On behalf of the staff at Bridgeview Animal Hospital, we are honored to pay respect to our beloved animal friends who have passed. We also welcome you to create a lasting tribute for your beloved pet or animal friend on our website's Pet Memorial page. Please feel free to complete the following Pet Memorial Form in Adobe Acrobat format, which requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.
Molly Tavano, was a special companion not only to her owners but to her Bridgeview Family. She entered the Tavanos lives in an incredible way. The Tavano family was on vacation at Rice lake when they found Molly hanging around the cottage. She looked a little worse for wear so the owenrs began to feed her, take her in at night and walk her daily. When Molly's original owners came for her they were heartbroken as they had fallen in love with her and knew she was not returning to a good and loving home. Only days later Molly was found to be wandering again and this time the Tavanos did not hesitate - they knew she belonged with them. Though they only had Molly for 5 short years, each and every one of those days was filled with love and happiness. Molly could not have possibly asked for a better forever home and the Tavano's will forever remember how much she enriched their own lives with her unwaivering loyalty and affection. A truly wonderful family member who will be forever loved and missed.
"she rescued our hearts"
And to precious moments that will be with us always.
And these fond recollections are treasured in the heart
To bring us always close to those, from whom we had to part.
There is a bridge of memories from earth to Heaven above...
It keeps our dear ones near us;
It's the bridge that we call "love".
Today we had Dr Paul lay our PJ to rest peacefully....... PJ filled our lives with so much joy in last fifteen years....PJ was special to him as well.......thank you so much for all you've done for us and PJ over the years......
The first picture was taken on one of PJ's trips to Newfoundland to visit his nan and pap...here he is laying on the floor with his dad and his favorite toy was never far away from him...I'd say he was probably 5 or 6 here. The second picture was probably taken when he was 9 or 10 sitting on his hassock with his blankets to keep him comfy... the last one was his later years where he was more interested in relaxing and eating than anything else.....he was a special pooch and we will never forget him......