Pet Tributes

Memory Lane
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Tucker

Tucker

Just a short note to mark the year anniversary of both Tucker and Tanks passing.

We still miss you everyday boys - so many memories and stories!!

Tucker - our beautiful old soul and Tank our perpetual puppy.

Love you guys.

Jamie & Guy

Tank

Tank In Truck

Just a short note to mark the year anniversary of both Tucker and Tanks passing.

We still miss you everyday boys - so many memories and stories!!

Tucker - our beautiful old soul and Tank our perpetual puppy.

Love you guys.

Jamie & Guy

Ashley

February 15, 2005 - August 16, 2017

Forever in our Hearts ♥️

Mocha

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September 23, 2017- January 28, 2018

Mocha, I love you so much. I know you were struggling and I hope you are resting in peace. Everyday you were with me was a gift. I will always remember you and forever love you. You will always be in my heart. I hope there are bananas in hamster heaven. I will miss you. -Geneva

Jet Queen

February 1, 2017 - January 24, 2018

Jet Queen,

You were such a beautiful and intelligent bunny. You were always full of energy. Everyday you made mommy and daddy laugh and smile at the little silly and cute things you would do, from jumping out of your pen to munching on you favorite treats. You will forever be missed, but we will one day see each other again. Rest In Peace my little baby Jet Queen. We love you so much. -Mommy & Daddy

Roger

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September 9, 2004 - November 30, 2017

Our sweet Beagle Roger passed away peacefully at home from cancer at the age of 13 on November 30, 2017. We were with him at the end and we know he was comforted by our presence. We adopted Roger when he was 2 years old and he immediately became part of our family.

He quickly became best buddies with our cat. They often sat beside each other in front of the fireplace and at the front window watching the world go by.

Roger was very friendly, smart, loyal, loving, ‘goofy’ and sometimes stubborn. He loved going for long walks at Carburn Park . He never wanted to chase the deer or rabbits – he just wanted to ‘sniff’ the next tree to see who had been there. He knew lots of tricks like ‘high five’ and always got his favorite treats afterwards. Saying goodbye to him was the hardest decision for us and we will never forget our ‘handsome boy’.

We loved him with all our hearts.

Randy & Vicky