Windsor Coke ~ 2002 - 2017
Owner: Andrea Thiele - Sioux Falls, SD
Windsor loved to cuddle under blankets. He would always snuggle in and keep my legs warm on the couch.
If he needed to go outside or wanted something from me (dentastix if he wanted to "brush his teeth"), he would stand on my chest and get right in my face! Sometimes I'd find these mysterious, small, round bruises on my stomach about the size of his paw!
And even though he was blind from diabetes and 15 years old, he would still prance and jump around the back yard when people came over.
Windsor died Sat. Aug 5 at All City Pet Care South.
Turbo ~ 2015 - 2017
Breed: Canine Mix
Owner: Shauna Sazonov - Sioux Falls, SD
Turbo was unique, He was a lover! He always thought he was a lap dog. He would run around the yard like a reindeer and always look at us to make sure we were watching.
Rest in peace my baby boy. Xoxo
Penny ~ 2013 - 2017
Breed: Guinea Pig
Owner: Pearl Aldrich - Sioux Falls, SD
Penny came into our lives December 2013 and passed on to eternal Timothy hay fields on January 4, 2017.
She enjoyed eating fresh fruits and veggies, ringing her bell, and spending time outside. She is survived by her parents, Brock and Pearl, one sister, Eloise, and one dog brother, Bernard.
Memorials may be sent to Sioux Falls Area Humane Society.
Riley Rose ~ 2010 - 2015
Owner: Brendyn Richards - Vermillion, SD
My kids picked out Riley from Swan Lake Christian Camp in the fall of 2012. Our three years with Riley was so short, but those three years were a wonderful time together with such a great cat!
I remember all the times of playing with her toys, hiding under the covers, and playing hide and seek. She slept with us and always was there for us...our best friend.
We'll miss you so much Riley! A great cat and family member...gone way to soon!
Cuda ~ 2008 - 2016
Owner: Marie & Chris Tennison - Sioux Falls, SD
There are so many Great Memories that it is hard to pick a favorite, for they were all Favorites. Cuda was a Great Companion, she brought happiness to our lives everyday.
We love you and miss you!
Jake ~ 2006 - 2016
Breed: German Shepherd
Owner: Whitney Boyda - Sioux Falls, SD
Jake was our protector, our best friend and our cuddle buddy. His favorite spot was on the couch right next to us (or on top of us).
He was our gentle giant and will be forever missed until we all meet again. We love you.
Mr. Magoo ~ 1999 - 2016
Owner: Brenda Lehman - Sioux Falls, SD
He came into my life, Mr Magoo, a very long time ago. He never left my side, in fact, he saved my life and for that I owed him the world. He gave me everything, without consequence, he was my best friend and savior.
I will never forget the 16 years we were fortunate enough to spend together. Forever my love, rest in peace. You will never be forgotten.
Sam ~ 2002 - 2016
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Owner: Leann Bell - Sioux Falls, SD
You were a great friend to the kids, hunting companion to Lee, Rio's favorite barking buddy, but most of all you were a part of our family and we will love you forever.
Precious ~ 2003 - 2016
Owner: Tiffany Ishmael - Hartford, SD
Precious, you were always their for me. Everytime I walked downstairs you ran up to meet me half way. When something bad happened or I was crying you would always give me kisses and sit on my lap to make me feel better.
I can't believe your gone, it still feels like a dream. I miss you. I'll see you again, until we meet over the Rainbow Bridge.
Penny ~ 2003 - 2016
Breed: Miniature Poodle
Owner: Samantha Piehl - Mitchell, SD
Thank you Penny, for always being there. You were there for me through part of grade school, middle school, high school, college, AND part of my adult life. You were my perfect little sidekick, and now God has a great friend in Heaven.
Bugzy ~ 2013 - 2015
Breed: Rex Rabbit
Owner: Amber Rierson - Sioux Falls, SD
My Favorite memory would have to be when you would follow me around my room, and jump up on my bed with me.
Toby ~ 2006 - 2015
Breed: Golden Retriever
Owner: Holly Lunde - Sioux Falls, SD
Toby was the greatest friend and companion. He was a service dog for almost 4 years. He was the gentlest dog anyone could ask for.
You will be missed Tobster!
Koryo ~ 2003 - 2015
Breed: Pug Mix
Owner: Kyle Thome - Sioux Falls, SD
Koryo passed in his owner’s arms on the morning of 11/04/2015 at the age of 12 year. He was cremated the same day for his ashes to be spread amongst new friends at Forever Friends Pet Cemetery in South Dakota. This moment and every moment since his adoption is a memory that will last forever.
