“Aspin Hill Pet Cemetery: 100 Years of Pets, People, and the Stories Behind the Stones,” by Julianne Mangin. The Montgomery County Story, Fall 2020, vol. 63 no. 2. pp. 1-21.
Published by Montgomery History (formerly known as the Montgomery County Historical Society).
This is the most comprehensive history of the Aspin Hill Pet Cemetery to date. Print copies can be obtained from Montgomery History. This issue will be available in PDF once the next issue is published.
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In 1964 we placed our beloved dogs Kris and Peppy in Aspen hill.We now live in Lexington Ky. since 1976.Jack Taylor
Dear Mr. Taylor,
The cemetery is in a very sad state. There does not appear to be any care or maintenance. If you would be interested in seeing current photos of the cemetery, as recently as June 1st, 2021, I would be happy to email them to you. Anyone with a beloved pet or human buried at Aspin Hill, might want to ask the Montgomery County Humane Society why the cemetery is in such a sorry state.