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On behalf of the staff at Spring Valley Animal Hospital LLC, 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.
6/15/2002 - 11/3/2011
Jerry was loved by everyone that knew him and they loved him back. He was known here at Spring Valley Animal Hospital for his calming presence to both staff and clients. He taught puppies how to behave and children to be gentle. He couldn't wait to see the neighborhood kids on his walks and was disappointed if they weren't out. He loved his family and they loved him back. He sends them bluebirds in the spring, and though greatly missed, his presence is still felt. We know that he has raised Harvey in spirit.
11/05/1998? - 10/21/2014
Zoey's dad found her in the mountains of NC and referred to her as his "Blue Ridge Poodle". She looked like a Husky with Corgi legs. Small in stature but big in personality, her smile was contagious. Smart as a whip she would do anything her Daddy asked and slept at his feet every night. She was known as our little breast cancer survivor until a different type of cancer came along. She was a fighter till the end and is greatly missed.
12/24/2001 - 02/12/2011
Mali was the "mom" of her family. Always calm and always happy for a good meal. She took care of everyone even through several rounds of chemo. She was a gentle soul that stole her Dad's heart. Some dogs are more than just dogs and she was one.
12/22/2005 - 2/24/2016
Although Max was not an official member of the SVAH family he is cousin to our beloved Harvey. Max spent a life being deeply loved by his Mom and human brother. He was a ham that loved the attention and fans that he gathered on FB. He was a constant during the trials and tribulations of daily life and never failed to bring a smile. He will be deeply missed, though he will live in the hearts of those that loved him forever until being reunited at the Rainbow Bridge.
4/5/2003 - 4/25/2016
We went to the shelter on that fateful day
to "look" at the kitties, not intending to stay.
Off in a corner all by himself sat
the perfect little silver gray small cat.
We realized quickly, it gave us a start,
to find you had already stolen our heart.
You've been Dad's companion and Mom's sweet boy,
for thirteen years you gave us special joy.
We know now you're healthy, no more pills or shots,
and know that we so loved you, lots and lots.
6/27/2005 - 5/26/2016
Thank you Maddie for loving me unconditionally for almost 11 years! I love you so much and I miss you terribly. The house is so empty without you! You will always be in my heart and I will look forward to meeting you again one day.
4/2/2010 - 11/21/2016
Our Dear Sweet Lulu,
You are a part of our family that can never be replaced. We all miss you more than words can say. You will always be remembered as the sweet, sweet lady everyone loved.
The Aldamuy Family
12/23/2007 - 9/15/2017
Samson, you were our good Boy. We loved you dearly. When we first got you and brought you home, you took control of everything. You never got sick and were the terror of the neighborhood. Everyone loved you. Yes, you were simply beautiful.
2004? - 9/25/2017
Coco was there with her unconditional love thru all the rough times. During my chemo she would not leave my side. She loved riding in the car and I loved taking her. She will be missed, but I am thankful for all the wonderful memories.
3/5/2006 - 1/2/2018
Buffy brought our family much joy and laughter as well as much love. He is truly missed.
7/4/2001 - 11/25/2017
Dixie was adopted by our daughter, Elizabeth, from a shelter in Greenville, SC. In 2003 she moved to an apartment that wouldn't allow pets, so we inherited our beloved Dixie. When she was living with Elizabeth she stayed in the crate all day. When she came to us, we were retired and home all day, so she never saw that crate again. She loved Elizabeth, but when Elizabeth came to visit and was leaving to go home, Dixie hid behind me! :) Her life with us was a dream come true for her and for us. She was so beautiful, so regal! Her fur was baby soft and her perky ears and curly tail indicated she was a Carolina Dog, a descendant of the Dingo dogs. she was playful, but obedient. She followed me every step I took - upstairs, downstairs, all around the house. She was always looking for me. When we left and came home, she was always by the front door. She was a courier for me, taking notes, or the paper upstairs to her "Daddy" to save me the steps. One of her favorite things was to get up in the morning (she slept beside our bed), go outside checking every blade of grass to see who had been by, come in, go take the paper upstairs while I took the coffee. She was the happiest dog ever, turning and dancing in circles when she had to wait on me for walks. We will always love and miss her - never forgotten <3