Since his adoption as a puppy, Koryo has been by his side as his best and closest companion. Koryo never discriminated, never judged, and never hated. He was always loving, always loyal, and was always there for his owner. Whenever his owner was sad or upset, Koryo always knew a way to bring a smile to his face and also a smile to the faces of those around him.
Koryo always tried to act tougher than he actually was. He truly was a scaredy cat, but that is another attribute that was loved about him. Whenever the outside water hose was turned on to water the yard, he would always run and hide behind the grill. He loved lounging as he was a very mellow and calm pet. Koryo had one major trait that made him stand out which was his loveable snaggle tooth.
In late May of 2015, Koryo became ill, which caused the need for hospitalization of a week. Koryo knew how to stay strong and fight. He never wanted to give up as he knew he always needed to be by his owner’s side. Despite moving from his home of almost twelve years in Texas, Koryo knew he had to be with his best friend who had to move because of school. Koryo did his best to continue to cheer him up through tough and difficult times through his owner’s life. Despite Koryo’s ailments, he continued to be there with his owner, his true best friend. Alas, however, Koryo’s ailments finally started to catch up with him despite continued medical treatments. Despite the fight in Koryo’s heart, he left us all too soon.
Though Koryo is gone physically, he is not gone in spirit. He will surely never be forgotten. Koryo will always be in the heart of his best friend and in the hearts of his family for the rest of their lives. Koryo will never stop giving his owner strength to press forth and succeed, through his education and through his life.
I love you buddy and will always love you.
Luna Bloon ~ 2012 - 2015
Owner: David & Tayandy Braver - Sioux Falls, SD
Miss Luna was such a special girl to so many people. I don't even have words...but I must try to find the words...
It is with overwhelming and incredible heartbreak and sadness that I must tell you that Wednesday evening, July 15th 2015 @ 10:39pm, we lost Luna. Every effort to save her was made, but it just wasn't enough. They completed her necropsy that night, and their conclusion was that her cause of death was 2 very large hairballs in her stomach.
Luna Bloon was born in San Francisco California, November 15th 2012. She was 2 years and 8 months old when she crossed the Rainbow Bridge, of which we are grateful and truly blessed to have shared 3 months and 12 wonderful days with Luna.
A cherished friend with Cystic Fibrosis had picked out Luna. They were beautiful and funny together. Luna was an amazing, smart, and sweet therapy/service pet until my friend passed from Cystic Fibrosis on November 16th 2014. She loved Luna Bloon with all of her heart.
I fell in love with Luna the very first picture Kidd posted. I loved every picture she posted, loved hearing about her antics. But having her here in person didn't do those pictures justice. She was just so much more. She came to us on April 3rd 2015, and she immediately became part of our family, and part of our hearts. There wasn't a soul that met her, that didn't love her. Her joyful, bouncy personality, all of her silly antics, she made it easy to love her.
Our family thanks Mark for allowing us to be a part of Luna's life.~ Memories we will cherish ~
Her dresses/outfits, and the sound of her collar tinking. She LOVED getting dressed and had no problem helping you get her dressed.
Squiggly butt excitement.
When she was super happy, she stuck her tongue out.
Co-pilot of the Nox with Izzy. Pick up's in the morning were always fun.
Her funny little "Margie" growl.
The bark and bay.
Hiding under hats.
Airplane rides with Ida and Izzy.
Being stubborn with our groomer.
Curling up with her at night, running my fingers through her curly soft fur.
"Shake", she was such a dainty and polite girl. She also knew "Sit", "lay down", "Down", "Ride", "Outside", "Let's go", "Vacuum", "Kisses", "Bedtime", and was learning "Roll over".
Dinner time. She loved chicken.
She wouldn't let anyone hurt her family. I would have pitied the fool that judged Luna's tiny size. Dynamite comes in small packages.
Standing on Izzy the American Eskimo, and being Ida the Great Pyrenees little buddy. They were so funny together.
Keep off the bed games with Ida, and winning.
Bouncing in the yard. Playing under the hammock.
Her funny friendship with Zoe, one of our cats.
Loving my lap, and always asking up.
Again, a fantastic therapy/service pet that sensed (my) seizures and helped me through them. Truly a Godsend.
She was such a great girl, and her passing left a void with so many.
The consolation is that Luna is now with her Momma and they're running and playing together.
