Here are some ideas for creating a unique and long-lasting dog memorial for your pet…
The safest and best bet for celebrating this Memorial Day with your dogs is to exclude them from festivities, at least this time around. Instead, find a safe, secure spot in the home for your dog while you go out and enjoy the loud bangs, bright lights, and spectator fun. Your dog will appreciate the quiet a lot more than you’ll enjoy the noise.
Soon the park, a hidden site south of Vista’s Shadowridge neighborhood, will be home to a memorial specifically designated for deceased dogs. The project was the brainchild of Cowboy’s “dad,” Brian Cyr, who came up with the idea as a way to honor Cowboy and other beloved pets who have passed on.
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The passing of a beloved pet is a difficult and emotional experience. Celebrate the fond memories of a cat, a dog, a horse, or any creature, with an inspirational quote or saying inscribed on our accent stones. These words offer comfort and peace during troubled times.Honor their loss with special memorial gifts in remembrance of the joy they brought into your life. Our line of pet loss sympathy gifts offer specific items for dogs and cats, as well as products appropriate for other pets.We know how devastating it is to lose a cherished canine friend so we created this space for posting memorial tributes to dogs that have crossed the rainbow bridge. to post a tribute or to find resources to help you cope with your loss. And remember that life is a circle and true love forever.If you are looking for a DogStar who was posted to our original memorial pages, please to reach the old site & dog memorial archives. At Gone to DogStar, old dogs and old pages are sacred.We are an internet memorial community, open to all dogs who have Gone to DogStar™ and who wait for us there. Our goal is to give you a place where you will always be able to find your friend in the night sky. And to help you realize that you have been blessed with a very special gift when you know, as do we, that spirit as bright as theirs can never die.Write as much as you need—you have about 1,000 words. (Please don't write it in ALL CAPS, or in text-message-ese. Either will make it very hard for others to read your memorial.)
And be sure to upload a photo of your dog so that we all know what he or she looked like.
I hope the process of writing your memorial eases your pain a little.