The Loss Of A Beloved Pet
We are here to help you honor the loss of your best friend.
Here is a complete listing of Local Veterinarians who can be of assistance with your ailing pet.
Transportation service is available from your vet or your home if you wish.
There are many options available for Burial or Cremation and of course you are welcome to call us 740-886-9888 if you have any questions or need assistance.
The Rainbow Bridge by Author Unknown:
Petey Pie was a 17 year old Feline Male.
His favorite toy was a mouse with cat nip.
Favorite treat was any fish treat.
His favorite thing to do was watch birds.
Favorite memory was he slept every night in my arms with his head on the pillow. We lived with him.
Rest in Peace
Type: Guinea Pig
Favorite Toy: Anything that could be hung on his cage.
Favorite Treat: Oxbow Timothy treats and green pepper
There are so many cherished memories that its hard to choose my favorite. Hunnie-Doodle was a special piggy who gave me so much love and happiness. Hunnie enjoyed giving “Hunnie Hugs” and would always give them when needed most (even during the worst of his illness). He always had a smile on his face and loved spending time with me. Although he had a nice playpen to play in, he always preferred to run loose in the living room. Sometimes he would hide from me, and when I couldn’t find him, all I’d have to do was say, “Where’s my piggy?” or “Hunnie, come to mommy!” He would always come running. Hunnie was a great helper and enjoyed helping with school work; although, his idea of helping was chewing and eating everything. There is not one book that doesn’t have corners chewed or pages ripped. Hunnie-Doodle has taught me so much in his short life, and I thank God every day that I was chosen to be his mommy. Hunnie was a special little boy who left a huge mark on my heart, and he will be terribly missed.
Rest in Peace Hunnie-Doodle
Oliver was a 10 year old Cocker Spaniel Mix.
His favorite toy was food.
Favorite treat was Cheeseburgers.
Favorite thing to do was Eat.
Favorite memory was rescuing him from the side of the road. The way he would howl whenever we came home from work, Walmart, etc. The pitiful look on his face when begging for food. The most loveable dog EVER.
Cheena was a 16 year old Chihuahua.
She didn’t have any favorite toys.
Her favorite treat was bacon.
Her favorite thing to do was follow me around the house.
Favorite memory as a puppy, she was sleeping, curled up on my husbands chest.
Rest in Peace
11.2 years old
Favorite thing to do was ride in the back of the Dodge Truck.
Favorite memory is how he always protected children. At camping
he would get in between the kids and the fire when they were roasting
marshmellows ,he was afraid they would be hurt.
Rest in Peace
How can I possibly summarize the joy and unconditional love my precious Noah has brought me and my family over the past near 13 years? Let’s begin here…..Noah Archimedes entered this world on April 29, 2002 as one of 9 puppies. I met him when he was just 2 days old as he literally fit in the palm of my hand. I knew at that time he’d be fur-ever mine. Over the next few months we bonded over learning tricks, obedience and treats….lots and lots of treats. Soon after my now husband entered our lives. Noah was skeptical at first but quickly accepted Tim as his own. Nearly one year after meeting Tim, we adopted our second companion, Ilsa. Over the years Noah and Ilsa were inseparable. They were the best of friends and always had a way of looking out for each other. In March of 2007, we were able to introduce Noah and Ilsa to their newest human companion when our son, Michael was born. Noah, again was skeptical, but soon began to love Michael as another companion. Over the years, Noah was always there….at my heels, by my side and ALWAYS greeting me with a tail wagging hello. Anyone who knew Noah, knew he loved 2 things: food and barking. As time grew on, we adopted, yet another fur buddy, Roamin’. Noah was tolerant of this new friend, but you could always tell he wasn’t as accepting in his older years. This past year, Noah battled cancer and required multiple surgeries for tumor removal. With each surgery the cancer would grow back. With each day that passed we knew our time with him was growing shorter and shorter. On April 11, 2015, just a few weeks shy of his 13th birthday, we tearfully said our last goodbyes and Noah gained his angel wings. My sweet “Old Man”……If love were enough, you would have lived forever…….
Rest in Peace
Pets name: Alfalfa
Age: 2.5 years
Breed/Type: Guinea pig
Favorite toy: timothy grass carrot, timothy sticks
Favorite treat: oxbow timothy treats, green pepper, almost any veggie except celery. She hated celery!
