Always in My Heart

This page is dedicated to the Grey Muzzle 2014 Always In My Heart campaign. During the year, our supporters celebrate the pets they have cherished by making a special "in memory of" donation to the Always In My Heart campaign. A gift of $20 or more supports senior dogs nationwide who have become homeless when they are most in need.

SEE HOW TO MAKE AN ALWAYS IN MY HEART DONATION BELOW
 

Always In My Heart Donors

Marie & Belle

Good Work Lil G, All the rescue dogs from Trio Rescue in Chicago Thank you, We'll miss you.

Vanessa and Kevin*

Vanessa and Kevin

In loving memory of Theo who started it all. Thank you for opening up our world and our hearts.

Laura*

Laura

In memory of Charlie....found on the streets of LA, who passed in December 2013 at the beautiful age of 17 and a half years. Your unconditional love and joy will live forever in my heart. It has been an honor to share your life.

Maria Gartland*

Maria Gartland

In memory of Maggie, one of the oldest and nicest dogs in DeKalb Co. You had a long and happy life with the greatest dog parents around.

Janet and Phil*

Janet and Phil

Rest little Stanley. We'll never forget you.

 

1.  Complete the form above with your tribute and photograph.

2.  Make a donation through our online payment processor and type "Always in My Heart" in the special purpose box. 

3.  We'll email to let you know once the tribute is live on the website!

Email info@greymuzzle.org with any questions.


We are an all-volunteer organization, so please allow at least one week for your acknowledgement to appear.

If you would prefer to send a check, mail to:  The Grey Muzzle Organization, 14460 Falls of Neuse Road, Suite 149-269, Raleigh, NC 27614.  Please specify "Always in My Heart" and your name, your sentiment, and the pet's name when you send the photo.

Thank you for honoring your past friends by supporting at-risk senior dogs. Your gifts ensure that proper medical care, beds, foster and adoption programs, and above all, hope, are provided to senior dogs who are most in need.