Archive for Pet Cremation

Big Changes In Pet Funeral Industry

| April 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

This isn’t your fathers pet funeral As pets play bigger roles in people’s lives, it makes sense that they will be treated more like family when they die, and that includes holding funeral services that at one time were held only for people. “Telling stories, playing music and reading poetry are all things that allow […]

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Pet Crematorium

| December 13, 2010 | 1 Comments

When your dog pet dies the family is overwhelmed with grief, since they are part of the connection and family activities. This can be very difficult for children since this maybe the only pet they ever owned. The family that is struggling to cope with the death of the pet has to make the necessary […]

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Grieving and Purchasing Pet Urns

| December 6, 2010 | 2 Comments

Grieving over the loss of a pet Pet loss may be an even more difficult process than grieving for a human loved one. This is true when you purchased your pet when it was born. Having friends and family as a support group during this period is important! My fathers dog was hit by a […]

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Dog Cremation

| November 26, 2010 | 0 Comments

A dog’s cremation …how much do the ashes weigh after? This depends on how large your dog is my dog was a 100 pounds, it was a large German shepherd. The the box they gave me weighed probably a pound or so. Clearly, they are only giving you a portion of his ashes. Typically the […]

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Pet Cremation Urns

| November 17, 2010 | 3 Comments

Purchasing a pet cremation Urn is a great way to start moving on with your life from the moment that you lost your pet dog. It is hard. I know the feeling. I, myself, went through the same situation. When I lost my dog, it seemed like my world was slowly falling apart. The morning […]

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Pet Cremation Options

| November 10, 2010 | 0 Comments

Pet cremation services are available through virtually every veterinary clinic. You can look for local searches with Google or look for listings in a city directory. Sometimes pets pass away at home, pet owners can opt to bring the remains to the crematorium facility on their own or they can opt to bring their pet’s […]

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