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BEAVER BROOK
ANIMAL HOSPITAL

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Pet Memorials

FOR THOSE WE HAVE LOVED AND LOST

On behalf of the doctors and staff of Beaver Brook Animal Hospital, we are honored to pay respect to our beloved animal friends who have passed.  The loss of a pet to many of us is like losing a family member.  If you would like to submit a picture, a short remembrance, a poem, quote, or other text of your loved one, please click and fill out the questionnaire on our Pet Memorial Submission Page.

You may find the following websites helpful to you in your time of grief:

  KANE  
In Loving Memory of Kane, Dr. Asher’s dog.
 Kane was my husband’s best friend. He was rescued in St. Kitts as a puppy when he was in vet school. The bond they shared was incredible. Kane was diagnosed with terminal cancer in December of 2012.We was not the best patient, as his oncology team can attest to but he beat the odds and lived a comfortable life for 10 months until we had to make the decision to humanely euthanize him on October 16, 2013. We still feel his loss every day. We miss you buddy.
   
In Loving memory of Tiger Puppy
March 16th 1999 - January 10th 2015
 
It's hard to remember a time that Tiger wasn't part of our family. He had boundless puppy energy for most if his long life. In later years he was content to lie by the fire at our feet. He was always a happy dog, especially in the mornings. He was well loved by all of his humans, but especially by CJ, who was only 3 when he had the honor of naming our tiny puppy Tiger because that was his favorite animal at the time. CJ goes off to college in the fall. Tiger's death was not a tragedy, it was his time to go. Thanks to the wonderful staff at Beaver Brook, he died peacefully and surrounded by lots of love. He will be forever missed. 
   
In Loving memory of Apollo Crede Ranslow
July 4, 2005 - June 7, 2014
 
Apollo was our Princess Warrior, a special dog with a sweet personality. She loved people and always made an impression on all who met her. She did more in her lifetime than many people do. She spent three summers at a kid's camp in northern Vermont, was an attendant in a wedding on Martha's Vineyard, a therapy dog for her 'great grandfather', a companion for her cousin Rachael, and a source of entertainment for everyone. She loved taking walks, chasing tennis balls, hiding toys in the fall leaves and in the snow, and protected the house from cats and squirrels. There are many who have shared Apollo's life journey and she brightened many human journeys. Lymphoma cut her journey short but she lived a good life and may she forever chase tennis balls. We will surely miss her. Brenda and Pete 

 

 

 
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Our Hospital Location
434 Silas Deane Highway
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Phone: (860) 757-3346
Fax: (860) 757-3525

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Monday 9:00 - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 - 7:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 - 8:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 - 6:00 PM
Friday 9:00 - 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 - 2:00 PM
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