Pet Memorial Stones Saying with Love, Forever, Hello, Paw Prints and Custom Engraved These Stone are Engraved already, Just Add The Pet Name, Birth and Death dates
Custom Engraving On Granite Stone is $35 extra per Your Instructions Make Your Instructions in the Fields Provided
Custom Engraving is $45 extra Make Your Instructions and Wishes in the Engraving Fields Below
Often when our pets pass, we think about burying them in our own yard, or at a local pet cemetery (if one exists in your area). However, these options are not always practical. If you’re in a climate with cold winters, the ground may be frozen and you may have to wait weeks or even months for the ground to thaw out enough to dig a gravesite.
Also, if you choose burial and don’t bury a pet far enough down into the ground, there’s a risk of having other animals attempt to dig up the remains, which can be traumatizing for you and your family.
If there’s a nearby pet cemetery to where you live, you can certainly go that route. However, if you prefer to have a memorial that is unique and special for your pet, cremation may be a good choice for you. And you wouldn’t be alone – over 90% of pets are cremated.
There are virtually endless pet urns and memorial options available to you. What you decide to do with your pet’s ashes and their memorial is up to you and there is no right or wrong answer. You may want to keep them in an urn at home, have a portion or all of their ashes made into jewelry, or scatter the ashes outside at one or more special places to your or your pet.