Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
11/17/2006 - 1/4/2020On January 4th, my sweet boy made his way across the rainbow bridge, with all of his favorite people surrounding him. Bo was loved by so many people & never failed to show his love right back - with a tail wage, a couple kisses & a nudge or 2, all at once. Our family was blessed to share our lives with him for 13 years. His passing as been difficult, to say the least... but, we will continue to celebrate his life & hold cherished memories close to our hearts.
Bo, thank you for being the BEST "Brown" to everyone you met. I love you, mostest.
Ally CoxRichmond, VirginiaJanuary 8, 2020
4/1/2002 - 1/7/2020Gabriel was the kindest, sweetest dog I’ve ever known. He loved every person and dog he ever met. I will miss his sweet, furry face and the way he used to sniff around the house. He loved attention and was always ready to play. He loved his green ball and the backyard. I will cherish my memories of Gabriel in my heart forever. He was so loved by me, Jeffrey, Olivia and Conrad. We will miss him dearly. We were so lucky to have such a loving, sweet dog for eleven years of his 18 year long life. His first owner, Barbara, loved him so much too. He brought so much happiness into our lives. We will love him forever.Christina SkatzkaPinellas Park, FloridaJanuary 8, 2020
8/18/2009 - 12/27/2019We adopted Alyssa, a Wheaten Terrier, in February of 2016 from Senior Pet and Animal Rescue. She was a show dog and not a typical dog, so she had been handed around to at least four homes in the past year. before getting to SPAR. Alyssa was more cat than dog, but in our years together had learned how to be a regular dog. She had a very sweet disposition and loved people. Alyssa taught us so much and gave us so much joy and love. She loved car rides and running errands hanging out on the front porch and even joined us on some bike rides in a dog carrier. Alyssa and our mailman became very close buddies. She had her own entourage of dogs and owners, who visited her regularly as they went past our porch, and through her, we got to know our neighbors after years of living on the block. Unfortunately, she developed a very aggressive sarcoma in her mouth and soft palate. We only had three months after the diagnosis to enjoy her and keep her comfortable, which she was until the end. Dr. Hederick came for her euthanasia and was so kind and caring; she made the worst task an owner has to do, very special. The house is so empty without Alyssa and I especially miss rubbing her ears and giving her kisses. Although we are sad, remembering her always brings a smile to my heart.Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJanuary 8, 2020
4/25/2015 - 1/3/2020Elvis was my baby. He was the best companion anyone could ask for. I had him for 15 wonderful years and I feel so thankful for that.Nicole McCarthyST PETERSBURG, FloridaJanuary 8, 2020
12/8/2008 - 1/6/2020Sadie was the best dog in the world. Everyone loved her. She was and will always be my heart. I will miss her forever. We had a lot of fun together for those 11 years.Susan SchudePearland, TexasJanuary 8, 2020
12/6/2003 - 1/6/2020Logan, you were the best dog anyone could have ever hoped for. We rescued you when you needed a home, and in return you have rescued us every day since. You will be truly missed. We love you old man. XOXOXSt Augustine, FloridaJanuary 7, 2020
10/30/2006 - 1/3/2020On Friday, January 3rd, I had to say goodbye to my best friend and companion for the last 14 years. Stanley was a trooper until the end, but time took its toll on his once strong body and it was time to release him from this life to start his journey in the next. I rescued him but over time I came to understand that he really rescued me. I will miss our long walks, our tug of wars, our hide and go seek games and the cuddle time (which he didn’t like at all). Stanley and I had our own way to communicate. The snoring that would keep me up some nights. The squirrels you chased and the gophers you dug for. The rides in the car to the park. But most of the time just laying on the floor next to me was where you were happiest. You were brave until the end. I love you and will miss you dearly. You took a piece of me with you when you passed but I know now your are pain free, running and playing and laying beside me in spirit watching over me. You are now waiting patiently for me to come home just as you always did. Love you Stanley, play a lot and we’ll see you soon again!Perry JonesSalt Lake City, UtahJanuary 7, 2020
Starley Jack
10/29/2015 - 12/27/2009Starley Jack was a blessing.She evolved into quite a character .She will always be loved and missed.She is an inspiration for me.I have never seen a dog fight so hard to live.With her pain, she still managed to show love.She had a strong desire to stay with me no matter what.Finally her pain and condition could not be handled any longer.She is @ peace now.Eileen ClayNorth Las Vegas, NevadaJanuary 7, 2020
6/6/2009 - 12/21/2019My sweet Kitty we are all so lost without you. What an amazing kitty you were, your presence was so big the loss is felt so strong. You were my first cat I ever owned, and what a joy you brought to all of us. You captured all our hearts. You were so sassy and cool you made me laugh. Thank you for all my memories I will treasure them all. I love you kitty I will see you again my love!Elain HarperAURORA, ColoradoJanuary 7, 2020
Avalon (totsi)
6/27/2020 - 1/4/2020On January 4th, 2020, at 12:00 pm my sister left us to go be with her brother King Arthur and sister Lady Guinevere. Ava was loved by many and cared by our parents Mark and Lisa Spencer. We don't want you to be sad for Ava, you have the right grieve. Knowing my sister, she would want you to understand that she lived an amazing life and that it's never a goodbye but more of a see you later. We asked that you keep nothing but the happy memories of Ava and hold them close your heart.Mark Lisa Sarah SpencerPembroke Pines, FloridaJanuary 7, 2020