Memorial for Pets

Our pets give us their love, patience, undying appreciations and make our lives better in countless ways. The loss of a pet can be devastating. We believe that by talking about the loss of a beloved family member, sharing stories and creating a memorial for your baby can help aide in the healing process.

Please use our Pet Memorial website here to honor the memory of your pet with a photo and a story about them. Please submit your loving story and/or photo to be shared on this page.

Click on the memorial stone paw print to the left to submit your pet’s memorial and to honor his/her memory. Your story and memorial of your pet could help someone else when they are grieving over the loss of their own pet.

If you’re looking for information, help and/or assistance about Pet Loss and Grief Counseling for yourself of for a friend or family member, please visit this page on our website.

Memorials: Newest Ones First

My family and I adopted Chewy & his brother, Blue, back in July of 2014. We aren’t really sure of his birthdate, so we just used a family members birthday as his date of birth. We fell in love with Chewy as soon as we got him. His personality was so cute. He loved to sit in my lap all the time & he would place his chin on my hand when he slept. He used to jump on my bed every night & hit my face with his to paw to let me know he was there. He was a very vocal cat & always made his presence known! When we found out he had high blood pressure & kidney disease, we did everything we could to make him comfortable. Towards the last few days of his life, he was not well. The decision to have him put down was devastating to myself & my family, but it was the best choice. We did not want him to be suffering anymore. My family & I will miss him terribly! RIP Chewy…..you are forever in our hearts! 

My Bubba Joe came into my life unexpectedly but welcomed. When I first got him he had a hard time adjusting to his new environment, his new home. But as time passed he quickly and easily became a part of our family. But out of everyone he had the deepest and biggest bond with me. If I went to take a shower when I would open the shower curtain, he would be stretched out on the rug right in front of the tub. If I went to the bathroom he curled up at my feet while I was on the toilet as if he just couldn’t bare for me to leave his side. At times I got aggravated with these behaviors but now I would give my right arm just to have him get in my way. I guess I didn’t realize how blessed I was to have a dog that loved me so much he would’ve followed me into a fire if I would’ve walked into one. I knew something was wrong when these little things that he did stopped and instead of following me he would lift his head and just watch as I wen t wherever I had to go. Bubba Joe is a special dog who loves me unconditionally. I would do anything to have him back. He was one of the greatest things in my life, right up there with my kids. And that’s to say a lot. He was protective over his family all the way up until the end. I guess I thought he would live forever, but unfortunately I was wrong. I refused to accept that he was suffering all the way up until he drew his last breath. That was selfish of me but I just love him so much I didn’t want to lose him. I don’t know why he was taken from me or how I will get through it but if this message reaches one pet owner that sometimes gets aggravated at the fact that their pet most likely has separation anxiety if they display any of these behaviors, it will be worth the time I took to write it. Cherish every moment that you have not just with your pets but with anyone that you share a loving relationship with because you never know when your last moment with them w ill come. I love you Bubba Joe, fly high baby and remember you’re always with Mama.

2008 – 2015

I had my beautiful Roxy for seven short years. She was never a dog to me, she was my baby girl. She was so smart. She suddenly became ill in November 2015 and I had to let her go to sleep. That was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. I still miss her so very much.