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.
Roger, Malissa and Faith
We got our precious Otis (a 11 year old Pit Bull) from a high kill shelter in California. There was not much chance for him due to his age and being super skinny, frail and thin. But with one look, we knew we needed to get him, care for him and love him and be part of our family. He was an amazing dog that just wanted to be loved and to love. At our first vet visit we knew our time was short with him. He had a large mass in his liver. At that point we knew we needed to make him comfortable and just give him lots and lots of love. We got 3 great weeks with him. He touched our hearts and lives forever. We miss him greatly. He will always be our Pitty Pot Pie. We Love You Otis!!!!
The Gibson Family
Everyone is taught that angels have wings, but the lucky ones of us find they have 4 paws.
Margery & Sokie
To Willow: your adventurous spirit, loyalty to those you loved, and insatiable desire for scrounging snacks in the trash brought so much joy to everyone you knew. I will forever cherish the memories we made together. Thank you for showing Sokie the ropes.
For our Skittles, we love you and miss you with all our hearts.
The Stichon Family
"May memories of love, and friendship maintain and comfort you in the loss of your beloved dog"
The Herron Family
"You were as devoted to your dog as he was to you. That’s remarkable!"
The Blum Family
Gone but not forgotten
In loving Memory
Flint was my heart and soul dog. He was my best friend and protector. Flint was an old soul and I was lucky to have shared his life.
When we left our home country in the 1960s, our dog Judah was left behind. I was just a toddler, but never stopped thinking about him and the rotten life he probably had after we left.