Press 2017-09-06T04:27:47+00:00


August 2017


August 31st, 2017|

By Christine Perry I lost my magnificent, Harley Kenneth, 3 years ago this Saturday. He was with me for 17 years – through so many changes, adventures, heartaches, and triumphs. He was always ready

Pet Loss, Pet Grief, and Poop

August 31st, 2017|

By Coleen Ellis This morning I was thinking of some of the most overwhelming emotions of pet loss and grief. Some of the most overwhelming, coupled with the most surprising. Then I remembered poop.

Preparing for the inevitable

August 31st, 2017|

By Coleen Ellis We can ignore it, we can hate it, and we can say it won’t happen, but the death of a beloved pet is a “when” event versus an “if” event. Not

The Beauty of an Epitaph

August 31st, 2017|

By Coleen Ellis I absolutely love talking with families about capturing thoughts for permanent engravings on epitaphs for remembering a beloved pet. Asking pet parents about what they will remember most about their pet

May 2017

You See a Skateboard

May 3rd, 2017|

When I see a skateboard, I see a dog named Meatball and a family with one final request. What’s your pet’s favorite toy? Does she carry her worn, purple stuffed elephant from room to room?