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Read Maggie's Memory
Thank you for being such a great dog. Thank you for your unwavering loyalty. Thank you for the wild crazy puppy days. Thank you for the calm and pensive geriatric days. Thank you for the laughs. Thank you for the face palm grumbling. Thank you for the companionship. Thank you for always being by our side. Thank you for always guarding us. Thank you for the 13 1/2 years of all that was you. Thank you for loving us unconditionally. My sweet girl, you are finally able to run free again. We love you more than words can describe. Until we meet again over on the other side of the rainbow bridge.
Read Gunny's Memory
Our Gunny boy was the best! He joined our family about 12 years ago and has brought so much joy and happiness ever since. A true gentle giant. He was so loving and sweet even though his intimidating size. He was very much loved and will forever be missed- no longer by our side but forever in our hearts.
Read Daisy Lizzi's Memory
For us, Lizzi was love at first sight. She was almost 6 months old when we first met her. She was unbelievably charming and we only found out later that her charming side was very selective.
During the 15+ years, Lizzi was with us, she told us so much about how she felt without uttering a single word. She listened to every word of ours without a blink of her eyes. She loved with all her mighty despite being only 14 pounds at max. She never understood privacy because she always wanted to know exactly what we were doing, so that her paw prints would be on every page of our lives. Her happiest moments were having us all back from school, and work and she walked among us, stepping on us here and there, which I always suspected she did on purpose to remind us of her presence. For the last year and a half, she fought fiercely against cancer, giving it all to be with us for as long as she could.
Now Lizzi is resting for eternity. Our lives will be filled with her memories, the love and joy that she had brought with her, and a special place in our hearts that forever belongs to her and her only! Sleep tight and sweet dreams, our love!
Read Daisy Alex Tait's Memory
This is our sweet baby Alex. She will always be in our hearts and our memories. She is a special princess. She brought more love to our lives than we could ever imagine. She would howl along with me if I sang a song. She could melt your heart with just a look. She brought so much inspiration, love, happiness, and enjoyment to our family that made us feel whole. She will forever be with us in spirit and will never be forgotten. We love you, sweet girl.
Read Daisy Oreo's Memory
Oreo was a lovely boy, he lived 14 years filled with love. I had him since he was a baby and I was 8, I miss him barking at possums or how he would eat/get the flies in the house. He was such a cute baby and my heart aches without him. He is missed tremendously.
Read Chico's Memory
Chico was our little buddy for 18 years. He was a great friend.
Read Mile's Memory
Miles was a very happy and enthusiastic member of our family. We found and adopted him from a pound in San Bernardino. They grow up together with our son Luke and they shared good memories together for 17 1/2 years. Losing him was very heartbreaking to the entire whole family. We used Miles scratching our bedroom every 5:30 in the morning just to be around with my husband. Remembering Miles looking eye to eye with my husband asking for his breakfast? Looking back at all these wonderful memories it’s really breaking 💔 our hearts to pieces. Thank you Miles for being such a wonderful member of this family. We missed you and ❤️ love you more. Will see you at the edge of the rainbow buddy. Enjoy your new journey.
Read Olive's Memory
July 17, 2022. Fifteen years ago, I rescued a 1-year-old Terrier mix, and I haven’t been alone in the bathroom since…until today. My sweet Olive has gone to sleep. She went peacefully in my lap in our home in the good hands of Dr. Nicole to whom I cannot shed enough praise. Olive was what everyone hoped for in a pet—happy, well-mannered, loving, playful, trusting, and completely content as long as she had me in her sights. While only 14 lbs, her absence is immeasurable.
– Rhonda B.
Read Rocco's Memory
Rocco was our loyal protective caring dog. He went thru all of our ups and downs with us. Thru all the hardship he was always our protector. He brought us joy for 15 years. He will be missed but never forgotten.
We love you Rocco
– Romy V.
Read Sammy’s Memory
We are all heartbroken, 💔 we know she’s @ peace running & rolling in the grass.
– Janet B.
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– Cyndie L.