Favorite thing to do: Alfalfa loved to hide under her blankies. She spent playtime trying to escape – climbing over, nudging under, and opening the playpen. Hiding and escaping is what she did best. She loved to cuddle with her mommy and help with homework. By help, I mean eat. Literally.
Favorite memory: Alfie was always an escape artist. The first day I had her at home, she was in the playpen and jumped right out of it. I actually caught it on video. Piggie was very stubborn and sassy. Our best times were sitting together watching tv, working on homework, or just talking. She was always very chatty. Oh, Halloween 2013 we carved a guinea pig pumpkin! Once my girl became sick, she started giving kisses. She never did that. I truly believe she knew her time was limited and she wanted to give me a sweet memory. I love and miss her so very much. Alfalfa may have been a small little creature, but she will always have a huge place in my heart. RIP baby pig.
Rest in Peace
Diamond was a 8 1/2 year old Doberman Pinscher.
Her favorite toys were tennis balls.
Favorite treats were Pupperoni.
Her favorite thing to do was cuddle with family and play with her other dog siblings Flash and Bella.
Our favorite memory when we were on summer break and caught her asleep on the couch and she acted like we could not see her.
Rest in Peace
Sophie joined our family in the Fall of 2004, along with another Cocker Spaniel, Cookie. They were found together, along with two other cockers, probably used for breeding as they were each a different color. She was 2-3 years old at that time, so she was about 13 when she passed away on January 17, 2015. This heartbreaking loss occurred just two short months after our tearful good-byes to Cookie. Sophie didn’t really like to play with toys, she wasn’t even bothered by the cats. Sophie would start out on a walk but would quickly decide it was requiring too much effort and would turn back for home. She was happy to nap and be loved on, with an occasional spell of sniffing the grass and flowers. Sophie was the “little sister” to Cookie, always being cared for. As her vision faded, if she was sleeping alone in a dark room, she would bark for someone to turn a light on for her. She loved getting treats and going to visit Mamaw & Papaw. She was so funny about pictures. She could be as cute or still as possible, but as soon as you pulled out a camera, even a phone, she walked away. Once she knew you were taking her picture, she was done, no pictures for her fans. As much as her human family misses her, we know that she and Cookie are reunited, playing and snuggling, on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge
Rest in Peace
Willie was a 13 1/2 year old miniature wire-haired Doxie.
His favorite toy was a rubber goose.
His favorite treat was bacon.
Favorite thing to do was ride in the car with us.
Favorite memory was dressing him up in Halloween costumes and watching him go Trick-or-Treating with the neighborhood kids. He loved to dress up and show off.
Rest in Peace
Ernest T Bass ll was a 15 year old Shih Tzu.
His favorite toy was a yellow Snail.
Favorite treats were Milk Bones and Beggin Strips.
His favorite thing to do was chase squirrels.
Favorite memory when he was in a barking contest with a treed squirrel.
Rest in Peace
Mocha was a 11 year old shepherd mix. 5/29/2003 3/11/2015
Her favorite toy was a chirping blue bird.
Her favorite treat busy bone.
Favorite thing to do was play fetch and cuddling.
Our favorite memory is dancing with mommy and Zachary.
Rest in Peace
Our pet, Connor, age 3 was a Shetland Sheepdog (sheltie).
We rescued him at age 14 weeks.
He came to us with a squeaky cow and would bring it to us to play with and squeak.
Connor loved to play tug of war with a tire.
When life got difficult for me, Connor as there to help me.
Rest in Peace Connor
In Loving Memory of
Monica “Roxanne” Armstrong
March 7, 1996 – March 16, 2015
Cinnamon was a 14 1/2 year old Pomeranian.
She didn’t like to play with toys.
Her favorite treats were greenies.
She was loving and enjoyed being around kids.
Rest in Peace
Mickey Moo was an 18 year old Springer Spaniel/Beagle/Pointer…one of a kind breed.
His favorite toy: Anything squeaky or just people. He loved playing with people and playing hide and seek.
His favorite treat: Going to McDonald’s drive thru for a plain cheeseburger or chicken nuggets. Also, whatever Mom would let him have.
Favorite thing to do: Play with his dog brothers, lay on the porch and see the sights, stick his nose through the patio railing while it was time to grill, try to take the edge of the trash bag off the trash can and pull the whole bag out, open presents, run in the snow, chase snowball or try to catch them, snuggle with his Mom.
