Below are some of the comments we have received from pet owners.
We greatly appreciate any feedback you may have regarding your experience with Sweet Dreams.

*Postings are subject to review and approval.

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January 1, 2011

Our dearest Carly – we miss you. You were “The Huntress” of our home, saving us from bears, opossums, birds and the crazy squirrels with your every being. While you may have been selective of your friends here, we’re sure that you, Rosie, Cheyenne and Muffy are waiting for us. Play hard and enjoy!

Thank you, Melissa, for your compassionate and kind heart in our moment of choice. You made Carly’s transition one that will be treasured as calm and peaceful.

Jeffory Jolly

Carly's Remembrance >
December 11, 2010

My Cooper passed away last year from Cancer. We adopted him from boxer rescue 10 years ago and loved him dearly. I still think about him every day. He was my precious boy. Dr Hendricks was so nice and very sincerely compassionate.

I know it has been over a year since you helped us and honestly it has taken me this long to write this because I miss him so much, but I wanted to thank you for being there for us. I really don't know what I would have done without your help. Thank you so much.

Amy Jackson
November 23, 2010

On November 7, 2010 Sweet Dreams was kind enough to come to our home and help us let go of our beloved cat, Sniper. They were extremely professional, understanding, and reassuring as my husband and I made the toughtest decision of our lives. Sniper was only 7 years old; she was my special friend and was always there for me, during good times and bad.

As difficult as the decision was to let her go, I am so thankful that Sweet Dreams was there with their personalized service. Sniper hated the vet with a passion and it makes me extremely happy to know that she was comfortable in her own home before passing over to the other side.

Sarah Mills
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Taking time to Grieve
Losing a pet can be similar to losing a family member.
It is not an easy thing to experience and grieving is necessary. Everyone is different in their grieving process and I encourage families to allow everyone in the family to grieve differently.

Take time to grieve the special relationship you had with your pet. Some people spend more time with their pet than extended family members and friends, so treat the loss accordingly.

One suggestion is to plant a flowering perennial in honor of your pet. Every spring, when the plant blooms, you can be reminded of your loved pet.
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