Helping honor the life of your beloved pet.

Leave a Tribute in Memory of Your Furry Loved One

Our Facility

Recent Pet Tributes

In Memory of Daytona

In the fall of 2005 I adopted this sweet 4 month old puppy from the local animal shelter.  Little did I know at that time the love that would grow for each other.  He reinforced the saying “Man’s Best Friend” for the next 13 years. He loved going for rides and taking him for walks through the park..

In Memory of Morgan

Morgan Penelope Rose Lord (aka Doodlebug, Doo, or Diddle Doodle), age 11, left us to cross the Rainbow Bridge on August 1, 2018.   She is survived by her canine sister, Zoey Laine, her canine brother, Cooper Gibson and feline sister, Clessie Belle. She will be greatly missed by her human family Jesse (Daddy) & Rachel (Momma) Lord, ...

In Memory of Mozzie

Mozzie found me one day when I was walking through the neighborhood. I was very sad and felt so alone at the time. He looked like a pitiful totally ignored little dog. He was matted terribly and his nails were extremely long. He had on a collar but no identification. Neither did he have a chip....

In Memory of Francie

When we first met young Francie at the cat shelter in the summer of 2005, she crawled into my wife's purse on the floor, as if saying, "Please take me home."  We did.  Her outgoing personality and her soft white fur and light blue eyes were impossible to resist. We didn't know at the time that the combination...

In Memory of Maggie

MAGGIE: Was my best friend, she loved me and I loved her with all of my heart.  We went everywhere together.  In times of joy and sadness we could always count on each other. I know in my heart we will be together again and she will be there to help through my final journey.

 

In Memory of Lucky

Our beloved Lucky was a loving brother to our sons, Nicholas and Zachary, for 14 years. He was the patriarch of our family, greeting us every morning with his warm, loving smile, and welcoming us home from his favorite spot on our front step whenever we were apart. His greatest joy was playing...

Why Dream Land Pet Memorials?

The Honor is Ours.