From the moment your loyal friend is taken into our care to the return of their ashes to you and your family, we promise to treat your pet with the respect their deserve.
Say goodbye to your furry friend at one of our New South Wales locations. Take the time to honour your pet with a memorial or poem, and say a final farewell from our comfortable viewing room.
It's completely understandable that you may feel nerves or worry ahead of your precious pet's cremation. To avoid any unnecessary distress, we're here to let you know what to expect on the day and what decisions you may need to make ahead of time.
If you’re in need of some extra support in the days and weeks following your pet’s death, take a look at these handy guides written by leading figure in grief and empathy education and author of When Pets Die: It's Alright to Grieve, Doris Zagdanski.
Get an idea for what to expect on the day of your pet's cremation, the difference between private and community cremation as well as how to write a eulogy for your pet.
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.