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12/10/2020 - 8/5/2020Jackson was a gentle giant, my family and I were lucky to have him grace our lives. His spot remains empty of his body but I know he is close in our heart. Run free my sweet, sweet boy!
"We are all connected. The living to the nonliving, as the nonliving to the living. All things in all directions in all times. It is only in the physical dimension that we have limitations. (The membrane between us is thinner than you think.)”
― Garth Stein, A Sudden Light
Nicole BallLorton, VirginiaAugust 6, 2020
11/17/2002 - 8/5/2020Cheech, you have left the biggest whole in my heart and Ithe day can not come soon enough until I can hold you again and look into those big brown eyes.Rebecca EarleyCape Coral, FloridaAugust 6, 2020
9/21/2004 - 7/25/2020My beautiful “Hope”. Unexpectedly, almost 16 years ago you found your way into my life. My personal wish of some day uniting with a “gray” became a reality. So began our journey. You and I, at each other’s side, sharing every single aspect of whatever life happened to throw our way. Our relationship IS that beyond any human association. Your vibrant personality, ensuring that I understood exactly what you intended in communication to your Mom, as always expressing your love to me, is so enormously missed each and every day. The spiritual bond between you and I (Mommy) will remain in my heart and soul forever. Mom loves you like no other and you will always be my “Precious Petal”.Linda AccunzoHanover Township, New JerseyAugust 6, 2020
2/24/2009 - 8/5/2020Our sweet Cash will be terribly missed but forever celebrated. Thank you to all who loved our boy.Ashley McGintyAnnapolis, MarylandAugust 6, 2020
10/10/2009 - 8/5/2020We adopted Cassidy and her sister and litter mate Cocoa when they were 2 years old. They brought so much happiness and love into our home. They were the perfect pair Cassidy was the ying to cocoas yang.
Cassidy was always so calm and sweet, she loved getting all the snuggles, she was a foodie and often times would make her way into the pantry when we were away and eat an entire loaf of bread. She loved rolling in the grass, biting the water as it came out of the sprinklers and boxing with her sister.
Cassidy was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, and on the evening of Aug 4 she took a turn for the worst. It was in that moment that we knew it was time to help her leave this earth peacefully with her human family and her sister by her side.
Our house is way too quiet now and Our hearts are empty as we try to navigate this new way of life without her physically in it. Cocoa is lonely and sad, she misses her best friend and sister but she is getting extra loves and treats and with time we hope that she will come around.
We were so lucky to walk into these girls lives when we did and they will forever be in our hearts and memories.

Love you Cass “smash shmo”
Trinadee FullerHerriman, UtahAugust 6, 2020
9/1/2005 - 8/4/2020On Tuesday in spite of the terrible weather , we chose to help MacDuff cross over the rainbow bridge . He was tired and ready to join his friends and family in heaven . He was the best Scottie ever and will live Forever in our hearts . Thank you Dr Kristen for helping him to pass on with dignity .Debra McKennaValley Stream, New YorkAugust 6, 2020
1/1/2003 - 8/5/2020We don’t know her actual birthday, but we had her for 14 years and we think she was about 4 when we got her. She has been the most lovable kitty, and we are going to never forget her.Tammy LymanYucaipa, CaliforniaAugust 6, 2020
5/1/2020 - 8/5/2020I had to say goodbye to my Sparty. He was a one of a kind Dalmatian. Always protective of the family. There's a hole in my heart for him. Thank you for being apart of our family. We will meet again at Rainbow Bridge.LeaAnn WeatherfordDelray Beach, FloridaAugust 6, 2020
7/22/2020 - 8/4/2020We were so lucky to have you in our lives for 18 years. From New York City to Rochester, NY to Greenwich CT to Austin TX to Sandy, UT, from living the fun single life in NYC to babies and suburbs and the ups and downs of life, you were there for it all. There is a flood of memories every day, of you, and they are coming out my eyes. My favorite memory is walking you through the streets of New York City during the Fall, on the way to meet friends for an alfresco dinner. You were such a NYC dog and loved dining outside, riding in the elevator, greeting our doorman, running through Central Park during off leash hours. You were so sleek and black and shiney and fat. I'm glad I never listened to any vet when they told me to put you on a diet. The aging process was so subtle, we barely noticed as you got thinner, grayer, less shiney. Your eyes clouded over. You couldn't do all the things. I hope you enjoyed your life and your senior days as much as we enjoyed being with you. You will be so missed, you were the once- in-a -lifetime companion.Deb HafnerSANDY, UtahAugust 6, 2020
Indiana Jones
8/7/2008 - 8/4/2020You never forget your first dog.

Indiana Jones acquired over 850 documented visits to schools, mental hospitals, and assisted living facilities in his therapy dog work.

Indy was a PetSmart Training Demonstration Dog, Canine Good Citizen, AKC Therapy dog member, Be An Angel Therapy Dogs member, and Alliance of Therapy Dogs team member. For nearly a decade of his 12 years on earth, he contributed to healing the hearts of the young and old.

His Metal canine tooth cap was installed in 2010, his liposarcoma was defeated in 2018, and macular degeneration took over this year, ending the use of his back hips.

Indy changed the lives of so many for the better. He was honored with a small gathering to say goodbye until we meet again on 8/4/2020 to sail on The White Ship.

The week before his passing, he ate all the treats he could ever want, and for the last 4 months had family constantly with him at home and had visits from people in his life. It has been a paced, deeply thought about, and appropriately grieved over time process.

His White Ship sail away party consisted of doggy bakery cupcakes, cheddar bacon dog ice cream, and his family surrounding him at home as he transcended from our world to the next via euthanasia. The vet said it took much less time that usual for a dog his size to pass away. He was ready to go.

Immediately seen outside while carrying his body to the van for cremation was a brilliant rainbow. That was an unexpected comfort.

The body never seems to keep up with the spirit of a German Shepherd Dog. I miss you my friend.
Darlene KillenOrlanoo, FloridaAugust 6, 2020
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