Defining Quality of Life
How can you determine whether a pet is still experiencing a good quality of life

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The Grieving Process
Anyone who considers a pet a beloved friend, companion, or family member knows...
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Helping Children Cope
The death of a family pet is often the first death experienced by a child.
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Happy Endings is proud to honor and memorialize some of the wonderful pets that have recently passed away.

Please contact us if you would like us to post photos and a brief message in memory of your pet.

*Photos can be sent to: info@HappyEndingsEuthanasia.com
*Submit photos in JPG format, no more than 12, low-res format if possible (640 x 480).
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In Memory of Buddy
April 2010 -- Sept 12, 2014

Buddy was one of the sweetest dogs ever. He loved to go for a walk every morning and he liked every person and dog he met and wanted a tummy rub from everyone. He slept in our laps or next to us in our chairs and followed us around the house and yard. He had to fight his way through health issues over the four and a half years of his life. He saw lots of his vets and chiropractor during that time. Even with everything he went through, he kept his sweet temperament. His issues finally became insurmountable and we finally had to let him go.

He is gone but never forgotten. He was our precious boy. Rest in peace little Buddy.
In Memory of Koda
August 2003 – February 18, 2014

Koda was simply the greatest dog that ever lived. I guess I shouldn’t say “greatest dog that ever lived,” because he was one of us. When our other dogs, Lucy and Chip, were off being dogs, Koda was hanging out with us. He loved us more than life itself and I hope we did enough to show him the same. He was the leader of the pack, and we didn't realize until after he left just how much we looked to him to lead us as well. Whenever there was a suspicious sound, Koda would run to be by our side to protect us, while Lucy and Chip went to investigate. A simple glance would have him jumping up from his resting spot to run up to you and get all up in your face, for everyone knows that eye contact means “Koda, hurry, come here.” He welcomed any opportunity to be close to us, in your lap, or directly underneath your feet. The house is not the same without him and our lives will be forever changed, but we are lucky to have known him, to have called him our family and to have been loved by him unconditionally.
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