We can also assist you in a traditional in-ground burial of your pet, in the location of your choice. Be sure to consult local authorities before selecting the location, to make sure your pet’s remains are not disturbed in the future. You may choose from our selection of beautiful pet caskets, or you may provide us with an appropriate alternative burial container.
Remember, your pet’s burial is the perfect time to hold a pet funeral, memorial service, or committal ceremony. We’ve written a complimentary guide, Celebrating the Life of Your Pet through Ceremony, to assist you in planning a meaningful ceremony in remembrance of your pet. Download it now by clicking the link above.
If you’re anything like us, you don’t consider yourself an “owner” of your pet, any more than you think you own the people in your life. You are so much more to your pet; an important member of their life. And they trust you to make the big, hard decisions which need to be made on their behalf.
One of those decisions involves choosing the way you will care for their physical remains upon their passing. While it may feel natural to bury a pet in your backyard or other private property, there are often local regulations which restrict this option.
For many families, there is only one choice open to them: pet cremation. Whether because of county or city ordinances, or personal preference; cremation meets a growing community need for appropriate final care for their pets.
Understanding the Process
The process of pet cremation uses heat to transform your pet’s physical remains to its basic elements. Sometimes these are referred to as “ashes”, or “cremains” –a word blended from “cremated remains”.
Basically, we offer two types of pet cremation services. Communal cremation, where your pet is cremated along with a number of other animals/pets, and Individual cremation, where your beloved pet ashes Are return to you.
Communal cremation is a dignified way to care for your pet, especially appropriate if your family prefers not to receive your pet’s cremated remains back. In this process, several pets are cremated together and the resulting cremated remains are scattered, or buried by staff members. Please Contact us for pricing.
Individual cremation is the right option if you wish to have your pet’s cremated remains returned to you. This allows you to take some time to consider how you would like to memorialize your pet. Perhaps you’d like to keep your pet's ashes close to you, in a decorative or personalized urn. Or you may choose to scatter them somewhere of importance to you and your pet. You may also choose to let our staff scatter their ashes in a dedicated memorial area. for further details.Contact Us
When faced with the loss of a pet, we at All City Pet Cremation are here to provide the same assistance you would expect when faced with the loss of any other loved one. Pets are, after all, part of the family and for some, the only family members.
We strive to offer a selection of products, choices and advice to memorialize your pet in a dignified and safe manner in full compliance with local regulations.
Our services, all of which are optional, include the following: