Here at the funeral home, we are all pet parents, and at some point in our lives, we have all experienced the death of one. As doggy parents of two beagles, Charlie and Henry, we understand how important the bond is between us. They are at the door, tails wagging when we get home from work, and they want nothing more than our love and attention. When a pet dies, we want to make sure your furry family member is treated with the same compassion and respect that we would want for our own. Have you ever noticed how many different pet products are out there for our furry family members? Day spas, beds, clothing, gourmet food, medicine, insurance, and even a hotel at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. Yes, we are still talking about pets, so why should the care provided to them be any different if your beloved pet dies? Whether choosing a burial or cremation, let us help you to say goodbye in a caring and meaningful way. Please call us if you are interested in more information.
Each pet is cremated individually which ensures that the urn you are receiving from us is only that of your pet. Not all pet cremations are done this way, a common method is called communal. This means that your pet will be cremated along with others and will not typically be returned to you. We also offer pet specific items such as urns, jewelry, nose or paw impressions, and locks of fur. Please contact us for more information about our pet cremation services. Our goal is to have the cremation completed and urn ready with 48-72 hours.
Not all of us live on a farm or have acres or property to consider burying a pet, but we are fortunate to have pet cemeteries located in the Pittsburgh area. We offer caskets for the burial and monuments to mark the grave. The monuments can even be personalized with a photo, favorite toy, or any other number of items. Please contact us to see how we can assist you in coordinating a burial or designing a grave marker.
Should you ever need our services, or just have question please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-664-4489.