I have seen people grieve their pets at their funerals. It’s so sad and so brave, but it also makes me sad and afraid. I have yet to do it myself, but I hope these photos help me.
I can say with confidence that pet funerals are more common than they used to be, but I don’t think I’ve ever been in this particular situation. But it is sad and brave to have your pet die.
Well I guess theres nothing scary about it at all. I mean, if theres no pet in your home and you can’t afford to pay for a pet funeral, I guess you have to take the risk. I guess it still makes me sad that I wont be able to get my dog’s ashes cremated.
Sometimes death is a blessing, not just for us, but for the dogs that accompany us to our final resting place. At least that’s what they say.
It’s not that hard to get dogs ashes cremated. You can take them to any crematorium and they will do it. Just make sure that the ashes are cremated on the correct day and that you are not in mourning. Your dog will not be cremated if you are in mourning.
The thing is that cremating your own pet is the only option for most pet owners. In Canada, you can still visit a crematorium, but the only ones that are open for the weekends are the ones in larger cities. We don’t know for sure if that is true anywhere else in the world.
I’m pretty sure that you can take your ashes to any crematorium and they will do it. It’s not difficult to figure out from the sign that says cremation.
We dont know if that is true anywhere else but we do know that in America, most crematoriums accept pets.
If you want to be cremated, you can go to any of the funeral homes in Canada and they will do it for you. They will even ship you a box for your ashes that they will take to the crematorium. Most people prefer to have their ashes sent to a cemetery or a mortuary which is why there are more than 3,000 of them in Canada alone. Of course, most crematories will only do this if you have your ashes at home.
To put it simply, you can get cremated in America in your home, but it is not the same thing as being cremated in Canada. In Canada you can be cremated at a crematorium. The cremation itself is much the same as taking a shower. The only difference is that in America, you must come up with the idea of what to do after you are cremated.