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Questions for Pet Cemetery Professionals

The bond between man and animal can be very deep. Indeed, many people view their pets as part of their family and the death of this beloved pet can cause real grief. Often people wish to conduct a burial service in a pet cemetery, or use a pet crematory and save their pet's ashes in an urn or scatter them in a place the pet loved. Below are a few questions that can be used as guidelines when dealing with the death of a pet.

  • When should I prepare to bury my pet?
    Commonly, we do not think of death until it happens. When a pet dies the owners and families weighed down by grief so planning a funeral and burial of a pet cat or what to do with a pet dog's ashes far ahead of time. Most pet death resources recommend planning out a pet's funeral in advance, so that when the inevitable happens it will be less stressful.

  • Can I just bury my pet in the backyard?
    Some governments limit the places humans can be buried, but there may be different statutes when dealing with animals. Therefore, if you wish to bury your pet in the backyard you might have permission from local government. The only contact you need from a pet cemetery, therefore, is if you wish to buy a coffin or a headstone. However, one reason people to do choose pet cemeteries is that the areas are constantly maintained and they do not have to worry about the pet's final resting place being disturbed.

  • Is pet burial expensive?
    The cost of burial depends on the place, but burial may be more expensive than cremating. If money is a concern, consider using a pet crematory and placing the ashes in an urn or scattering them.
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    Sacred Paws Pet Crematory Write review for this local business
    1621 Marietta Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
    (470) 241-5537  
    Paws Whiskers & Wags Your Pet Crematory Write review for this local business
    2800 E Ponce De Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030
    (404) 370-6000  
    Atlanta Pet Cremation Write review for this local business
    4986 S Atlanta Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
    (404) 350-8828  
    Deceased Pet Care Inc Write review for this local business
    4991 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30341
    (770) 457-7659  
    Three Counties Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    427 Highway 138 SW, Riverdale, GA 30274
    (770) 471-6046  
    Good Shepherd Pet Services Write review for this local business
    5756 Harrison Ave, Austell, GA 30106
    (770) 944-8094  
    Loyal Companion Pet Crematory LLC Write review for this local business
    8355 Senoia Rd, Fairburn, GA 30213
    (770) 969-0866  
    Deceased Pet Care Funeral Homes and Crematory Write review for this local business
    2126 Fairburn Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
    (678) 838-4640  
    Dream Land Pet Memorial Center Write review for this local business
    4671 S Main St , Acworth, GA 30101
    (678) 594-0041  
    All Creatures Pet Crematory Write review for this local business
    4838 Atlanta Hwy, Loganville, GA 30052
    (678) 639-1101  
    Wheeler Funeral Home and Crematory Write review for this local business
    11405 Brown Bridge Rd, Covington, GA 30016
    (770) 786-7111  
    Guardian Pet Caskets Inc The Write review for this local business
    5044 B U Bowman Dr, Buford, GA 30518
    (678) 546-1900  
    Memory Gardens For Pets Write review for this local business
    2753 Macon HIghway, Watkinsville, GA 30677
    (706) 769-7386  
    Mountain View Pet Crematory Write review for this local business
    222 S 2nd Ave, Chatsworth, GA 30705
    (706) 260-0810  
    Hart's Petuary Write review for this local business
    765 Cherry St, Macon, GA 31201
    (478) 741-0409  
    Bi City Pet Cemetery and Crematory Write review for this local business
    Columbus, GA 31829
    (706) 569-6644  
    Columbus Monument Co Write review for this local business
    530 Andrews Rd, Columbus, GA 31906
    (706) 687-1052  
    Pet Cremation Services of Columbus Write review for this local business
    1337 Webster Ave, Columbus, GA 31901
    (706) 596-1200  

    There are some specialists that work at pet cemetery and crematory locations. As you may know, when dogs and cats are cremated, they are essentially heated to a certain degree, and all that remains are ashes, which can be stored in an urn. Working at a crematory can certainly be an interesting field to get involved with. However, you must be okay dealing with the deaths of many cats, dogs and other pets. Working at a pet cemetery can also be a great job for the right individuals. Just be aware that you may have to dig graves, bury animals, place headstones and conduct memorial services for pets.

    You will likely need some on site training when you work for a pet cemetery or crematory facility. After all, in this field, you will likely have to handle coffins, urns, small caskets and machines that cremate deceased animals. As you may know, many pet owners want a nice final resting place for their cat or dog. Often the family member or parent will need to say a few words about the pet before it is placed in the ground. Therefore, you may need to assist with the funeral service and the urn that the ashes go into, if the owner has the pet cremated.

    In this line of work, you will be dealing with the loss or death of pets. Therefore, there may be a lot of grief from pet owners at times. It is important to console them the best you can at these funerals.