On behalf of the staff at Conover Veterinary Hospital, 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. Click here to submit your pet memorial online.
In loving memory of our first furbaby, Miss Kitty. Miss Kitty was abandoned by her previous owners when they sold the house we're currently living in. So, she picked us! Miss Kitty lived with three large dogs, and she was definitely the queen of the household. RIP Baby Girl. We love you!
On 8-18-2019, our baby was stuck by a car. We spent all night trying to get him help. On 8-19-19, I was lost and broken. I was hopeless. Dr. Judy seen Rex. She was sweet, kind, understanding and she loved Rex. She treated Rex as if he were her own dog. Dr. Judy, being the women she is, she held my family together a little bit more. Rex’s spinal cord was completely cut in two. We couldn’t fix or save Rex. He was paralyzed. My husband and I decided to put him down. Dr. Judy didn’t turn us away because our financial situation wasn’t ideal, she cared for our baby due to the fact he was suffering, he didn’t deserve what had happened to him, he was sweet and loving. My five year old would break without Rex. My husband would break without Rex. They were all 3 extremely close. Today Rex was laid to rest. Today, I knew good people, caring people still existed. Today, I knew he was loved. Today, I knew what grief was for an animal. Today, my son losing his best pal was a little easier! Today, my husband losing his “baby” was easier because of Dr. Judy and her team. Everybody who came in contact with Rex, thank you for wrapping your arms around us, allowing us to cry, to grieve. Thank you for being understanding. Thank you for welcoming us in with open arms and promising to help us regardless. I can’t express how much today meant to me. Because of this vet clinic and their team and Dr. Judy, today was a little easier. We will forever miss Rex!
This precious angel was born with water on the brain but she was a fighter all the way to her last breath. Tabatha at Conover Vet named her Faith for me and we all fell in love with her, every time I walked in Tabatha would just hold her and not let go till it would be time to leave Faith touched a lot of hearts and thank you to the doctors and especially Dr. Pendergrass and Tabatha, who tried so hard to save her, you will always be in my heart and to you again, Tabatha, for your support, being there to help me through, you and I will always have a special bond, with Faith at the start of our bond. Faith crossed over the rainbow bridge and is running her short legs off playing with the others , RIP our sweet angel, we will always love you to the moon and back.