Animals are wonderfully agreeable friends and oftentimes become precious members of your family. They ask so little of us, and give so much love in return. When it comes time for you to let go of your animal companion, making the decisions on how to care for their physical remains can be heart-wrenching.
A private cremation means your pet is placed in the cremation chamber alone. Upon completion of the cremation, your pet's cremated remains are removed from the chamber, and returned to you, in an urn of your choice.
Many times family members will want to keep their pet's cremated remains, instead of scattering or burying them on private land. They can choose to keep some or all of the remains in a full-sized or keepsake urn. This also allows time to grieve and heal, before deciding whether to permanently dispose or keep your pet's remains with your family.
Each pet is unique, and so was your relationship with them. A monument or marker is a permanent, visible way to memorialize your love for them. Pet markers, starting at an affordable $99, can be an attractive addition to the garden or backyard your pet enjoyed.