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Remembering Our Pets

Saying farewell to some much-loved patients


dodger dixey

12/09/02 - 21/5/22

Dodger, your pawprints are on our hearts forever.  

Love always mummy, daddy, Brandon and Heather


Honey Turner

Honey was a sweet girl, who did love her fresh veg, and would often steal it from the mouths of her hutch mates 😊She was taken too soon and will be missed. We have sown some dwarf sunflowers 🌻 to remind us of her xx



Dear Suzi, although we only knew you for half of your 15 years on this Earth, you have left paw prints on our hearts with your playful and affectionate nature. We miss you every day.

With all our love. Roger, Jackie and James


Our beloved Michelle. Always in our hearts.


Becks the Bunny

Becks was 12 years old and such a gentle and loving little bunny.  The last 6 years he spent with me in my hair salon and become The Hair Hut's little mascot where he was often made a fuss of by clients.

He really will be missed by us all. It won't be the same without my little Becksy Bun Bun around.

Pilbeam family



Our little Tinks passed away 1st of April.  Our home isn't the same without, you made us laugh every day.  Tinks, we love you always ❤️ xx

Isherwood family


button armstrong

"Everyone’s animals are precious, but Button Bear really was something else and our hearts are incredibly heavy without him. Button was born the day we bought our first home, he looked after us through military deployments, he made friends with everyone he met (human or canine), he travelled the country with us, he protected and loved his human sister/brother like they were his babies, and he has filled our lives with 13.5years of amazing memories. We hope he is up there with his other doggy friends chasing balls, dive-bombing in lakes, burying bones and scoffing treats - he deserved the world and more. Sleep tight our beautiful Button Bear; our lives are forever changed because of you and will never be the same without your kind soul here."

Armstrong family (Bradley, Natasha, Nancy and Jesse)


Rosie Fleming

My beautiful Rosie, my heart and home is so empty without you.  I will miss those crazy fun days of you chasing birds, getting lost in woods and swimming across lakes after ducks and then snuggling up together. Your pretty brown eyes that melt my heart, your lovely red coat and forever waggy tail. You loved everyone and everything. Have fun chasing pheasants in doggie heaven.

Love and miss you so much xxxxxxx


Max Kennard

Max came to us from Battersea Dogs Home at age 2-3, he was found in Battersea Park and obviously from a bad family. From past trauma he turned into a loving and cheeky chappie. He learnt lots of new tricks and welcomed three baby grandchildren with kisses during his time with us. He was our little boy and best friend to the end. Rest easy Max and once again enjoy playing with Freddie over the rainbow.

The Kennards


"Thank you Freddie for all the happiness and love you gave us, you added so much to our lives for almost 17 years, we are so grateful, we will miss you so much.  Thanks for all the happy memories love Mum and Dad. ❤️"

Cressie Family


'Bruno your amazing personality is so missed'

Hanfrey family



'Remembering our lovely cat Alfie who was our best friend and companion for over 18 years.  We really miss him and his gentle ways.  Always around us every day, he loved to say hello to everyone that came into our home.  The whole family miss him.'

Garth Family


"Pearl was very loved by us all, she was a worshipper of the sun, independent and a fan of headbutting us to let us know she was ready for attention.  We wouldn't have had her any other way. 

Laura, Phil and Luke


"We adopted Thomas from a breeder in November 2016 to keep our pug Frank company as our labrador had passed away.  He was not as advertised - 4 years old and living in a home with children - and was really in a bit of a state.  He was more like 8-9 years old and had a lot of ailments during the 5 years we had him.

Our time with him was far too short.  He was a real character and being a breeding dog only, he did not know how to play, what toys were or the love of a family, but he loved his walks, his holidays to the beach or countryside and our family – eventually asking for a cuddles, particularly on your lap! It broke our hearts when we had to say goodbye and we still cry now, but also laugh when we remember some of the times with him.  We didn't want him to go but we knew it was time as he was suffering.  Rest in peace our beautiful boy, until we meet again xxx


"Sprinkles, our fun and energetic hamster. You will be missed dearly. We enjoyed watching you do your acrobatics in your cage and run around in your ball. Now you are out of pain and comfortable. Much love, the Grist family x"


"Our Beau was the toughest little ball of fluff.  From her tiny white socks, to her friendly well-behaved nature, she was loved by everyone she had ever encountered.  Our baby made us smile and laugh for 12 years and has left us with beautiful memories to laugh and smile about forever.  Beau was our child, our sister and warrior who taught us to love no matter the circumstances.  We and many others will miss her everyday, but will continue to love her. Xx"

Stokes family


"Georgie - 17/6/08 - 23/12/21
Our sweet natured Georgie Boy.  Love and miss you. 
Gill, John and your brother, Eric"


"In loving memory of our beloved Cassie who will sadly be missed but never forgotten. You touched the hearts of so many people, you were our best friend and we will cherish you forever. love Danny, Ria, Skye and Billie xx"


Jack Holiss

"Jake was a lovely boy a big part of our family for 11 years who we loved dearly and will miss him a great deal" Brenda and Mike Holliss


In memory of our lovely Frodo enjoying his pleasures of relaxing in the sun and “walkies”.