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1/15/2004 - 2/22/2020In loving memory of Daisy, who was with our family for 16 years. She loved to run around the house and yard and occasionally the neighborhood. We watched her grow from a small puppy through adulthood and into her senior years. The last few months of her life, joint pain and arthritis slowed down her body but not her spirit. At the end I just couldn't wait for something really bad or traumatic to happen to her so I knew that it was time to let her go. She spent her last day basking in the sun in our backyard, surrounded by her family, eating junk food and even wagging her tail until the very end when she fell asleep with us all holding her. Our house is not the same without her, but we find comfort in the fact that she is no longer hurting and we feel blessed that we were able to give her a peaceful passing.Cheryl ShepardFranklin, TennesseeFebruary 24, 2020
1/24/2017 - 2/24/2020He was a super hero I always care for. He never let me go alone anywhere from picking up from auto to dropping at home ways there for me..He ways protects my Dollar from anything bad to happen. He was dollar's Elder brother and always protect him. Nomater what has happened but I won't be able to forget him because he was stray dog and I keep him like a child. Since he was born he was weak Nd I was very happy he survived. he was a nelous dog, he don't want any other dog to come close to me. but he respect the thing which I love .I love my he take care of him so that I be happy.Surbhi SharmaGhaziabad, IndianaFebruary 24, 2020
Levi Grace Pederson
12/15/2004 - 2/20/2020How can you say goodbye to a dog who has been by your side for 15 years . She was my dog, even after kids she still made coming home the best part of my day. We will certainly have more dogs in the future but they will be my kids dog. I’ll never have such an amazing bond as I did with my sweet Levi. I’ll forever be missing a piece of my heart now that you are gone. You are now free to chase all the squirrels and cars and run fast like you used to. I’ll try not to grieve too long but the memories will not stop flooding my mind and all the little reminders around the house hit me so hard. There is an emptiness without you . Love you always, sweet baby LeviBrooke PedersonCharlotte, North CarolinaFebruary 24, 2020
7/14/2007 - 2/5/2020My husband found this little black speck of a kitten in the north yard of Newport News Shipyard after dropping me off at work nearly 13 years ago. He took this tiny black kitten to work with him (also at Newport News Shipyard) and tried to give him away but nobody wanted him. When he picked me up and showed me what he'd found...I was in love. We had no pets pets nor was I a 'cat' person, but this was different. We named him SYK (Ship Yard Kat). He owned us and ran 'his' neighborhood. He was spirited, loving and loved.

In April 2019 we noticed a lump on Syk's hip. The needle aspiration was inconclusive, but leaned toward an infection that would clear on its own. In August, after the lumped had grown and was protruding from his body, we wanted it removed. That's when we got the diagnosis of cancer. Syk continued to live a full life for several months but succumb to the pain and discomfort of this large growth. The tumor (on his left hip) had grown very large over the last 10 months. We’re leaving on vacation and feared he wouldn’t make it during the week we were gone. We decided on Sunday 2/2 to let him go and scheduled it for Wednesday 2/5. That morning, just 3 hours before Dr. Elyse arrived, the skin broke and he began to bleed. I know we’ll miss him terribly, but I know we made the right decision at the right time. Syk will be forever loved.
Joy & Alan (and Sys) VanceSmithfield, VirginiaFebruary 24, 2020
10/11/2006 - 2/18/2020Jasper and Smokey, your bully breed brothers, and your daddy and I miss you puppy girl. We will never forget you and look forward to the day we see you again with your angel wings.Vivian WilliamsHowell, Michigan, MichiganFebruary 23, 2020
5/11/2007 - 2/22/2020Sally was a sweet girl. She was loyal to her family. She used to lay on the back of the couch like a cat when she was younger. We tried to crate train her but she wasnt having it. So my youngest daughter brought her into her bedroom and ever since then she never had an accident in the house and her easy living was well on its way. She really was a wonderful dog. So awkward as a puppy but we loved her dearly. She truely filled our hearts daily. Anytime that we went camping she would get carsick. We didnt care. She was with us and thats all that mattered. One day my mom came to visit. The whole time she was there Sally couldnt get enough of sniffing my moms hair. Its was so funny. So many memories. So many photos. A dog in your life is truely a blessing. They adore and love you no matter what and are always the first to greet you at the door. She will be missed and she will never be forgotten. We love you Sally. Spread your angel wings and run run run.Sandy kleimanMacedon, New YorkFebruary 23, 2020
3/1/2005 - 2/19/2020Our dear sweet Golden Boy Shiloh, now free to run, play and see his doggy brothers and sisters.

Please see the next tab to read a bit about our Shiloh (Shi-Shi).
Jules SEllicott City, MarylandFebruary 23, 2020
2/20/2002 - 2/22/2020I love you, sweet Mick. My partner in crime for 18 years.Amber HeltonOrlando, FloridaFebruary 23, 2020
4/20/1999 - 2/22/2020Missing our sweet Cleo 💕 it still feels like she is here with us.Aimee and Steve KurillaDearborn, MichiganFebruary 23, 2020
2/20/2008 - 2/22/2020Allie joined us after wandering the streets of White Rock Lake. She served as the Lady in Waiting for Empress Ivy, who guided her in the ways of royal power and etiquette. Queen Allie ascended the throne of Embree after the beloved Ivy passed away. She carried on the fierce protection of her castle; no squirrel or cat or possum dared to question her authority for risk of life. She would receive guests but only those who followed strict protocol and obeisance to her majesty. Her grandmother Joan was provided particular privileges to the throne. The arrival of Prince Stevie required some initial training but he quickly understood the line of ascension. He played when Her Majesty allowed it. Allie loved her garden and spent may hours monitoring its progress. She also traveled extensively to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico; Bay St. Louis, MI; Ozark Mountains, AR.Michael DegenGarland, TexasFebruary 23, 2020
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