On behalf of the staff at Woodland West Animal 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 this button or download the Memorial Form in Adobe Acrobat format, which requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.
07/20/2006 – 07/11/2018
A year after my dog Brownie passed away, my husband brought Magic home to me. She was 4 months old. The only thing on her that was not black, where the whites of her eyes. She was, and always will be our special little girl. In the early 2000’s my husband got ALS and passed away in 2014. The last 7 weeks of his life, she stayed on his bed full-time, refusing to leave his side. I would have to physically take her off of the bed so that she could go outside to pee & poop, and eat & get a drink. Then right back to my husband’s bed she would go. Even before he was on hospices care and could get out of bed, she was in his bed any time that he was, and stayed beside him at all other times. If he was in his recliner, she would be right between his legs. After he passed, she was always right by my side. She didn’t know what was wrong with me, but she knew something was wrong, and tried the best she could to help me. I loved her kisses. So soft & gentle. I have to smile, she LOVED to eat cat poop. I sometimes found her in the liter box, digging up yummy nuggets!! I had a chair that was solely her’s next to my chair in the living room. In her chair I had a dog bed, so that it would be soft & comfortable for her. When I was in my chair, (after my husband passed away) if one of my cats or my other chihuahua would jump up in my lap or just on my chair, My little Magic would come storming at them with a huge snarl & growl. Sounding/looking like she was going to eat them. She was protecting her mom. I don’t think that she would have actually bite any of them, but I always caught her in mid storm, just in case. She was really scared of rain & thunderstorms. She got really stressed & scared, that that seriously stressed me to. My little one won’t be scared of storms any more. Nor will she ever be in pain again. We will love & miss you my little Magic, forever!! Your in heaven with daddy now. 🙁
2007 – 11/13/2017
02/06/2014 – 12/30/2017
I am so thankful for how kind, the staff was to me. Everything they did was above and beyond. I traveled from North Texas to Tulsa because the vets back home in Texas would not take in my fur child Molly. Woodland West took care of her immediately. Molly and I had a deep bond. I first found her thinking she was a stray, turned out she had owners who did not love her or want her. I asked them if I could have her, I waited 2 long days crying waiting for the response. When they agreed to let me take her home, it was pure joy for both the both of us. She formed a bond with me at first sight. She had a very high prey drive a natural hunter, and very determined on her missions while we hiked the wildness. As time went on she was very nurturing with me. If I cried she’d come and give me affection to lift me up. She would constantly stare at me, it was love. When I slept she’d lay above my pillow guarding me. I have never had to make the decision of letting my fur child pass away with the help of a vet, but this place made it comforting. Molly had a short life of 4 years, but with me as her team mate on daily hikes I’d say she lived a fulfilling life.
10/25/2009 – 10/29/2017
Maddie moto was the life of our family. She had her own personality, would always comfort you when you was having a rough day. She loved bye byes and yum yums.
Maddie we miss you
08/31/1999 – 01/14/2017
We had a Walmart swimming pool and had been fighting algae in it for weeks. I look out just as Bear climbed the ladder and jumped in. He swam about for about 10-15 minutes and leaped over the soft side of the pool. I am surprised that the chlorine treatments of the pool didn’t make him sick.
01/01/2003 – 05/21/2017
We would like to thank everyone at Woodland West for taking care of our little Libbers. She showed up on our doorstep at 6 months old and lived here ever since. She passed from this life May 21, 2017 at 14 years old. She hated storms and fireworks, she would growl and hide under the bed. We will miss her back talking when we got on to her. She is now with her sister Sadie Lou hunting critters.
08/31/1999 – 01/14/2017
Thank you to Dr. Jones and the staff of Woodland West for taking such good care of our sweet Jordan kitty for so many years. Having Jordan in our family for 17 1/2 years was such a blessing and we miss him so very much.
2002 – 2016
Wanted to thank all that loved her as much as I did. She went to work every day with me and was the best friend a girl could ask for, along with being a fabulous co-pilot!! Her WWAH family treated her like she was their own. She is missed dearly…
12/1911 – 08/26/2016
Petey was a stray, found on the shoulder of a heavily traveled road by my brother. He and his friend’s tried to pick him up, but he wouldn’t go to anyone. My brother called me and asked us to go over there to see if we could do anything. We did. I walked up to Petey and he allowed me to pick him up and hold him close to me. He was shaking and so frightened, but the longer I held him, the less frightened he became. He was sick, dirty and matted, so we took him to a vet for medicine and shots and then had him cleaned up. He looked so sweet and handsome! We kept him, of course! And we loved him so much right up until the day he left this world. He was a darling, loving, sweet and gentle little dog. He got along with everyone and was well loved. He will be missed. We’ll see you again someday Petey!
