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Huskies Over the Rainbow Bridge



The Rainbow Bridge Store
Headstones, urns, photographic and other memorials for your pets who have crossed the Bridge.

In Memory of Our Pets
Wonderful poetry, and information on euthanasia, grieving, and explaining death to children.

North of the Rainbow Bridge
North of the Bridge is the place where huskies will meet us.

The Silver Harness
A beautiful story by Andre DeMerchant that has changed the way I look at the Northern Lights.

Siberian Husky Memorial
Randy Fischel maintains this tribute to those waiting for us on the other side of the bridge.

Chinook
A beautiful memorial to a young Siberian taken from his loving family by cancer.

Dallas
Have your hankie handy when you read this tribute to a beautiful and mischievous puppy.

Jake
A poem for Mary Ann's boy begins "my jake - defiant, destructive, so gentle and sweet..."

Jesse
Memories of a loving Siberian whose life was cut short by cancer.

Jinx
Crossing the Bridge just before her 16th birthday, she left memories of a spirit that we would all be proud to possess.

Joe
My tribute to the Siberian who was the inspiration for building "Everything Husky!"

Kiba
Kiba, a wolf-Malamute cross, was the Wolf Packs company's original mascot.

Kiska
A memorial to the trail dog who was the reason the Wolf Packs company began.

Kodi
"One Adventure Ends, Another Begins" - Kodi, the ultimate adventurer, crossed the bridge, and Monty arrived to help heal the broken hearts.

Shadow
This beautiful Siberian puppy is gone, but is still loved by her family.

Tasha
A loving tribute to Tasha, a Siberian Husky puppy, by Carolyn White.

Tasha
Martie Barth looks back at life with this beautiful girl who crossed the bridge in 2001.

Thor
Bruce Johnson's lead dog was a super-dog, but lost his life to a pack of wolves near Atlin, British Columbia in 1985.

Tyler
This loving memorial shows the bond that can form between a woman and a Siberian after over 13 years.