Just as losing a loved one, losing your dog could be a crushing experience. In such difficult time, allow us to help you to take care of the precious remains so that you can grieve as needed. You do not have to go through this trying period on your own. We are here to guide you through your loss with little confusion and time.
You may not be sure if cremation is what you want for your dog and you might be unsure of the process. More pet owners are choosing cremation for its affordability and easier processing. The ceremony is also clean and simple. Not unlike human cremation, the remains will be handled quite similarly and respectfully.
If you choose to cremate your dog, you can personally bring your pet in or we can arrange to collect your pet from your home or from the veterinary practice . Your cherished pet will then be placed in a chamber unit in where the temperature can go from 1400 to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit. The heat helps to vaporize the body and leave behind organic ( ashes ) and non-organic matter, depending on what you choose to cremate together with the remains. Our machines are of medical grade with ISO certifications so you can be assured that your pet will be cremated most dignifiedly.
Any non-organic matter will be removed from the ashes ( this could include microchips, surgical pins, collars ) and the remains will be further processed to produce uniformly sized particles that bears the texture of fine sand. Usually, cremation will only take a few hours, depending on the schedule available and the size of your dog. You should be able to pick up your pet’s remain the same day it is dropped off.
After your dog is cremated, we can keep the ashes in an urn for you to take it home. All individual cremation comes with a complimentary urn. Otherwise, owners are welcomed to pick from our exclusive designs. If you prefer to scatter the ashes into the sea, that can be arranged as well.
Should you prefer photography and video service for the cremation ceremony, we have professionals who will help capture final moments before your dog be laid in eternal rest. Just let our staff know and we will make it happen for you.
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