Andy was loving, majestic and unafraid. I am grateful he shared his life with me. Wait for me on The Bridge, old friend. Rest well.
— Christine Jette
Angel, you will always be just a thought away. You are loved and adored, and will be forever in our hearts. We will miss our Labrador family.
— Mom and Dad (Barbara & Jake Mayers)
Angelina, I will miss you, sweet little camouflage girl. So glad I brought you home where you stayed and rested comfortably in any doggie bed you chose.
— Sophia Johnson
Into my life, by chance, I was fortunate to share your short time on this earth. You were so loving and giving, “Wigglebutt”. I hope that you and Charley are forever in play!
— Sue Ogden
There will never be a sweeter or more loyal friend. I love you, Annie, and shall miss you forever.
— Mommie (Margery Edgerton)
You were my best friend. I will always miss the absolute delight you had in life. With the utmost love until we meet again.
— Pam and Harley (Pam Pescosolido)
Dearest Ari, I miss you more and more each day and will always love you, my precious boy.
— Your mom, (Elaine Petrulakis)
Foxcliffe Celtic Arrow d’lux, our beloved Arrow, our first Scottish Deerhound, may your days be filled with playful times and loving friends on the “other side”.
— Deborah Richmond Foulkes, FSAScot
Masher, you mean everything to me. I love you so much and always will. I am sad to see you go, but we will be reunited in God’s Kingdom.
— Your loving friend, Eddie
Aubry, you were the best boy ever. We miss your sweet presence. You brought such joy to all of our lives, and we miss you more than words can say!
— Daddy Rick, Daddy Chuck and CeCe
(Rick Pessagno and Chuck Rowland)
Austin, you were my baby and my life. The tears won’t stop because I will always love you. You will always be my “Awesome Aussie”.
— Carol Austin
Mitzvah Dog, you will always reside forever in the hearts of all the people you touched on your rounds as a loving little therapy dog, and everyone else.
— Much love, always. Julie Levine
Music: “The Dance of the Blessed Spirits” from the opera Orfeo, by Christoph Gluck.