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Making decisions about the care of your pet after euthanasia can be difficult and emotional.

We are here to make this process as effortless as possible.


We partner with Deceased Pet Care and Paws Whiskers & Wags crematories. Both crematories are respected, licensed, fire-based crematories who will treat families and their deceased loved ones with the utmost respect.

If you choose this option, we will organize all arrangements prior to your visit and transport your pet directly to the crematory so that you can focus on your peaceful last moments.

If you’d like to work with a different crematorium, you will be responsible for organizing all arrangements with the crematory. We can, however, transport your pet to the requested crematorium.

Cremation services with our partners include Private and Communal Services.

private cremation

With this service, your pet will be cremated individually. A unique tracking system is used to ensure that you receive only your pet’s remains after cremation. You will receive a memorial package from the crematory which will include the following:

  • A beautiful rosewood urn box engraved with the Tree of Life* containing your pet’s ashes

  • Certificate of cremation

  • Grief brochure


Private cremation viewing at the crematory is available, if desired.


*Other urn options are available by request

Communal Cremation

With communal cremation, your pet will be cremated with other beloved pets, and the collective ashes are scattered in nature or in a memorial area designed for collective ashes by the crematory.


This is an option often chosen by families who do not want to receive their pet’s ashes.

Additional Options

Home burial

Some pet owners prefer an at-home burial. If you elect to bury your loved one at home, please check local regulations in your area.

We do not assist in home burials.

Pet cemetery

If you choose to have your pet buried in a traditional cemetery, this option is available to you. You can research providers in your area. We do not assist in traditional pet cemetery burials.

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