Yes. The pet owner has the option of being present during the cremation process at no additional cost.
If I have my pet put to sleep at a veterinary clinic, how do I get it to the cemetery?
Regardless of where your pet is at the time of passing, we will pick it up for an additional fee. All you have to do is call the cemetery and make the arrangements.
How long does the cremation process take?
Cremation typically takes one full day, though it ultimately depends on the weight of the animal. We will try to have the remains of any animal available to the owner within a 2-3 day period, excluding weekends or holidays. This will depend on the workload.
Can I purchase a lot (or lots) in advance of my animal passing?
We encourage purchasing a lot in advance. It is easier for you to purchase a lot now, as compared to dealing with it during the stressful time after the passing of your animal.
Can I have a funeral or gravesite viewing for my pet?
Yes. Neither is required. However, most people have a more complete grief recovery with some degree of closure. It is ultimately up to you.
Can I bury my pet at my home?
We would advise you to contact your local authority for clarification of this question, as laws vary from one municipality to the other. However, cremated pets (stored in urns), can be kept in the home. Also, if your local authorities give you clearance to bury your pet at home, we have caskets and markers you can purchase for this purpose.
How do I get started?
You can contact us by phone, email, fax, or a personal visit. Complete prices and procedures will be explained to you.