Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
12/1/2006 - 1/12/2021Our family was fortunate to spend 12 years with Thor. He was our rescue puppy and first baby. Thor enjoyed long walks, even longer hikes, and sniffing everything in between. Eating was Thor's #1 hobby and he loved all foods. He once swiped an entire chicken off the counter and polished off a loaf of Zingerman's bread as well. Thor spent lazy mornings napping in the sunlight by the back door and evenings playing with his family members and asking them for love and scratches. Thor was the very best big brother to Karolina and Jonah and watched over them as babies. Thor spent his younger days attempting to catch all sorts of prey and while he only managed to get close to a couple of backyard rabbits, his biggest successes was finding a frozen, dead squirrel with his favorite friend, Terry. Thor was fiercely loyal and above all (well except for eating meat) loved being with his people. We miss him very much and he will always be part of our family.

Love, Dave, Karla, Karolina, and Jonah Mandell
Dave, Karla, Karolina, and Jonah MandellCrofton, MarylandJanuary 17, 2021
12/24/2006 - 1/16/2021In memory of Ace “Bubba” “Big dog” KlanicaKaren KlanicaWest Chester, PennsylvaniaJanuary 17, 2021
7/14/2008 - 1/14/2021Goodbye for now, my sweet boy. You have given me much more than I could have given you. I will miss you until the beautiful day when we are reunited.Haley TrimbleJacksonville, FloridaJanuary 17, 2021
Wayne Smuth
11/10/2016 - 1/7/2021I’m missing you so much everyday. You were such a large piece of who I am. You kept me feeling loved, and were present in everything I do. I can’t wake up without missing your face there to greet me, drive to the store without missing you coming along. I am saddened when I can’t find your hair in places I used to hate finding it. I love you Wayne. I miss you. I never imagined the next 10 years without you. My heart is broken 💔Arin SmithSt. Paul, MinnesotaJanuary 17, 2021
1/15/2021Pawzee had been in our lives for over fourteen years. His spirit never faltered and we will always remember his loving face, floppy ears, and soulful eyes. He loved his furry sisters and always took care of them as he cared for us. He was always there to jump up to us and lick non stop on the good and bad days, no matter what he was just happy to see us. He loved helping us cook in the kitchen, and could always always eat more if we just let him. I remember when I was little I would hook his leash on my razor scooter and he would gallop up our neighborhood streets and pull me with him. I think he always thought he was much bigger than he was, from his energy to his bark. He was my first puppy to call my own and he will always have my heart.

We know he is enjoying the sun with Willow and the rest of his family now, and most definitely giving lots of kisses to them all. Maybe he's even challenging the other weiner dogs to a friendly race that he's sure to take first place in.

We love you Pawzee, always💜🐾
Mia DelmonicoBeaumont, CaliforniaJanuary 16, 2021
Maggie Bert
6/21/2002 - 12/31/2020Maggie was a tiny black & gray tabby with a big nose, gigantic feet & a fluffy tail. I loved her big feet. They were gray on the top with black stripes on the bottom. She also had a back stripe down her back that got bigger as she aged.
Maggie could be quite the diva at times & was nicknamed "The Mags" by her cat-sitter. She hated going to the Vet & they feared her because she used to poop & pee all over everyone there when she had to be examined! Then she'd let me know how upset she was with me for taking her by ignoring me for hours when we returned home. As she grew older, that didn't change! She lived life on her own terms. I love her & miss her very much.
Beth SchlanskySeattle, WashingtonJanuary 16, 2021
7/20/2008 - 1/15/2021We adopted Ollie 5 1/2 years ago...he had already been with 4 families and had been treated for heart worm disease. The heart worm disease damaged his heart and lungs so for the past 3 years, he had been taking 6 different medications twice a day. Despite his medical issues, he was energetic, very smart, and a wonderful companion. He appreciated having a forever home and Showed us with his constant love.

We will miss our lovable guy very much, but know he is in doggie heaven with his buddies.
Thank you Dr.Lisa for treating our Ollie with such love and compassion!!!
We will always be in our hearts Ollie and will never be forgotten.
Love, Connie, Jon, Allison, Chris and Amelia
Connie BladonTampa, FloridaJanuary 16, 2021
6/23/2008 - 1/15/2021We love you Sophie and already miss you terribly. Thank you for being such an amazing pet. Your brother Ozzy misses you and has been looking for you. We will miss your nose rubs, cuddles and bossy meows. We are at peace knowing you are no longer suffering.Katie BoodyMinneapolis, MinnesotaJanuary 16, 2021
Freddy Beeps
1/13/2021Freddy, may your body never burden you again, may you find endless friends on the other side...know that I will never forget you! Your mark is indelible and just as you used to watch and wait for me so shall I when it’s time to go. I hope that you’re one with the wind now, chasing rabbits in heaven, just don’t forget me, when (if!!) I get there please recognize me, though I may be old...I would do anything to see you you Beeps, best boy ever ❤️🐾 ❤️Katherine CarewPerrysburg, OhioJanuary 16, 2021
5/14/2006 - 1/14/2021Brock you were more than we deserved, 14 years 8 months was not enough time. You were a kind and gentle soul and so very much loved by your family. We miss you beautiful boy more than words can express. We know you are running and playing with Parker, Sadie and Daisy right now.Nico & Merry NaudeTampa, FloridaJanuary 16, 2021