Pet Memorials

A Dog Daddy Remembers his Amazing Dog

 This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as A Dog Daddy Remembers His Amazing Dog Losing a pet is something that’s challenging for any owner. As a veterinarian, the passing of my patients is an inevitable conclusion to our relationship that I strive to stave off until their quality […]

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Memorial for Nestor the Cat

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It’s always sad to experience the loss of one of my patients. Creating a memorial helps my clients say goodbye to their canine or feline companion by celebrating the pet’s life. Recently, one of my cat patients, Nestor, peacefully left us for the other side. Here are the recollections from Nestor’s family: Our feline companion of […]

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Memorial for Georgia the Labrador Retriever

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  It’s always sad to experience the loss of one of my patients.  The dogs and cats that I work with as patients are often part of my life for months to years, so a void is left when they cross the rainbow bridge. Creating a memorial helps my clients say goodbye to their canine […]

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Memorial for Nola the Airedale Terrier

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On Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 9:55 pm, Nola (our beloved Airedale Terrier) heart-breakingly passed away from advanced chronic kidney failure just 3 days before her 9th birthday. We fought so hard to save her, but despite aggressive treatments from the best vets and hospital in L.A., it was just not enough, and we had […]

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Memorial for Mona the Dalmatian

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My practice is primarily focused on improving the quality of life of dogs and cats of all ages, yet the majority of my patients are in their senior years of life and have compromise to their overall comfort and mobility. As a result, there is an inevitable conclusion to the time I spend with my […]

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