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.


Liz Spannraft

Izzie, the little dog with caring heart, now in heaven with Dan


Barbara Merves

Chloe was my sweet, crazy girl and my best buddy. I’m making this donation today to remember her on what would have been her 15th birthday, the first birthday since she passed 14 weeks ago.


New York Veterinary Practice

Baynard left pawprints on all of our hearts. We will miss him dearly.

Freddie Charlie

Fiona Harris Ramsby

My constant companion, my soul mate, my family, my best friend forever. Always. Forever. My darling darling baby boy.


Dana and Mark

Nana, we will love you forever!


Dawn and Ray

My good boy – Sparky the Canoe Dog


Lorie Lee Andrews

L.D. was a bold, brave, assertive girl who was my devoted and powerful friend. She followed me around the house like a shadow and her presence is so dearly missed!


Andrea and Robert

Charles was already a senior dog when he was adopted six years ago, and has filled the lives of his family with immeasurable joy every moment since. Although he has now crossed the rainbow bridge, he has left an impression on everyone who had the pleasure to meet him. He was a good boy and we will all miss him.

Maggie May

Pat Barickman

Maggie was a beautiful, strong, fearless survivor who came out of the rain and into the loving arms of her forever family on February 11, 2010; and ran into the arms of our guardian angels on April 15, 2021. She was a loyal companion to her “Mom,” Pat, and a pack leader to Paco & Bruce. Car rides with her head out of the window; and having apples as a treat after her walks were her jam. She taught acceptance and resilience by living happily for several years after losing her hearing and sight. Maggie was a gentle soul who made the lives she touched so much better; her spirit of joy and gratitude will reside forever in our hearts and her star will shine bright in heaven for eternity.



He is missed by all, especially Claire.

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