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Always in My Heart

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 $30 or more supports senior dogs nationwide who have become homeless when they are most in need.

Learn how to make an 'Always in My Heart' donation

two grey dogs by a bike

Robert & Debbie

Oreo lived a life of adventure! What a lucky dog she was to have hiked and camped in so many places and to have barked at so many things. She will be missed, but Grandma will take care of her. We love you Oreo!

two girls holding dog

Jim & Betty

In 2010, a very sick little dog named Divot came into the CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital and although she wasn't expected to live long, she exceeded all expectations and crossed the Rainbow Bridge at 16 years young. Thinking of you Jim and Betty. Divot was one in a million! Thank you for letting us be a part of her story.

dog in front of a fire

Corinne, Scott & the boys

Remembering a wonderful dog, who loved a walk, a swim at the beach, and a cozy fireplace to cuddle up to with his great loves Nicola and Kevin.

small white dog

Laura Weinrauch

Callie (November 5 1997 – August 18 2014) This is Callie at age 9. I adopted her at 7 weeks old. I was 29 and single at the time and needed her more than I could possibly know. I was blessed to have her for nearly 17 years and she and I amassed a mountain of loving, hysterical, wonderful memories that I will always cherish. To this day, despite having other dogs and the most amazing husband I could ever imagine, she remains the most important relationship I have ever had. She was mine and I was hers. She was so intuitive. She knew my moods.