Welcome to Heaven at Home’s Pet Memorial Center. We invite you to upload a selection of images of your beloved companion and share his or her story. Our staff will review and publish your submission to this page, and with your permission, may also post it on the Heaven at Home Facebook page. Thank you for choosing Heaven at Home to create a peaceful passing for your pet.
"Words cannot begin to express how grateful I am for the Heaven at Home Hospice team. Since discovering My dog Chaz had cancer and enrolling him with Heaven at Home, I have felt nothing but love…"
Our sweet Chaz boy crossed the rainbow bridge on November 4th, 2022. With the assistance of Heaven at Home, Chaz was able to pass peacefully at home surrounded by his family. Chaz was the sweetest and most loyal dog that stumbled into his mom’s life as a stray dog running down her road when she was just 20. Over the last 12 years, Chaz enjoyed a life of traveling all over the country with many… Read The Rest of This Memorial
By Carrie and Heather published on November 4th, 2022
"So peaceful and beautiful, thank you to everyone at Heaven at Home, especially Dr. Amy for her reassurance"
Remy was such a special boy such a big personality and full of Love. He was involved in everything we did - a very unusual cat, he liked to be a part of meals, doing dishes, showers, exercising, reading, paperwork, bills, Naptime and the list goes on. When he became very ill 3 weeks ago, we were grasping at what to do. Nothing that was tried with his vet had worked to improve his health… Read The Rest of This Memorial
"Heaven at Home is made of compassionate people who treat you like family. I am so glad I found them to help our family through a difficult time."
On October 11, 2022, we lost a cherished member of our family. 13 years with Butters was not enough, but we know he is at peace. Everyone who met Butters fell in love with him. He was always at the door to greet you with kisses and tail wags before he ran to get his favorite ball for you to throw. He loved to play tug-of-war, watch squirrels from the window, and wrestle with his… Read The Rest of This Memorial
"When Belle was diagnosed with kidney disease two years ago at the age of 20, I had no idea what to expect. Our vet said the experience could vary greatly based on the cat. I called…"
Belle lived an amazing 22 years and saw me through so many ups and downs in life including getting married and the loss of my Mom. My Dad and I saw her and her brother get thrown from a car window back when I was in high school and immediately stopped to get them. Her brother, Ollie, passed away about six years ago. When I first had her as a small kitten, I never imagined… Read The Rest of This Memorial
By Margie and John published on October 20th, 2022
"We are profoundly grateful for the service and support provided by Heaven at Home. The ability to support Juniper at home ensured a calm and comforting environment. We were afforded the emotional support and privacy of…"
Our beloved Juniper left this world to cross the Rainbow Bridge on September 25, 2022. She was an adorable and precious little rescue dog who lived her life with enthusiasm and joy despite many health challenges she faced during her 14 years. The love she had for her family was boundless. Wherever we were was where she wanted to be. She loved playing with her toys, laying by the fire, getting her fur blown by… Read The Rest of This Memorial
By Tami & Tony Williams published on October 20th, 2022
"I don't remember much about the numerous calls I made to get information about At-Home-Euthanasia, but I do remember Kindness and compassion from every person I spoke to there. When the day finally came the Dr…"
Jerzy was a 6 lb Yorkie with the sweetest, most outgoing personality. He was the best lap dog (he Loved to snuggle) and he LOVED people. We were blessed to have our fur baby for 16 years. He was the best little guy and was my World! He smiled and jumped into my bag when he wanted to go bye-bye. <3 Read The Rest of This Memorial
"Dr Tillman was kind and gentle and made the experience of helping Blessing cross the rainbow bridge bearable."
Blessing chose our family 14-1/2 years ago. She was a spunky Aussie with tons of energy. In her last weeks she slowed way down but her eyes still held the love she had for us. Blessing was my hiking and walking buddy and loved car rides. She was a furry baby who we loved with our whole hearts! Read The Rest of This Memorial
"Doctors Hoss & Hamm made Bob's last few moments on earth very comfortable. We'll always be grateful for their gentle care of our sweet boy."
Bob came into my life when I was living alone and quickly became a sure companion. He was a stray that a neighbor had taken to c-snip and kept talking about how great this male cat was and that, even though I had allergies, I should at least try taking him in. I never looked back. He made 2 big moves with me cross-country, not to mention multiple apartments and homes. He became quick buddies… Read The Rest of This Memorial
"We couldn't have asked for anything better. Heaven at home made this entire process a little easier."
We rescued Naomi when she was 8 years old. We knew we wouldn't have her for very long with her already being older but we wanted to give her the best retirement home possible. We were able to give her another 5 years of a treat filled life. It took her a few months to trust us and open up. She bloomed into this gorgeous doof. She was so gentle and patient. She loved us… Read The Rest of This Memorial
"I honestly don't remember who I spoke with during that initial phone call. I was pretty distraught and that day is a bit blurry. But I know they were kind and gently led me through the…"
We rescued Naussica as a puppy and our family immediately fell in love with her. I was scared to adopt another dog because a few years prior I had to say good bye to my 13 year old shepherd mix and it was one of the hardest days of my life. But once Naussica was home, I knew the love we would share would fill my heart again. And of course, she ended up rescuing… Read The Rest of This Memorial