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Tucker

My baby was the kindest, most precious soul I have ever come know. He was the sweetest ever. Always soo happy and pure. He loved going for car rides and was his daddy’s garage buddy.

Amber

Bremen, IN

ABBY

SHE WAS THE MOST KINDESS, MOST GENTLE CREATURE GOD EVER CREATED. SHE GAVE ME HER HEART FROM THE MOMENT SHE CAME INTO MY LIFE. 14 1/2 CHERISHED YEARS LATER SHE TOOK MINE WITH HER WHEN SHE LEFT THIS EARTH. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU ABBY. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH BABY GIRL, WE WILL BE TOGETHER AGAIN SOMEDAY.

Barb Clark

Cedar Creek

Colbie Cat

Colbie, Thank you for being my "roomie" when I lived alone. Waking me in the morning. Giving me love and being there in the window when I returned home. Thank you for accepting Amanda and the boys. You were sassy, ornery and a joy to have at home. I am sorry I couldn't keep you with us for longer. Rest in Peace sweet girl. xoxo

Cathy Nuzum

Omana

Chloe Dunno

I helped deliver Chloe, bottle fed her held her smooched her every day for 11 years and they were the best 11 years of my life. Chloe is a chiweenie and can be mean to most people but have a few favorites. She loved peanut butter bones and cheese but wasn’t ever going to say no to any other food given to her. She loved to snuggle.

Sayge ryan

Fort Wayne

Rampage (Boo)

Rampage was a big beautiful American Bulldog Male of 12 years. He was my first dog and he was mine. He was my best friend, my companion, and my protector. He protected my kids and stole my snacks. I miss him dearly everyday and he’ll forever be in my heart. Forever missed. There will never be another you. I love you Boo

Jesi R Furmanski

Plattsmouth

Monroe

Monroe was like our child. Todd and Ryan were so kind and understanding. It was hard finding someone to take care of a 300 pound mastiff. We had made arrangements but found out that the funeral home couldn't handle his size. Todd went above and beyond helping us. Ryan agreed to meet us at the office after hours. We will always be grateful.

Leola Kothbauer

CHURCHVILLE

Winnie

You came into our lives as a rescue and became such a loving member of our family. After your cancer diagnosis, someone said to me that when your time came to cross the Rainbow Bridge, you would not just walk but would skip across that Bridge with your tail wagging high, confident and comforted by the love surrounding you. Skip on, baby girl!

Debbie B.

Elkhorn, NE

Libby

Libby was my soul mate. She was a rescue doggie. I'll never forget when I first saw her I knew we were meant to be together. She was always there for me through the good times and the bad. A part of me died with her. I love her so much.

Mary Brueckner

Champaign, Illinois

Odie

Odie was my world I had him for 16 years and 6 months I’m so lost without him. Thank you for taking care of my Odie. I love and miss him ❣️

Susan

Winchester Va

Kitty

Kitty came to our home at 8 weeks old and was born on a farm. Being new cat owners we had no idea what to expect from him. At first it was a bumpy ride with him using the litter. After a month of training, he was ready to go! Kitty enjoyed his adopted big brother cat Mo and hot summer days sleeping on the porch or deck. We will miss you Kitty!

Dontel McNeil

Omaha

Terry

Terry came to us as a hospice case, not expected more than one year, four years ago. The past four years have been the most precious of my life. He gave every member of my family the best friendship and it has been my life’s greatest pleasure to share his time. I’ll love you forever Terry. See you soon.

Catie

Middletown, OH.

Chance

I had my boy since I was a 7 year old girl. We did everything together and he was my best friend. He was a happy go lucky little guy and had never met a stranger. He always tried his all for everything he did. He helped me through a lot growing up and I thanked him all the time for it. But the ultimate way to thank him and love him was to let him go

Suzanne

Loami

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