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My family had to make the hardest decision to let our Bootz transition. Though it was hard for us, it was the best decision for him. He gave us 16 years of love and laughter. He was such an amazing doggie. My mom loved him sooo much and it was hard for her to give him up to me when she got sick in 2014, but she knew he’d be just as happy and he was. Bootz loved everyone and even on his last day with us, he greeted Dr. Sarina Hinsley with nothing but love. He was the most amazing doggie Ive ever met. He will be greatly missed. Thank you Final Journey and Dr. Hinsley for your support and compassion. Dr. Hinsley was amazing and walked us through the entire process step by step. She was so gentle and calming. The paw print was a beautiful unexpected gift and greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!
~Carla Martinez and Family
Brody was our boy for 11 years. He was always so kind and gentle and never complained. His journey came to such a quick end and it was so very hard for us to have to make that decision. When we called Final Journey from the very beginning, the kindness began. Immediately willing to help and that very same day sent the doctor out to us. When they arrived we were all in the garage and able to lay with Brody to say goodbye. They were both so calming and so reassuring that with Brody’s condition, we were making the right decision. It eased our hearts so much. Once they were finished still just so willing to help in anyway they can. They then sent such a personal email. We were so touched that they did that and were so personal with their thoughts to our family. And then a card in the mail…It made us not only cry for our Brody, but feel so happy that there are so many good people out there and the love and support we felt from Final Journey was truly just amazing! If you have to say Goodbye to your FurFriend, a True Blessing would be to have Final Journey by your side! They made it so much easier and made us feel so very special! Thank you to everyone involved for making this process so much easier for us. Your kindness, love and support were something we will never forget.
Thank you to the angels of mercy, Dr. Emily and Ashley, who afforded a passionate and graceful passing of my beloved Prince. They explained every step and possibility and were attentive to every need and request with the utmost respect. They worked in silence, allowing for Prince and me to listen to our cello music in the same position we had spent the entire last week of his life. They left as silently as they arrived, angels guiding his passing. Originally named “Lancelot,” my first dog earned his moniker “Prince” by keeping a watchful eye out for his girlfriend Sophie (our other Maltese) and always ensuring her safety. He was ever watchful of our home sitting prominently in the living room window barking out non-stop welcomes for every person, dog, or leaf that crossed his watchful eye. His heart was too big, but he masterfully carved out an extra 5 months of life that I will always be thankful for.
A special girl who was such a big part of our family. When we look at the pool, we will think of you fondly as we remember your little polar bear swims and your bunny hops in the new fallen snow! Growing up with 3 boys wasn’t easy but it sure was great having another girl in the house! We will forever remember the joy you brought to our lives.
We are so thankful to have met Dr. Kris and Ashley of Final Journey and can not say enough about the calm, gentle and dignified passing they afforded Marley. The experience they provided was the most compassionate ending for a pet that was truly a beloved family member. We were all fortunate to be able to spend the final moments with Marley in the comfort of her home – something that would not be a possibility during COVID. We felt very much supported by Dr. Kris and Ashley as they slowly proceeded through the steps, explaining everything to us. This is exactly what our family needed at this very difficult time.
~Barbara, Tom, Connor, Ryan and Owen and Murphy
JJ was a very shy and timid kitty but he liked playing with his favorite toys. He loved his food. When someone had a snack he was right three for his share. He iiked to cuddle on a bed. He brought so much happiness to us. We miss him so much.
~Bill, Elizabeth and Judy