Artisan Glass Memorials of Your Beloved Pets

The Dining Dog & Friends has partnered with local artists to create beautiful glass art to memorialize pets that have passed with this unique cremation ash art. Pet Memorial Glass Art created with your beloved pets in mind.

The connection between pet and pet parent is deep. When our beloved pets pass the grieving process is real. We hope that this little piece of them is with you always and is comfort to you and your family.

The Dining Dog & Friends is donating their portion of the profits to The Bubbles Fund.

Memorial Options: Paperweights (heart, egg, orb), Vase and the Flame, exclusive to The Dining Dog & Friends.

The process:

  • Call or stop in to make an appointment with one of our associates. The associate will take your information and ask you to bring in your pet’s ashes.

  • At your appointment our associates will take gentle care in extracting a small amount (less than a tsp.) of ash for our artists to use in your piece. Your reamaining ashes will be returned immediately to you with love and care.

  • Place your order of what piece, color and any other information you want our artist to know.

  • Your glass memorial will be complete within 15-20 days. We will contact you when it arrives from the artist.

Meet The Artists

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Michele D’Amico

Michele discovered her passion for glass in 2006. She has studied under a multitude of glass artists and has been honing her own skills for over 13 years. Michele does not have an education in art, but rather an education through art. She is always experimenting with new techniques and styles, crafting unique glass pieces that are robust in design and vibrantly colored.


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Stefanie Hoff

Stefanie started her career in glasblowing by taking a glass class and falling in love with the art form. For over 7 years she has apprenticed under other glass artists and works professionally in the field. After the passing of her cat Mao, she became interested in the art of incorporating remains into glass