It can be hard to imagine a life without your best friend by your side. However, it’s a sad fact of life that we pet owners often outlive our furry friends. For many of us, there comes a time where we can see the final farewell in the not-so-distant future as our pets become sick or simply too old to continue.

Putting time and thought into your pet’s memorial is a great way to honour your pet’s life. Carefully consider each part of your pet’s passing with your family and close friends. This will let you start getting used to the idea of life without your loyal companion and will also offer great relief when the time comes.

Planning Ahead

Make preparations now so when the time comes, you can rest easy in the knowledge that the hardest decisions are behind you.

Pet Cremation Checklist

Pre-planning your pet’s final days is a positive way to celebrate your pet’s life. You can organise any or all parts of your pet’s cremation ahead of time, so you don't have to worry in the future.

Pet Euthanasia

For many pet owners, there comes a time where they have to decide when it’s time to say goodbye to their senior or sick pet. Only your vet can help you make the difficult choice of euthanasia.

Caring for a Sick or Senior Pet

As you spend every day alongside your beloved pet, you may begin to notice their decline months or weeks ahead of time. There is an abundance of ways to care for your sick or senior pet.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve got any questions about pet cremation, choosing an urn or vet support, take a look at our FAQs to find the answer.