Pet Memorial Program

Honoring the Bond, Celebrating the Life Shared

These are sold in packs of 25 or 50.

The IAAHPC Pet Memorial program allows you and your practice to show your pet families how much you honor the life and love they shared with their beloved pet. A donation to the IAAHPC, a 501 c 3 non-profit, memorializes their special bond and helps further the field of animal hospice.

For every card you purchase, 100% of the tax-deductible proceeds goes to help further the mission of the IAAHPC. Purchase a packet now to insert our cards into each of your client sympathy cards moving forward. Cards are available in 3×5 or 4×6 sizes.

Thank you in advance for honoring your pet families’ precious pets, for your donation and for your continued support of the IAAHPC.

Member Pricing

  • 25 Pack $75 plus shipping & handling
  • 50 Pack $150 plus shipping & handling

*If you are an IAAHPC member, the member discount will be automatically applied after you log in.

Non-Member Pricing

  • 25 Pack $125 plus shipping & handling
  • 50 Pack $250 plus shipping & handling

Forever in our hearts!

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I will forever be grateful for the joy you brought to my life every day for 13 years! You were my best friend, Barnum (aka Mr. Wiggles, Buggy and Bubbanut).


Cherished member of our family for 12 years. She had the most gentle soul and big heart and was the best companion we could ask for. Malone brought many years of joy and will be remembered forever.


Dear Mr. Manolo:
We miss you with all our hearts. You left an empty spot in our lives. We look forward to the day that we can hold you again and look at your loving eyes and tell you that we love you dearly. Until that day, we will keep you close to our hearts. We love you and miss playing with you. God bless you!


Sterling was the most amazing friend I have ever had. He was with me through so much. He crossed the bridge on March 4th, 2021. He was almost 11 and 1/2 years old. The one thing I am thankful for about COVID 19 is that I was able to be with him 24/7 the last year of his life. I still have no clue how he was able to fit his giant tongue in his mouth. I loved him almost as much as he loved me. Saying goodbye was the hardest thing I have ever had to do, but I do know it was time. He told me. He will always be in my heart, and will never be forgotten. Rest easy sweet boy. Sterling Croskey October 16, 2009 – March 4, 2021

Mo Fox

Forever my best friend…❤🐾


My Sweet Shiba crossed the Rainbow Bridge on June 15, 2021. She was an amazing girl who was almost 18 years old. She was loved by both her human and fur siblings. We miss her alot and she will forever hold a piece of our hearts.


Don’t forget, my girl
Somewhere between hello and goodbye,
There was love
So much love


You were so much more than a beloved pet. You were my best friend and confidant. I will love you forever my sweet girl❤


To My Sweet Ginny, In October, 2010, we found each at the perfect time. You were a third time rescue, and were looking to still find your forever home. I saw you were hurt and abandoned through those big, beautiful eyes, and you needed someone to love and enjoy your sweet, gentle and sometimes mischievous ways. I, too, was in the process of reinventing my life, and I needed a best friends to walk beside me in my new life. It was you, sweet girl. Your mere presence and puppy purrs got me through the challenging moments and subsequent loneliness during those years.

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I don’t know how I could have done it without you. My motto had become “Mother and Pup Forever”! It was a privilege to be your mommy, to love you, buy you Halloween costumes, your squeaky toys, and of course, Milk Bones and “Chicky-Meatballs”. I loved our quiet nap times, and still feel your warm little head tucked under my chin when you slept. How you kept me warm… I especially loved sitting beside you on the glider in the garage overlooking the street and our front yard. Remember how you laid down in the mud after that heavy rain by the river? I have that picture of you with you muddy belly and feet! You knew how to make me laugh… You are my girl, and you have taken my heart with you. You were a strong little pup, and even with your illness almost made it to 16 years old. Know my sweet baby, that I feel you beside me just as you always were, and I know we will be together again someday. Please look for me… I will always love you, and you will always be My Sweet Ginny Dog. Love, Mommy❤

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Beloved cat for 18 years


I cannot find the words to memorialize or pay tribute to Daisy. Her existence in my life was a blessing truly beyond anything I expected or deserved.


Harry was my beloved little friend and will hold part of my heart.


The greatest treasure in my life has been being Mommy to my beautiful boy Charley.
Charley came to stay with me when I adopted him on August 14th, 2004 he lived to see his 18th birthday on Valentine’s Day 2021.

I think of Charley everyday and I long for the day that we will be together again.

You are in our hearts forever Charley!

Love Mommy, Dad, and Kyle

Abi (Abigail)

“A greatness and a sweetness and a light
Poured out from her upon her little world.”


My sweet angel, you will forever be missed. It was the greatest joy and honor to have you by my side through all the ups and downs in life. 


In loving memory of Charley



Emmet is on the right. We told him and Mr Peepers to make a funny face for this pic. 🤪 We lost Mr Peepers recently as well. They were the best! ❤

Write a Memorial for Your Pet

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