Favorite Memory: After 18 years with Mickey Moo, there is no one particular thing that stands out. He is my favorite memory. I love him greatly and miss him more. He wasn’t just a dog, he was a soul…a part of my family, he was emotional support that got me through many rough times in my life. I can’t thank him enough for all he did for me. He was one structure that was always there, willing to lend an ear.
Rest In Peace my sweet boy, Mom loves ya buddy!
Butterscotch was a 2 1/2 year old long haired orange tabby. His favorite toy was a blue and pink toy spider. His favorite treat was tuna and catnip. Favorite thing to do he loved to lay on the bed and in front of the window and sunbathe. He loved to carry a conversation with you. He loved to hang out in the garage allot. Favorite memory when first adopted he would hide his face in the couch. He was timid and scared. He grew to love us as much as we loved him. He was a gentle giant. He will never be forgotten and will be forever loved.
Rest In Peace Butterscotch
Daisy was an 11 year old American Pit Bull Terrier. She loved a beef soup bone as a favorite treat and CC the cat was her best friend. Daisy loved to give kisses and love on everyone human and fur babies. My favorite memory was when she fostered a litter of newborn kittens. She also loved her pink blankie and was always willing to share it. Daisy was much loved and will be greatly missed by all. My sweet girl now has her wings. RIP in heaven baby girl!
Rest in Peace Daisy
Gus was a 7 year old Weimaraner.
His favorite toy was a rope, Frisbee, and sticks.
Favorite treat was ham, pizza, and wedding cake.
His favorite thing to do was go for car rides, dig holes, take naps, play catch, and run around neighborhood.
Favorite memory Gus loved to run and take car rides. We would take him to visit family and he would run for hours. When he got tired he would take a walk in the creek. Once he was deep enough I couldn’t reach him he would lay down in the cool water. He would look like an alligator all you could see was his big eyes and snout. He was a sweet boy. He never met a stranger or had a meal he didn’t like. He will be missed.
Rest in Peace Gus
Scooter was a 8 year old Golden Retriever.
His favorite toy was a big green rubber ball.
His favorite treat was yogurt treats or anything mom had to eat.
His favorite thing to do was lay in the yard and watch the neighbors cat, set on the porch with his Mommy, ride in the car, and sit on the couch.
My favorite memory is Scooter was very smart and human like. We have so many fond memories of him his facial expressions and things he would do. Scooter wouldn’t allow anyone to touch his toenails and if you would even mentioned them he would show you his big white teeth. Scooter loved people and other animals and had a heart of gold. He was loved by so many and will be greatly missed. Mommy loves you, SCOOTER!
Harley was a 14 year 3 month old Chinese Shar-Pei.
His favorite toys were fuzzy animals.
His favorite treat was Vanilla ice cream.
His favorite thing to do was walk in the yard.
My favorite memory Harley loved to bring your shoe to you as you came through the door. Harley you were a wonderful part of our family and will be missed greatly.
Rest in Peace Harley
Charlie was 11 year 10 month old schnauzer.
His favorite toy was a ball.
His favorite treats were pupperoni.
He loved to go on walks down the street and if I did not want to go, he went on his own. He loved to bar at the FedEx and the UPS.
My favorite memory was Charlie’s first trip to Colleyville, TX shown curled up in Marco’s Belly. Marco loved to swim in the pool, he even had his won float for an occasional rest from swimming. Marco was in the pool, and Charlie was watching him swim. Charlie got the idea he could swim or walk on water, and stepped onto the water surface. He immediately sunk, I reached down and pulled him out of the water. He immediately ran to the house, went upstairs to where his cage was. He laid down in the cage for about 2 minutes. He perked up and came out of his cage and down the stairs and out to the pool where I had pulled him out. He looked down at the water and then walked away. I do not think that he ever went into a pool again.
Rest in Peace Charlie
Baby was a 12 year old Tabby cat.
Her favorite toy was a stuffed Lamb.
Her favorite treat was can of Friskies salmon.
Her favorite thing to do was to be held like a baby or sitting on my lap watching tv.
My favorite memory at Christmas and Thanksgiving she would wait by the stove waiting for a piece of Turkey.
Rest in Peace Baby
Otis was a 18 year old Siamese.
Favorite toy was Catnip.
His favorite treat was Temptations-chicken flavor.
His favorite thing to do Otis would after he ate, he would stand over our other female cat eating, she always was agitated and give the rest of the food to Otis.
Our favorite memory like clock work he would be sitting on kitchen counter waiting for me to come home, always waking me up every morning meowing in my ear to get up. I did not need an alarm clock.
