Cal | Callie | Calypso | Cartman | Cecilia | Chance | Chance M | Cheerio | Cinnamon | Constantine | Corey | Curley | Czar
(circa 1997 – 2011) Cal was a one-of-a-kind dog – in every way. He came to our family almost 12 years ago after a friend’s parents took him in after seeing him wander their neighborhood for several weeks. Skinny, mangy, and flea-infested, we brought him to our house and in no time at all, he proved to be a loyal pet.
Kids came along and he had more people to love and care for him – and bother him too. He had some strange habits and quirks that we’ll always remember. Like how he’d take a mouth full of food from his dish to the area rug and eat it there instead of right out of the bowl. And all the food he stole from the kitchen counter – including a stick of butter one Christmas afternoon!
He was a lucky dog to have found a good home. We are a lucky family to have had such a loyal and loving companion. We love you, Cal!
Our beloved Callie was a wonderful companion of 17 years. She was a source of much joy and many laughs. She was a “daddy’s girl”, if ever there was one. She was well travelled and loved by all who knew her. She will be greatly missed, but she will always be in our hearts. Now she gets to be with her sister Abbey — free to run and play every day. We love you, Callie!
Calypso was our dear companion for almost 15 years. She was a small dog with a great heart who brought our family only joy. We will always miss you Calypso!!
Cartman was with us for 11 years after one year with our son. He was the epitome of the South Park character, “Cartman”. We do not know how our son knew this was his name when he was only a tiny fur ball, but he did.
In loving memory of Cecilia, who joined us when Edna and Cora were in kindergarten and second grade and who stayed with us long enough to watch both of her girls graduate from college. Martha, Cora and Edna Martin
There is only one Chance, so I called him, ” Chance the Highlander”, as there can only can be one. It was the hardest decision I ever made to euthanize my Angel. He taught me strength and temperence as he performed his purpose in life. I am forever grateful for the lessons he taught me on our journey together and that he chose me as his owner.
I dedicate all my future successes to you my Angel as I strive to live by the lessons you taught me. You will be in our hearts forever…..
Chance was a blessing when he came into our lives at 12 weeks old. He was a happy fun loving dog who loved to take boat rides, swim in the lake and chew sticks. He brought our family so much joy and love. He was beautiful inside and out. He was very special to us and will be forever truly missed. “A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself”. In loving memory, the Markwood Family.
October 1, 1995 – January 18, 2010
Cinnamon was a great dog. Always giving affection and behaving like a puppy throughout her whole life. She was a great companion and wonderful dog for our whole family. We used to do family hugs where the four of us would stand in a close circle and say “Family Hug” and she’d run over and jump up in between us and kiss us all on the chin. We will never forget her.
In Loving Memory, Nancy, Bob, Willem and Nathan Gardner
Beloved Friend and Guardian.
A big dopey “puppy” who is sorely missed.
Dear Corey, “A dog has no use for fancy cars, big homes or designer clothes. A water log stick will do just fine. A dog doesn’t care if you’re rich or poor, clever or dull, smart or dumb. Give him your heart and he’ll give you his. How many people can you say that about? How many people can make you feel rare, pure and special? How many people can make you feel extraordinary?””
We miss you and love you so much .You will always be in our hearts and minds. Love Always, The Jasinski Family
We were so lucky to have Curley come live with us when he was only 6 weeks old. He loved romping in the snow and chasing around the outside of the house and especially around the deck of the pool when our other dog Achilles would swim in the pool without him. Eventually he would go in and chase the tennis ball and bring it back to us. Whenever someone came to the door, he would grab a shoe or anything else convenient that he could fit in his mouth and walk around with it as if he were going to give it as a gift to the visitor, but in the end he would never relinquish it. It was just his way of saying welcome to our home.
He never objected to our bringing another dog into the family when he was about 2 years old or when others would come with their dogs to visit. He had just such a gentle and accepting personality.
His favorite spot was to curl up on the barrel chair while we sat nearby to watch TV at night. As he got older, he would lie at the foot of the stairs and watch out the front door to bark if anyone came near the house.
When he got diagnosed with osteosarcoma, we had to amputate his right front leg. He never complained and he kept moving around energetically as if he still had four legs. We were so sad when the cancer finally caught up with him in spite of the chemo treatments and he quickly became paralyzed from the back to the front. He was put to sleep in our arms in a painless and peaceful way.
He will always be a part of our family. We miss you so much Curley.
In loving memory of Czar. Czar was a classic Siberian Husky: beautiful, full of energy, independent, sneaky, and stubborn! He had a wonderful life with his malamute sister, Aurora. We loved him dearly and appreciate all the medical care and love he received from Dr. Alt and all the other staff at the clinic. He was nearly 13 when we had to make the tough decision to put an end to his suffering. There will never be another husky like our “Czary boy”, we will forever miss him dearly. We love you Czar. Laura, Lance, Marcos, and Isabel.