As with humans, you have the option of burial or cremation.
You can bury your pet in your garden or in a pet cemetery. Home burial is one of the cheapest and most personal ways of saying goodbye. However, it can be distressing for owners to undertake. Private pet cemeteries can also take care of this but it is a much more formal service and can work out to be quite costly.
This is a popular method and a service that most of our clients choose to use. You can opt for routine cremation or private cremation.
With this method, you do not receive your pets ashes back and they are buried, along with other animal’s ashes, at the pet crematorium.
Your pet is cremated on its own and the ashes are returned to you to do as you please. The Pet Crematorium offer many different containers for the ashes to be sent back in but most people opt for a scatter box if they are going to scatter the ashes or a casket if the ashes are to be kept.
We are here to provide you with any support that you need in this time. Feel free to come and chat with us. The ashes generally take 7-10 days to be returned to you.