In Loving Memory
This page is dedicated to the memory of beloved animal companions who have crossed the Rainbow Bridge. If you would like to submit a photo and/or small tribute to your greyhound or other pet, please send it to GREATinfo@great-greyhound.org. Memorials will remain on this page for one month. Out of respect for the bereaved family, no tributes will be posted without their express permission.
8/18/08 – 3/17/14
We said goodbye to our sweet, big boy, Greydie, on St. Patrick's Day. He was loved for his crooked nose, his goofy ways and the unconditional love he showed his 2-legged parents and 4-legged foster siblings. Despite being frightened of anyone with whom he came in contact, he loved his time in Maine, cuddling in bed with his parents and pizza night.
Our lawn may now recover from Greydie's nightly runs and our sheets may no longer have dog prints on them but we will always love and miss our big, blue boy.
Del & Robin Del Guidice
Dani (front) and her buddy Murphy
2/21/06 - 3/9/14
Our sweet Dani came to us when she was just under a year old and was a constant source of joy and love. She was diagnosed with osteosarcoma this January and celebrated her eighth birthday in February before earning her angel wings. We miss her fun and clever antics, and her happy and loving disposition. We are glad she is not in any pain and is running again with her buddy Murphy and other friends across the Rainbow Bridge, but we will never stop missing her.
Susan Shanahan & Bill Sinnott
9/1/00 - 1/28/14
Luke was a handsome black dog with a shortened tail, sweet and friendly to all he met. He had not been feeling well for some time, and on
January 28 his mom JoAnn knew it was time. Luke crossed peacefully with his mom and friend Sharon by his side. He will be forever missed.
10/15/06 - 1/26/14
Barry was an awesome dog. He was well traveled going up and down the East Coast and out West. He was loved by everyone who met him. He was so used to people just knowing who he was, he would get confused if on a walk someone did not come up to him, pet him, and say hi. Barry had a lot of friends. He loved watching reality TV during the day, walks around the park, and always looked for a way to sneak treats, including Irish candies and rum balls. He loved visiting his puppy brother Louie in NY who introduced him to people food.
Barry crossed the rainbow bridge unexpectedly 1/26/14. His presence will be sadly missed by his mom Melissa and all of his friends.
3/8/06 – 12/28/13
We are sad to report that long time foster Bree earlier this week has gone
to the Rainbow Bridge.
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Last Update: 03/19/14