Donate in honor of our angel Comet
In Memory of Comet
$25 buys enough food for a large dog for a month
$100 pays for a senior dog vet visit
$200 feeds a large dog for 4 months
Throughout his 13 years, Comet never stopped acting like a puppy. He was known for darting around the house like a bullet whenever he wanted to show off his playfulness to his brother, Sarge, also enrolled in Phinney’s Godparents Program. This exuberance made him all-muscle but showed nothing but love for Sarge and his mom, who is physically frail and legally blind.
This happy guy used to act crazy sometimes, but he also guided his mom, Donna, whenever she needed to go places. So he got to let it all out and show his passion for life when he was off duty.
Comet could be headstrong and stubborn sometimes, but he was super sweet and loved all people and dogs. Toward the end of his life, in 2021, he lost his hearing and eyesight, but until the very end he loved going out for walks with Sarge and longtime Phinney’s volunteer Jill, who still takes Sarge for walks in the neighborhood and the beach.
Phinney’s has provided care and supplies to Comet throughout his whole life - from dog food to important vet care, including treatment for an enlarged spleen.
Now that Comet has crossed the rainbow bridge,
make a recurring donation or one-time donation today
to help fund the Godparents General Fund in his memory
Phinney's will apply the funds toward the first
godpet in the Program with a need