Pet Tributes

Pet memorial stories. Saying goodbye is so hard to do.
  • Macy May

    Macy May

    We have so many memories of this remarkable dog. She was definitely a one of a kind dog. From: Pamela …

  • Cassie


    I miss you, my Cassie. You were 10 years old and I had you for such a long time. You …

  • Chief


    Chief you was the best. You lived for a good 12 years before you passed of a heart attack and …

  • Mo


    “The reality is that you will grieve forever. You will not ‘get over’ the loss of a loved one; you will learn to live with it. You will heal and you will rebuild yourself around the loss you have suffered. You will be whole again but you will never be the same. Nor should you be the same nor would you want to.”

  • Mia


    Mia was my best friend. She was in my life for 10 wonderful years and now I’m struggling to grasp that she is gone.

  • Stella


    We fondly remember your distinctive bark at other dogs that dare walk on our sidewalk.

  • George Lee Darvish

    George Lee Darvish

    The naughtiest puppy turned into the most intelligent, loved, family member. The most difficult decision a fur baby mom had to make… a leg amputation despite poor prognosis.

  • Spike Lee Smith

    Spike Lee Smith

    Memorial tribute to dog Spike Lee Smith.

  • Mouse my sweet cat!!

    Mouse my sweet cat!!

    Mouse l miss you! You broke my heart when you passed away! But l know you didn’t want to either…. …

  • Winston Chamberlain

    Winston Chamberlain

    This is a sad day for us, to have to say good by to someone who was not just a pet, but part of our family for nineteen years. There will be a void that cannot be filled again.

  • Hannah


    You are much missed, but these wonderful people did such a good job helping you transition on into the next …

  • Tiffany Pollock

    Tiffany Pollock

    Memorial tribute and thank you

  • Cymry


    This dog. What a life! Here is a list of Cymry’s many accomplishments. We won’t find another like her, nor would it be fair to other pups to do any comparing.

  • Carley


    My gentle dog was a rescue who had many fears to work through in her life.  She was afraid of loud noises and pretty much everything except her cozy safe spot next to my bed.

  • Paige


    We’d had Paige since she was a puppy. Paige had a difficult birth where many of her siblings died. We think it was her desire to live that helped her survive the traumatic birth. That same desire though also meant …

  • Toby


    Toby loved playing with his doggy brothers, loved car rides, laying in the sun, walks, runs in the park, McDonald’s hamburgers, shred toys, people, but most of all, he loved to lay on our laps and cuddle with us.

  • Roxie the Vizsla

    Roxie the Vizsla

    The unusual memorial tribute for a dog is a poem:
    And feel like a ship with sails filled.
    Now forever free
    I will feel my red tempest with me

  • Remembering Bella

    Remembering Bella

    To our Bella, Our hearts are broken. We could not imagine the day that we would have to say goodbye …

  • Willa


    People said I took good care of her and gave her a good life but Willa gave even more than she received.

  • Sammy


    We rescued Sammy when he was 3 years old. Little did we know, he was there to rescue us. Sammy was a true golden boy, filled with love and …

  • Snickers


    We had you for only a very short time, but you captured our hearts with your sweet face, loving personality, and

  • My Best Friend Ellie

    My Best Friend Ellie

    I remember coming home from work one day. A day that started out being just another one of those routine days that you know will pass without anything memorable happening. However, life has a way of adding twists and turns that change your life forever. Unbeknownst to me, my daughter and wife …

  • Sammie Sam

    Sammie Sam

    Sammie was a American Eskimo dog. She loved the snow! I never had to wash my face because she did …

  • Cowboy


    It’s with tremendous sadness that I share that I’ve lost my little boy. On Monday Dr. Laura came to my …