|Tabitha Dixie Allen
6/23/2000 - 3/10/2012
"Tabitha was born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. We took Tabby home on a beautiful day in August. She was the most loveable dobbie we've ever known. She was a good protector and fearless when she came up against all kinds of wildlife. Unfortunately, cancer took her. As we put on her tombstone, their paws touch our hearts. We will always love her as the family member she had become."
|Richard "The Lion-Heart"
6/4/2001 - 3/22/2011
Remembered through a gift to the Veterinary Memorial Fund.
"I realized how important contributing to the Veterinary Memorial Fund was when it was my own horse, Paddy, who was admitted to the Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, Va. Paddy was there in 2000 and again in 2001, and received excellent care both times from his surgeons, nurses, medical and administrative staff. We only lost Paddy last year at 24 years and I am certain he lived a full and healthy life due to the expertise of the teams at the EMC. It is a great comfort to me to remember him through the Veterinary Memorial Fund."
7/1/1998 - 5/16/2011
"It meant so much to receive your letter about the donations made to the Veterinary Memorial Fund by my colleagues in memory of Willie, the best friend and companion a person could ever ask for. I was so lucky to have been his owner for almost 13 years. I hope other animals will benefit from the clinical treatments developed through the research made possible by this fund."
|The Duke of Rasmont
10/28/2004 - 10/20/2011
"Duke never missed a night under the stars. He let me know when he was ready to come in: A good yoga stretch, a knock, a soft bark. I always told him, 'Let me know when you're ready' - He did. Thank you for the wonderful service you provide for so many of God's creatures."
|"May good things happen to more of the animals who will benefit from research your organization undertakes. Our pets add so much to our lives."|
|"...Thank you for administering the Veterinary Memorial Fund for research purposes. (We) feel so good about having the opportunity to make this memorial contribution."|