As a pet owner, you have the special responsibility of making aftercare choices on your pet’s behalf. Working together with local pet memorial ervices, we will gently guide you through the process of making cremation arrangements that are fitting for you and your pet.
Private cremation provides you with the opportunity to keep your pet’s cremated remains as a permanent and personal keepsake. When you choose private cremation, your treasured pet is placed into the crematory and separated from the other pets with partitions. When the cremation process is complete, we ensure that you receive only your pet's cremated remains in one of our complimentary urns, a clay paw print keepsake, and a vial of fur.
With communal cremation, your pet is gently placed into the crematory together with other pets. Because no cremated remains are returned to you when you choose a communal cremation, you may wish to consider one of our personalized memorial paw prints as a timeless remembrance.
Losing a pet is one of the most difficult things a person can experience. Whether the loss of a pet is sudden, or something you’ve anticipated for weeks or months, it is a highly emotional time. Each person experiences grief differently – understanding what to expect during this time may be helpful for you.
We’ve talked to pet parents about their experience with pet aftercare and the loss of a pet, and have developed the following guides to address some common questions and feelings.
In observance of labor day we will be closed on Monday, September 6th, 2021