Hanover Park Animal Care Center
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HANOVER PARK ANIMAL CARE CENTER  Veterinarians Serving Hanover Park IL | Roselle IL | Carol Stream IL | Bloomingdale IL
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DUPONT
PEANUT
We Remember Peanut January 31, 1995 - April 25, 2011 Peanut was a purebred Pomeranian, vivacious and tough.  She loved to chase animals, disliked dog toys, and always preferred the company of people.  She was better known to our neighbors as "The Diva".  She leaves behind two parents who loved her very much and two loving grandparents who spoiled her rotten.  Now she is chasing birds and squirrels in dog heaven.  Thanks to the Hanover Park staff that cared for her and knew her well.  Also, thanks to Dana and the doctors from the vet's office in Antioch (her vet for 10  years) who knew and loved her too. After 16 years, we will all miss our "Peesh" very much.
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We Remember Dupont Dupont came into our family August 1998 as a four week old kitten. Found in the gutter by a neighbor, soaking wet and smaller than a beanie baby, His mama had been hit by a car.  He gave us so much, and left us too early.  He left a giant hole in our hearts and we miss him.  We want to thank the staff for everything they tried to do for him, but cancer always seems to win.
DIESEL
We Remember Diesel Diesel our little acrobat was a Pit Bull Terrier born 10/12/07 and passed away on 1/19/08.  Although his life was short, he had left his paw print in everyone's heart.  He is sadly missed. We want to express our sincere thanks to the Hanover Park Staff for all their great help and hard work!
VANILLA BEAN
We Remember Vanilla Bean "Vanilla Bean" was a Sheltie-keshound mix who passed away in Mid Aug 2007.  She was known and will be missed by the entire Hanover Park Animal Clinic staff.  She was the EMPRESS of the house!
SHENEESE
We Remember Sheneese Sheneese was a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog born around November/October 2003.  We adopted her around March 2004 from an Animal Shelter in the Northbrook, IL area (Heartland Animal Shelter).  She was a very smart and sporty dog.  Sheneese learned to catch frisbees and her favorite was swimming and retrieving anything you want her to get like toys or any object.  She passed away on October 23, 2013 when we decided to have her put to sleep to end her pain from old age and some kind of infection when she couldn't walk and was not able to drink and eat food anymore.  Sheneese gave us 10 wonderful years of her life.  We surely miss our sporty Swissy Sheneese dearly.  Although I wrote this for her first year death anniversary next week Oct. 23, 2014, it still gives me teary eyes.  We will never forget you Sheneese for the rest of our lives.
EMMY
We Remember Emmy Emmy was with us for 12 years. We got her several months after we got married and had to be put down due to cancer in August 2014. She was the most compassionate and loving beagle we have ever met. We even suspect that she loved us more than food but that cannot be proven. We miss her terribly and will never forget her. The staff at HPACC was always good to her, and us, and for that they have our gratitude. We love you and miss you Emmy.
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SIERRA
We Remember Sierra Sierra was our beautiful Siberian husky who recently passed away at the age of 12 -1/2. We were so fortunate to have her that long, and then she let us know that she was tired and ready to move on. We raised her from a puppy and enjoyed all the funny antics and sweetness throughout the years. Sierra was always complimented on her beautiful eyes and her sweet and gentle disposition. She loved all of our friends and family, and was especially kind and gentle to any children she met.  We will never forget her . . . and we'll miss her dearly. But she's no longer in pain and that has helped us deal with our loss.
GEORGE
We Remember George George our beloved kittie gave us so many happy memories.  He was so outgoing and friendly. He would greet people at our front door when just as a dog would do.  He had a great long life. Since we rescued him as a young cat we're not sure of his age, but a guess is he was between 15-17 years old.  Poor George had the worst possible cancer a cat can get. It spread very rapidly and it wasn't long before we had to say goodbye to him. We miss him so very much and know he's up in heaven with the rest of our pets that passed. We love you George and think of you daily.
LUCKY
We Remember Lucky Lucky was a purebred Golden Retriever born May 16th, 1994 and lived to the ripe old age of almost 14 years. He was a wonderful part of the Prim household for many great years. He will be terribly missed.  Lucky left behind 4 Kitties and a Border Collie named Blaze, who also misses him dearly.  May he be running around at Rainbow Bridge with his distant cousins of the past, Kingston, the German Shephard and Sunnie, the Golden Retriever, our other beloved pals of the past.
We Remember Miss Kitty -  December 2000 - February 28th, 2014 Miss Kitty was a stray that hung out in our neighborhood with 3 other kittys.  I told my husband if he let me have the one I wanted (which was Miss Kitty) that I would trap and place the other 3 strays. So that's what I did. She came into our home a trusting Feral & then soon delivered 4 kittens right on Dad's Bears blanket. I placed one female, Jeri, and the other 3 stayed with their mother with us and became part of our extended family. Miss Kitty went on to win the heart of my husband and I, until cancer took her from us just yesterday unexpectedly. May you rest in peace Miss Kitty until our little furry brood of many meet again.
MISS KITTY
KINGSTON
We Remember Kingston Kingston was one of 4 Tabby Kittens born in our living room on March 8th, 2001.  We decided to keep this furry family together, with the exception of one that Was placed with a little girl my husband worked with her mother who wanted a kitten.  He was the only boy of Miss Kitty (aka Felicity) also here on Rainbow Bridge.  We lost Miss Kitty on February 29th this year. Her son, Kingston has been battling Diabetes, Pancreatitis & Renal Failure since November 2013. He was the wisest Cat in the house. He made his own rules and did his own thing. He didn’t need “guidance” in the sense of the word. His mannerisms were that of a dog, the alpha dog, One might say. He was a 20 lb cat in his hay day. Now there is no more suffering for you Our little furry friend. He hung in there as long as he could.
