What options do you have to care for your pet’s remains after euthanasia?
Careful thought and preparation regarding handling your pet’s remains after a loss helps to alleviate some of the stress that occurs during this time. Here is a discussion of your options. It will help you make the best decision for your family and your pet.
Do you want your deceased pet to be laid to rest in the earth and to be unaltered? Here are some thoughts and considerations on burying your pet.
5 things to consider when thinking about burying your pet on your property:
Before you do this here are some things to consider:
Pet owners can purchase individual burial plots at a local pet cemetery. There are several locations available in Southern California.
Traditional cremation is a flame-based cremation. The pet’s ash remains are then returned in a decorative case made of wood or fabric, or in an urn.
Aquamation is another option for individual care of your pet’s remains. It is cremation by water in a process using a highly alkaline solution. The process does not produce harmful greenhouse gases. As with traditional cremation, the pet’s ashes (from skeletal remains) are returned in a decorative container or urn.
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This is a group care of pet remains in the event that a pet owner does not desire to have back their pet’s individual ashes.
These options for aftercare vary in cost depending on the procedure and size of pet. Give yourself peace of mind by planning ahead of time and calling for quotes.