Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
9/11/2003 - 8/11/2019Shyla, you have been part of this family so long that I don't know how to get used to not seeing you. You were definitely the boss! You had a mind of your own and kept the other dogs in line. I will miss snuggling with you at night and I will miss hearing you snore on the sofa during the day. You will be missed! We love you so much!!Valerie KingTampa, FloridaAugust 15, 2019
11/11/2003 - 8/11/2019Rocky, there will never be another dog like you! I am a better person because you were in my life. I hope in Heaven you have an endless ocean where you can pull out every twig and piece of seaweed to your hearts content. I love you Rocko!Valerie KingTampa, FloridaAugust 15, 2019
4/12/2004 - 8/9/2019Bailey H. Crowley Bailey my pal, you gave me almost 16 wonderful, unforgettable years. We shared so many emotions and feelings over the years, but the one I will never forget is how much LOVE you had for me and I for you. You will be missed, but never forgotten, the bed will be empty now and never to be filled again, but you are not suffering and you are flying high about watching over me. I miss you Pal and will always love you unconditionally and never forget what lessons in life you have taught me.Marty CrowleyOrlando, FloridaAugust 15, 2019
11/14/2002 - 7/14/2019Carl thought he was a small dog, he loved to lay on the couch and cuddle. And he LOVED beds. He did not discriminate. Big or small he would lay in them all. It didn't actually even have to be a bed. He went by the "if I fits, I sits" rule. As my mother-in-law would say he was a bed connoisseur.

Carl also very occasionally gave a kiss. But just one. He was not a licker- but if he was exceptionally excited to see you or you were cuddling with him on the couch he would occasionally honor you by giving you one loving kiss. Carl didn't know how to play ball, but he tried. He wasn't your typical dog who wagged his whole butt because he was so happy to see you when you walked in. He had this very calm nature but he always let you know he loved you. I so miss walking into a room and hearing his tail beat the hardwood floor and knowing (even if I couldn't see him) he was happy I was there. And he is the only dog I have ever known that loved to be told he was a good boy. If you said "Who is a good boy?" He knew it was him. His tail would start a wagging and he would be the happiest boy.

Carl had a lot of scars. He hated cats. He was scared of tiled floors and hallways. We have no idea what the first part of his life was like or how those other people treated him. But we know that in the last years of his life he was loved so so much by everyone who met him. And we always made sure he knew he was a good boy.

As much as we loved him he loved us more.
Nicole SandersKemah, TexasAugust 15, 2019
11/10/2005 - 8/8/2019Sammy will always be in our hearts. He marched to the tune of his own drum & handled so many health issues so bravely. He was such a sweet little guy & wonderful companion. We cannot express the depth of how much we will miss him. Dr. Jo was so amazing in how she handled our much care, compassion & understanding. So much heartfelt thanks to her from our family.Amy RubinAtlanta, GeorgiaAugust 15, 2019
5/17/2000 - 8/10/2019My Dear Little Star,
You will forever shine brightly in my heart. It has been four days since you joined the heavenly realm and your feline brother Ringo. I still look for you down here on Earth when I should perhaps be scanning the evening sky. You were blessed with a long life amongst our loving family. In your nineteen years, together with Ringo, you saw Marie and Zoe grow up to become competent young women, who now dote on cats of their own. I will miss your companionship especially when you made a point of sitting snuggled beside me, though never on my lap. Stroking your soft grey fur soothed me and the rhythm of your barely audible purr was comforting. Your feisty nature made up for your petite size. You could certainly hold your own against intruding strays and oftentimes your brother too! You would stare boldly and directly at my face with your deep green eyes while making demands with an exceedingly loud meow. I have many such memories of you, which I will keep alive for as long as I live. We rescued you and Ringo from a shelter and I hope we gave you a wonderful life as you enriched ours.
Sue AveryStony Brook, New YorkAugust 14, 2019
7/4/2004 - 8/13/2019We loved him so much and he was the best big brother to our dog Layla and is swimming in Heaven nowMelanie & Anthony SetaBoca Raton, FloridaAugust 14, 2019
6/6/2004 - 8/13/2019BEST of the BEST. Loved by all. Missed by all.Elizabeth BucknerKnoxville, TennesseeAugust 14, 2019
Harley Rose
8/2/2006 - 5/18/2019To our girl, Harley Rose...

You gave us way more than we could ever have given you, We cherish so many memories. You are loved and missed.
Christine WaltonColumbus, OhioAugust 14, 2019
Sergeant Pepper
1/1/2002 - 7/22/2019Rest well, Sergeant Pepper. I’m glad I was able to take care of you for a while. You were always there when I needed a lift, and I really enjoyed our time. You were a nonjudgmental friend, and I saw you more than almost anyone else. You were my best buddy, and the nights are still lonely without you strutting around, trilling, or waking me up.

I’ll see you at the Rainbow Bridge.



Daniel CohenHouston, TexasAugust 14, 2019