August 5th, 2015 Luna Bloon's ashes were sent home to San Francisco to be spread with her Momma in San Francisco, Rodeo beach.
Rest in Peace Miss Bloon.
Missed and loved by everyone you met.
November 15th, 2012 ~ July 15th 2015
Zoe ~ 2000 - 2015
Owner: David & Tayandy Braver - Sioux Falls, SD
Zoe was a "one-of-a-kind" type of cat. Once you made her acquaintance, you never forgot her. Out of all of our cats, she was friendly and so easy to love with her quirky antics.
Zoe was born in Chicago Illinois, February 1st, 2000, the 2nd kitten born out of Scully's first and only litter. I watched her being born, and watching her grow in the 15 years/7 months/24 days we had with her, was a pleasure and an honor.
From her first breath, Zoe was an intelligently "touched" kitty. She did some of the strangest things.~ Quirky, and very fond memories ~
She was the "town-crier". She told us when food and water were low, when litter boxes needed cleaning, and when other animals were getting in trouble.
Zotting. We often joked that those "zots" were her laser eye beams malfunctioning. Or transmissions from the Mother Ship since she acted like an alien cat 90% of the time.
Her tail forever in your coffee, and like the cartoon cat Garfield, could shed what seemed like her entire coat all over my freshly waxed kitchen table. Every time.
Not finding a corner to jump off of tables because they are round (She could only jump from squared surfaces). If all the chairs were pushed in, she'd go round and round and round and round....
Demanding that you pull a kitchen chair out so she could put fur and paw prints all over said freshly waxed table.
The rudder tail and her goofy running.
Licking plastic bags and cat grass...upwards.
She loved sitting on boxes. And sitting in them.
Her incredibly horrid staring problem. We often joked that she was born without eyelids it was so bad. She truly enjoyed sneaking up behind people and staring. A lot of times she was doing her "tiny teeth" smile.
Tiny teeth, whole mouth smiles. She had a sense of humor. I love that she smiled.
She loved tummy and toe rubs. She insisted that you rub her hard. And complained if you didn't.
Zoe was the most laid back cat, she'd let you do anything especially if treats were involved.
Her "broken lawnmower" purr. It would stall out, stop, start up strong, and stall out. And it was loud.
Always sticking out her tongue.
Lurching and vulturing from the top of the refrigerator in the early morning hours.
The left side list, and walking in circles.
All while purring.
She had absolutely no grace. She epically failed many a jump. She usually knocked things off of the areas she was attempting to jump to or from. The exception being her perfect arch jump from the kitchen table, to the counter...because it was square.
Staring at walls...literally touching the wall with her nose.
The statue kitty. She also "teleported", a total ninja cat.
She shared her Momma's obsession with Heather's purses.
We called her "touched" in the most loving senses of the word. She was sweet and quirky. But easily distracted, in ways that made me laugh. Doo-pe-doo.
Zoe was loved by so many. She had a good life, healthy, and spoiled.
She passed away, surrounded by family and friends at home, at 8:48am September 25th 2015. She will be cremated, and returned home from Forever Friends. Our family thanks Dan and Tim for their compassionate invaluable service. Thank you for everything that you do.
Her presence is already, and always will be missed.
Zoe is survived by her sister Madison, she joins her Mom (Scully), and Uncle (Mulder) over the Rainbow Bridge.
Zoe ~ February 1st 2000 ~ September 25th 2015
Magalag ~ 1999 - 2015
Breed: Siberian Husky
Owner: Danielle Kroschel - Volga, SD
It's hard to pick just one memory. The one thing I'm going to miss the most is the quietness or calmness that she brought. Whoever met her felt it. She was my rock, my constant and my home. She always knew what I was feeling even before I did. That bond was the strongest I have ever felt.
Her love for gummy bears made her the hit at get togethers. Her gentleness made all children love her. Her beauty from within shined through to all! I was truly blessed to have her in my life!
Gracie ~ 2006 - 2015
Breed: Shih Tzu Mix
Owner: Paul & Trish Froiland - Brandon, SD
There are so many memories! But here are just a couple of our favorite memories!
I had knee surgery June 2, 2014, and she was my world, and I was hers! The loyalty she showed me through her EYES... and the unconditional love!! I will never forget the joy and what she taught me.
She loved cereal, popcorn, and bones, and was Paul's “Sidekick” when riding “Shotgun” in the pickup truck. Gracie loved being outside when we were mowing so that she could chase the Gophers and Rabbits.