Read Princess’s Memory
I found princess A year and a half ago. When I found her she was on the street and it was raining and when I went up to her she was so sweet and seemed like she just needed someone to love her. I took her home and some time went by and I realized her stomach was getting big… she was pregnant! From the beginning me and princess had the best bond, I’ve never felt attached to an animal and she was the first animal I felt attached to. When she was pregnant she would sleep on the top of my pillow with her stomach on my head every night. I always thought animals were very protective of their babies but for her I could tell she wanted me to be 100% involved in this journey with her. When it came time to her giving birth she even let me cut one of the babies umbilical cord‘s! Me and my family always thought of princess as A real person, she was our family and still is. She has always been such a good cat. Princess has always been there for us when we were going through things, it’s like we could really talk to her and she would listen and she would comfort us. Princess loved playing outside as soon as we let her out to play she would go to the grass and she would roll, she loved to adventure and when she wanted back in she would come to the door and meow to let us know, it was so cute. I pray that princess is running in a field chasing butterflies in the sun and one day I’ll be with her again. Mommy loves you princess… till we meet again.
– Carolina J.
Read Tilly's Memory
I truly knew HOW special you were, when you taught Daisy, a 7 year old beagle who was rescued from a research lab in San Diego (and had lived in a cage her whole life) how to be a “dog”. I watched your gentle spirit guide her to doing what comes natural, being comfortable in this “strange” environment with trees, squirrels, birds, and skunks. And yes, you taught Daisy how to howl along with you and “sing” when police sirens went off. What a wonderful big sister you were! You were slowing down and getting much more winded last summer. I couldn’t put my finger on it, but something did not seem right. When we got the diagnosis of not just one, but two cancers in your kidney and liver, my heart sank. I was truly hoping it was just Cushing’s Disease and we could “manage” it. Hemangiosarcoma is very aggressive, and most said the life expectancy is weeks to a few months. I knew I was on borrowed time. My sweet strong girl did beat those odds and I was grateful for each day with her. But alas, Tilly lost her battle this week (and I think she just hung on that long to comfort ME, people pleaser that she was 🙂 Her last day was filled with joy (seeing the “rainbow” illuminate her when she did her last walk around the yard) AND incredible sadness, but I know Tilly’s transition with Dr Nicole and being at home was the most peaceful and best possible experience for this beautiful soul. Thank you for your compassion, love, and gentleness. Tilly, you were so loved and will be dearly missed! Run free and swim (if you can). I hope you are getting to reunite with Dixie, Lexa, Daisy, and Bella at the Rainbow Bridge. I feel blessed I got to be your Mom. x0x0x0
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Read Foxy's Memory
Was adopted from a kill shelter where she was on death row until YAPS adopted her and that’s where we found this little Princess. Foxy was 6 months old and poor girl was filled with lots of fear and mistrust. However, when we bonded she became the best furry kid! She had a way of making us laugh. She looked very regal and yet she could be mischievous. She would allow me to dress her up as long as we didn’t go outside. Her pride was intact that’s for sure. She was the Boss around here. She had a way of letting us know what she wanted and when. She loved when I cooked her chicken in the pressure cooker. She knew when it was done and she would come and get me and take me into the kitchen so I would make her a bowel of fresh, warm chicken. She loved her Jeep rides and couldn’t wait for her Daddy to come home from work. If he left in the morning and didn’t give her a kiss goodbye she would hold a grudge. She loved hugs and kisses.
She has a huge place in our 💕!
We will love you forever Foxy Girl!
