We'd love to honor the memory of your lost pet. Send a picture and a short story to info@walkervalleyvet.com.

Gabby Gabby Gabby

In memory of my little baby girl.  She was one the best dogs ever and very fast took to her nickname of boo bear.  She was the most lovable babygirl.  She was full of life and will be missed by her momma and daddy whom loved her with everything they had. You fought a good fight baby.  May you forever rip and please visit us xoxoxo
—Mugsy Bamf



Snappy came to us from a relative that could no longer care for her.  She was 2 years old and had a pretty big attitude!  But over the years she matured into a loveable little dog who relished her daily "Mommy and Me" walks!  She was a great little companion and won't be replaced easily. 
RIP Snappy, you'll always be our little Buttercup!!!!
—Tim and Mary Canfield

Matrix Matrix


Matrix, better known as the bionic dog, brought a lot of life to our family when we got him from the Galleria Mall pet store 9 years ago.  Even though he had his hip replaced at a very young age, that never stopped him from giving nothing but love and wanting to play outside with his sister Sable and the kids he grew to love and protect.  He took a piece of us when he left and we will miss the constant licking and nudging just to get a good petting. 
Forever in our hearts.
—Cathy and Alexis

Tank Tank


Tank was a very special Bulldog. He loved everyone and everyone loved him. He especially loved visiting all of you at WVVH! Once he realized he was in your parking lot, he couldn't wait to get inside to slobber and snort all over the place. The love and attention he received for the entire staff did not go unnoticed and we appreciate all the care you gave him during his lifetime.
While his passing was very much unexpected, just knowing he had a great life, loved, and was loved by so many, makes the heartache a little easier to bear.
—Scott, Sue and Ben Hamel



We received Packer about 11 years ago.  From the beginning, he was so full of love.  And he always showed us so much love.  A piece of our hearts goes with him. He will be missed always.  Now he is free to run and play with all his new friends.  Till we are all together again, and we once again feel his kisses.
—Tony and Bettyann Cicale




"Juniper" was 5 weeks old when I met her, and was the only one of the eleven pups who "smiled." She was the most prolific smiler I've ever seen. But she was camera shy and I was never able to get a picture of her gorgeous smile. "Juna" lived with me in NYC for five years before I bought a farm in Ulster Co, where we spent weekends and vacations until she was a ripe old 12 years. We just lost Juna last week. Will my heart ever mend?
—Susan Griswald