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.

Mr Blue

Mark and Sue White

You were in our care 2 years, 8 months, 21 days - it should have been longer but you live on beyond your health issues. They are gone but you remain in our hearts forever. Never to be forgotten. You were such a good and happy boy. Promise you will meet us at the bridge. "When someone you love never quite get over it. You just slowly learn how to go on without them. But always keeping them tucked away safely in your heart."


Susan D

Much loved.

Mr. Big

Audrey and Joseph

Our hearts are heavy as we lovingly remember Mr. Big, who left us in the early hours of Friday, July 3.
He brought love and light to his family, Ange and Joy. We will all miss him dearly.
Rest in peace, sweet friend.


Stacy and Jen

Digger had a Heart of a Lion and loyal to the end. He would have given his life to protect Marty or Laurel.


Vicki and Karen

There is no privilege greater than to have been loved by a dog, especially one as wonderful as Maddie.

Forever loved, never forgotten... always in Shelle and Lisa's hearts.



My world is sad and dull without my naughty little trickster to make me laugh every day. I miss you buddy but know I will see you again. Please, keep sending me signs. I see them.



Our friend Brandon lost his buddy Hobbes this week. He was a great dog and was lucky to have had Brandon as caretaker. He had a wonderful 15 years. We’re all going to miss the adventures.


Skyler and Genna Hackley

We adopted you at 10 years old from the humane society, in October 2015. You died on April 11, 2020. You brought a ton of love and value into the world. Where your love, devotion and personality once was, there is a vast, quiet empty space now. I am so glad we chose to provide hospice care and give you every day we possibly could. It was so worth it. I would do it again for you if I could. Sometimes we got caught up in daily life and forgot to show you that you mattered. I am sorry for that. Thank you for your love and all the joy you brought to the world.

Shawnee, Imogene & Cubby

Rita & John Ashton

In memory and honor of all our dogs who have touched our life. Cookie you were our first. We miss them all, but will always continue to save another beautiful life.



No words can describe what you, Checkers, meant to this family. You made me a better man, you made us laugh, light our life up, gave us great memories, love, affection and lots of heartaches. You were a sunshine who instantly bought a smile to our face.

We will never forget you. We love you to bits and are being sorely missed.

We will meet again once our time comes.

Lots of love to our dearest Golden Son

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