Our Pet Memorials
Anyone who considers a pet a beloved friend, companion, or family member knows the intense pain that accompanies the loss of that friend. You can read more about coping with that grief, and with the difficult decisions one faces upon the loss of a pet here.
Forest "Loved His Boat", July 2012
Forest was adopted from the Humane Society at approximately 1 yr. old. He was a constant loyal companion full of energy and personality; a protector; loved life especially at the cottage. May he rest in peace with Sadie. One day, we will all meet again.
Remembering Diamond, May 2015
Rest in Peace sweet Diamond. Friend, protector, loyal and true....until we meet again, you will be missed so much. Run and play with Tony! He's been waiting.
Remembering Sadie, January 2015
We adopted Sadie from the Sault Ste Marie Humane Society, February 2002 when she was about 1 1/2 years old. For all these years, Sadie was a blessed part of the family. She was a stray two times at the shelter before coming home. Always gracious, gentle, obedient, smart, loved life and was the boss. Incredibly resilient to health challenges all her life. Finally, an ailment at the end was too much for her. She fought hard. Forever, Sadie will be part of my soul and have a special place in my heart. Until we reunite, may my 'special girl' rest in peace.
Remembering Teddy, July 2014
Our special boy was adopted by us at the Society for Animals in Distress (SAD) in Elliot Lake in July of 2007. Teddy was approximately 7 years old. He came away with us like he was our boy all his life. We used to come him our little angel although we rescued him, he also rescued us. He was very in tune to the health issues in our home.
Teddy loved to play with a stuffed teddy bear given to him by a SAD volunteer when we adopted him. His walks were the highlight of his day with his little skip of joy. Teddy loved to go in the boat when we went fishing. He liked to give the fish a lick before the fish was put back in the water. Teddy went over the Rainbow Bridge in July 2014. He will remain in our hearts with love till we meet again.
Annette came to us as an older dog where she was part a large breeding kennel. Although timid and nervous when we got her, she relished individual attention and soon transformed into a happy, and a little more confident dog. She fell in love with Diamond, our Golden Retriever, ( all little dogs do ) and enjoyed life on the farm. She could run like wind! Hope you are happy and free to run where you are now. The best "mommy your home!!!" greeter ever!