The Death of a Pet Pay Tribute with a Dog Memorial
The Death of a Pet is never easy. This is a place where you can immortalize you dogs life online,free of charge. Create your own Dog Memorial and learn how to heal. You will be able to post photos of your beloved dog.
Your family and friends are welcome to post their special memories to. All the members in our pet community are welcome to post and comfort those people in need after such a devastating loss.
This is the place where we can all come together as one for support and help in our times of need. Where we can come to remember that special someone and celebrate the times we had with them.
You will also learn there are many others out there grieving the loss of a pet. So I encourage you all to tell us your story and get the support that you need. This page is for all dogs I could not limit it to just Pomeranian’s.
We would like to start this page off by telling you about some special dogs that shared our homes and our hearts. Till they passed over the RAINBOW Bridge.
DAKOTA Mixed Breed German ShepardBorder Collie
We got Dakota from a breeder at 6 months of age. He had been adopted out to a family living in the city. They had to return him as he would jump out of their fenced yard when they were not home.
At this point of my life I was going through a separation and trying just to focus on my kids. I had no intention of adding to the family. Dakota lived next door to us and we all saw an instant bond between my son and this dog.
The breeder offered to give us Dakota for free and we soon accepted this offer. He became a wonderful part of my family and my son had a new best friend. He even wrote on his giant bouncy ball “Good Dog Dakota”.
A few months after we got Dakota I let him out at night as I did every night. He would run next door and bark at the horses or play with his mom and brother. This night I heard no barking I knew something was wrong. We spent hours searching the neighborhood calling his name.
About 2am we found him just next door he could not move or do anything besides tilt his head. We rushed him to a 24 hour vet where they told us he was brain dead. He had been struck by a car and would not survive. We had no choice but to lay him to rest. That was my first experience with the death of a pet.
My family grieved for a long time and it got to the point we had to hide my sons ball. As every time he saw it he would start crying about his dogs death.
Please share your dogs story with us and look below from Gingers story a Pom Chi Mix.
This is the place to share your dogs story and give them a webpage for life. Friends and family plus the whole dog lovers community can visit your page and give you comments of kindness and words of wisdom to help you move on.
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dog memorials We had 2 amazing pomeranian pups and as you do to keep little dogs safe you put them in a child friendly play pen that wasnt so friendly to one of my pups …
Artie…. Not rated yet We just lost our beloved Artie from surgery complications. He was an 8lb. fuzzball full of love. He was 9 yrs.old when he died and he suffered from a collapsed …
Baby girl Not rated yet Lucy was my lil Angel. She was the only female pom that I have had. I picked her up when she was 8 wks. old from a local breeder, and I had her until she
Ginger was Dakota’s best friend as a pup. You would never think a little tiny dog and a dog that looked like a Rottie would be best friends but they were. I have the cutest photo I want to try and scan and share of them. Hopefully I can figure out how to do this soon. Ginger looked more like a Chihuahua then a Pomeranian but had the lions head of a Pom.
One day she was bit by a larger dog. Although she was rushed to emergency they could not save her and she passed on about a year ago. I know her and Dakota are playing together over the rainbow bridge in heaven. I do miss them both and keep the photo of them on my fridge.
The Death of a Pet is never easy I do hope we can help you through this very difficult time.