Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
3/3/1999 - 7/21/2013Chloe was a Dalmatian-pit mix. She loved to take walks and rides in the car. She especially liked taking walks along the local nature trails. Chloe had a great disposition and appreciated everything she had. She loved he toys, her favorite was her teddy. Teddy needed many stitches over the years but made to the end. Chloe loved her family and was always excited to greet them. She knew her boundaries, the yard was fenced but Chloe would never wander. She loved her life, and shared the that life with us. Her presence was calming, always with a warm smile or a kiss.

On her last day she was on the lawn near a bird feeder where a rabbit was eating the seeds that would fall to the ground. The rabbit knew that Chloe was no longer a threat and just went on eating. Some how Chloe got up the strength to lift her crippled paws and gave chase for one last time reminding us of the days she would play games. Soccer was one of her favorite games.
Bill RoartyLevittown, PennsylvaniaJuly 23, 2013
2/18/2013 - 7/3/2013"Pucky," "Wacky Petunia," "Mishpucky (play on the Hebrew "mishpucha," meaning family)," "Katie cakes," "Fruit"
and many other silly nicknames...

You have only been gone now a couple weeks, but how terribly we miss you. You left a huge hole in our home.

Our friend of 11+ years. You were a fuzzy potato puppy when we adopted you. Never a biter, always a protector. Sweet, funny, silly and gentle. Strong with big bark, you pulled me on the leash at times and almost knocked me over. Best friend to Teddy the Labrador. Lover of the kitties, letting them swat your face and you laughing and thinking it was funny. Licking Mickey so much he was soaking wet.

Lover of hikes, especially running through tall grasses. Eating horse dung and hoof scraps after the farrier was done. An occasional litter box treat, but never any counter surfing, and you were way big enough to do it. I could also leave a bag of raw steaks and chicken in the car with you and Ted and nothing was ever touched... What self control.

A persevering dog spirit.

Played tug with Karl very hard, and very soft with me. How did you know I didn't have his kind of physical strength?

I loved how you chased your squeaky ball through the house. And our hikes were some of the best times of my life.

I know it was not easy for you when Teddy died. And then we moved to a city and had to do neighborhood walks more
and hiking less. But you never complained. You just took life one moment at a time.

I miss our walks together. So many walks together. Thousands. But you will always be at my side in spirit. I can't thank you enough for teaching me love and kindness, loyalty, consistency, silliness and constancy. My friend forever. I love you, always and forever.

Gentle to the end. Even at your worst suffering, you were so gentle and kind and wanted to protect the house and all of us in it. I wish I were more like you.

You were so brave, each step of the way. You barked when the vet came, and then you lay down next to her. You were so tired. We could see your breathing was getting harder and harder. You were ready… I was not.

I hope you are now reunited with Teddy. I hope my mom and dad are there for you too. You are free again, restored to health and wholeness. Ribono shel olam, רבונו של עולם, Master of the Universe, grant Katie a peaceful, happy and safe passing to the world of Spirit. I am forever grateful for and humbled by the divine gift of Katie's love and companionship. Infinite Love and Gratitude.
Caron AllenSt. Louis, MissouriJuly 22, 2013
Glory Jones
6/18/2007Glory was truly like my soul mate. She was the most incredible dog I have ever had! She was smart, and had such a demeanor that could not be trained or taught, she just was made that way - really truly not like your average dog you see when you go out to the vet, or dog park, or anywhere. She was different - very special!! She was an excellent guard dog and only barked when there was a reason - the kids and I felt very safe with her. She was the only dog that we had that didn't have to be supervised with the cats - she just loved them. She would stay right by my side no matter what, whether she was leashed or not. She had the most beautiful glowing eyes, and you could read them as clearly as if you were reading words on a page! My Glory was so special to us!! She was just truly one of a kind!! I miss her more than words can say, and I will hold on with all of my heart to the hope of seeing her again someday!

Glory turned 6 years old on June 18th. She died of kidney failure.
Megan JonesHouston, TexasJuly 21, 2013
6/23/1998 - 7/16/2013Hannah died peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones. She lived a wonderful, adventure-filled life as my constant companion.Sarah SwopeBerkeley, CaliforniaJuly 18, 2013
5/6/1998 - 7/17/2013Molly was the best friend, companion and loved one you could ever wish for. She was and will always be one of us. Molly travelled the world with us and finally came to rest at home with her family around her. She is now with her sister, Beebe who passed 5 years ago but although we miss her terribly, she is now resting and in a better place. Love you Mol Moo xxxxxxxEmily DennisKissimmee, FloridaJuly 18, 2013
5/16/2013 - 7/3/2013Breeze was our first family pet, and I can't imagine a better fit. Gentle, kind, intelligent, fun-loving, and eager to please she was a fabulous companion for ten years. Her sweet spirit and loving nature made her adored by all who knew her, even those that aren't "dog people". We will miss her constant company, her nudging our arm when she needed attention, and her knack of knowing when food dropped on the floor. Although we will continue to miss her, we are blessed to have the wonderful memories of her happy life. Until we meet again, rest in peace Ms. Breeze.Debra DunnJacksonville, FloridaJuly 17, 2013
1/15/2002 - 7/13/2013Our Beloved Ernie
Ernie you came into our lifes as a bundle of joy
When we decided to have a pet become part of our family
We knew that you would be very special to us
through all the years you showed nothing but love as a faithful companion.
and always happy to greet us when coming home
with a big smile and waging tail.You will always be apart
of this family .Ernie we love you so much
Now it is time to say goodbye in body but your spirit
will live on in our hearts forever...Ernie you will truly be missed
Dennis Reedkenmore, New YorkJuly 16, 2013
7/1/2013 - 7/11/2013In loving memory of our cherished Bernese Mountain Dog "Gunnar" who meant so very much to our family. He loved everyone that he came in contact with and was such a blessing to us all. He was such a constant loving presence in our lives and we know that he was a gift from God right from the beginning. He fought the good fight with cancer and renal failure and tried his best to stay with us but his suffering needed to come to an end so that he could move on to heaven and we know that's where he is. We'll see him again. So grateful that we were able to allow him to pass in his own home with us by his side. He will live on in our hearts forever and always.Russell and Kathy KearKnoxville, TennesseeJuly 14, 2013
4/2/2000 - 6/28/2013You were my best friend - You will always be in my heartHugh GouldingBuffalo, New YorkJuly 14, 2013
7/8/2013In loving memory of my handsome, sweet, goofy lap potato. I loved your smile when I brushed the top of your head, and you gave the best eye kisses ever! You were a gift that somehow found a way to me, but left way too soon. I will always remember you with a smile and will see you again at the Rainbow Bridge. Keep Isabel company.Janet Zaidenberg-SchrumSt. Louis, MissouriJuly 13, 2013