Pet Memorials

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My wonderful friend and granddog Bailey died in late August 2017.  My daughter Anne and I shared his care for 14 years after she rescued him  from the back of a pickup on a hot summer day. We went for thousands  of walks. He swam, played with a favorite duck toys, and loved our  grandchildren. We shared innumerable good times. He loved tomatoes,  carrots, and ice cubes.  Walks were an adventure because he loved to  smell almost anything and everything.  I look forward to our reunion  when my time on earth comes to a close. - Jack

My wonderful friend and granddog Bailey died in late August 2017. My daughter Anne and I shared his care for 14 years after she rescued him from the back of a pickup on a hot summer day. We went for thousands of walks. He swam, played with a favorite duck toy, and loved our grandchildren. We shared innumerable good times. He loved tomatoes, carrots, and ice cubes. Walks were an adventure because he loved to smell almost anything and everything. I look forward to our reunion when my time on earth comes to a close. – Jack

 In Loving Memory - Mr. Beasley McWhite - I was a college student living at home. I found Mr. Beasley in a crate at PetsMart. He was up for adoption. He was 12 or 13 years old and he looked so lost in that crate. My heart just cried for him. After some intense begging and pleading my dad let me go back and get him. So began a 6 year love affair with my very first furry friend. He went everywhere that it was possible for me to take him. He made a move to Idaho and back with me. Loved to ride in the car and his favorite things were long walks & ice cream. He loved all other animals and people; he was just a special little guy. I lost him two days before his 6th anniversary with me. We had a great time together, it was just not near long enough. What I would give to hold him one more time and tell him for the millionth time how much I love him! If you have extra love to share, time and patience, an older dog is a true delight. Jess McWhite

In Loving Memory – Mr. Beasley McWhite – I was a college student living at home. I found Mr. Beasley in a crate at PetsMart. He was up for adoption. He was 12 or 13 years old and he looked so lost in that crate. My heart just cried for him. After some intense begging and pleading my dad let me go back and get him. So began a 6 year love affair with my very first furry friend. He went everywhere that it was possible for me to take him. He made a move to Idaho and back with me. Loved to ride in the car and his favorite things were long walks & ice cream. He loved all other animals and people; he was just a special little guy. I lost him two days before his 6th anniversary with me. We had a great time together, it was just not near long enough. What I would give to hold him one more time and tell him for the millionth time how much I love him! If you have extra love to share, time and patience, an older dog is a true delight. Jess McWhite