Please email us at with pictures and a eulogy for your pet if you would like us to share it on this page and let us know you would like it added to this website.  Every Monday, we also post a memorial image for each pet we helped the week previously (with owner permission) on our Facebook page.


In Loving Memory of sweet, beautiful

Lily Mae

Date of passing: June 11, 2020

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In Loving Memory of beautiful and beloved 


Date of Passing: August 7, 2020

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In Loving Memory of handsome, beloved boy


Date of Passing: September 18, 2020

In Loving Memory of 
Gunny Robinson
01-02-2009 to 11-24-2020

Gunny was a beautiful soul. Degenerative Myelopathy took you away from us too soon.  He loved his family especially the grandchildren. Gunny would follow them every where and even collect sticks with our grandson. He was my shadow and buddy. Gunny always had to be first out the door so he could look for dangers to protect you from. He was spoiled rotten and loved ️so much. We miss you Gunny so much.
Run free my buddy. Til we meet again. ️
Mike and Pam Robinson
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            In Loving Memory of             


     January 2006 - December 2020

Not just a pet, my best friend, loving, and loyal beyond measure, loyal and faithful beyond words.

If Love could have healed you, you would have lived forever. No longer by my side, but in my heart forever.

I love you and miss you without end 


In Loving Memory of 

Sailor Morris

There are too many amazing qualities I could list about our “Big” girl. Your personality was as big as you were. We will forever miss you and all your crazy antics. How you perked up every time you heard the word “pizza”, showing off your bone after the other two dogs had already chewed through theirs. It’s been hard this week being in the house without you because everywhere we look there’s something that reminds us of you. Chase all those squirrels up there and don’t worry, you never have to take a bath again. Forever loved and forever in our hearts “Big”. 

Love, Dad, Mom, Landon, Breezy and Major

Date of Passing: December 28, 2020

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In Loving Memory of

Tucker Hale

January 6, 2006- January 4, 2021

Beloved companion of Valerie Hale. He loved his mommy and all his friends from the Anderson Jockey Lot. We miss you Tuck Tuck!!!

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In Loving Memory of 

Benny Wagner

Benny was the weirdest little old dog and demanded structure in his daily life.  He would not stand for his dinner being late (it's 4:00 SOMEWHERE), or his walk being delayed for neighborly chatter.  He dearly loved wandering his yard, rolling in the grass, and meeting other dogs with his Beagle yodeling.  Benny lived with me for his final three years, and I made sure they were the goldenest of the golden, as he deserved no less.  He's now young and whole, and having the best time on the clouds with many new friends dear to me.  Thank you for being my boy, Ben, I love and miss you!


In Loving Memory of 

Sophie Bessem-Asu

Aka: Fluff Butt

December 2010 - May 2021


From watching and loving you grow from a little baby polar bear to our fluff butt. You have brought so much love, joy and happiness to our life and family. We will miss your love, happy and playful ways. You will always be a part of our family, we love you very much !!


Mom, Dad, Brianna & Bella 


In Loving Memory of 

Cheymon Stanford

Farewell to a true friend and loving member of our household.  Cheymon will not be forgotten.  Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened.  We love you sweet girl <3 

In Loving Memory of 

Spanky Overton

Our sweet little man, thank you for bringing such joy, love and happiness to our lives for the last 14.5 years. We are going to miss your happy howls and seeing our bug a boo. We love you baby boy.


In Loving Memory of

Shota Johnson

7/4/2005 - 8/1/2021


My sweet girl I can't believe we had to say goodbye so soon.   Farewell my companion and friend of 16 years.  You brought much joy and laughter into our lives.  I am so honored that you chose me as your human.   You are forever in in our hearts.  


In Loving Memory of 

Max Davis

June 15, 2006 - August 9, 2021


Max has been a blessing to our family for 15 years. He was loved fiercely and is missed terribly. He was the best cuddler and always knew when we needed some extra love. He was a protector of his girls and made sure they were always safe.  He loved to climb in the chair and snuggle with Daddy so he could get ear scratches.  He was always at Mommy's side whether it was laying across her lap or dancing at her feet in the kitchen begging for potato peels. He was the best boy and we know he is running around Heaven with his sister having a wonderful time and waiting on his people to join him one day. We love you so much sweet boy. 


In loving memory of our



You came to us when you were only about 18 months old.  You were scared and abused.  With love, patience and time, you settled in.  You were a quiet one, always watching what was going on. When you played, it was full on, but short in time. You always carried a bone and hoarded the toys in your bed.  You were a good little sister to Dakota for a short time and big sister to Sunny and Rebel.  You knew you were the queen of the pack. Run free, old girl, and have fun with Reby and Kota. We will always love you and forever be in our hearts.  

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In Loving Memory of


Jan. 13, 2005- Sept. 4, 2021

Ginger, you were my first dog (and only, up until 4 years ago), that wasn’t a family dog. Even though you stole everyone else's hearts as well, you were mine…and I was yours. You found me when I was 16 years old, and only a Junior in high school. You’ve watched me grow up essentially, and stood by me through it all. Boyfriends, parents’ divorce, Clemson, law school, bar prep, countless moves, career changes, tears, laughs; you’ve always been there, literally half of my life. You were my sidekick on almost every road trip. You went to class with me when I was in undergrad quite frequently. You were always supposed to be “travel size,” because you always wanted to come with me everywhere, always trying to jump in your purse before I even got it open. I don’t know how to not have you here anymore Ginger. You have brought so much joy to my life and I will forever be grateful for the 16.5 years we had together. I’ll always miss our naps on the couch together, your prance when you walked on the leash, your barking at the windshield wipers, your “spinnies” when I came through the door, having you snuggled right next to me between my leg and the center console, and most of all, looking at how beautiful you are when you would sunbathe. I’m so glad that I brought you home that evening without asking my parents’ permission- it was the best thing I ever did. I will love you forever sweet girl- you have a piece of my heart that no one or anything else can ever have.