The most famous grave is Kabar's, Rudoph Valentino's faithful dog. It's said the Kabar haunts the cemetery but I didn't see him when I visited.
|Valentino's dog, Kabar|
Many markers are sentimental.
Some have a portrait of the dog.
Others are traditional.
|That's a Boston Terrier on the stone. I'm guessing all the|
markers beneath the stone are Boston Terriers, too.
A lot are lighthearted and kitschy.
It's obvious that some are maintained on a regular basis,
otherwise who would dry clean the costume on the dog?
|Note the laminated photos in back featuring the dog|
when she was alive wearing the same costume.
It has a more festive feel than people cemeteries,
with lots of whirly-gigs made up of dogs happily
making their way to the rainbow bridge.
Some markers have messages included.
|This marker says:|
Beaver Shen, we miss you Dr. Dog. P.S. P J is wrong.
The earliest marker is 1928.
The original building, put up in 1929 has been recently restored.
If you want to visit:
5068 Old Scandia Lane, Calabasas, CA 91302