The music you hear on these memorial
pages is Pachelbel's Canon in D Major
Whether you believe in a god, or imagine there's no heaven, this song
is both joyous and solemn.
If you choose to read about cremation, you
will hear the recitative from Handel's Messiah 'Comfort
It is hoped that the timeless phrases will echo in your head and,
indeed, comfort you. 'Comfort ye, my people, saith our
When you enter a pet, you will hear the comforting notes of the beloved 'I Know That My Redeemer Liveth'also from Handel's Messiah.
'I know that my redeemer liveth, and in my flesh I shall see God.'
At the Sunset page, you
will be greeted by Handel's, 'Let the bright seraphim...'
This aria is hopeful and joyous, reminding us of the pleasure we
enjoyed with our dogs during their lives.
We hope you will visit the Rescue page.
Handel is here again, with 'The trumpet shall sound...' from the
The words, 'The trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised
incorruptable' remind us that these dogs, unloved in life, will remain
forever in loving hearts.