You guys have cremated quite a few of my babies over the past several years. You understand the depth of love we have for our beloved pets. I know my boy was treated with love and respect while entrusted to your care. Taking the time to cast a paw print and stamp their name, bag up some of their fur, and include a handwritten note means the world to someone who has had to make the difficult decision to end their pet’s suffering. Those personal touches are greatly appreciated. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!
My Spike was born on 8/8/2010. I got him when he was 1 week old. I bottle fed him. I feel like he is one of my babies. I hit up with him every 2 hours to feed him just like you would a human child. He was with us for 13 years not long enough. He was the sweetest most loving baby there was. He knew how to do many tricks. He could sit, roll over, play dead, give 5 five. People say dogs don’t like to bug but Spike did. I would say give mama a hug he would put his little head on my shoulder and hug me. He loved to eat play fetch. About 2 years ago he was diagnosed with diabetes. He was with us for 2 years after his diagnosed diabetes. The vet said he beat the odds of most because they usually don’t last 6 months after being diagnosed. He was a fighter. I tell you I miss my baby we were together 24/7. I was his eyes and his livelihood. He was my emotional support. I could tell him anything and he understood. I forgot to mention he would go potty on demand lol. First dog I’ve ever seen you say go do good boy and he would. I thought that was awesome. I miss him so much. A part of my life is gone. Spikey baby Mama loves you so very much. You were the spark of my life.
Chloe, Chloe Marie, Chlo Chlo bean, Queen of the Sassafras, Fluffer butt, Chloekins, muffin, Tiny terrorist, Poo Queen, Freight train, Snoring Spice, Queen of the waggle bottoms, Diva, baby girl, love pup
I’m beyond glad you trotted into my life a little over 6 years ago. From the get go you immediately were up for adventures with tale wagging & smiles. You tolerated Addi demanding you play & immediately made yourself at home. You were hesitant to trust yet forthcoming in lessons on boundaries & love. You showed everyone love & slowly started to play, speak, & trust.
When we transitioned homes you made the apartment yours & converted fear into sacred safe spaces. You won over the hearts of non dog lovers & ensured my clients felt at ease in letting go. Your snores always eased those in the room with you. Always sharing love.
You survived a nasty car accident & continued to heal many while you healed yourself. I know I wouldn’t be where I am baby girl without you (am I’m grateful you’ll always be with me).
We got blessed & transitioned again & at first you were hesitant to trust again but then you declared the house yours after you deemed the situation trustworthy. You even tolerated & trained Bob in your beagle ways.
Your little heart was/ is the best & so were your instincts.
I’m also grateful you deemed yourself diva & to have your own instagram- you deserve your own light. As a result our family grew & more souls got to share you & your love & I’m grateful we’ll all always have you with us.
As you aged gracefully you also developed some health issues which ultimately you crossed from. You had heart murmur & Cushing’s & finally a mast cell tumor. Nevertheless you had sass & class til the end.
We did bloodwork Friday as you let us know something wasn’t quite right. The Vet & I had no clue just how wrong & planned to review further this week. By Sunday I knew. You refused bacon, peanut butter & kept trying to hide 😞
I’m grateful I was able to love you til you crossed at home Monday morning on your own terms. I’m grateful you didn’t suffer much baby girl. I’m grateful to have your love through & around me & framily always.
We just lost our beloved white German Shepherd Ace from unknown causes on 01/26/2024. He passed so suddenly and so unexpectedly. He was only 4 years old (was gonna be 5 next month). He was such a good boy. The people at pet pilgrimage was so helpful and understanding with the entire process and I will definitely use them again. Thank you so much pet pilgrimage we appreciate everything you have done.
Ace, you were such a pretty boy. I hope you know how much you were loved, you loved playing with rocks that was one of your favorite things to do. You had my heart the day I met you. This happened so suddenly and we have no idea why, we are all so heartbroken and I know your daddy is he just don’t show it. Ace we all love you very much and I hope you are dancing in a field of rocks right now. Rest easy “pretty boy” 😔🥺🕊️
You came into our lives as a precious puppy, and created such happiness for 14 years. Caring, loving, and playful. We loved you with all our hearts. We miss you dearly.