Advice about pet ashes – questions to ask and things to consider.
Advice about pet ashes is something that your vet or your pet crematorium doesn’t always talk about. Your pet is part of your family and when you have to say goodbye it can be difficult to know what to do or who to turn t0. There is no funeral so you can be left just holding an urn.
I’ve had to say goodbye to Tommy, Siouxsie and April and it was tough, every time. Since 2010 I’ve been helping people to cope with pet grief and giving them the right information so that they can choose what is right for them, their pet and their families.
Here are the links to what you need to know to make the right decisions for you and your family. Read them to find out what you need to ask your vet and/or the pet crematorium:
Questions to ask your vet or the pet crematoria
Pet Ashes and the law
What are the legal requirements for scattering and burying pet ashes. Read our handy guide to find out what you can and can’t do with with your pet’s ashes here.
Burying ashes in the garden
Burying Pets Ashes or scattering them in your garden is totally legal as long as you own the property, the issue of whether it is environmentally hazardous won’t arise as your pet has been cremated.
There are few issues to consider:
- Whereabouts in the garden?
- Do I need an urn or casket?
- Burial urns
- Burying pet ashes
- Marking the spot
You can read the full advice here.
Almost two thirds of us will have our pet cremated. It’s a subject that not many people like to talk about. But we think it’s really important to know what happens and to be able to make an informed choice about your pet. You can read our frequently asked questions about pet cremation here.
What size urn or scatter tube should I choose?
It’s important to make sure that you are buying the right size urn for your pet’s ashes but how do you know? Red our handy guide to make sure that you get the right one.
When a valued member of your family dies, your dog, your cat, your rabbit, or any loved pet, it can have a deep effect on you and the rest of your family. The feelings of grief and sadness during a pet bereavement can sometimes feel overwhelming. We have put together a guide which we hope will be helpful during this sad time. You can read it here.
I hope you find these helpful and if you need more information you can email us at email@example.com or call +44 1626 798198