Pet Memorials

On behalf of the staff at All About Pets, we are honored to pay respect to our beloved animal friends who have passed.  We also welcome you to create a lasting tribute for your beloved pet or animal friend on our website's Pet Memorial page. Please feel free to complete the following Pet Memorial Form in Adobe Acrobat format, which requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.

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Lucy  Moeding             7/4/95-11/18/10


Lucy was a female Chihuahua Chow Mix. She was full of spunk, and ran and jumped like a Gazelle. She was a lifelong patient at All About Pets and she will be forever missed!

Shadow Hutton       6/10/96-10/11/11


 Shadow was a family dog, he took care of them as good as they took care of him. He had so many people in his life that loved him so much. We will miss seeing him run around, but knowing that he is pain free waiting at the Rainbow Bridge for his family.We miss you puppers!!

 Tavian Martin        8/1/98-11/2/11


 Tavian was the most gentle and loving dog we ever had. In the near 15years he lived, he never growled at any person or animal. He lived with four cats, three dogs and five people that he loved and played with right up to his last day. His constant companions was Clover, Turbo and Diesel. He has now joined Amanda who loved him with all her heart and who he loved dearly. There is no doubt Heaven is filled with with the joy of these two Angels. They are both Happy together.

Mitsy May Furlong       5/9/96-11/16/11


Mitsy was rescued by her owner many years ago. As time went by, her owner felt it was herself that was actually rescued by Mitsy. She was a very loyal loving family dog. Her memories will live on for years to come, and we all will miss her. XOXOXO in heaven!!!

Honu      RIP 11/22/11


Honu was our rascally house cat. He was always wanting to get his food, or do something mischievous. He really was a sweet cat and so much fun. We will miss him forever and are glad we had him!

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