When your pet passes away you can choose to have it cremated. Any pet, from the tiniest small furry to the largest horse, can be cremated if you wish. Talk to your vet or your local pet crematorium about the type of service you would like for your pet and the options open to you for what to do with your pet’s ashes after cremation.
Losing a pet
One of the hardest parts of caring for pets is knowing that one day we have to say goodbye to them. It’s a sad fact that our beloved companions do not have lifespans that are similar to our own. Pet bereavement is hard. Losing a pet can be just like losing any member of your family but there are wonderful organisations and counsellors that can help you to deal with your loss.
Keeping your pet’s memory alive
there are many beautiful and personalisable urns and memorials that will help keep alive the memories of the wonderful times you shared with them
Storing or scattering your pet’s ashes
When your pet has been cremated, you will need to consider what you would like to do with the ashes. You may wish to scatter them on a favourite walk, or in your own garden. If you prefer to keep your pet’s ashes there is a huge choice of urns, keepsakes and memorials to choose from.