Read Bobo's Memory
Read Cal's Memory
He was born in Ireland and came to me at about 9 months old, my former partner found him a visit home to family – Cal was abandoned and tied up to a local bookstore and we decided to give him a new ‘leash on life’ by bringing him home with her to our home in New York City. When my partner and I separated, I kept Cal together with my other dog, Tequila, and eventually Tuxedo. Together the four of us journeyed life as constant companions. Cal, Tequila, and Tux made many moves with me across the country for work, many road trips, celebrated many holidays, birthdays with my extended family and friends, and were my constant companions for 10 years until I met my current partner. Together she and I raised Cal, Tequila, Tux with Olive, my partner’s dog and we were one big happy family. Life catches up to all of us, and at 17 nearly 18 years, Tequila transitioned, heartbreaking, but we still had Cal with his big heart and loving disposition. This past Monday that ended, Cal was tired and ready to join Tequila. I had a hard time letting go, but I did it for him. Thank you Dr. Nicole and Don for helping me through the process. Cal, you were special to me, my satellite, my North Star, I’m forever grateful to you and Tequila for helping me through one of the most difficult periods in my life and for generously loving Tux and Olive as part of the pack. You and I had a bond Cal, and I won’t ever forget that or you. I will love you forever. I can’t wait to meet you again. I love you. Mom/Jenn
Read Valkarie's Memory
Read Sammy's Memory
Sammy was our first family dog. He was very loyal and protective of his loved ones. For over a decade, he celebrated many of our successes and comforted us through some of our greatest losses. We will forever cherish the love and joy Sammy brought to our home! We mourn his passing, but celebrate his life!
Read Toban's Memory
Read Gracie's Memory
“I couldn’t have asked for any dog more special to me then my little wiggle butt.. I will miss her presence every day. She was kind, sweet, loyal and didn’t have a mean none in her body.. R.I.P little one <3 “
Read Zoey's Memory
Read Daisy Demi's Memory
Demi is resting now and although my heart is just broken, I am searching for serenity. You were the best dog who changed my life for the better in many ways. You were always there for me. My adventure buddy. We surfed, reached the summit of almost every mountain in Southern California, stayed in fancy hotels, survived a snowstorm while backpacking, invited another human to live with us (Andrew), and then welcomed home 3 additional humans together. You always put up with my shenanigans of wearing clothes that don’t fit you, going on any adventure with me with no hesitation, and complete trust in me. I will miss you forever, but I find peace in knowing you are no longer in pain. I love you Demi ❤️ 💔
Read Daisy Snuggles's Memory
Snuggles overcame years of profound neglect and loneliness, physical injury, and disability, to bless our family with two glorious years of post-rescue life. She was about 12 years old when she came to us. Snuggles’ determination and spunk were astonishing. And loved the way her front paws lifted off the ground whenever she barked excitedly. Or how she’d back up like a little engine on a train track because she was so long it was easier to put it in reverse than to turn around. We were lucky to have her snuggles and support during the covid lockdown. Snuggles had a serene passing over the rainbow bridge three days ago. Senior dogs are deserving and precious. They just need time to acclimate and show their character. Please consider adopting seniors.
Read Daisy Grace's Memory
Such a wonderful girl- 14 years of pure love. We will miss you so much.
Read Kobe's Memory
My family and I had Kobe in our lives for almost 14 years. His favorite things were eating (he never missed a meal) and exploring a park or local trail (in his younger days). He was a faithful friend and companion who gave us many memories of the funny things he would do. He would always wait for the last bite of the peanut butter toast I was eating for breakfast. Now I always think of him before taking that last bite. Kobe will always have a special place in our hearts.
Read Lily's Memory
Lily was the most loving dog, she loved going on walks and playing with her little brother Marley ❤️ she will be deeply missed! Thank you, Lord, for blessing us with Lily and the time we had with her ❤️
– Nannette M
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– Rina R.
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– Marcia E.
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Read Muschi's Memory
She was calm, very intelligent, perceptive, and playful cat.
Our love was mutual—she fully trusted us. She was love of my life and cannot forget her—I carry her in my heart.
Read Lexi's Memory
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She knew how to have a great time and she knew how to LOVE…..
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Read Remy's Memory
“Remy was born 1/11/11 which made her special from the beginning. Constantly loving, happy, comical, vocal, adventurous and stunningly pretty. Our retirement years saw us traveling the RV life and she loved it. Each new place had a fresh dog park, beach, forest or trail to explore and she absorbed it all with us by her side. Her presence will always be felt and her companionship will never fade. Love you Remy the wonderdog.“
Read Whitten's Memory
“Whitten was my feline friend for 20 years, a scrawny, blue-eyed angel that made an impact on all that knew her, especially her friend, a pit bulldog! Angels don’t always have wings; they have whiskers! We miss and love you!”
