There are several options for pet owners to arrange for their pet's body after either natural death or euthanasia, including
burial at a pet's cemetery, keeping pet's ashes from individual cremation, or letting the hospital make appropriate
arrangements. The following is a list of companies that provide memorial products. We do not endorse any of these
products and are included for informational purposes only.

Pet caskets, urns and headstones
If you choose to bury your pet, or save the ashes of your pet from an individual cremation, it may be a good idea to obtain
a casket or an urn prior to your pet's death to avoid having to make a decision on which type you would like during the
time of most intense grief. Below is a list of companies that specialize in pet caskets and urns:

Perfect Memorials (
New Traditions Pet Memorials (
Family Pet Urns and Caskets (
The Pet Casket Shop (
All About Pet Urns (
T&S Pet Memorials (
Pet Memories (
Faithful Friend Pet Caskets and Urns (
Eternal Paw Prints (
Pets We  Loved (
My Cherished Pet (
Perfect Memorials (
Memorial Urns and Tributes (
A Team Master's Casket Store (
Matthews Cremation (
Forever Pets (
Adirondack Stone Works (
Precision Engravings (
Pet Memorials Direct (
Pets In Stone (

Pet funerals and Cremations
Instead of keeping your pet's ashes at home in an urn, you may choose to bury your pet at a cemetery. Click here to see
a list of pet cemeteries and crematories across the United States.
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