Gracie got sick May 31, 2015, and it came on suddenly. We found out she had cancer!!
Gracie was born January 22, 2006 and passed on June 6, 2015, she was 9 years and 4 Months!! She Was a "Momma's Girl!"...
Avea ~ 2007 - 2015
Breed: Pitbull Mix
Owner: Teresa Flier - Crooks, SD
We picked her up from a shelter, she was once used as a bait dog and was injured when we received her. She was the most loving dog we have out of the five, now four dogs we have.
She got ill and will be missed daily by our family deeply. She was the youngest dog we have and the best one too.
We will miss u honey ... thank you for the last eight years, we love you.
Halley ~ 2001 - 2015
Owner: Bill & Sandy Bruns - Renner, SD
Halley went to home to Jesus on 3-21-2015.
She was my angel, she gave unconditional love and acceptance. Jesus showed me his love for me through her. When she closed her eyes for the last time I thought my heart would stop. The tears I cried could not stop.
But then Jesus said to me "Don't cry Sandy, one day she will be with you again in paradise. She was not yours to keep forever. I gave her to you so that you would know my love for you.
Now that she is gone I miss the love she gave me. How I felt so at ease with her. I long for the love she gave me. So little princess, I will be a better human because of you. You taught me so much and I loved you so deeply. Thank you for sharing the years you did with me. I always knew you were to pure for this world You had no sin and only gave love even when I was not always loveable.
Please God take care of her and Hendrix too until I get there.
Basil ~ 1999 - 2014
Owner: Jeffery Johnson - Luverne, MN
I can't turn back the hands of time to make you young again.
So I give you this my final gift; I'm letting you go, my friend.
My once mischievous, vibrant puppy has grown tired, sick, deaf, and blind.
The years, they passed so quickly and I dared believe you'd never leave my side.
I cherish all the nights we cuddled safe and warm in bed.
I relish the laughter, the friendship, the memories that echo through my head.
I wouldn't trade you for a tub of gold. For all the fame and fortune on earth.
You made me rich with joy and love, you filled my heart with warmth and mirth.
I'll hold you in my arms, kiss you, and gently sing and speak your name.
A poke from a needle, a few more breaths--and you'll never hurt again.
I can't tell you how hard it is for me to accept that our time together must end.
Wait for me on the other side, 'till I join you there, my friend.
Someday another dog may come along for me to love and enjoy,
But no one can ever take your place, my precious baby boy.
Closest friend, sweet companion, and so much more you were.
Eight pounds of tail-wagging love wrapped in blue and white fur.
It's because I love you so very much that I give you this final gift.
I'm setting you free from that weary old frame.
Go. Rest now.
We'll meet again.
(By Jeffery A. Johnson)
Reunited with sister Jelly
Rest in peace
Gretzky ~ 2002 - 2015
Breed: Golden Retriever
Owner: Courtney McDonald - Tea, SD
So many memories, but one of my favorite ones is when he would play on the slip n' slide with us.
Quesa ~ 2003 - 2015
Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog
Owner: Shannon Hamack - Brandon, SD
Our favorite memory of Quesa is taking her camping with us and how much she loved the outdoors and running leash free in the fields and to swim. We love her free spirit.
She was a show stopper, she was so beautiful. Everywhere we went people stopped us. We took her with us to see a dog show once and all the Berner owners were nervous and then relieved we were not showing her.
Ringo ~ 2008 - 2015
Owner: Greg Neugebauer - Sioux Falls, SD
Hey little buddy. I miss you. Always there to treat me with a series of stretches and poses... And it never failed if I was on the couch you had to be in my lap mere moments later. You are finally at peace after your sickness. No more hurt. I'll see you again at the rainbow bridge :-( rest in piece little buddy.
Felix ~ 2007 - 2014
Breed: Grey Tabby American Shorthair
Owner: Tasondra Huyck - Sioux Falls, SD
Dear Felix Mendelssohn Huyck,
I still miss you every day, sweet Fee! I was the only human you ever loved and for that I feel forever blessed. You were more opinionated and discerning than any human I've ever known and I both respected and loved that about you.
Lily ~ 2006 - 2014
Breed: Domestic Long Hair
Owner: Angie Poulos - Sioux Falls, SD
Things I will miss about you:
* Cuddling in bed.
* Making me move far over so you could stretch out and sleep.
* Your sassing all the time and the conversations we had.
* Your beautiful face and loveable personality.
* Stealing the kitchen chairs when someone would get up and move.
