Services

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Chapel Services

Our Chapel is available by appoinment for no extra charge. We do ask that you limit your time in the Chapel to 45 minutes. Services can be provided and additional charges may apply. Please check with our office.

Private Cremation

Your animal is placed in the crematory alone. All of and only your pets cremated remains are returned to you. The cremains can be placed in an urn, buried, or scattered. If you wish to attend your pets cremation, appointment times are available. Additional fees do apply. Please contact us for arrangements.

Private Cremation Viewing

Private Burial

We offer burial in our cemetery with a variety of options. Your pet can be placed into a cement vault or a variety of pet caskets. Prices depend on the size of your pet and the type of casket you choose. There are no annual fees to use our cemetery just a one time endowment care payment.

Double Depth Burial

Mausoleum and Niches

Memorial Cremation

With this type of cremation, several pets are cremated together. The resulting cremated remains are then scattered on the cemetery grounds. Although we would not be able to point out your pets exact scattering area, pet owners choosing Memorial Cremation are welcome to come and visit the cemetery if they wish. A memorial plaque may be purchased for placement in the cemetery or to take home.

American Flag Disposal Service

As a free public service, we will dispose of American flags in accordance with Public Law 94-344, also known as the Federal Flag Code.


What Our Customers Say:

This thank you is to all who took care of our family member “Chloe Blue”.

She was sent over by Northwest Veterinary on 1/29/10. We were not sure what to expect and we were very pleased when we received her remains. This was an extremely difficult time for our family and when we received our Chloe back it was more than we could have ever hoped for. The matting with her paw print and hair is ever so special. We have some “extra” things to remind us of her.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

Sincerely

Diane and Ron