Pet Cremation - what happens to their body once they're gone?

Once the very difficult decision has been made to euthanise a pet, or once a pet has died, what then – what happens to their remains?

Where does their body go? What if you want their ashes returned? How would you know that it’s your pet’s ashes that are being returned to you? What types of memorabilia are available for pet parents? What are some of the costs involved in cremation?

Knowing what happens to your beloved companion once they are no longer with you can help alleviate some of the emotional distress during an already trying time.

Ana Kingi joins Brett the Vet as a special guest on the Pet Purpose podcast to discuss answers to these questions and more.

This episode is the second in a 3-part mini-series on dealing with the last chapter in a pet’s life. It can be an uncomfortable subject to talk about, but the more informed we are, the better we are able to deal with these trying times. Enjoy the conversation!

The information contained in this article is general in nature and does not take into account your personal situation. You should consider whether the information is appropriate to your needs, and where appropriate, seek professional advice.

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