Dog Mountain was styled in the manner of a small village church that was built in Vermont around 1820. Huneck wanted the chapel to look like it belonged among the rolling mountains and pasture of scenic Vermont and he accomplished that here!
As visitors walk inside the chapel they will see Stephen Huneck's dog carvings, framed prints, and children's books at every corner of the building.
Also, dog tribute forms, and pencils are ready for those who wish to remember and display pictures and prayers for their deceased canines.
The chapel is covered from floor to ceiling with mementos, notes and photos of deceased dogs that are left by their mourning owners as tribute.
For those who cannot travel to Vermont, you can visit vicariously by purchasing Stephen Huneck's illustrated book, The Dog Chapel!
This charming dog chapel is truly something to howl about and I hope you will visit on-line or in person sometime soon!