This page is dedicated to the Grey Muzzle Always In My Heart campaign donors. 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.
Always in My Heart Donors
Always in My Heart tributes are displayed with most recent tributes at the top.
My best friend, my soul buddy. From a pup to an old soul, the memories are precious. Til we meet again, my friend.
My beautiful Aussie/Border Collie came to live with us when she was only six weeks old. We tried to name her something clever but we just kept saying ‘she’s so precious ‘ and thus she was named. She was 14 when we had to let her go to the Rainbow Bridge. Such an incredibly hard thing to do, but loving her, we knew it was time. 2000-2014
Seth and Pia
Rest In Peace Enders. Thank you for 13 years of the most unconditional love, loyalty, happiness and companionship. We miss you terribly and always will. We will always love you. You will always be a part of me.
Mom and Dad
We started this adventure together.
As hard as it was, I had to stay behind and let you go on ahead, without me.
But I know we will meet again someday, and start a new adventure. Together again.
Your winter flame may have flickered, but it's still burning bright in my heart.
I love you Shila.
Sam was a rescue dog and when we adopted him we were told he was 7 but no one really knew. Sam had many operations to fix his hips which ws thousands of $$$ but he was worth every penny. He died on 3/19/18 at the age of 13(?) Then this year in March also our sweet cat Diva joined him in Heaven to wait for us to join them and be a family again!
They say dogs are a lot like their owners. Benny was...
Unwilling to give up
He never made it easy for us...
Even at the end...
And I wouldn’t have it any other way. ❤️
Charlie was a wonderful boy who was immensely loved by his mommy and daddy. He will always be in their hearts. All of his human friends miss him and will remember his sweet little face.
Boo and Berry have terminal cancer and are being honored for their family by Roxanne.
Look out the window Jimmy....your friends are waiting for you.
Sharon S Wilkie
Dora Lee Scarlett was a puppy prison survivor from St. Louis, MO. She was the epitome of "sugar & spice & everything nice"! We always told her 100 times a day that she was our special angel - even sang that song to her (much to her wonderment). Dora Lee graciously accepted other senior doxies adoptions to our home but her favorites were those adopted the same day as she was - Charlie Brown & Rudy Toots. In fact, Dora Lee's heart was broken losing Rudy and she crossed her Bridge just 30 days later. MISS HER!!