I know that it can be hard to choose the right way to celebrate the life of your pet. It takes time and then suddenly you spot the perfect thing for them and you.
Our brochure has advice for deciding what to do with your pet’s ashes. From a simple Rainbow Bridge Ceremony Set to handmade silver and gold memorial jewellery, to garden sculptures and glass ornaments as well as scatter tubes and urns. We work with some of the countries finest makers to create unique keepsakes for you to treasure forever.
We’ve been helping people like you for more than 10 years. It is an honour to walk with every single customer whilst they choose the most fitting tribute for that most beloved member of the family.
So simply fill in the form below and we’ll send you a brochure in the post today.
Pet Bereavement Advice
When I lost my April I struggled to find practical advice about what to do. I read all the research and spoke to so many experts and lots of the advice was great but some of it wasn’t so good.
So I created My Pet’s Ashes and started writing about all the useful things that I had learnt along the way. I don’t want anyone to have to go through the same bereavement journey that I did. I used all my experience of personal pet loss as well as all the amazing customers that I have spoken to over the years and have created simple, sensible advice and guides for you to read and pass on to friends and family.
The 12 Step Pet Bereavement Guide
This guide will take you step by step through your pet loss experience. From questions to ask your vet to choosing what type of cremation to coping with family and friends. Straightforward and easy to read and share. You can sign up here.
5 things you can do today to help with pet loss
Pet loss impacts your heart, your mind and your body. There are days when you’re okay and days when you’re not so good. This simple guide will give you 5 things that you can do today to help cope with losing your pet. You can download it here.
Pet loss guide for children
I found it very difficult to talk to my children about April. And I’ve been working with bereaved people for a long time. It was the first time my kids had really experienced a death. This guide will help you to speak to your children about the loss of a family pet in a way that will make sense to them. You can download it here.