Rest in Peace Otis Ray
Coco was a 4 plus year old Poodle.
His favorite toy was a Squeak toy.
His favorite treats were Chicken Nuggets.
His favorite thing to do was go for rides. I had to spell ride when he was near otherwise he would get really excited.
Our favorite memory we would lay down and if he had a snack he would kick his rear legs and bump his body into me until I tried to take it from him so he could growl and lightly bite me in a playful manner.
Rest in Peace
Cookie joined our family in the Fall of 2004, along with another Cocker Spaniel,
Sophie. They were found together, along with two other cockers, probably used
for breeding as they were each a different color. She was 3-4 years old at that
time, so she was about 14 when she passed away on November 14. Cookie didn’t
really like to play with toys, except for the cat. She and our white calico,
Julie, went at it a few times. She preferred to cuddle and go for walks. If
anyone was doing anything around the house, especially her Mommy, she wanted to
be included. She watched for food to fall in the kitchen. She stood guard
while Mom worked in the flower beds, she watched her bubby while he played
basketball, she sat with sissy while she put on her makeup, she watched the
ladder when Daddy was working on the house and helped him keep the couch warm.
Cookie was the “big sister” to Sophie. She was always checking on her and she
even put a paw on her back when she thought Sophie needed correcting. As much
as her human family misses her, we know that her furry family misses her too.
Rest in Peace Cookie
Tommy was a 8 year old long legged cat.
His favorite treat was mouse with cat nip.
His favorite treat was chicken.
His favorite thing to do was protecting my “Lil” dog Katie from the other cat Suzie.
Favorite memory was sleeping under the covers with me in bed and laying on my boyfriends shoulder while he walked around the house!
Rest in Peace Tommy
Winston was a 7 year old English Bulldog.
His favorite toy was a ball.
His favorite treat was wieners.
Favorite thing to do was jump on the privacy fence and watch the neighbors.
Favorite memory took him to the elementary school Halloween parade he was dressed in his pimp outfit he saw another dog and drug me to the ground trying to play!
Rest in Peace Winston
Shadow was a 15 1/2 year old Dachshund.
Shadows favorite toy was a ball.
Favorite treats were Beggin Strips.
Favorite thing to do was play ball, go boating and fishing, and go for walks.
Favorite memory* jump on boat seat and bite at the fish, chase balls, fetch and cuddle with you.
Rest in Peace Shadow
Annie was a 14 year 8 month 1 day old Retriever.
Her favorite toy was a tennis ball.
Her favorite treats were “Beggin Strips”.
Her favorite thing to do was ride in cars, be petted and loved on.
Favorite memory Annie was always happy, wagging her tail.
Rest in Peace Annie
Romo was a 8 year old Beagle.
His favorite toy was a stuffed monkeys.
His favorite treat was anything edible. He loves his veggies and granola bones.
Favorite thing to do was sleeping in, watching cartoons, going to work/office, trips to lowes, trips to vet, and anything social. He loved car rides and hanging out with mommy.
Favorite memory- Every memory of Romo is a favorite. He was known for always checking trash cans. Would steal pizza out of box and close lid back. He had a great sense of humor and outsmarted me on a daily basis. Romo was a popular dog. Everyone knew and loved him. He was so much more than a dog. He was people. He was my best friend and four legged soul mate. He could read my mind and knew much more than any dog I have ever known. He knew that if he posed for the bank camera that he would hopefully get a treat and he knew which window at a drive thru gave out food. Romo was and always will be special and his memory will live on forever. I lost my best friend but he taught me more about life than any human could have. I now understand unconditional love.
Rest in Peace
Fiona was a 16 year old feline Persian.
Her favorite toy was a laser light.
Her favorite treat was Greenies.
Her favorite thing to do was simply spend time with my Father. They were so close. She loved him so much and he loves her.
Our favorite Memory was walking into the room where my father watched TV and seeing him sitting in his chair with her close to him as if she was Queen of the household. Which she was. The other cats respected her so much.
Rest in Peace
Rudie was a 15 year old Cornish Rex.
His favorite toy was a paper football.
His favorite treat was anything he could steal from your plate.
His favorite thing to do was take naps in a sunny spot with his best friend, Gracie.
There are so many favorite memories. The way he retrieved paper footballs, played ping-pong, power jumped, rode on our shoulders, never met a stranger and slept close at night.
