Performing our first individual cremation in 1981, we understand the special bond between pets and owners.
The most popular service that we offer is individual pet cremation, where your pet is cremated with dignity and respect – you are then presented with the ashes in a casket or urn of your choice, for keepsake, scattering or interment.
You can either collect these from us, or we will return them to your home or veterinary practice. All individual pet cremations are accompanied by a cremation certificate confirming the details.
Communal cremation services are also available, where equal respect is given to all companion animals. We are of the UK’s oldest pet crematoria offering this service.
Ashes from communal animal cremations are placed in our Garden of Remembrance, where you can place a memorial tribute if you wish.
As a part of our Communal Plus service, we can provide certification of communal pet cremation if required.
You can attend your pet’s cremation in the comfort of our farewell suite, where you will be supported by our Bereavement Advisors.
We offer you the opportunity to visit our Garden of Remembrance, in which ashes can be interred, memorials can be displayed or you can simply pay your respects. We also offer you access to our Farewell Suites where you can hold personal ceremonies for your pet, which can include tributes and readings, as well as sharing your memories, before your companion is cremated.
If you choose to attend the cremation, you can take your pet’s ashes away the same day.
A memorial is a common way of remembering a treasured companion. We offer a wide range of products, such as urns which are suitable for the ashes of your cat, dog or horse, plaques for the garden, or special picture frames which discreetly hold the ashes of your pet.
Pet memorials for the garden are a common method of marking a resting place or favourite spot. Garden memorials in the UK often take the form of plaques in metal, granite or slate, engraved cobbles or headstones which are all suitable for your home.
Indoor memorials are often an alternative for storing ashes in a modern and subtle way – a photograph frame or pet-shaped urn provides an alternative to traditional pet urns and caskets.