Molly MaidRoyal Oak, MIThis is our beautiful loving Molly Maid, she crossed over the Rainbow Bridge 2 days ago 5/21/2013. She is pictured her with my loving Mom who also has crossed over and I knew she would be there waiting for her along with all the others gone before her. Mom and Molly were best buddies! There are no words to describe how much Molly meant to us. Loving, smart, faithful, great therapy for me. Always knew when I needed a lick or paw! I miss her from the depths of my broken he
BunkerCharlotte, NCBunkie Bunk were should daddy begin? First of all you were hell bent on coming home with us even though we chose your brother. You were prescient, and when mommy picked you up, you cleaned her face and it was love at first site. We really didn't know what to name you so for a week we just called you it or dammit, until one night you picked your name. Ill never forget coming home from that house fire and running all over the house looking for you only to discover you got
Xena Marie Diamond Star ThompsonRoyal Oak, MIYou were my protector, family member and provided unconditional love. While cancer cut your physical life short you will forever live in our hearts and minds.
DudleyRoyal Oak, MIFor our amazing and lovable St. Bernard, Dudley. From one of your best friends, Tara.
I've had him for a major portion of my life, and I'm lucky he lived as long as he did.
He was quite honestly one of the greatest dogs in the world.
He loved attention, never really barked, never jumped around.
He loved the snow, and just outside in general.
His slobbering was only part of his charm.
He was bigger than me (taller if he would stand up on his hind legs), which might
TequilaRoyal Oak, MI1999-2013. Chihuahua - Tequila was our fat little baby girl. She loved sunlight, and french fries. Clearly - Look at that belly! She would sometiems decide to take a little stroll through the neighborhood unbeknownst to us but always came back to where she was loved. She is missed dearly by her two brothers - Hunter and Sonny, and especially the Doane's. She is always in our hearts and back home where she belongs. We love you, Gritball. Oarmph.
MyaNorthwest IndianaI work at a clinic that uses your services. I'm sad to say we lost our beloved Therapy Dog, Mya, last week. It was such a comfort to know you would be handling her on her way to the rainbow bridge. I had no questions in my mind when it came to your services and didn't have to give any of the process a second thought. Your professionalism and constant empathy each time you walk through our clinic doors is unprecedented. Mya lived a good 14 years (that's great for a 1
SMOKEYRoyal Oak, MIYou were my sidekick. Things will not be the same without you. I'm going to miss you dearly smokey.Not going to be the same without seeing you waiting for me to go to bed before you would lay down yourself. I love you and Tig misses you as well.