Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
Ace
5/14/2006 - 1/16/2020Ace loved to play frisbee and play with toys in the house. One of his favorite toys was a orange and turqouise ball that he would catch all the time. He loved eating kabobs, busy bones, and cinnamon rolls as well. He had alot of energy when he was younger and he would catch the frisbee in the backyard until he got tired. He would always bring a toy up to you and drop it in front for you to see it as he was waiting to play some more. I remember playing with a beer toy just a week before he left. He loved it. Ace was a really great dog. He loved going on walks and always looked forward to when Cathy got home. Ace is missed very much.Spencer SmithThe Woodlands, TexasJanuary 19, 2020
Romeo
4/1/2008 - 1/14/2020Romeo was a great dog; he was loving, warm, wonderful and always had time for kisses and cuddles. He was spoiled with treats (all the time) and always had to be included in whatever we did. At Christmastime, he would look sad until he got his gifties from Santa. He had the most expressive eyes, and was bouncy up until he got sick. Contrary to everyone else's Labrador, he was full of boundless energy even after his two surgeries, and his 3rd and 4th birthdays (which WERE supposed to slow him down). LOL.
We didn't expect his passing would affect us as much as it did; but we are so GRATEFUL for the love he shared with us throughout his all too short life.
John KrugMatthews, North CarolinaJanuary 19, 2020
Hermione
9/10/2010 - 1/16/2020Hermione built community by being simply a love sponge and the best dog ever. We'll never be the same.York, PennsylvaniaJanuary 18, 2020
Dory
11/27/2003 - 1/13/2020Dory,

Mommy & Daddy love you and miss you so much! Life will never be the same without you by our sides, but we will cherish all of our memories of your sweet soul forever and ever. You left the deepest paw prints on our hearts, and we can only hope to be reunited with you one day. Until we meet again, please watch over us in kitty cat heaven. Rest in peace our sweet angel.
Michele RuginisArdmore, PennsylvaniaJanuary 18, 2020
Ed
4/17/2012 - 1/2/2020You will always be in our hearts. Mommy misses you very much, you brought us so much joy , rest well little man.connie vermilyerholiday, FloridaJanuary 17, 2020
Duke
5/17/2006 - 1/16/2020Duke was a big, black Labrador retriever with a personality so big that you just couldn't help but fall in love with him. He had a way about him that captured your heart & certainly has left his paw prints there. Our family was so lucky & Blessed to have had him in our lives for these very short past 13+ years. He let us know that he was ready to cross Rainbow Bridge....even though we were not ready to let him go. Duke you are now free of your old and broken body....run, play, swim and fetch that tennis ball, enjoy all the things you haven't been able to do in a long, long time!
We miss you so much...we have broken hearts and we will never forget. Rest well my sweet, precious Dukie.💔
Debbie DuBoisIndianapolis, IndianaJanuary 17, 2020
Blaze Barret Warden
5/29/2006 - 1/16/2020Blaze was loyal, loving, brave and the smartest dog in universeKayla WardenLakewood, ColoradoJanuary 17, 2020
Hooper
6/4/2020 - 1/16/2020Hooper, I don't know how I'm going to ever come home to an empty house. You saved me from paralyzing grief. You brought sunshine into my dark world. You were a cheeky, cheery little chap who never failed to get a smile out of me--or out of anyone who met you. Momma loves you more than anything in the world. You can rest now, baby.Samantha CardimonCollegeville, PennsylvaniaJanuary 17, 2020
Ginger
5/9/2004 - 1/16/2020Ginger was the true meaning of love. She was a family member and loved anyone who came to visit. She will always be with me and I will miss her forever. thanksRandy RynierWillow Street, PennsylvaniaJanuary 17, 2020
Rex
10/17/2008Our home is so empty without our precious Rex, he loved to chase the squirrels out back every day. He had a way of communicating with my son...it seemed like he was trying to talk to him. In the winter if 2008 my daughter found him in an old shed behind her home...he was about 6 weeks old. He was covered in hard mud, shivering and so pitiful. We named him Rex..because he was Rescued. Apparently somebody abandoned him, she took him in and gave him a bath in the kitchen sink. He was a little cream colored fur ball, she had him given to her neighbor. She called me about him, and I came over to see him...he stole my heart. From that night on...he has been by my side. He had a lot of health issues, so we decided to let him cross the Rainbow Bridge 🌈. I know he isn’t suffering anymore and that is helping me with my grief . Dr Dan was so compassionate, he gave my family plenty of time to say our goodbyes..I can’t say enough about Lap of Love....they are wonderful. Rest in Heaven dear Rex... we Love you and miss you so much ❤️Clara ColeIndianapolis, IndianaJanuary 17, 2020