* Playing in the water bowl with your toy balls.
* Finding your toy balls and how excited you got when you got to play with them.
* To many other things to list that I will miss, those are probably some of my favorites.
I had got Lily when she was a kitten in 2006. Never did I think I would be faced with losing her so soon. Lily had been fighting getting these same stones these last 3 years or so. She got really sick so I had took her to the vet to get her looked at. She got so sick so fast that it doesnt even seem likes it's real.
After a few short days, we found out that she had a mass and it didn't look good. After seeing her, I knew it time to make that tough decision and knew I didn't want to see her in any more pain.
I lost my beloved Lily on 7/6/2014. My Lily girl was the princess in our household and adored so much. She was in a sense my little human child. For a long time, it was just the two of us and a bond that will forever stay with me.
There are just too many things to list that I will miss about you, but you will always be close to my heart. I know you are in Heaven with my Mama who will be the next best person to love you and of course Tyler (the dog) will be there too.
Until we meet again! I love you more then words can explain my Lily girl!
Poker ~ 1992 - 2014
Breed: Blue Persian Cat
Owner: Jan Fenske - Sioux Falls, SD
Poker enjoyed laying full body across the vents in our living room to try and stay either cool or warm.
On one occasion, Poker's name tag got caught in the vent and when Poker decided to get up, the vent was chasing him around his neck.
Poker made sure to run ever faster, hiss louder, during the attack of the vent! We all couldn't stop laughing as we tried to chase him down to get his name tag out of the vent.
Scully ~ 1997 - 2014
Owner: David & Tayandy Braver - Sioux Falls, SD
Our much beloved Scully. There's so much I can say about her.
She was born in Chicago approximately the end of July 1997. She was found under bushes at a friend's work. She had gathered the kittens, and tried to save them. She'd heard I'd recently lost the kitten I'd moved to Chicago with, and had come to offer me a kitten. Both Scully and her brother, Mulder, had meowed at me, both in my lap staring up at me with huge eyes. Of course I took both. She was a thoughtful, smart, and intuitive companion. She was an amazing, and beautiful adventure for almost 17 great years.
Back in December 2013, she was diagnosed with mammary carcinoma. In early January 2014 she underwent surgery to remove a string of 4 tumors. At that time, they'd warned us that they may not have gotten everything, they couldn't be 100% positive. So we brought her home and hoped for the best. April 3rd 2014 at 2:49pm my beautiful momma passed away in my arms with Cayle, without any pain or suffering.
She's going to be terribly missed by everyone whose lives she touched. Every one who met her liked her, even people that couldn't stand cats. In the end, Miss Momma even won over Izzy, our dog.
She leaves in our capable hands her daughters Madison and Zoe and she'll see her brother again.
We love you Miss Momma, thank you for giving us the time we had.
~ Fond Memories ~
Stealing your chair.
Doing tricks for treats.
Making the rounds on the kitchen table.
Came when you'd call her.
Beep. Chirp. Static. Squeak.
Teleporting into your lap.
The internal purr.
Her tail forever in your coffee or under your nose.
Using only her paw to drink water.
Dainty and graceful.
The sock crier.
Alien tail from Hell.
Burrowing in hoodies.
Pawing to get under the covers at night.
Trying to eat my hair. Regardless of whether it was on my head or in the hairbrush.
A great conversationalist.
Contortionist for tummy rubs.
And many other things. So many things.
Scully ~ July 1997 - April 3rd 2014
Cloe ~ 2009 - 2014
Breed: Yellow Labrador Retriever
Owner: Dereck and Alaina Nelsen - Colman, SD
Cloe was a beloved pet that will be forever missed. It breaks our heart to see her taken from us so early, but she is in a better place now. Pup will miss her best friend.
Ginger ~ 1998 - 2014
Breed: Yellow Labrador Retriever
Owner: Bob and Bonnie Cook - Sioux Falls, SD
Ginger, you are truly our forever friend.
Love, Mom and Dad
Murphy ~ 2001 - 2013
Breed: Australian Shepherd & Springer Mix
Owner: Marissa Hulsebus - Brookings, SD
My parents bought him a baby pool and we would throw a rock in it to keep him busy. Then he would stick his nose under water to get the rock and he would blow bubbles! It was so funny!
He was my best friend.
I love you Murphy!
Jelly ~ 2000 - 2013
Owner: Jeffery Johnson - Hills, MN
Jelly was also known as "Anaconda," due to her fiery personality. She was affectionate and loving, but she had a temper!
