Pet Memorials

On behalf of the staff at Keene Veterinary 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.

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Pancho Pedrero: July 22, 2001 - December 28, 2015
Submitted by: Ann Pedrero

To our beloved Pancho,

We will miss you screaming at us for food in the mornings and waking us up at night jumping and playing in bed.
Your absence is a void that can never be filled.

Forever in our hearts.
Love you Pancho.

Bunny Boy Renner: October 2001 - May 8th 2012
Submitted by: Sister Mary Dolores Renner

 Paradise is lovlier than you can comprehend
No pain or grief, no tears or fears and life will have no end.
God gave to men HIS only Son, to cover all his sins.  So why would
God withold from you, your pure and loving friend?

Bunny_Boy_Renner.jpgThe angel took me by the hand and said: "Now come with me,
A glimpse of paradise I'll give to you so you can see."
Through the gate and o'er the Rainbow Bridge we did proceed.
Through green valleys filled with flowers, rolling hills and trees.

"Wow, so this is paradise!"  The place was filled with joy.
I saw my Bunny playing there, with dogs and cats and toys,
He also had some bunny treats and food that he enjoyed.
He'd made a lot of new friends there including girls and boys.

Then I saw a child come near and hug my little friend,
She said to him:"I love you so," and kissed him on the face.
The angel said: "The child just crossed the Rainbow Bridge today,
Now she needs a little friend to love and help her play."

God's love for her would be enough in that make no mistake.
But in his love He knew full well the child would want a friend
That is why God called your Bunny into this splendid place
God's entrusted him to her till you pass through the gate.
I pleaded, "May I hug them both?" The angel answered,
"NO! You'd violate a sacred site and now it's time to go." 
He left me there
With new-found hope and peace within my soul.

If someone asks what happens ro a Bunny that dies, just give a
Gentle smile of joy and look them in the eye, take their hand
Comfort them and tell them not to cry, for bunnies don't die, they Simply cross a bridge to paradise.


Chloe Hall : 08/08/1999 - 03/31/2012
Submitted by: Denise Hall

Chloe_Hall.jpgChloe was the dog of my life...a perfect fit in every way.  She liked to stay right by me, whether I was cooking or hiking.  She ran like the wind, like a greyhound...danced in celebration circles, got up to go to bed at 10 pm sharp and was annoyed if I did not come with her.  Her face had so much emotion; I could tell when she was annoyed, happy, thought I was crazy, wondering what the heck was going on, when she wanted to tease and play and so much more.  There was not a thing about her I did not love and she loved me unconditionally as dogs do.  I loved the velvet feel of her muzzle, the strong slender curve of her chest, the tiny paws made for running, but the look in her eyes, her fawn face...I will never forget.  She was the best friend, companion with a big heart for any animal I brought in; cat, bird, ferret, baby or otherwise.  She was The "mama" of them all and played with them too.  I miss her so much.  The house is so empty without her wagging a tail to see us all.  My dear friend, I will see you again.