Our pets are important members of our family. That is why it is so hard to say goodbye. We would like to take a moment to remember our beautiful friends we lost. Our sincere condolences go out to their families- both two-legged and four-legged. Even though we may not see them, they are always right beside us and forever in our hearts and memories.
Rayne was a stunningly beautiful German Shepherd. She loved to “torment” her younger brother, Ruger, by trying to steal his Kongs. According to her “mom”, Rayne was a Kong hoarder! She also loved her other little brother, Sebastian, as well as her human brothers. But her dad was her favorite person in the entire world. She loved to snuggle beside him, and basically be his shadow everywhere he went. Her favorite activities (beside the Kongs) were hanging by the pool or running on her 24 acres of land. Rayne was a master counter surfer and loved tuna. She was such a fun, sweet girl who left us too soon. She will be sadly missed by the All Pet staff.
Pheebie was quite possibly the sweetest girl ever! Even through her health challenges she was always a joy to be around. She loved her sisters, Zoey and Katie. And they loved her, too. She was a tough cookie and stubborn as a mule! She loved her treats and lots of pets and snuggles. We will all miss her.
Jack was a kind and gentle old soul. This golden retriever loved his "little" sister, Ember, and was a good big brother, showing her "the ropes". Jack loved playing in his big back yard. He enjoyed chewing on sticks and an occasional rock. He loved his treats! We will miss you, buddy!
Rizbe was a nice, friendly kitty. She frequently greeted us for pets when we would visit Jack and Ember. She will be missed.
Maggio was a favorite amongst our sitters. Not only was he handsome but he was very social and affectionate. He had his feisty side, too! He was infamous for eating things he was not supposed to- hair ties, bread ties, you name it! If it fit in his mouth it was fair game! Maggio loved to play ball. He loved his treats, too! He would always greet us at the door and follow us around while we worked. His passing was sudden and unexpected and our sincere condolences out to his family.