Make the right cremation choice for your dog
Your dog has been your best friend, through thick and thin. Loyal, affectionate and filled with unconditional love. The bond that you and your dog have shared is unlike any other because both you and your dog are a unique pairing with a love that’s one of a kind. The simple fact that you found each other is like a match made in heaven.
Unfortunately, a dog’s life span is limited. Your dog’s life can’t last forever, but the love you feel for your dog can. So when the time comes, whether from old age, failing health or an untimely death, you can give your dog a loving farewell with a dignified pet cremation.
Dog Cremation FAQs:
Where can I get my dog cremated?
Cremation is one of the solutions that many people choose when they lose a cherished dog. Following the death of a pet, cremation provides you with the closure you need. It relieves the pressure of having to make other plans. If you’d like to learn more about this now, you can contact a pet cremation service provider like Heartland Pet Cremation.
How to get your dog cremated?
When you’re considering a pet cremation for your dog, you’ll want to explore the different alternatives available to you. Take your money into consideration and determine which option is best for you and your family.
Can you cremate a dog?
Yes, we can. The first thing you should know is that your pet has several cremation alternatives. You can select for a private cremation, which is slightly more expensive than the other options but ensures that you receive the cremated remains, which you can scatter or do anything you want with. A communal cremation is also an option. Because numerous pets can be cremated at the same time, this is the most cost-effective alternative. You will not receive the remains from this type of cremation, but it may be the best option if you are on a tight budget. A partitioned cremation is also an option
Why choose Heartland Pet Cremation?
If you’re seeking services for a dog cremation in St. Louis, know that Heartland Pet Cremation will provide the compassionate care that you want for your dog. Our professional staff will treat your dog with respect, like a beloved family member. We know we can’t take away the sadness you feel, but we can try to relieve the stress of your loss as much as possible.
How to cremate a dog?
At Heartland Pet Cremation, a dog cremation is a private, solemn ceremony, where we cremate only one pet at a time to assure that you receive only your dog’s remains. Typically, a pet cremation requires four to five business days to complete. Then, we will deliver your dog’s remains in a basic, durable urn to one of our 4 area locations to be picked up. Or, if you choose, you can select a custom-order urn, wooden box or burial marker to commemorate your dog.
You choose how you remember your faithful companion
Dog cremation is an appropriate option for dogs of all sizes, breeds and ages. With cremation, you can choose to bury your dog’s ashes at a local burial site, scatter the ashes in a familiar location that was meaningful to both you and your dog or keep the ashes in your possession for all time. As the population becomes increasingly mobile, pet owners are choosing pet cremation more and more often so they never have to leave their loving companions behind. With cremation, you can bring your dog’s remains with you wherever you go, along with your fond memories.
Let us help you say goodbye
Saying goodbye to your best friend is difficult to do, regardless how long you’ve been together or what your parting circumstances. Let us help. Our caring staff of animal lovers at Heartland Pet Cremation can help you make the arrangements for your dog’s after-life care in your time of grief or as a preplan for your pet’s future passing. We would be honored to assist you with such an intimate and important milestone in your life.
Choose Heartland Pet Cremation for dog cremation in St. Louis. You’ll be glad you made the right choice for your dog. Now, and forever.