Jelly loved to sleep on the couch, play with my nieces and nephews when they visited, treats, and picking on her brother, Basil.
She could howl like a little wolf--it was so adorable.
My Anaconda is still sorely missed and will never be forgotten.
Sadie ~ 1997 - 2013
Breed: Bichon Frise
Owner: Gene and Pat Fergen - Sioux Falls, SD
Gene and I would have to say our favorite memory of Sadie was every day of her 15 and 1/2 years of life here on earth. She brought so much happiness and joy to our lives.She was smart, good with everyone she met, loved to ride in the truck, kind and was loved by all.
Sadie went everywhere with us -shopping, camping, traveling; as long as she was with us she was happy. She was perfect in every way! Our hearts are heavy and our house is empty without Sadie. She would follow Gene everywhere.
We will never forget our Sadie. "Always in our hearts, never to be forgotten". We know she is waiting by heaven's gates for us and she is wagging her tail and giving kisses to everyone that enters heaven.
Gene and PatMaggie ~ 2000 - 2013
Owner: Karen Wilber - Sioux Falls, SD
My best friend closed her eyes today,
As her head was in my hand.
The Doctors said she was in pain,
And it was hard for her to stand.
The thoughts that scurried through my head,
As I cradled her in my arms.
Were of her younger, puppy years,
And OH...her many charms.
Today, there was no gentle nudge
With an intense "I love you gaze",
Only a heart that’s filled with tears
Remembering our joy filled days.
But an Angel just appeared to me,
And she said, "You should cry no more,
GOD also loves our canine friends,
HE's installed a 'doggy-door"!
Enjoy Heaven Maggie!! We will be together again one day!! Mama loves you!!Angel ~ 2000 - 2013
Owner: Jennifer Peiser - Sioux Falls, SD
Angel was always there to greet my mom at the door when she came home from work. She was so funny how excited she would get when she saw her. They were definitely best friends. God bless you and keep you Angel..you will be missed. We know we will see you again someday.
Love, your human sister JenniferBlizzard ~ 1996 - 2011
Breed: Australian Shepherd
Owner: Elise & Bob Dafoe - Sioux Falls, SD
Blizzard was our kid. We have a lot of memories of her, all good.
One of many memories of Blizzard, is when it was Christmas time and the presents were under the tree and she opened them when we were at work.
Another fond memory is the day I came home from the hospital, she laid in front of the my bedroom door and would not let her Daddy into check on Mommy until I told her that it is OK, Mommy is fine. Then she got up and came laid right next to me.
I got her when she was 10 weeks old and she drove truck with me up 'till she was 3 years old.
She is still missed to this day and we still remember the day when it was her time to go home with the lord.Spike ~ 1999 - 2012
Breed: Black Labrador/Spaniel
Owner: Sara & Ron - Canton, SD
I am glad I could be be there at the end,
you truly were a very good friend.
From the time I last kissed you on the head,
here is what I think of when I go to bed.
I have never had a pet before,
you were definitely easy to adore.
As years went by and I grew fond of you,
I learned to relate and communicate with you.
You listened to me when I felt bad,
you licked my tears when I was sad.
When I was angry you gave me my space,
even though you may felt out of place.
You always knew when it was time to eat,
you even let me know when it was time for a treat.
I miss you plopping on the floor,
I miss you scratching at the door.
I miss you licking my plate at night,
I miss playing with you and the play fight.
I miss you greeting me every day,
I miss you in every way...
There is so much more I want to say,
but the people reading this feel the same way!
I Love You Spike, SaraDottie ~ 1992 - 2006
Breed: Springer Spaniel/Dalmatian
Owner: Ron Hartley - Canton, SD
She loved children and always seemed to be drawn to them. We lived close to the school and if we were outside when school let out, she would always greet every kid that walked down the sidewalk.
I think her favorite time of the year was Christmas. She loved opening the gifts "Santa" had brought her. She never bothered anyone elses gifts. When we would tell her it was OK to open her gifts, she would gently grab the gift from under the tree and open it up.
I Love You Forever & Always Dottie, DadThe Unknown Pets
My dear friend, you are remembered and you will always be loved.
Our time together is a cherished memory, given from above.
I asked God to welcome you, to give you the comfort you deserve.
Rest in peace now my friend, for someday we'll see each other again.
We are honored to have these beloved pets resting at peace at Forever Friends Cemetery & Memorial Park.
"May God's Goodness Bless All Creatures, Great & Small"