This is a safe place to share memories of your beloved angels, a little memorial collection of pets that went to heaven. If you would like to see your forget-me-not here, please email to: [email protected] and share the memory.
Alternatively, we have a little memory message book on our reception available for anyone to share their memory with the staff in a more personal and private way.
Jane, Beasley’s mommy, would like to remember her boy:
“Beasley, our beautiful 10 year old Basset Hound was sadly put to sleep on 9th August 2022. He was diagnosed with Lymphoma and, unfortunately, had got so unwell in a short time. We brought him home when he was 12 weeks old and he has been an amazing dog, so gentle and such a cuddly boy, who loved nothing better than a good sniff around the park and a nice sleep on the sofa. He was so loved by his family and we miss him so much.” ❤
How Natalie, his mommy, remembers him:
“Sooty was lost on 11th September 2022 when he was diagnosed with aortic thromboembolism. I didn’t know anything about it but it’s apparently common in male cats.
I’ve had him for 14 years, we used to always say he was missing a brain cell. He was constantly falling off things or bumping into things 😅
He wanted 24/7 attention and you couldn’t sit down without him coming to sit on your knee and he’d always come to bed with you so he wasn’t left on his own.“
Titch was a rescue Jack Russel / Corgi who was Gary’s loyal companion. He was nice and quiet, just lovely to be with. When Gary went on holidays everybody wanted to look after him.
In 2010 Titch got mass cell tumour and had to be put to sleep. It is one of the most difficult tasks for a vet.
What her mommy told us about her:
“Misty was a typical moody female, only wanted stroking and love on her terms and would let you know when she wasn’t interested 😅
We took her in as a stray we found in our garden. She was with us until 2021 when she got womb cancer, which spread in the pelvis.”
“This is Gypsy Rose, my Shar Pei. I had her when she was 8 weeks old and she was the most well-behaved dog I have ever owned. She loved everyone, but not in that ‘in your face’ sort of way. She almost bent in half when she wagged her tail. Sadly, she went off her back legs when she was 8 years old and became incontinent which really upset her. She became quite distressed at not being able to get outside to toilet, and I had to make the decision to put her to sleep at home.” 😥
As remembered by Cris, our Practice Manager.
“Meet Toby, my first love. Toby was a Beagle and like all Beagles
he was very stubborn, but equally affectionate. My first dog, it was thanks to him that I understood what I wanted to be when I grew up. Unfortunately, he died at the age of 12 from a very aggressive Mastocytoma, which metastasised and took him away in a few days. We grew up together and he was the greatest gift of my life. I was not ready to let him go and it was a great pain, but I know he will always be with me.” 💙🐾
As remembered by our Vet, Federica.
“This is Buddy, or my bestest Bud as I called him. My husband and I chose him at 5 weeks old and brought him home at 8 weeks. He was funny, loving and always there for us when we needed him most. He loved snow days, they were his favourite, along with Christmas. He would often be found mooching through the gifts under the tree. He loved to steal things, including pulling the socks off our feet when watching a movie!! He was a laid back, loveable guy and even modelled my son’s Easter bonnet every year 😂 Forever in our hearts and always in our thoughts.” 😍
As remembered by Nicola, our Receptionist.
“This is Popcorn, he was our first rescue and certainly won’t be our last. He was with
us for exactly a year and two months, when he decided to go to sleep and not wake up. Post-mortem and labs came back inconclusive. He came to us when we needed each other the most and we gave each other the best 14 months we could have asked for.
Such a loving, fun, infectious boy.” xx
Memory shared by our Receptionist, Nicola.