We want to thank all at Woodland West for everything they did for us during the passing of our Sadie Lou. Sadie loved to snuggle and she thought she was the queen, of course she was treated as one.
2003 – 2016
Side Pass was an extremely smart and very faithful companion for nearly 14 years. I was training horses full-time when we got her. She went to every barrel race, every futurity and to work with me every day.
She was the quintessential “River Dog”. She would go 12 miles, loving every minute of it. She loved people, dogs and cats not so much.. I will love her and miss her everyday.
May 1, 2006 – May 22, 2016
Harley wasn’t just a dog he was a member of our family.
He was such a sweet and smart boy that always protected our family and home.
We will always cherish the memories we had and pray we will meet again. RIP Harley.
We love and miss so much!
Abby came to us as a 6 week old puppy. Someone had dropped her in the snow. She was a wonderful friend and companion. She loved to play ball and chase the water in the swimming pool with the grandchildren. She followed me everywhere I went. She was always at my side. She was spoiled rotten, and got everything she ever wanted and then some. She is missed so much. If love could have saved her, she would have lived forever. She will live forever in my heart.
Our first pet as a family.He was so special to us all. He was the most playful and cuddly cat around. He could always make us feel better when we were upset. We will miss him dearly.
September 9, 2005 – July 16, 2015
In April of 2015 Daisy rode out the Sand Springs tornado in our mobile home.
Her pelvis was crushed in the process. Woodland West treated Daisy and provided all the surgeries and care at no cost. Last night, 7/16/2015, Daisy had a brain aneurism and died in my arms. She was my best friend and companion for her entire life.
Thank you Woodland West for all you did for her.
October 22, 2002 – April 24, 2015
Trixey was the best little girl. so special. she was loving and caring to us as well as our other pets. she was a part of our family. we love her so. she is truly missed. we will see you again my girl
JoJo the Dappled Dachshund
May 4, 1999 – June 21, 2013
(JoJo was the beloved companion of a very good friend of Woodland West Animal Hospital, he will be missed…)
Our family said good-bye to JoJo, our 14 year old dappled dachshund, on June 21, 2013, when he lost his battle with Melanoma. He was our beloved “Puppa,” and we miss him so very much. JoJo had such an energetic and outgoing personality; he loved people and never met a stranger. He saw his walks as a time to socialize; he would take his time, greeting those he knew and watching who came out of homes and cars in order to see if he knew them. In the event he saw someone he knew, that did not see him, he would bark until he was acknowledged. JoJo also enjoyed having his picture taken and wearing new clothes. If anyone took out a camera, he would run up to it, look straight up and pose, often with his mouth open and tongue hanging out (his version of a smile), and when he got a new item of clothing, he would strut around in front of you and look for praises. It was our hope that JoJo would live to see his book published and be able to meet some of his fans, so we are extremely sad that he was not able to do so, as his book was not published until July 30, 2013. However, we could not be more thrilled to have the opportunity to share the life and personality of our wonderful boy through his stories, the first of which is entitled JoJo the Dappled Dachshund, with more to follow.
2/14/1999 – 6/9/2013
Mariel was a sweet girl who loved her people. She grew to love her younger brother Bonz and tried to keep him in line. She will be missed.
12/2/2009 – 11/27/2012
Tanner was an extraordinary dog who touched many lives nationwide. His enormous heart and lively smile brought light and life to his best friend Blair and enriched the lives of not only his newly adopted family but of those of us who took care of him.
Thanks to Sooner Golden Retriever Rescue and his adopted family, he left this life having been able to live in a happy home with his new children, an new canine brother and his best friend Blair.
2003 – 7/25/2012
Abby was a very special girl, a much-loved patient of the hospital and a regular at Day Camp at the Pet Resort. As you can see by the picture, she was always smiling. She will be greatly missed….
1993 – June 2011
2005 – February 2, 2012
Blue wandered to our home in the summer of 2005. He became a member of our family immediately. Blue completely loved and fiercely protected his cats, his canine sisters and his people. He arrived at our house just a week after his best friend, Lucy (see below). They were inseparable and he was never the same after she passed away. Cancer took his leg.. then his life. He will be forever missed…
1999 – May 25, 2011
Lucy was a nurturer. She mothered our cats, her canine sister and brother as well as her two human parents. Lucy loved to curl up with you, play with you, swim with you. She was fiercely protective and extremely loving. She was an exceptionally special girl and can never be replaced. Her best friend in the world was Blue, the boy above her. We lost them both too close together….We will miss you forever Lucy Belle!