Read Cadbury's Memory
“We used to call her our model kitty because she was so beautiful and striking. She was a wonderful cat for 15 years! We miss her every day.”
Read General's Memory
We love you General forever and always. He was the goodest boy.
Read Lather's Memory
She loved the beach and walks and was very patient with everyone including other animals.
Read Akira's Memory
It’s been a week since we had to say goodbye. We miss you so much Akira. You were such a fun crazy boy who always kept us entertained. Such a good boy. We miss your “talking” and your boundless energy. RIP sweet boy. We will love you forever.
Read Casey's Memory
My mother recently passed away. Casey was her dog; a border collie mix. I was more than happy to bring Casey home and integrate her into my pack of 2 small dogs and a cat.
I remember when my mother first got Casey. She had a ton of energy. She was like Tigger; she would jump to meet you face to face.
Unfortunately, when I got Casey, she was a senior and fighting some issues (severe obesity, deaf, blind, incontinence, and weak rear legs that regularly collapsed). In the short time, I had Casey, She became a special part of our pack. She was the sweetest girl and would follow me around the house. She would regularly come up to me and give me kisses. She once was a cat-killer but not anymore. She & my cat were very curious about one another and I caught them face to face sniffing each other a few times. My cat is normally very fearful so I think even my cat could tell Casey was a sweet girl.
I took Casey for walks around my large yard and after a few times, she could do it on her own. I swear she lost some weight too. While a big part of me wanted to see if I could help her, I was worried she was in pain. She still groaned when laying down and getting up. She adjusted frequently and was always panting even though I kept the house cooler than normal for her. I believe she was in pain and at her age, I had to be realistic and acknowledge that she would only continue to get older who knew if arthritis would be any better with less weight?
On Casey’s last day everyone got fresh marrow bones from the butcher. We all went out to the back porch in the morning before it got hot. It was a nice morning. Every 10 minutes or so, she would come to give me kisses. At one point, Casey walked away from her bone. So she & I went for a walk. She found some shade in the yard and lifted her nose to the breeze. I knelt beside her and wrapped my arms around her. She was a great hugger. I told her she would be the breeze, the birds, the trees. She would be the leaves and the bees. She would be free. She would be in me and all around.
This photo is from that morning. She looks so happy. I hope I was able to give her some joy in the short time I had her.
You will always be a part of our pack, Casey. We Love You
Diesel aka “BigPoppa”
Read Diesel's Memory
The most caring German Sheppard… He looked scary, but that was all fake, he had the biggest heart and was very gentle, especially around new people. Always on high alert, making sure he kept our family protected. He wouldn’t stop being the big dog protector, even in poor health.
He fell in love with the water hose and really liked getting wet. He loved picking up rocks and collecting them, that was Diesel’s weird hobby. He is and will always be our best boy!
As each day passes it slowly gets a little easier knowing Diesel is free of pain and is running around heaven.
Miss you Bigpoppa.
– Charlie B.
Read Sophie's Memory
Read Roycee's Memory
Moving to California in general was overwhelming and scary but you add on traveling for 5 days across country with 2 large baby pups and a cat and it became even more chaotic. Roycee has ALWAYS been the best travel buddy. He was PERFECT the whole way to California. They were in the car for 12 plus hours a day and in and out of hotel rooms each night. Honestly you wouldn’t have even known Roycee was in the car. Virginia on the other hand was on Vanessa lap the ENTIRE time taking care of her mom who is deathly afraid of the car. When we finally made it to California it was a bit of a rough start. They were country Florida dogs and the move to the big city was such an overwhelming adventure from them. They would look at us with a look on their faces like, “mommies why are we at this place that we hear sirens and gunshots”. As we became more comfortable, they shortly overcame their fear of the noises and smells after a few weeks. Virginia and Roycee got to experience so many big things together, we packed so many life experiences in the short 6 years he was with us. He got to climb the Rocky Mountains, travel all over the United States, vacation in the desert and those are just a few of our adventures together. He protected us and filled our hearts to the top with an overflowing amount of love.