Rest in Peace Rudie
Mario was a 10 year old Cocker Spaniel.
His favorite toy was a blue rubber ball.
His favorite treats were carrots.
His favorite thing to do was play ball and squeak his toys. He would go around with a toy in his mouth making as much noise as he could. Looking as if to say “Am I bothering You?”
Favorite memory: We had a leather recliner chair. I would sit in it, he would jump up beside me and would move his butt until he got where he wanted to be. He loved that chair.
Rest in Peace Mario
Muffin was a 14 year 11 month old Maltese.
Her favorite toy was a stuffed turtle.
Her favorite treat was chicken.
Her favorite thing to do: Muffin was so happy and enjoyed whatever she was doing. The things she didn’t enjoy was: grooming, getting a bath, wearing clothes, and not being able to go every time I left the house.
Favorite memory: Every memory of Muffin is my favorite. She was the sweetest, best baby girl a mom could ever hope to have.
Rest in Peace Muffin
Milli was a 15 year old Border Collie/Friend.
Her favorite toy was a basketball-fetch using any stick to hit the ball.
Favorite treat was anything except her vegetables.
Her favorite thing to do was Run, Run, Run!!
My favorite memory: Was wanting an intelligent dog, I went to see a litter of pups. My clumsiness helped me find Milli. I walked into the barn and immediately tripped over the threshold board and fell flat on my face. LOL. All of the pups ran to their mother, but one… Milli… She came over and began licking my face. Love was immediate. We left for her new home.. I LOVED HER AND SHE LOVED ME!
Rest in Peace Milli
Sady Lynn Collins was a 14 year 9 month old Golden Retriever.
Her favorite toy was a orange squeak toy.
Her favorite treat was Slim Jim.
Her favorite thing to do was play ball and hang out with dad.
Favorite memory she was always the best most friendliest dog. She was scared of thunderstorms!
Our Heart is broken and we will never forget how special she was!
We love and miss you Lil Girl!
Rest in Peace Sady Lynn
“Mr. Shadow Man” 1/28/98 8/22/2014 15 year 10 1/2 month old Himalayan. He was brown/cream in color.
His favorite toy was a pink mouse, a rubber band, (He knew where I kept them) and his catnip toys.
Favorite treat was whisker lickin’s chicken flavor, temptations cheezy middles, and all flavors of pounce. He even could say POUNCE!!! Spoiled is putting it lightly!
Favorite thing to do: He loved watching me get ready for work. He’d set on the toilet and watch me put my makeup on. He liked to drink in the bathroom sink, and later liked me dipping my finger in water and letting him lick the water from my finger. He loved playing hide and seek with me, he like play tag with Cleopatra “his very best friend.”
He loved going on the back porch and setting on the swing with Cleopatra feeling the air on his face, watching the birds visit the yard. He took many long afternoon naps on his little rug on the back porch. Cleopatra and Carlton were always close by napping as well.
Favorite Memory: I have many but some of my favorite memories od Mr. Shadow Man are: He was always looking for something to get into. He loved tipping the waste baskets over just to see what was in there, or maybe just because he could get a reaction from me. Shadow loved Christmas time when I would get out all the ribbons and wrapping. He was always in the middle of all the action, on the paper grabbing the ribbon, he’d tunnel under the paper then jump out to get me. Never a dull moment with my furry friend around. He loved boxes, paper bags, but most of all he loved coming up the new ways to wake me up in the mornings. Knocking things off my desk, walking on key board, Click, click, click. If that didn’t work Shadow would put his face as close to mine until his whiskers would tickle my face, when that failed he would pull out the heavy artillery… Shadow would put the handle of my dresser and put it in his mouth and pull it back and let go of it BANG it worked every time. Breakfast is served. Loved how Cleopatra and Shadow took their naps together and slept at night. We have a big void here at my house, Cleopatra and I miss “Mr. Shadow Man” so much, but we will cross that Rainbow Bridge one day and be together once again.
Rip “Mr. Shadow Man”
Apollo was a 14 to 15 year old Mix Herding Dog and Retriever.
His favorite toy was a Harley pull tug.
His favorite treat was “GOOD BOY” treats (Milk bone) raw hide chew bones.
His favorite thing to do was Play with Boots (the neighbors cat) in the yard.
Favorite memory lying along side couch when I laid down. Resting his nose on the couch being nose to nose with me. HIS BEAUTIFUL SOULFUL EYES LOOKING INTO YOURS.
Rest in Peace Apollo