Dog Memorials

Always Remembered

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We know how devastating it is to lose a cherished canine friend so we created this space for posting memorial tributes to dogs that have crossed the rainbow bridge. Click here to post a tribute or click here to find resources to help you cope with your loss. And remember that life is a circle and true love forever.

All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.—Helen Keller

There is no death. Only a change of worlds.—Chief Seattle

Memorial Tributes

(September 10, 2013 - November 20, 2019)
By Jack and Dianna Wilson in Hamilton Ontario
Thor was Jack's one true friend. He came to us from my son who had to uproot to a different province. I am Dianna and Thor is my Granddog. He was with us for too short a time, but the love he... Read More
(August 16, 2015 - November 21, 2017)
By Wilma Thuynsma in Pretoria, SA
I think that the hardest part of losing him wasn't to say goodbye, it was that my entire world changed and the emptiness left in my heart!
(December 10, 2004 - September 27, 2019)
By Cora Berke in Lambertville, NJ
They say that you don’t pick a dog, that they pick you. When I sat cross-legged on the floor in a room full of puppies and you jumped into my lap, I knew you were the one. It was a gray winter day... Read More
(June 20, 2013 - October 29, 2018)
By Neil Young Fan (Lori) in Carbon Canyon, Brea. CA
Orry rescued me after I said goodbye to my 14 yr. old pup Chaos. He was fearful of many things (trashcans, balloons, motorcycles), but he loved Chasing Cars, the dog park & spent hours "... Read More
(July 1, 2004 - July 7, 2019)
By Eric Talaska in Springfield, Oregon
Tippy became a high profile traveling PTSD service and therapy dog at age nine which is when most service dogs retire! Tippy is the first dog to be called a "WhipEagle" breed because he... Read More


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