Individual cremation provides you with the opportunity to keep your pet’s cremated remains as a permanent and personal keepsake. When you choose an individual cremation, your treasured pet is placed into their own tray separated from other pets. This will ensure that when the cremation process is complete, you receive only the cremated remains of your pet. Your pet’s cremated remains will be returned to you or your veterinary hospital, based on your wishes.
Keeping the memory of your pet close to your heart, a communal cremation offers both peace of mind and solace. With communal cremation, your pet is gently placed into the crematory together with other pets. The cremated remains are not returned to the family. When the cremation process is complete, the communal remains are collected and will be scattered in a private, natural setting.
Our facility provides other services outside of cremation.
In some cases, families would prefer not to use their home for their Pets final moments. We also understand it may be stressful for your pet to have their last moments in a busy veterinary office.
Often, the hardest part of a euthanasia is at the end, after your pet has passed away. Their suffering is over, but yours, as the surviving family, is still the beginning of your grieving process.
We will coordinate with your family veterinarian or one of All Pets Crematory and Remembrance licensed referrals to offer euthanasia at our facility in a private room, where you can spend as much time as needed to say your final goodbyes.