I always looked forward to putting my Christmas tree up knowing that she would go right to her traditional spot. She loved to lay on the tree skirt underneath the tree.
A big dog with a big presence and an even bigger heart.
My dearest Bailey (my almost 15 yr old mini dachshund). I never knew a man could have such a deep …
July 7, 2020 – a photo memory of Tara. From: Lynda Buss Cross Plains, WI
Next to your parents, Grandma Carol loved you most.
Like a true Wisconsinite, this dog enjoyed cheese, naps and snow!
A dog with spunk and pure joy for the little things in life.
When he barreled into my parent’s car, his personality was nothing short of loyal, goofy, and loving.
You brought so much love & smiles to our lives.
She had boundless energy–nearly infinite when playing ball, never-ending love and super-fuzzy snuggles.
You gave us a master class in dealing with sickness gracefully.
Running through that dog park. His big chest forward, head high, big paws flapping, with his stubby little legs bouncing behind.
Our smart, sweet and loving family member.
Starr intuitively knew when my son needed to be calmed down. She would let him hold her velvety ear to fall asleep.
The soft black cat with the greatest purr.
I spent the past 14 years with this good cat who gave much love and patience to his family.
Kind, gentle, funny dog who was unimaginably curious. The best pal anyone could ever ask for.
If I could have done more I would have.
Best snuggle buddy
I hate that Wobblers Syndrome robbed us of more years together.
Buster was a juvenile teenager who never grew up at age of 10 years. He was a dog full of spitfire and spunk. He was full of energy.
Timmy was such a loyal dog that wanted nothing but to protect us.
You left this earth way too soon. You were poisoned and I was helpless to do anything except make your last month as comfortable for you as possible.
McLovin was the silliest boy you could meet. He pranced regally where ever he went and usually carried his leash in his mouth. He was never grumpy or moody…