Condolence & Memory Journal

To Biskitt's Family

I dont know you , but I lost my Madison 7/1/09 . She was a 12 yr old Lhasa APSO/shit Zu mix and I dont have kids, so she was my child.

I saw your ad as I was leaving a memory on my mothers OBIT here , Mom passed May 12th 2011.

I still mourn for my Madison daily and miss her so much. I did not get another pet, i cant , i feel like its cheating i know its silly.

I hope you are doing ok since the loss
from a fellow dog lover in CA

Posted by Donna D - OC, CA - another Dog lover   August 11, 2011


Calling All Angels.

Posted by Harold Prendergast    August 07, 2011


I sure know what is like to have a personable Cocker. This is our second one and he is so much of our lives and it will hurt when we have to say goodby to him. I am so glad that you had so many years with her - she is a wonderful doll.

Posted by Nancy Harmon    April 19, 2011

What a lovely girl. <3>

Posted by Savannah - WI   April 16, 2011


What a beautiful dog! I'm sure God is taking care of her until, you meet again!

Posted by Kaye    January 20, 2011


I love dogs and biskitt is just such a great dog. BE STRONG BISKITT!! I LOVE YOU

Posted by Andy - Stranger   December 03, 2010


What a beautiful tribute to your lovely Biskitt. What a truly sweet dog. She has touched my heart just reading about her. Much love and healing to you and your family.

Posted by Lori - do not know Biskitt or family   September 29, 2010


I used to see Biskitt with her head hanging out the window as Pat would drive through town. It always put a big smile on my face. I'm so sorry for her loss. RIP.

Posted by Lorraine - Friend   May 07, 2010


Who could forget those long, soft ears bouncing around as Biskitt pranced at the dog park? She had a sweet disposition and was loved by many. Rest in peace, faithful friend!

Posted by Tobais Vandelay - Decatur, GA - Dog Walker   May 07, 2010


I used to see Biskitt at the dog park. She was always so friendly to every human she met. She will be missed.

Posted by Kelly Miller - Friend   May 07, 2010

As a dog owner, I know how emotionally attached you become to your pets. It's a unique bond. They see you at your best and worst, and never judge..or at least they can't communicate their judgment ;)

Please accept my sincere condolences over the passing of Biskitt. I'm sure she meant so much to you and that your loss is deep and profound. May your sweet memories of her help you through this transition.

Posted by Kimmie G. - Friend and fellow dog owner   May 07, 2010