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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.

In Memoriam: Zoe

By The Huyge Family published on September 26th, 2014
"The photo is of Zoe with Alex and Megan on February 18th, 1999."
On September twenty-fourth, the Huyge Family said goodbye to their life-long friend Zoe, who was a playful yellow lab mix. Zoe raised both the Huyge children, Alex and Megan, into adulthood. Alex was in second grade when the family adopted their furry friend. Zoe lived to be sixteen years old, a very long and joyous life with the Huyge's. Zoe’s will be forever remembered in the happy memories the Huyge's carry in their hearts. Read The Rest of This Memorial

In Memoriam: Smokey Giuliano

By Lenny published on September 25th, 2014
"The photo is of Smokey enjoying the warm sun on her belly"
Smokey was a twelve-year-old domestic medium hair cat who was loved until her last day by her owner, Lenny, who sent us this memorial: Smokey was my first pet. I remember her at six weeks old, feeling her breath on my hand, wondering if I would be able to protect that fragile life. And twelve years later the frustration of being helpless with the oral cancer diagnosis. She was sort of a one-man horse in that I was the… Read The Rest of This Memorial

In Memoriam: Kelsey Dunn

By The Dunn Family published on July 23rd, 2014
"The photo is of Kelsey's last trip to Lake Michigan."
Kelsey was a beautiful yellow Labrador Retriever now dearly missed by the Dunn Family, who sent us this memorial: "I just want to thank you again for coming to our house and putting our dog Kelsey to rest. I can't tell you how much we appreciated you and your bedside manner. It was a very special experience that we will always remember. Thank you again." Read The Rest of This Memorial