Pet Memorials

On behalf of the staff at Mokena Animal Clinic, Ltd., 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 below.

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11/24/2010 - 6/19/2019

"How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard" - Winnie the Pooh
No more meeting at the screen more chin on our more walks or playing with Andy Bear. Whistler, you are the sweetest dog there is. We miss you greatly and are so glad that you chose us to have you. Enjoy running with your friends and eat all the ice cream you want. Love, Mom & Dad


12/10/08 - 12/30/18

There was a trio of boxers. Now they're gone. Ethyl, Arizona, and Rocky. Rocky always just wanted to be loved and part of the group. He loved his walks, the dog park and bones. Cancer killed him but he fought to the end. A brave, beautiful dog. So long pal.


10/19/2006 - 12/18/2018

Mr. Bones was the greatest dog, he never barked. He was so so sweet, loved to go for walks, and always enjoyed his 2 tsp of oatmeal with me each day. He always knew when I was cooking it, as he would gently paw my leg to say I am here to have some. He loved all veggies, string beans were his very favorite snack along with carrots and lettuce. When we came home from the grocery store, Mr. Bones always checked to see if we brought home his stringy beans as I called them.

When he was being groomed, he always fell asleep as he enjoyed Carli so much, our groomer. I will never find another sweetest dog like Mr. Bones as he is missed so much by our whole family. It broke my heart when we lost him, as one day he was so healthy and then the next morning he declined so fast. RIP Mr. Bones. You are missed so very much, you brought so so much joy.


10/04/2004 - 2/16/2019

He was simply the sweetest cat.


9/20/2005 - 1/15/2019

Izzy's biggest joy was eating. She would run around in circles when I put her food out. It's the "yorkie" dance. Because of her kidney issues, her diet was restricted to prescription food, but she loved it. If I left her for several hours, when I got home she would literally squeal with joy to see me. It was amazing, to be so loved.


11/18/2007 - 11/13/2018

Speedy loved his green tennis ball. He would be busy ripping off the green felt covering just leaving a bit left in order to grab and fling in the air in order to chase it. This was a ritual every morning while I was making him breakfast and dinner. He would also put the ball in his mouth squeezing it so you can hear that squeaking noise from the ball. I am truly missing this ritual as well as cuddling with him while watching tv, he loved doing this.


9/2008 - 6/11/2019

Skittles was my little princess. She was a very smart, loving and loyal cat. I can never replace her, and my heart is broken. Rest in sweet peace my sweet angel.


8/2002 - 12/1/2018

In the Summer I would be outside doing some garden work and Gizmo would also be outside with me. Every once in a while Gizmo would check to see if I was looking and take a walk across the street to the neighbors house to get his favorite treats. Everyday when I come from work Gizmo would greet me at the front door. He never missed a beat. Also, enjoyed cuddle time with me in my recliner. I truly miss his little face at the door.


5/20/2005 - 5/23/2019

Teddy was my best friend. He helped me through my mother's death, my sister's death and my divorce. He will be greatly missed.


7/11/2009 - 12/7/2018

Marty was the most playful, loving, and compassionate member of our family. He had an uncanny understanding of human emotion and penchant for fetch like no other. He was a patient and affectionate companion to his younger brother, Wally, and his sisters, Epiphany and Nala. Marty had a calming presence in our household and seemed to make it his goal to ensure that everyone felt as loved and appreciated as he did every day. He is missed and will continue to be missed by our hearts with every passing moment. In your honor, Marty, we will strive to be the good that you always saw in us, so save us some seats up there.


4/13/2003 - 3/14/2019

Miracle was an amazing cat who will be missed immensely by his mom and dad and 3 human siblings, as well as his 5 fur siblings. There was never a dull moment with Mir, he enjoyed being the boss of the house and the center of attention. He was strong and courageous till the very end. We love you Mir, rest easy buddy.


11/2002 - 11/16/2018

In 2002, while my husband Brian was working in our garage, a tiny kitten appeared out of no where. It stood in front of him crying and meowing and wouldn't leave. So my husband, a fireman, did what firemen are known to do, rescue kittens. He named him Smokey because he was smokey gray with a white chest. He was Brian's best buddy, until Brian suddenly passed away in 2010. Smokey has been my loving companion since and has given me much joy. Now there is another void in my life.


12/25/02 - 11/23/18

Cindy left us unexpectedly last Friday, she was a shelter dog from MO that lived in a cage for the first 6 years of her life. We adopted her and loved her dearly. Our hearts are broken and will miss her dearly.


5/19/2006 - 6/13/2012

Our dog Mack was like our 6-year old son, he brought us such joy. He was there for us in good times and bad. He never talked back, he always was the first one at the door to great you tail wagging and looking for some lovin, the thing he thought everyone was coming just to see him. Many people met Mack and a few things were certain, you never forgot his "whip like"tail, he was either a good dog or you were intimidated by his size/breed, and you had a new friend. Words cannot describe our loss. He is gone, but will remain in our hearts forever.


5/5/2005 - 6/23/2014

From the moment she chewed on Dan's shoelace at the pet store, we knew Dusty was meant to be part of our family. For 9 years, she brought us so much love in her unique way. As a Pug, she was snorty, wiggly, and snored when she slept, but she was loved by all. She was the sweetest, friendliest, most loyal dog we've ever known. And she was our family dog and leaves a huge Dusty-sized hole in our lives. Sweet Dreams Dusty, see you on The Rainbow Bridge with a whole chicken.