Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
4/11/2004 - 3/26/2020Thank you Casey for having me as your family for over 16 years. I will never forget you. You always were so patient with your brothers and never asked for attention but was ok bring in the background. I knew you loved attention too though and knew you loved being singled out even when you didn’t ask for it. I will always love you. I know Cesar is with you now over the bridge and you are running together chasing squirrels forever. ❤️❤️❤️Lynn CookeOdessa, FloridaMarch 27, 2020
Lou Jack
8/27/2004 - 3/23/2020In Memory of Lou Jack, my tiny universe, my little love, my baby bug, my buggy. Our entire lives revolved around him, especially the last few years. He had a very bad heart murmur, stage 2 kidney disease, a bad gallbladder and Cushings diease by the time everything was said and done. He fought so hard. He was hospitalized back in October/November. Thats when we discovered the kidney disease, cushings and gallbladder issues. He stayed for 6 days, over $6,000 in bills. People thought we were nuts, he was 15. But to us, he was worth everything. He came home and was on the right track to being normal again with a slew of new meds added to his heart meds. We had a lovely Thanksgiving and Christmas with him. He loved to open his own presents. Then in February I got married and both my pups were in it. I am so happy he was there. Then a few weeks later, he started to decline again. Took him back to his specialist and went home with some new meds. So with getting up every 2 hours every night for the past 5 years, we were also giving meds at 3 am, 5 am, 11 am, 5 pm and 7 pm, so you can see where it was all about my sweet boy. He never really got better after that. We had a check up and the doctor confirmed that the kidneys were declining again. He wanted to hospitalize him and we refused. Quality over quantity at this point. So with lots of tears and a discussion between me, my husband and my mom we decided to call Laps of Love. I wanted him to be as comfortable as possible and in my arms. Dr. Kali was so nice and gentle. He went peacefully and I miss him so much. It feels so empty here.Kaley MullenFLEMING ISLAND, FloridaMarch 27, 2020
Penelope ('penny') Carlin
2/24/2007 - 3/22/2020We are so sorry Penelope; sorry that these words won't do you justice.
Sweet Sweet Penelope. You are so deeply missed. The void left in our hearts is felt every day. Who would have thought that the house could feel so empty... But we always said you were a little dog with a big dog heart and took up more space in a bed than we did! Not a moment goes by that we don't think about you. Your licks, wagging nub, cuddles, and smiles filled us with such joy. We hope that you are running with Biggie and Bailey, playing with Stinky Pete , and that you are keeping G-Bob company. Daddy's friend Gloria will take care of you. You will never be alone; you will always be safe. We want you to know that you have been the most amazing dog. We know that your wings got too big for our house so you had to fly. We will look for you in our dreams and one day, we believe that we will see you again. We will love you forever and a day. Sweet Sweet Penny, you are so deeply missed. Our hearts are empty without you.
Beth and Drew CarlinKing of Prussia, PennsylvaniaMarch 27, 2020
5/30/2006 - 3/22/2020Putting a fur-baby down is the toughest decision a pet owner must make, even if it is for the welfare of the pet. Our sweet Gypsy was no exception. She was loved by many and often claimed to be the favorite of the pack. We have wrapped all of our treasured memories in love and sent them with her to the GREAT BEYOND. She now runs and plays with her brothers that have gone on before - feeling no pain or discomfort anymore. We look forward to the day when they will run across the pasture into our open arms and welcome us home.Stefanie SeebauerColumbia, South CarolinaMarch 26, 2020
6/1/2007 - 3/23/2020I hate coming home from work, now that you aren't there to greet me... But so glad that you aren't in pain anymore, and can now run (gallop, really lol) with your ears flapping over the rainbow bridge. Best of all, you are able to meet up with Dad again...after almost 10 years of you looking for him every time that the door opened. We love you so much, and will miss you forever...our dear pup <3 #Pupparoo #Pupparoni #RoadDog #Budman #BestBuddyEverJen BakerMidvale, UtahMarch 26, 2020
9/14/2005 - 3/25/2020We said good bye yesterday to our beloved Riley. He truly was the best dog , with such a sweet and gentle disposition.
He was the Patriarch of our Corgi group. He loved to socialize and beg from everyone, He loved people and people loved him.
His kind eyes were what made Riley such a special boy. He loved to spend time in his backyard and pick strawberries in his own strawberry patch . He was in charge of checking the perimeter of our back field , it made him feel important. He left two pack members in charge Rosie and Ranger. He taught them everything he knew , how to to be a loyal companion and when needed a brave watch dog.
We will miss him terribly but we know we were so blessed to have shared 14 1/2 years with this special boy.
Glenda TofsrudFair Oaks, CaliforniaMarch 26, 2020
10/25/2020 - 3/25/2020Our sweet baby boy Mo went to the rainbow bridge to become a puppy again. He was the best boy doggie any family could ask for and we loved him with all of our heats and souls. We miss him terribly, but know that he is out of pain and running through a field of flowers and his favorite bones with the biggest smile on his face. His Grandma is there to take care of him and will love him the way we love him. Thank you Moey for bringing so much love and happiness into our lives. We will never forget you and you will forever be in our hearts.Randi WeissmanParkland, FloridaMarch 26, 2020
8/28/2008 - 3/13/2020Tomorrow marks two weeks ago we said goodbye to our sweet Nova. She was such a good, loyal, obedient, sweet, spoiled, smart, silly, goofy, beautiful and loving dog. We miss her desperately. She was such a huge part of everything we did and her absence is overwhelmingly difficult to come to terms with. The love and the bond we shared with her was so special and strong and still, it lingers. I can still see her, hear her, anticipate her movements...I've even caught myself, out of habit and routine, looking for her.. listening for the predictable paws on the floor before I realize she is not there. My heart still hurts, she was my best doggie friend and she is missed dearly.Stephanie ReevesLEXINGTON, South CarolinaMarch 26, 2020
11/1/2020 - 3/23/2020What a beautiful furry creature Momma was! She was smart, beautiful, fun, kind to other animals & people, and extremely loving! We called her "cat-dog" because she had many canine traits--not your typical "cat attitude." Our lives were changed forever when she came into our lives all those years ago, and we will forever be grateful for the time we got to have with her. We are heartbroken over her passing, but will enjoy sharing our beautiful memories of her. We love you, tiny Momma!Tracy ArataEureka, MissouriMarch 26, 2020
12/29/2020 - 3/25/2020Thank you for the wonderful 16 years. You made the kids’ childhood fun and lively. You kept Mama company and you never caused any problems. We couldn’t have asked for a better dog. We love you and miss you so much.Minelle EastlackWenonah, PennsylvaniaMarch 26, 2020