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…
Sweetest girl and best friend and companion anyone could ever ask for.
Sorry you were sick, hope we made the right decision for you, and wish I could explain to you…
Both these big lover-cats came to us at around age 9, and lived with us for 10 additional years.
I’ll always remember the day you came home to us, a tiny black puppy that had a little red bow on top of her head.
You taught me so much about life, love and tenacity. Your dance and butt wag when you’d see me would brighten my days.
Sir was a cat who loved vanilla ice cream, popcorn, watching squirrels, sleeping on mom and your treat ball.
This dog gave us more love and joy 13 years then one could ask.
I am profoundly grateful for the “loan” of this special Labradoodle and his joie de vivre. His big beautiful brown eyes sometimes seemed to pierce deep into my soul.
You wildly climbed the curtains, wood doors, kitchen cabinets, closets & screen doors. It gave you joy to scratch our furniture more than the cat post.
He was shy but so sweet. He loved coffee, pizza and shiny things.
Both of you came into our lives at different times but together helped us become better people.
Named after Dante’s Inferno, he was a rescue cat who was in a fire and was the only animal who made it out.
Sweet, silly, loving dog with the most beautiful brown eyes one could imagine.
My cat was sassy, just like myself, and she was my biggest cheerleader.
Defying the odds, Simon fought his way out of a wheelchair and back up on all four feet!
It’s amazing how many times a day I still expect to see you under my kitchen table hoping for a dropped item. It’s been two months and seems like yesterday
He welcomed everyone. He never showed an ounce of jealousy each time we brought a new baby home from the hospital. Maximus loves our children.
Remembering my brave friend. A yearly Puppy Up walker for cancer research, the very disease that stole you from our lives far too early.