Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/3/2000 - 2/13/2015Beau, you brought such laughter and Joy to my home - and Richness to my days.
You'll Live for Always in My Heart. A Loving Soul I'll never Forget...
It will take time to heal-
For the silence to go away..
I Listen for you, & I miss you everyday.
You were such a Great Companion, Friend, & Confidante.
My Heart will always wear the Paw prints left by you.
Love, Mama Linda
Linda GiordanoBaton Rouge, LouisianaFebruary 18, 2015
2/17/2015Ginger we miss you.
You rescued us more than we rescued you!
Such strength, sweetness, patience and love you gave all of us.
And your playfulness with your ball playing catch - so much fun!
You wrestled with Wasabi and tolerated his wild energy so well, he misses you!
You are in our hearts always.
God Bless You!
Jann, Lee & MIles BlatsteinLafayette HIll, PennsylvaniaFebruary 18, 2015
7/14/2005 - 2/15/2015Jesse was a sweet girl and left a special mark on our hearts. We called her "Jess" most of the time. She was gone within 2 weeks of a cancer diagnosis. She was brave until the very end. Her brother Thurston has survived her and misses her a little every day. I listen for her footfalls around the house and her sighs and groans. She was the dog who followed me around everywhere: that was her 'job'. She made sure I was safe from intruders, cats, squirrels. etc.
While we know that German Shepherds do not live much longer than 10 or 11, we were particularly stricken by Jesse's sudden diagnosis and demise. She was perfectly normal right up until her diagnosis of cancer of the heart. She always had such a big heart, it is almost fitting in a way. And our last whole day with her was Valentine's Day where she slept on a dog bed in the driveway while we were working out there. We will always love our 'home girl'.
Carol HamiltonRaleigh, North CarolinaFebruary 18, 2015
2/15/2015Violet was a peaceful and loving soul friend of 15 years. Her unconditional love and loyalty touched the lives of all of us in our family. When my children were babies, she would run to them when they cried. She would always stay close to home and never venture too far away. She would talk to us with her meows, she would greet our car when we pulled up the driveway and she would remind us with very loud meows when it was time to get up and feed her. The last 6 days of her life were spent in our living room, laying on her favorite blanket, in the sunshine while surrounded by our family. She received gentle touches, kind words of gratitude for her presence in our lives and much much love. The morning she died, my kids laid along side her on the floor, said goodbye and told her how thankful they were for her. Violet will always be a part of our family and our hearts.Laurel ConnellOak View, CaliforniaFebruary 18, 2015
2/15/2015Daisy had such a sweet, innocent spirit. She cleaned her "brother" Jab-bo's face every day (not to mention her "parent's" faces as well), with just one lick. When we would scold Jab-bo, Daisy would be the one to get upset, while Jab-bo would just keep happily wagging his tail. Daisy's favorite person was her Dad. Where ever he was she wanted to be, even in his noisy shop while lying on her twin bed. Daisy was this large white angel that smiled so lovingly. When Daisy stopped smiling, we knew we had to do something for her. She no longer could walk nor stand at the water can to get a refreshing drink. Even though she could not do these things, on the day of her passing, she still cleaned her brother's face. That day was a bitter cold and windy day. Daisy had crawled her way out the doggy door onto her favorite spot in the yard. During her passing, the wind seemed to have stilled and my husband nor myself felt the cold at all. I do believe that I have never seen the sun so bright nor the sky so blue as it was during that time.Rebecca HarringtonKannapolis, North CarolinaFebruary 17, 2015
2/14/2000 - 2/16/2015Fred passed peacefully this afternoon. He was ready. I still wasn't. When Dr. Jason came into the room, Fred greeted him with a trusting sniff and quickly laid down on his bed where he rested until he was gone.Christine TremainMaple Valley, WashingtonFebruary 17, 2015
12/20/1998 - 2/14/2015My Sweet Buffy,
You were such a blessing. You brought so much joy to our lives. You taught me how to be a "Mommy" and about unconditional love. You will forever be in my heart and I miss you more than I ever thought possible. I am relieved that you are no longer in pain. Your body just gave out. I will never understand why dogs live such short lives. All in God's plan, I suppose? 16 years went by way too fast! I am comforted to know that you are now with Daddy as I know the two of you have lots of "catching up" to do. So happy you can once again run, jump and play and chase "bunnies". Until we meet sweet "Tuff Ruff".
Love, Mommy, Lexi and Rudy
Amy ConnBurlington, North CarolinaFebruary 17, 2015
4/15/1999 - 2/1/2015In loving memory of our beloved Bichon Frise, "Little Polar Bear Zachary", who passed away in my arms on February 1,2015. Zachary bravely battled heart failure which made him weak and frail. He was very much loved as he was the first dog of our two sons. All that they remember is having him in our home, the "tap dancing" of his little toenails when he walked through our house will be missed. Even in his old age, he made it out to greet his boys when they came home from college. He was a great security dog, as he always let us know when someone was coming to our house. All he knew was love, kisses on your face and snuggling next to his beloved human family. I will forever have a piece of my heart missing. I know that you are happy and pain free in heaven sweet puppy!Marcella BrummettSuffolk, VirginiaFebruary 16, 2015
10/13/2004 - 2/14/2015A year ago today 02/14/14 my best friend "Daz" passed away.....Today exactly 1 year later 02/14/15 I got a new best friend "Diesel"! R.I.P. Daz ..I miss u big boy! Welcome Mr. DieselSandra BaileyAtlanta, GeorgiaFebruary 16, 2015
1/1/2001 - 2/14/2015We miss you Topaz, you go on and in our in our hearts.

Walter, Brooklyn and Oliver have been looking for you, the house feels silent without you.
We know that it was time for you to move on to the next world.
You were our brave soldier and guardian, we will never forget you.

I know that one day we will all meet again, you are so special that it has to be so.
We couldn't imagine Heaven without you.

Love, Mom, Dad and Xavier
David KirolosFort Lauderdale, FloridaFebruary 15, 2015