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.
Seth and Emily
8 years was nowhere near enough time. We miss you, you weirdo.
Buck was the most amazing and regal dog. I miss him everyday.
In memory of Keelah. Adopted from the shelter in 2007, rarely left my side until Nov 2018, never left my heart.
I love you very much, babygirl. Pavlov and I miss you every day.
The best hiking partner, swimmer, and friend with four legs anyone could ask for. Truly a special dog, Canuck is missed everyday.
Dave & Ginny
This donation honors both Mr Waffles and his mom Anne, who embodies the philosophy of Grey Muzzle. Anne gave Mr Waffles a loving home when, because of his age and physical challenges, nobody else wanted him. And over the next several years, Mr Waffles gave back that love many times over, comforting Anne through her own personal tragedy. They are both very special friends.
We miss Burton so much since we lost him almost 2 years ago. We gave him the best life and the best last days. I want this for some other senior dogs that deserve that love too.
For our sweet angel puppers who we miss so dearly. You all brought so much joy, laughter, and unconditional love into this world. We will never forget you.
In memory of our sweet little Jade who was always ready to protect us from doorbells and other television dogs. We miss you and keep you in our hearts always.
Joe Cain & Stephanie Dudash
Sadie (aka Angel) was found as a dumped senior dog in Flagstaff AZ. We only knew her for a little while, but fell in love with how sweet she was. She didn't deserve to be dumped out in the woods, she deserved to pass from this world with compassion and love. I'm glad we could give her a warm send off and some of the love she needed. Fly in peace little girl.
My husband found Harley as a stray. I met him when he was 3 and he was so full of love. He really was the best dog and gentleman I’ve ever known. He passed 9 months after his stepsister Lucy did. That year broke our hearts and we still miss them both.