Always In My Heart

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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

Always in My Heart Donors

Always in My Heart tributes are displayed with most recent tributes at the top.

Early GW Carver Little

Jordan & Katie

In memory of a great dog and an even better friend.

Bruce Lee


In memory of my animal soul mate. You brought a smile to the face of anyone who met you.



In memory of the my first pothound who helped my find my second. My buddy who helped me during the good and bad times while away from home. He made the difficult days a lot less lonely. We will never forget you Dobey.



In memory of our cousin Rachel Newsome's much-loved companion.



In honor of Samson - one of the best boys ever. He truly was our loving mascot, earnest sentry, faithful, up for anything, Chief Adventure Officer. We miss you deeply. Thanks for giving us the best 12 years with you.



To my best buddy who changed my life forever!! Thank you for all the love you gave me and all the life lessons I learned from loving you!! You are always in my heart and mind FOREVER!


Vicki and Karen

Paying it forward so that all dogs may find a forever home as loving as the one Aero found with the Mosley-Neil family.


Susan Malanowski

Magnus crossed the rainbow bridge on 11/10/22. He gave so much love and joy to John and our family during his short time with us. He will be forever remembered and missed.


David & Gretchen

We loved you dearly Kadi and we miss you so much!


Linda and Chris Sotirake

To our sweet Pumpkin who had two homes before we were lucky enough to adopt her at age 9 1/2.   She was the perfect addition to our home. We miss her every day and will never forget how sweet she was.  Although we wanted her to live forever it was her time to cross over the Rainbow Bridge.  We will see her again at the Rainbow Bridge.

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