Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
6/24/2007 - 5/10/2015We have cried over this sweet soul every day that she has been gone but we know we were truly fortunate to be owned by this mastiff and have had 8 wonderful years with her. Isabelle was our first mastiff, our introduction to this breed. And although we didn't get nearly enough time with her and we are heartbroken at her loss, we wouldn't trade any moment we had with her even knowing we would go through this heart break. She was a feisty, bossy, and loving fur baby. I'm confident I will see her again someday and be able to pet that big, soft head and scratch behind those silky, floppy ears. And in return, I'll get those sweet mastiff kisses that she loved to give. Rest in peace, sweet girl. Rest in peace.Emily KinkeadKnoxville, TennesseeMay 15, 2015
2/14/1996 - 5/9/2015Scratchy...19 yrs ago you came into my life expectedly...even though, I was apprehensive about you and pushed you away, you didn't let me...When I took you in, you put me through the ringer and tested me..Thank you so much...Without you, I wouldn't have know patience, without you I wouldn't have know devotion and compassion...You provided stability and the ability to see beyond my own world and appreciate the ones that love me most.

You will always be in my heart. Love you, my dearest Scratchy.

<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

To my family & friends:

Having you there during Scratchy's final moments meant the world to me.

It wasn't easy emotionally but surrounded with love and support made it bearable. No words can express the gratitude that having you all there meant...RC
Roselle CorbaleyTorrance, CaliforniaMay 15, 2015
8/12/2001 - 5/14/2015Nearly 15years, well 14 plus 9 months , this past year we saw him gradually declining in health from Liver Disease, and an awful aggressive mast cell tumor, from all signs of CANCER and possibly Cushions Disease, to recently when he needed help just to stand up and walk again, seeing his limbs collapse and laying there so helplessly the whimpers for you to rescue me, I struggled and struggled for the right decision as I continued to pick you up and carry you out to pee ! The last few days has been very hard for me ! I came across this poem yesterday as I've searched and searched read hundreds of things , the words of this below describes my TAZ to a T, and helped me see what needed to be .

If it should be, that I grow frail and weak,
And pain should keep me from my sleep,
Then you must do what must be done
For this, the last battle, can't be won.
You will be sad, I understand.
Don't let your grief then stay your hand,
For this day, more than the rest,
Your love and friendship stand the test.
We've had so many happy years
What is to come can hold no fears.
You'd not want me to suffer, so,
When the time comes, please let me go.
Take me where my needs they'll tend only,
Stay with me to the end,
And hold me firm and speak to me,
Until my eyes no longer see.
I know in time you will see
It is a kindness you do to me
Although my tail its last has waved
From pain and suffering I've been saved.
Don't grieve it should be you,
Who decides this thing to do,
We've been so close, we two,all these years
Don't let your heart hold any tears .Smile - for we walked together,
and through the years you stuck by me till the end.
Tracey DerrickLexington, South CarolinaMay 15, 2015
7/23/2015 - 5/8/2015Tinkerbell was the sweetest, most loving, best emotional support and family dog anyone could ever ask for. She lived a great life and was so immensely loved and cared for every single day. She returned the favor tenfold. Tinkerbell was my first dog and she saw me and my family through some very tough times. She was always there to give extra kisses and provide her love and support every single day. Tinkerbell loved to run, eat, hang out with her family, sun bathe, and play with her bear; most of all eat, though. In her last days we made a bucket list of all of her favorite foods and we were fortunate enough to be able to check them all off! We miss her so much and there is a huge, irreparable hole in our hearts. We know that she is still here with us, and we all know that we will see her again at the end of our journeys. We miss her terribly.Boca Raton, FloridaMay 15, 2015
11/25/2002 - 5/13/2015My heart broke into pieces, one of which you took with you over the rainbow bridge, on May 13, 2015 when one of the kindest and most respectful doctors, Dr. Barry, helped you cross over. As I shared the news with family and friends, it hit me over and over again just how special of a girl you were, to so many. Lap of Love gave me the gift of writing and sharing a memorial for you and because you are so special to so many I will write this with tears in my eyes and love in my heart for you.

Oh how I wish I could have taken you to the emergency vet again as I did once before and spent the walk in fee just to find out when they took your temperature, the pain you felt was gas and once released, you were fine again. You have been released from your pain and are free again, but you will never be released from my heart. Keep protecting those on the other side because it is just who you are and I will see you again my Big Baby Girl. I love you always & fur-ever.
Jenny CulottaSt. Petersburg, FloridaMay 14, 2015
5/13/2015Best dog Loved by all!Lancaster, New YorkMay 14, 2015
7/12/1999 - 5/12/2015Chelsea, for nearly 16 years you gave us your unconditional love. We will remember your energy and sweetness, and your quiet, comforting companionship in your final days. Your absence has left a big hole in our home and hearts. You'll always be our girl and we will forever miss you.Reston, VirginiaMay 14, 2015
5/8/2015My dearest friend of 12 years, you are truly missed every day.Dana FischelHighland, CaliforniaMay 13, 2015
1/11/2003 - 5/12/2015I will miss you my little Dusty Doodles, and will carry you in my heart every day! You made my life better, and for that I thank you!Jackie TepperLos Angeles, CaliforniaMay 13, 2015
Sammy James
4/22/2000 - 5/9/2015Sammy was the most loving friend, the most loyal companion, the most enthusiastic cheerleader, and the most dedicated (and handsome) family man. Integrated into the history of our family, he lived out the long, happy, active life his little heart deserved. No other dog could fill the void he left on the couch, in my mom’s lap, out on the lawn, and in our hearts. After fifteen years, Sammy’s story has come to a peaceful close, and he is now chasing bunnies and eating meatballs in puppy heaven.Josie SavagianBloomfield Hills, MichiganMay 13, 2015