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Tuff my furry sweet baby. You are so missed everyday in our house. I got you at 7 weeks old. The breeder wanted to choose a different puppy from the litter and from the moment I saw you, you stole my heart. We had a almost 3 hour drive home that day. I brought a cage for you to go in for the long drive home. Not even a mile down the rode and I had to pull over cause I felt so bad listening to you whimper. So I took you out of your cage so you could ride on my lap. You ended up crawling up behind my neck like a neck wrap. So were so so sweet as a puppy. I took you every where with me. We stayed at a bed and breakfast in Ohio for a few weeks while I was in animal massage therapy school and you were very lucky to be my guinea pig! That was the best trip! You were with me for many many years , always there for me through everything. I knew you were slowing down and didn't want to chase your ball any longer. One day I came home and you just were not right. I called the at home euthanasia service to make you feel better. I wanted to be able to give you kindness in the comfort of your home on your bed. I sat there with you until the end. I miss you so much. I was so lucky to have you as my baby.



My Princess Ginger has passed away in the most peaceful way possible thanks to this wonderful service. Ginger was the best toy poodle anyone could ask for and gave us 14 beautiful years of her life. She loved walks, car rides and visiting her nana. She was never yappy and always near you to bring happiness.  We are going to miss her tremendously and will never be able to replace her.  Rest in peace my princess, I hope you find all your doggy friends who have passed before you.


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My husband and I can't thank you enough for providing a service that allowed us to say our goodbye to our beloved boy Baxter. To get to spend his final moments with him, in our own home was a beautiful blessing. Baxter was a ray of sunshine in our lives. Dr. Gretta was very sweet with him and we can't thank her enough. She is a special human. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, Chris and Jessica

Maxwell (Max) Hunter 


My Maxwell Hunter (aka Max) was the best companion you could ever imagine having. 

I still remember June 16th 2016 when I drove to Janesville just to look at him (saw images of him on Facebook and he was the cutest little fluff ball). I kept telling myself I didn't need a dog, I just turned 21 and figuring out life after college. But as soon as me and him locked eyes, it was a instant connection. This dog learned to potty in 2 hours, and remained goofy until the very end. He would worship his treats, and dance around bones that were given to him, nothing made him happier than a single slice of cheese or a hamburger from McDonald's. Max loved life to the fullest, the instant he was in a car, he'd perk up and was ready for any adventure ahead. 

I feel very full knowing he gave me the best last 7 years of my life, and knowing I did the same for him. He was loved dearly by everyone he met, and not a day will go by I won't look at his pictures and know he was the good in my life. I wish I had another day, another week or another year, but he's at peace, and hopefully running again in the rainbow bridge with his favorite peanut butter. 

-Adam and Domenica Hackbarth 

1/7/2024 the day he laid to rest 





Can't even sleep knowing you're gone! We love you so much Chaos, couldn't let you keep suffering not knowing how you really actually felt on the inside!

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Akira & Oden



In loving memory of Zoe - Laura, Deb & Becca


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Thank you for your kindness and additional help on Sunday with our sweet old boy Jackson. We miss him terribly but Dr. Catherine was so incredibly loving.

Huckleberry Finn

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Thank you Dr. Armstrong for helping us help our cocker spaniel, Huckleberry Finn. It could not have been a better goodbye. -The Opie Family


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Thank you for your kindness and additional help on Sunday with our sweet old boy Jackson. We miss him terribly but Dr. Catherine was so incredibly loving.

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