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DUPONT
PEANUT
We Remember Peanut January 31, 1995 - April 25, 2011 Peanut was a purebred Pomeranian, vivacious and tough.  She loved to chase animals, disliked dog toys, and always preferred the company of people.  She was better known to our neighbors as "The Diva".  She leaves behind two parents who loved her very much and two loving grandparents who spoiled her rotten.  Now she is chasing birds and squirrels in dog heaven.  Thanks to the Hanover Park staff that cared for her and knew her well.  Also, thanks to Dana and the doctors from the vet's office in Antioch (her vet for 10  years) who knew and loved her too. After 16 years, we will all miss our "Peesh" very much.
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We Remember Dupont Dupont came into our family August 1998 as a four week old kitten. Found in the gutter by a neighbor, soaking wet and smaller than a beanie baby, His mama had been hit by a car.  He gave us so much, and left us too early.  He left a giant hole in our hearts and we miss him.  We want to thank the staff for everything they tried to do for him, but cancer always seems to win.
DIESEL
We Remember Diesel Diesel our little acrobat was a Pit Bull Terrier born 10/12/07 and passed away on 1/19/08.  Although his life was short, he had left his paw print in everyone's heart.  He is sadly missed. We want to express our sincere thanks to the Hanover Park Staff for all their great help and hard work!
VANILLA BEAN
We Remember Vanilla Bean "Vanilla Bean" was a Sheltie-keshound mix who passed away in Mid Aug 2007.  She was known and will be missed by the entire Hanover Park Animal Clinic staff.  She was the EMPRESS of the house!
SHENEESE
We Remember Sheneese Sheneese was a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog born around November/October 2003.  We adopted her around March 2004 from an Animal Shelter in the Northbrook, IL area (Heartland Animal Shelter).  She was a very smart and sporty dog.  Sheneese learned to catch frisbees and her favorite was swimming and retrieving anything you want her to get like toys or any object.  She passed away on October 23, 2013 when we decided to have her put to sleep to end her pain from old age and some kind of infection when she couldn't walk and was not able to drink and eat food anymore.  Sheneese gave us 10 wonderful years of her life.  We surely miss our sporty Swissy Sheneese dearly.  Although I wrote this for her first year death anniversary next week Oct. 23, 2014, it still gives me teary eyes.  We will never forget you Sheneese for the rest of our lives.
EMMY
We Remember Emmy Emmy was with us for 12 years. We got her several months after we got married and had to be put down due to cancer in August 2014. She was the most compassionate and loving beagle we have ever met. We even suspect that she loved us more than food but that cannot be proven. We miss her terribly and will never forget her. The staff at HPACC was always good to her, and us, and for that they have our gratitude. We love you and miss you Emmy.
SIERRA
We Remember Sierra Sierra was our beautiful Siberian husky who recently passed away at the age of 12 -1/2. We were so fortunate to have her that long, and then she let us know that she was tired and ready to move on. We raised her from a puppy and enjoyed all the funny antics and sweetness throughout the years. Sierra was always complimented on her beautiful eyes and her sweet and gentle disposition. She loved all of our friends and family, and was especially kind and gentle to any children she met.  We will never forget her . . . and we'll miss her dearly. But she's no longer in pain and that has helped us deal with our loss.
GEORGE
We Remember George George our beloved kittie gave us so many happy memories.  He was so outgoing and friendly. He would greet people at our front door when just as a dog would do.  He had a great long life. Since we rescued him as a young cat we're not sure of his age, but a guess is he was between 15-17 years old.  Poor George had the worst possible cancer a cat can get. It spread very rapidly and it wasn't long before we had to say goodbye to him. We miss him so very much and know he's up in heaven with the rest of our pets that passed. We love you George and think of you daily.
LUCKY
We Remember Lucky Lucky was a purebred Golden Retriever born May 16th, 1994 and lived to the ripe old age of almost 14 years. He was a wonderful part of the Prim household for many great years. He will be terribly missed.  Lucky left behind 4 Kitties and a Border Collie named Blaze, who also misses him dearly.  May he be running around at Rainbow Bridge with his distant cousins of the past, Kingston, the German Shephard and Sunnie, the Golden Retriever, our other beloved pals of the past.
We Remember Miss Kitty December 2000 - February 28th, 2014 Miss Kitty was a stray that hung out in our neighborhood with 3 other kittys.  I told my husband if he let me have the one I wanted (which was Miss Kitty) that I would trap and place the other 3 strays. So that's what I did. She came into our home a trusting Feral & then soon delivered 4 kittens right on Dad's Bears blanket. I placed one female, Jeri, and the other 3 stayed with their mother with us and became part of our extended family. Miss Kitty went on to win the heart of my husband and I, until cancer took her from us just yesterday unexpectedly. May you rest in peace Miss Kitty until our little furry brood of many meet again.
MISS KITTY
KINGSTON
We Remember Kingston Kingston was one of 4 Tabby Kittens born in our living room on March 8th, 2001.  We decided to keep this furry family together, with the exception of one that Was placed with a little girl my husband worked with her mother who wanted a kitten.  He was the only boy of Miss Kitty (aka Felicity) also here on Rainbow Bridge.  We lost Miss Kitty on February 29th this year. Her son, Kingston has been battling Diabetes, Pancreatitis & Renal Failure since November 2013. He was the wisest Cat in the house. He made his own rules and did his own thing. He didn’t need “guidance” in the sense of the word. His mannerisms were that of a dog, the alpha dog, One might say. He was a 20 lb cat in his hay day. Now there is no more suffering for you Our little furry friend. He hung in there as long as he could.
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