Showing all posts in category: Pet Cremation

  • My pet is getting older and I dread the day I will have to say goodbye!

    Posted on January 29th, 2020

    Unfortunately, virtually every pet owner will experience the death of a beloved pet. Whether this is from accident, illness or old age. As our pets age, it is common to worry about the dreadful day of when he / she is passes away. This feeling of dread can grow, causing anxiety and stress that can… Read More

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  • How much does it cost to cremate a rabbit?

    Posted on December 30th, 2019

    Nobody wants to think about a pet dying. Consequently, when the time comes many pet owners find themselves having to research their options. It can be daunting; especially when you are bereaved and experiencing the emotions of pet loss. Costs for cremating a rabbit or other small pet The cremation costs below are for rabbits… Read More

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  • How much does a pet cremation cost?

    Posted on December 30th, 2019

    What does a pet cremation cost? When considering what to do when a pet passes away, the costs for a pet cremation service is unfortunately a determining factor for some people. In this article, I will outline the basic options and costs for a pet cremation at one of our crematoria located in the UK…. Read More

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  • How much does a dog cremation cost?

    Posted on December 30th, 2019

    We don’t want to think about it! Your dog not being around anymore but the reality is; they can’t be with us forever. The loss of your pet is the hardest thing you’ll ever have to deal with as an owner. For most of us at CPC we have all experienced the highs of sharing… Read More

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  • How much does a cat cremation cost?

    Posted on December 30th, 2019

    One of the hardest things a cat owner knows is that after having the company of such a wonderful pet friend for up to 20 years or so you’re going to say good bye. It can be difficult to cope with the feelings of pet loss. You may have caught our previous blog on the… Read More

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  • I have a paralysing fear that I am going to lose my dog

    Posted on November 19th, 2019

    It will come as no surprise that petloss is a common cause of concern for pet owners. These feelings increase as our pets age or become ill. As we let our imagination take over we can begin to experience real feelings of loss and pain. These are the signs of anticipatory grief. What is happening… Read More

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  • CPC – Pet Cremation Services Provider of the Year 2019 – Cambridgeshire

    Posted on August 27th, 2019

    UX Magazine Announces The Winners of the Pet Product & Services Awards 2019 United Kingdom, 2019- LUXlife magazine announces the winners of the Pet Product & Services Awards 2019 With the Pet Product & Services Awards 2019, LUXlife Magazine looks to recognise those who have helped the industry see exponential growth in recent years. How… Read More

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  • Top tips on coping with pet loss

    Posted on May 21st, 2019

    Anyone that has shared his or her home, emotional highs and lows and life’s milestones with a pet knows that the bond you develop is something special.  So special that nobody should be surprised when you describe your pet as a member of the family. The following tips may help in some small way to… Read More

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  • 5 common myths about pet cremation

    Posted on April 9th, 2019

    Pet cremation continues to grow in popularity. The rise continues as more pet owners learn of pet cremation as an option for their departed pet. However, there are a number of myths surrounding the cremation of a loved pet whether it be a cat, dog, rabbit or other pet that is cremated. Pet cremation myths,… Read More

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  • Love Your Pet Day

    Posted on February 19th, 2019

    We are a nation of animal lovers, whether you have cats, dogs, rabbits or reptiles, we love our pets. February 20th is Love Your Pet Day. So how can you celebrate love your pet day with you furry or feathered friend? Take a trip to somewhere new Are you a dog owner? Or do you… Read More

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  • You have had your pet cremated – what should you do with the ashes?

    Posted on December 20th, 2018

    As pet cremation has become more popular with pet owners in the UK, more pet owners need to decide what to do with their pet’s ashes. In fact, choosing the final resting place for your pet’s ashes can help you and your family members with the grieving process. Many choose to keep the ashes at… Read More

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  • Why are the feelings of pet loss so strong?

    Posted on July 31st, 2018

    We see it everyday – pet owners being surprised at the strength of emotion that they are experiencing because they have suffered pet loss. We can’t tell who is going to be affected most – it can as easily be a big no-nonsense man as it can be anyone else. So what is driving this… Read More

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  • LoveUrns now available from CPC

    Posted on May 8th, 2018

    Our aim is to provide choice when it comes to your pet’s final resting place. With this aim in mind we are expanding our pet urn range to include a selection of LoveUrns products. Below is a sample of the Heart Pet Urns. They are available in a range of colours and sizes. Each Heart… Read More

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  • What to expect when having your pet put to sleep

    Posted on January 23rd, 2018

    Deciding to euthanase your pet is a decision no pet owner will ever make lightly. Whether you’re making the decision to put your pet down because of injury or health reasons, your emotions are bound to take over. We believe that understanding the euthanasia process can help owners come to terms with this incredibly difficult… Read More

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  • How Much Does A Pet Urn Cost?

    Posted on January 18th, 2018

    We understand that at such a difficult time it’s hard to think of anything other than your current grief. After losing a beloved pet choosing an urn is a symbolic way of creating a lasting tribute. Your pet held a special place in your life, so why shouldn’t their final resting place reflect that significance?… Read More

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  • We’re back from the London Vet Show!

    Posted on November 21st, 2017

    Last week we attended the London Vet Show and what another great year! It was great to see and speak with clients old and new. This year we brought back the pick and mix stand and it certainly went down a treat, with both exhibitors and attendees. Strange how so many claimed they were taking a… Read More

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  • How Do You Know When It’s Time To Say Goodbye?

    Posted on September 12th, 2017

    As you can imagine our bereavement advisers deal with customers who have experienced pet loss in many ways. Some stories are of unexpected pet loss with short quick illnesses and some where both the owner and pet have been through a roller coaster of good news and bad news. Euthanasia is a term that’s often… Read More

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  • Why I love my dad’s pet crematorium

    Posted on August 15th, 2017

    A personal account from Jon Hale, son of the founder and owner of the Cambridge Pet Crematorium. My name is Jon Hale, I’ve spent my life answering the childhood question of “what does your dad do?” with hesitation. My father owns a crematorium for pets. Which, may I say, I love; this is why. Like… Read More

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  • Guide To The Petrest Cremation Process

    Posted on August 23rd, 2016

    Talking about cremation process is hard. It’s hard because no-one wants to think about it, and quite rightly so. Facing up to the idea of losing your beloved friend is, sadly, one of the most awful parts of pet ownership. It must be done though. We’d love to say it will be much easier to… Read More

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  • Stand Wasn’t Just about Individual Pet Cremation

    Posted on May 12th, 2016

    Last weekend I was lucky enough to visit the National Pet Show at the ExCel Centre in London to raise awareness of individual pet cremation as a service. It was a great success with just under 25,000 visitors across the two days.   Not only did this provide me with an opportunity to share with… Read More

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