It's hard to lose a loved one and it's especially hard to lose a pet. How do you honor their legacy and what they meant to you and your family. I had a hand-blown glass globe made for our first dog, Harry, who will always be remembered as the "best dog ever!" In his honor, we adopt senior dogs and give them the best of their remaining golden years. Often, these are the dogs that get passed over at the shelters because they have a lot of "issues" and "needs" that require a lot of monetary resources. However, these are the dogs that can change you forever because you have to give them the best life and you don't have a lot of time. Our first rescue, Mr. Rogers, was such a dog and we had a globe made in his honor as well. Lastly, we had touchstones made for Mr. Rogers so that each of his two foster families could also have a permanent part of him with them too.
These are amazing works of art and beautiful to look at. I love the fact that each one is unique, just like each of our dogs. Everyone that has had an opportunity to see them raves about what a "cool" way to memorialize each of our loved ones.