Angel

July 24, 2007 – February 07, 2019

Angel came to our family during a really hard time. We had just lost our dog Junior to a tragic incident with a toy, and didn’t get to say goodbye.
We were heartbroken. But then we met Angel. She was the happiest, sweetest, most outgoing pup in the litter.
She picked us, even before we were told that she was born on the day Junior died. She was our angel, literally.

Since we brought her home with us 11 1/2 years ago, she lit up the world around her. She found joy in the smallest things, and shared that joy with us. Angel had more love in her little body than any other dog, no question. She gave of that love freely to every person and animal she met.
She was love personified.

Everyone that met Angel loved her as much as she loved them. She spent the last several years of her life being a service dog to her mom and her mom’s clients. She will be sorely missed by everyone that was touched by her little life.
We will forever remember the hugs she gave and the “stories” she told us.

Rest well, Angel


Jake

2011 – 2018

Jake was 150 pounds of pure love – a huge, goofy guy – he epitomized the term “gentle giant.” Jake loved to carry around his toys, get belly rubs and pretend to be his human mom’s shadow. Here at the hospital, Jake was always there to greet the nurses and doctors with his huge, slobbery tongue and handsome, brown eyes. Jake was loved by all who knew him and will be missed dearly by his human mom and dad and his dog pack, Barkley and LuLu Belle.


Precious

Sept. 5, 2000 – Aug. 27, 2015

Thank you for being honest and listening to me about my dog’s issues. The care you gave Precious is exceptional. I know that she was at the end of life for her. Yet you gave her a chance without making me feel like she needed to be put down. Thank you for your professionalism.

–Lorna G.


Poppy

April 1, 1994 – November 12, 2011

Poppy was a gentleman and a puppy to all who knew him. He had a number of health problems, but he bore them all with the dignity and humility of a true canine. His heart was failing, he was blind, he was deaf, his body couldn’t regulate his sugar, he had severe arthritis, but all he wanted to do was feel and smell the people and dogs he loved so much. He is preceeded in death by his kitty brother and sister, Onslo and Daisy. He is survived by his kitty brother, Custard, and his little adoring doggy brother, Saber.