July 6, 2004 - June 16, 2017 Nobody can fully understand the meaning of love unless he’s owned a dog. Brew had a gentle spirit and was loved by many. We never once thought of him as a "dog". He was just another member of our family.
Barbara was a true animal lover and had several dogs, cats, and birds. Helping Seniors Keep Pets received multiple donations from Barbara's family and friends as a tribute to her lifelong dedication to animals.
Gunner was an energetic little Jack Russell Terrier. He loved to wrestle with his two brothers, Skippy and Shooter, and play with balls. His brothers and his mother miss him very much!
Charlie May 2013 Dupree November 2015 Dana February 2016
Pumpkin was the official greeter when I would go to scrapbook events at her house. She was quick to let you pet her and brought joy to everyone. She was a sweet little gal and will be greatly missed.
Candi Angotti loved all her Border Collies. C.J. (Calamity Jane) crossed the rainbow bridge March 2018 and is now with her other two siblings. All three left pawprints on Candi's heart.
Janet rescued Pumpkin and he became her buddy. She did everything she could to extend his life and he rewarded her with love and the patience to wait for her to be home before he crossed over the rainbow bridge.
Those of you who knew and loved her know of her kind heart and gentle spirit. She was a friend to so many, people and animals alike. Her passion was helping others in any capacity she could, her soft spot was senior citizens and animals....of all kinds, the feathered, the furry, the shelled....you name it, she rescued or helped them.... She always put others first, her smile was infectious and lit up the room. She had a heart the size of which knew no bounds. She was kind, silly, gracious and generous but most of all she made you feel special for any reason or no reason at all. That was one of her many gifts she gave willingly and daily. We promise to honor your legacy of kindness and giving in all we do.
Ann was a very caring and kind lady that loved her furry companion Carmen. She had a great outlook on life and was one that didn't complain. Each time I picked Carmen up or dropped her off I could tell that she was Ann's whole world. It was a great honor to have known and be a small part of Ann's life.
Jackie loved the outdoors, especially golf. Golf was so much his passion that you could find him on the golf course almost any day of the week. He always had pets, and his latest loves were Lexi the Sheltie and Kitkit the cat.
Poco was just the best boy and loved his littermate Samantha. Together they walked many miles in the beautiful foothills of the Sandia Mountains. Nothing will be the same without Poco.