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11/05/2014
By: Dc31979 ..
Pets Everafter
I have to say my experience with P.E.A. was great considering the passing of my best friend smokey a 100lb lab mix. The staff were comforting very imformative and compasionate to all the steps with creamation of my favorite pet. Hopefully they are still around when it comes time again. I will tell everyone about P.E.A. When i picked up my urn i walked away feeling good about my decision of creamation because i get to see it and think of all the great memories i had with smokey. Thank You Pets Ever After
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05/14/2015
By: Darrell C.
Pets Everafter
Couldn't be more pleasedVery nice and respectful people, extremely clean facility. You know that you are getting your pets ashes because they only cremate one animal at a time, so there is no chance that ashes are being mixed in with others. They made a difficult time easier.
04/27/2014
By: xsibel.ch
Pets Everafter
our first family puppy died I didn't know what to do i choose Pets Everafter and i can honestly say that I was very satisfied with their customer service they were very friendly, caring and also affordable they deliver my pets remains in a timely matter I strongly recommend
Tips & Advices
A scatter garden is a dedicated plot of land that is used for scattering remains after cremation has taken place. Many pet scatter gardens allow you to memorialize your pet by adding your pet's name to a marker.
Many pet cemeteries offer memorial services, and some offer in-house chapels that can be used as a venue for these events. Pet cemeteries sometimes offer pet funeral directors on staff to help you coordinate memorial services. You many also plan memorial services for your pet by working with a pet funeral home.
Most pet cemeteries require that pets be buried in a casket, and these facilities often offer a wide variety of caskets for sale. A pet casket  can cost anywhere from $50 for a basic model to more than $3,000 for one that is top of the line.
If a pet dies while at the veterinarian, you have the option of letting your vet handle the disposition of your pet's remains. If you'd prefer to have your pet buried or cremated at the facility of your choice, let your veterinarian know.. You can then contact the facility to have them pick up your pet's body. Your vet may be able to suggest a pet cemetery or crematory if you need a recommendation.
If a pet dies at home, it's important to make swift arrangements to handle the remains, since your pet's body will immediately begin to decompose. You don't have to handle the body yourself. Many pet cemeteries and crematories offer 24/7 removal services for tackling this task.

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