Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
9/13/2005 - 6/24/2020Thank you Brady for 15 wonderful years, from the first day to last, you gave us so much joy. You were the best dog ever and we will love you and miss you forever.Tina CaronChester, ConnecticutJune 25, 2020
10/31/2005We never thought this day would come.
You've been here to watch the family grow and grow and grow.
You are missed greatly my friend 💔
Hope BardeauChicago, IllinoisJune 25, 2020
5/7/2012 - 6/15/2020This Dog's Life - A Tribute

A big dog with a big personality,
Truly embodied "Man's Best Friend."
Companion and devoted protector,
Loyal and true to the end.
Quick to learn and slow to forget,
Giver of pure unconditional love.
Surely, a one of a kind dog.
Vanessa GlennSt. Louis, MissouriJune 25, 2020
1/1/2003 - 6/23/2020Today was an extremely emotional day in the Johnson household. Gizzmo, our dachshund, is now at rest. He was 17.5. We got him in the spring of 2003. Yeah. He’s been around a long, long time. To say he was a good boy might be an overstatement to some, but he was our boy. And he was loyal to a fault. It’s hard to say goodbye when your dog has been around this long. He will be missed. Feel free to share memories of Gizzmo if you have them. He’s met many of you. He loved us very much and we love him. Always.Terri JohnsonSt. Louis, MissouriJune 25, 2020
Holly (jolly)
8/4/2004 - 6/18/2020It was very hard to say goodbye to our beloved Schnoodle (Schnauzer/Poodle mix). She was our first baby. She and our other dog are often affectionally referred to as our daughter's four legged sisters or our four legged kids. Holly was a people dog. She loved everyone. She was very affectionate and freely gave kisses and snuggles. Our friends got them as well in exchange for pets and belly rubs. At our old house she could run laps around the couch and sometimes through other rooms. She also loved to jump to the back of our recliner couch and curl up on top. When we moved into our current home she quickly decided she would not go down the hallway to the bedrooms. Instead every night and morning she has carried to and from bed like the little princess she was. She was very in tune with her family. She would offer comfort when you were sad. She licked the tears off my face many times including when month after month we didn't get pregnant. She loved babies in their car seat or bouncer. She would lick their heads and faces. When she was very happy or excited her little tail would wag really fast, but it also would go in circles like a propeller. Earning her the nickname propeller tail. She was called many things: Fluffy puppy(before groomed), finger tail (after groomed), propeller tail, Holliford, Holly Jolly, etc. When she was young she would bounce on her back legs especially when we would make salad.Amy, Jason & Charlotte BeebeWesterville, OhioJune 24, 2020
4/10/2003 - 6/23/2020Zoey was the best most loving dog I have ever known. We never realltrained her she just always wanted to please so she just did as we said. She will be missed by so many.Katie WarnerYukon, OklahomaJune 24, 2020
4/24/2006 - 6/23/2020Deacon. My old man. My best friend. His reign as Mayor of Olympic Village Drive ended after 14 years. He was the biggest ray of sunshine in the McManus family. Obedient to only Donna. Leash laws did not apply to him. He walked with whoever he wanted and scoped out neighbors houses on the reg. Leader of all school parades. Expert chipmunk hunter. Dressed up for every holiday. There for every life event. Still played with the same toys he got when he was a puppy. He was truly one of a kind. Forever our good boy. Love you always, RIP<3 🐶🤍🐾❣️Shauna HansenMethuen, MassachusettsJune 24, 2020
6/10/2006 - 6/21/2020Every day with Dewey Cat was a good day. Dewey passed away peacefully on Sunday after a sudden illness, and we miss him more than words can say. I keep looking for my shadow and you're not here. Dewey, you have a special place in my heart.Patty MossAnnapolis, MarylandJune 24, 2020
10/12/2008 - 5/1/2020My Lacey, My god, I don't ever remember seeing a little girl as beautiful as you. Your cuteness was overwhelming. The joy you brought to our lives is something that we will treasure forever. You were the tiniest, most feisty little pup in that pet shop. As soon as they took you out of that cage, you attacked our feet and that is how I knew you were the one for us. You fit in the palm of my hand. First vet visit, you bit the vet!!!!! You had such as bad cough and we had to keep you separated from Logan. That was hard and I think that's where your fascination with TV started because your were in the basement in your little crate. Thank god your Barbara was available to watch you and give you your medicine. You would sleep on her chest, wheezing and coughing. She loved you just as much as we did. Logan was so curious, "Who is this little creature?" Life was not easy for you my little one. On top of your brother bullying you and your surgeries, you were a timid girl. I panicked and cried over every surgery. I never left the waiting room. "We are closing for the night" did not apply to me. You finally came out of your shell and your were a little devil. I'm thankful for every little scar I have from your teeth. I loved watching you and Logan play and chase each other. It was the highlight of my day. Seeing you in the window when I was leaving for work and seeing you in the window when I got home, precious memories. I still look for you in the window everyday. You were attached to me at the hip. You waited outside the bathroom for me. Thank you forever for our car rides, comforting me through a miscarriage, comforting me when I was sick. I gave you everything I had to make you comfortable as well. There wasn't a thing I wouldn't do for you and your brother. There was no expense spared for your birthday parties. Thank you for waiting patiently and not always so patiently for me to finish studying. I'm so glad we had quality time together near the end. I will treasure that forever. I feel like everyday without the both of you is getting harder and harder. I can still hear you, smell you, feel you. I know that you are still here with me. My Lacey, you were so sick at the end and I could no let and would not let you suffer for another minute. When you put your head on my lap and took your last breath, a part of me died. I would loved more time with you, but that would have meant more suffering for you and I will gladly bear the pain of losing you so that you are not suffering. I know what unconditional love is now. Mommy and Daddy will be with you one day. So will papa Ed and June. Eat your cheese, your cheesecake, your whipped cream, please run and jump and bark your little head off, bark at the geese, and keep the mail carriers away..Play with your bumble ball and beat up cat-dog. There's no more fireworks, motorcycles or loud cars. Watch after your brother. I know your are breathing fresh air with new lungs and are a healthy pup now. My beautiful girl, wait for me............Karyn BrettHuntington Station, New YorkJune 24, 2020
6/1/2020 - 6/23/2020Abby,

There are no words to describe my love for you, but I have a strong feeling you know. Your absence is deafening, but somehow I feel you all around me. You will always be my once in a lifetime dog, companion, and dearest friend. Yesterday was the hardest day of my life, but I would not give it up for anything, as it was my final act of kindness to extend to you. You have given me a lifetime of love, and how grateful am I to have shared such a sacred bond as ours.

Much Love,

Your Mommy!
Anne PattenCalimesa, CaliforniaJune 24, 2020