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The Dog Chapel

Dog Mountain, Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819-8907
+1 802-748-2700
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If you're a dog lover, do not miss this. But expect to be overcomeiwth emotion. If you've... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
AJVermont
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Corinth, Vermont
Stephen Huneck’s Dog Chapel—You Will Cry

We followed up our long visit to the Fairbanks Museum in Saint Johnsbury, VT, by visiting Dog... read more

Reviewed 31 July 2017
writearts2
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Burlington, New Jersey
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Built by renowned artist and founder of Dog Mountain, Stephen Huneck, this unique chapel, welcoming both parishioners and their dogs, is styled in the manner of a 19th-century village church in Vermont.
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  • Average5%
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Dog Mountain, Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819-8907
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

If you're a dog lover, do not miss this. But expect to be overcomeiwth emotion. If you've recently lost a beloved dog, you can leave a message, photo, collar, box of ashes, etc. in the chapel.

Thank AJVermont
Reviewed 31 July 2017

We followed up our long visit to the Fairbanks Museum in Saint Johnsbury, VT, by visiting Dog Mountain and the Dog Chapel. The Dog Chapel has an inspirational yet sad history. Stephen Huneck, master woodworker, carpenter, and artist, built the Dog Chapel after realizing his...More

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Reviewed 28 July 2017

Stop by here with my family while exploring Vermont. We were on vacation so we didnt have our dog. There were several dog owners there with there pets. They have gift shop with a few dog centric things and a chapel. The walls of the...More

Thank RogerDSmiley
Reviewed 25 July 2017

What an inspirational spot to remember our dogs that are no longer here with us and have crossed over the rainbow bridge. They bring us such joy and unconditional love, it is nice to know we have a special place to honor them.

Thank Jenny S
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

The dog chapel is a peaceful and inspirational place for all dog lovers to visit. We were there just a few days ago and I have already shared our photos with so many people and everyone has been amazed and ready to make the eight...More

Thank Marty1357
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Well decorated in dog furniture. Thousands of notes remembering dear departed four legged friends. It is a bit sad to read all of them but go there and bring your dog. No leashes required and there is a pond right next to it..

Thank Janice D
Reviewed 12 July 2017

I stumbled upon this 4 years and this year just had to return. Having lost 2 of my dogs this year I felt like what better place to feel a connection. The moment I turned the handle on the chapel the flood of emotions was...More

Thank Lori B
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Been coming here since 2005. Five of our dogs have passed through the doors of this chapel. It's a sacred place, a place to pray, a place to rejoice, a place to mourn. If you consider your dog (s) a member of your family, this...More

Thank madtat
Reviewed 4 July 2017

Dog Chapel was the vision of the late artist Stephen Huneck, who built it on his land in Saint Johnsbury, VT, to celebrate the special bond between people and their best friends. The walls are completely covered in hand-written memorials to pets who have left...More

Thank LRCohen
Reviewed 19 June 2017

No dogma allowed at Dog Mountain. It's a little slice of heaven on earth where dogs run off leash and are free to enter the chapel when ever they want. The chapel was so sweet. I was emotional as I looked at all the handwritten...More

Thank Linda147
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I have no idea about the liquor rules at Dog Mountain. Their website has seemed user friendly so that may be another way to check on their feelings about liquor brought to the park. When I visited in Fall 2015 I know all... More
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