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.
Lucy was a puppy mill baby that found me when I needed unconditional love the absolute most. She died of cancer in 2015 and I still miss her with every fiber of who I am. She was one of the good ones.
Chris, Suzanne, and Elizabeth
We rescued Pebbles about 7 years ago. She was so happy. We took her straight to the pet store to get her a sweater that fit. She loved everyone and loved snacks. She loved her sweaters and loved to sleep in our beds. Today we had to say goodbye. It was time. We love you Pebbles. Enjoy doggie heaven and say hi to Scooter for us.
Lulu was an AMAZING girl & had such a sweet & gentle soul....even in her moments as she made it over the rainbow. You were taken too early. We miss you every day & talk of you often!!! Go find Nanny in heaven sweet girl!! ❤️
Elizabeth, Marc and Jack
Happy Birthday in heaven sweet Jasper. We miss you everyday and think of you often. Until we see you again...you are always in our hearts.
I’ll keep doing the same things we always did, but they’ll never be as much fun without you.
Vicki and Karen
" Better than all of the gold in the world, better than diamonds, better than pearls, better than any material thing is the love of a dog and the joy that it brings."
~ Laura Jaworski
Our dear, Toro, passed away on April 23, 2019 at age 11 years and 4 months. He valiantly fought Cushings Disease for 4 long years. He was a foody, intrepid explorer, security professional, pro-napper, Barkbox connoisseur and snuggler extraordinaire. He was mommy's little boy and daddy's boon companion. He will be missed terribly and awaits at the Rainbow Bridge.
On behalf of Denis Dagger
In honor of all The Dagger Dogs and their fearless pack leader and daddy Denis. To be a Dagger means that you always follow the Code of the West and these Daggers are no different. Fiercely loyal, always loving and courageous. Each one is special and “unique” in their own Dagger way. It is couldn’t be more appropriate to help the often forgotten dogs in their name.
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