Losing a pet is never easy. Whether it’s a feline friend or a loyal dog, it often feels like they will always be by our side. Even smaller pets become part of the family in no time. Rabbits, birds, rodents and reptiles are just as special as those larger furry friends. When our pets die, regardless of their size, it leaves a hole in our lives that simply cannot be filled.
Pet cremation is not only a means to honour your pet after they pass, but it’s always a great way for you and your family to deal with the grief of losing a loved one.
*The Guide Dog registration number must be provided.
At Patch & Purr, your pet will be cremated alone. Thanks to our unique Pet Tracker 360 technology, you will receive the ashes of your pet, and only your pet.
From the initial conversation with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff members to the day of cremation, you will be a part of every stage of the pet cremation process.
Our South Coast location in Kanahooka and Morisset location offer a comfortable and quiet space to say a final farewell to your pet. We even have a viewing window into the cremation room, so you can be by your pet’s side until the end.
Pet cremation is an increasingly popular choice for bereaved pet owners. Scatter your loyal friend’s ashes in their favourite spot or buy an urn to keep your pet in your home long after they have passed.
Before pet cremation, pet burial was a very popular option for families wanting to keep their loved one at home. However, pet burial can become a problem when you move house or choose to carry out a spot of gardening.
At Patch & Purr, we always treat your beloved pet with the care and respect they deserve even after they're gone. Thanks to state-of-the-art technology, we can guarantee the ashes you receive are your pet’s and only your pet’s.
Losing a pet is hard. Take a look at some of our help & advice below to help you through this difficult time. Experts will guide you through a variety of topics including dealing with grief, supporting children through the loss of a pet and even how other pets grieve.
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.