Vanessa was Roycee’s EVERYTHING! He was obsessed with her from the first time they laid eyes on one another. If Roycee could have lived in Vanessa’s skin, he would have. This loss for her is the biggest she has every experienced. Their connection can’t be matched, it was as if they were one soul. We couldn’t have imagined our life without him. He has changed us forever…time will hopefully fill the emptiness we now feel now that he is gone. I promised him that I would take care of his mom, sister, and kitten brother. I reassured him that it was okay that he is getting tired and that he can be done fighting. He looked at us deep in our eyes, his dark brown eyes…we will miss them so much.
“You are mommies’ sunshine our only sunshine, you make use happy when skies are gray, you’ll never know Roycee how much mommies love you, please don’t take our Roycee away” …you will forever be remembered as the perfect boy you were. You will forever be the sun that hits our face and the wind that blows through our hair. This isn’t goodbye, it’s see you later…until we meet again my perfect son, we love you Papi.
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Thank you Dr. Nicole, I know she felt at peace.
Read Lucca's Memory
Winslow the incredible WonderWinslow
Read Winslow's Memory
We hiked with gentle paws
On soft forest trails dug in your claws
Slight lean to your left
I knew losing you was universal theft
Took you everywhere I could
Never enough time as it should
Bluff Lake, plantation hike
I saw your little spirit spike
Your heart filled with strength and joy
Only three days to live for my boy
A marathon of faith
To get to heaven’s gate
I can’t believe you’re gone
My heart is torn and full of thorns
Free flying you’re gone
I’m left with memories to mourn
Celebrating your life and legacy
My Wonder child I miss you, what a terrible tragedy
Read Bella's Memory
Read Konan's Memory
“Konan was approximately 5 years old when I adopted him from a high kill shelter. He was next in line to be euthanized, but he suckered me in with his big head, large pointy ears, short little legs, and his tail nubbin moving a million miles an hour. He looked like a cartoon. He must have had a rough start in life because he had severe trust issues, and it took us a while to bond with each other. There was even a time I considered taking him back to the shelter because it wasn’t working out. I’m glad I stuck it out because, with training and a lot of perseverance, Konan became the best dog that ANYONE could ask for. He was protective and saved me from an attack from someone who meant to cause me harm. Fast forward a few years, and someone tried to break into my apartment through a ground window during Christmas. I wasn’t home at the time, but Konan kept the burglar out and kept my cats inside. He was my roadie and went with me everywhere. He was with me during a divorce and a move to another state. He helped several lost, and stray dogs find their homes. He helped people who were nervous around dogs feel more comfortable. He helped me train other dogs with behavior issues. He donated blood multiple times and saved the lives of other dogs. He taught new veterinary employees how to be better at their jobs. Despite everything he must have been through before, his zest for life and his unbelievable forgiveness was contagious. He lived to be around 15 years old when he developed cancer in his lungs, and I had to make the decision to say goodbye. He saved my life both physically and spiritually, and anyone who met him felt his positive energy. I miss him every day, but his contagious joy and cartoon looks will live on forever. I was so lucky to have him in my life.”
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Read Chance's Memory
“Chance was our big ole baby boy. He was 80 pounds and almost 9 years old. We adopted him from a Greyhound rescue. He raced for two years where he was not cared for. He quickly became our best friend. He was soulful, majestic, regal, sweet, goofy and absolutely the most loving dog we’ve ever had the honor of being parents to. He was loved by everyone who met him. He was a gentle soul. He loved his treats and breakfast and dinner was his favorite time of day. He lived his baby brother Ollie, an 8 pound Chiweenie. We will always cherish the time we were blessed with and never forget how you brought joy, comfort, peace and love to our home. We are thankful for Serene Passages for making your last moments here so peaceful. No more suffering big guy. RIP Chance until we meet again in heaven.”
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