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12/9/2019Lots of tears in our household. We are thankful that we had the last couple of days to love on him and spoil him. He's at peace now and we're thankful to be his people these past 16 years. We are grateful that he was able to pass away at home, unstressed and well loved. It seems strange to go downstairs and not see him, see his tail wag, see him snoozing or sniffing for treats. He was a great dog and he will be greatly missed. We love our Beau dog.Richard GrayShawnee, KansasDecember 13, 2019
11/5/2004 - 12/4/2019Milo truly was the best. We loved and lived life together for over 15 years, and now it just doesn’t feel the same without him. He taught me so much. We miss him and I would give anything to have him back, but I know that he is at peace, pain free, running around some where beautiful with my Dad.

We love you forever and always, Milo.
Derrick & Tiana BrandtDelray Beach, FloridaDecember 12, 2019
Miss Nina
1/1/2000 - 11/15/2019R.I.P. Miss NinaChicago, IllinoisDecember 12, 2019
Coco (mimi) Jones
5/2/2006 - 11/3/2019It's taken me weeks to get through the day without tears but I'm finally ready to write about her. Coco was a little fluff ball full of spunk. She was and forever will be my first child. She taught me patience, responsibility, sacrifice, and unconditional love. I named her Coco but called her Mimi. She was a strong independent dog but she loved her mommy. She was a little shadow following me around from room to room but snuggling on her own terms. She was smart as a whip- and she knew how to get what she wanted. She could get rubs from anyone in the room just by batting her eyes. She knew when I had a migraine coming on and would lay by my head until the pain went away. She always seemed like she had an old soul. The way she would watch things and take it all in made her seem like she knew she was fulfilling a purpose. I cared for her fiercely but really she was always the one protecting me. She kissed my tears when I was sad and wagged her tail so hard when I laughed. My goodness, I love that baby. I miss her more than I ever thought possible. I know she will always be with me. It was a privilege to love her and to be loved by her. Miss you, my little Fraggle. I hope you're getting endless amounts of rubs and cheese.Taryn Jonesdallas, TexasDecember 12, 2019
5/9/2009 - 11/18/2019In the most loving and caring memory of my handsome prince Charger. Charger was the runt of the liter and the last to be wanted. I drove down from Lake Tahoe and scooped him up at just 6 weeks old. He was so little. He would sleep on my chest at night and subsequently never broke the habit of wanting to sleep in bed with me, even when he grew to be the size of a small human lol. I used to blow my breath into his nose when his eyes were barely open. I wanted him to always know my smell as one of comfort. As he passed I did the same so he would know that his mom was there and he was safe. Charger loves to play ball more than any dog I’ve ever met. He was loved by all who met him. He was the sweetest, kindest, most loving animal and I could not have asked for more. He loves me more than anyone or anything. He travelled the world with me and went on so many adventures and met so many people. My best friend and companion is gone and my heart will forever be broken and I will always fee a hole where he once was. I am so grateful to Las of love for giving him the passing he deserved. In dignity, in the comfort of his home, surrounded by warmth and love.Ashley PuidaLas Vegas, NevadaDecember 12, 2019
8/12/2006 - 12/7/2019Goodbye is too is difficult, and to say you will be missed is an understatement. You made bad days good and good days better. You seem to almost being smiling all the time and made us smile when you were near. You have made such an impact on us that it has taken a couple of days just to be able to write this. I can only hope that when our time comes around that we can reunite once again to enjoy your company.Steven TwardowskiAllentown, PennsylvaniaDecember 12, 2019
6/1/2005 - 12/6/2019Kiki's life was a beautiful gift shared with our family. She enriched our lives everyday and we learned so much from her. We are ever grateful for her unconditional love and faithful friendship. We will miss her smile, happy bark, and wiggle walk as she greeted us. We remember her at her best happily chasing squirrels and birds across our yard; and, herding our children along the NC Outer Banks coastline. Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre helped Kiki live a long and healthy life. Dr. Beth from Lap of Love supported Kiki and our family when Kiki passed away.The Griffith FamilyAlexandria, VirginiaDecember 12, 2019
9/22/2001 - 12/9/2019Cindy was the wisest of teachers. She knew the power of pure, unconditional love and gave herself fiercely and fully to anyone she met. We are so grateful for every moment we had with our baby girl. And we are so grateful to Dr. Beth and Lap of Love DC for helping us through this sad time - Dr. Beth held us in loving kindness through everything.Meagan EstepWashington, District of ColumbiaDecember 12, 2019
11/21/2019Our sweet, sweet Banjo! You will forever be loved and cherished as the best dog ever.Jennifer GreggApex, North CarolinaDecember 11, 2019
12/4/2006 - 11/24/2019In loving memory of my sweet boy, Giglio - one of the best friends I ever had. He taught me much about life...about patience and persistence and about loving unconditionally. He was a people pleaser for sure and it seemed he enjoyed nothing more than being in the middle of whatever was going on - whether it was holiday celebrations or movie nights or lazy days or simple meal times. You couldn't help but love him. He would jump up into your lap and look into your eyes as if he was looking right into your soul. His quiet presence was a comfort to me, especially in difficult times. Even during his last days, when I couldn't bring myself to say goodbye, it seemed he was trying to rally for my sake. But when his time had come, he put his paw on me softly and continued purring right up until his last moments - as if to let me know it was ok to say goodbye and that he was at peace. But how I miss him. Goodnight, my sweet, four-legged angel. I'm so grateful for the gift you were to me.Geri DLong Island, New YorkDecember 11, 2019
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