with all ur heart, its okay if we lose at times. Just never forget everything you learned from them. My baby doggy I miss you so much its so hard everyday when I look around and i dont see u smiling at me. Thank you for giving me 17yrs of your life wich were the best 17yrs of my life. I will always think of u. After 17 yrs for the 1st time i get home from work and open the door and u are not there. I love you my baby Gwen Gwen I will carry you in my heart till the day we meet again. But not a day will pass by that i dont think of you.Teresa CondeCorona, CaliforniaJuly 10, 2020
8/3/2005 - 7/7/2020We only had the honor of having our handsome boy for 5 years. My daughters BF sadly had to move out of the state and wasn’t allowed to bring him. She had found a friend that wanted to take him in so I told her Duke can stay here for the few days until his new owner was going to pick him up. Well that day she changed her mind and the rest as they say is history. We are so glad she changed her mind. Duke was the most handsome , sweetest and a beautiful soul. He loved all people and animals. Anytime someone, anyone came to the door he thought it was for him. LOL. We miss him so very much and our home isn’t the same. We love you always baby boy. He loved the beach, car rides, Nyla bones. He never liked dog toys or playing fetch. Not his thing. LOL.Jackie CarrionMastic, New YorkJuly 10, 2020
Maggie May
10/31/2016 - 7/9/202013 amazing years were spent with my Best Friend. You were by my side through the highest of high times and the lowest of low times, always letting me know that nothing would ever come between us. You had the most amazing personality! There was nothing I loved more than getting on the floor to give you some love and seeing your smile form from ear to ear. Or the curious look you would give me when you didn't totally agree with what I was up to. I will cherish our relationship for the rest of my life. You used to get so jealous when I would come home smelling like other dogs. Well don't you worry Maggie, no dog will ever replace you. I'm so lonely without you here. Our house doesn't seem the same without you. But I think you knew that we were preparing to move again next week and that I needed to start this next chapter without you. Road trips won't be the same without you. We would drive across this country and not once would you bug me to stop. You knew that when I stopped, that you would get your chance to mark your spot in another state and snacks would be provided upon getting back in the car. Thank you Maggie for being the most loving best friend a guy could ask for! You will forever be in my heart! Love you Moo Moo!David GoodlundDenver, ColoradoJuly 10, 2020
11/1/2004 - 6/25/2020My sweet April was so loyal and protective of me. She has been gone now for 2 weeks and I still expect her to walk in or bark any minute!! We will cherish special memories of April to help us get over our broken hearts.Jane McKayGreenwell Springs, LouisianaJuly 10, 2020
10/4/2011 - 7/6/2020Duke was diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy. The vet specialist said we didn't have much time left with him. It was hard to watch him go from running around in the yard, chasing after animals, jumping and playing to slowly having the inability to walk correctly. Even through it all, he was still as dorky as ever. Sadly, we knew it was time to say good-bye last week. He was only 8.

The house is so quiet and lonely without him. We miss waking up to him and seeing his face. And we miss giving him a kiss before bed. But we're so happy that our paths crossed and that we had the privilege to love the greatest dog that ever lived. Not a day will go by that we won’t think of him.
Lizzie BullLockport, New YorkJuly 10, 2020
5/11/2011 - 7/7/2020Traveler was the most loyal dog I have ever met, he never left my side. If I was sleeping, he insisted on sleeping on my head, if I was in the bathroom then he was too, and if I took a nap on my favorite swing outside then he was up there with me as my look out. He has the most adorable snaggletooth grin, and if you were lucky enough to see it then he melted your heart with cuteness. He loved opening presents for any occasion, but didn’t much care for the contents as much as he loved ripping up paper and leaving a mess! He went through life with his sister by his side, Ally, and they made quite the dynamic duo. Trav was the mischievous and even naughty one (but always in a cute way, ya know). Trav and Ally had so many wonderful adventures together, they loved to run and once given the go ahead they would shoot out into the distance with their legs practically above their body they would run so fast! Traveler lovingly earned the nickname “Crabby Trabby” because boy did you get a look from him if you woke him up from a nap or asked him to do something he would rather not. But sassiness aside, he was always down to cuddle and was full of doggy kisses! He loved a good car ride, his dog beds, and endless amounts of bones he accumulated. He had a favorite toy from the store that I would buy him whenever I saw it, he would always sniff it out of my grocery bags and it would be destroyed within 2 minutes, it was worth it every time! Traveler brought everyone around him so much joy and happiness. My baby deserved every good thing he ever got! He loved out his golden years with his sister, mom and dad, and extended family who loved him dearly. Sean and I are so thankful that we were able to allow Traveler to pass over to the Rainbow Bridge feeling loved and supported the whole time. Knowing he is pain free and happy warms our hearts and helps fill that void that is now there. We love you Trav!Mikayla BallardVancouver, WashingtonJuly 10, 2020
6/6/2006 - 7/7/2020Jack was the most loyal, fun, smart , loving dog I have ever met. We first met in Vegas and it was love at first sight.
He became my son best friend and brought so much joy to our family for 14 years.
We will all miss you always .
Sheila Diaz DIAZCORAL SPRINGS, FloridaJuly 10, 2020