If you’re planning on holding a pet memorial service after your pet’s
burial at a
pet cemetery, you’ll want to plan a service as unique as your pet was. You can
also hold a pet memorial service after a pet cremation. Here is a helpful
guide to planning a unique pet memorial service for your pet.
Create a Living Memorial
A living memorial is a pet memorial that lives and grows after the death
of you pet. This can include plants, flowers, trees, or gardens. If you
want to create a living memorial in honor of your pet, find the perfect
location, and decide what you want to plant. You can plant a tree in honor
of your pet, and memorialize him with a small plaque. You could plant
a flower or vegetable garden in your neighborhood, or in another area
that you and your pet used to spend time.
Choose a Customized Pet Cremation Urn or Pet Casket
pet urn or pet casket is a very unique way to memorialize your pet. If you’ve
chosen pet cremation, you can pick out a cremation urn that features a
photo of your pet, or some other art that represents things that were
special and important to you and your pet. If you have chosen pet burial,
you can have a customized pet casket created.
Commission a Piece of Art
Artwork has been used since the beginning of time to memorialize those
who have passed away. Have a portrait of your pet painted, or a small
sculpture of him created. This will give you a beautiful pet memorial
that you can keep in your home for all time.
If you’ve recently lost a pet, our compassionate staff at Faithful
Friends Pet Cemetery and Crematory can help you every step of the way.
We can also help with your pre-planning needs for a pet funeral, pet cremation,
pet funeral, or
pet memorial in Dallas, Fort Worth, or Arlington. For more information, please visit our website, or call us today at (682) 587-2324.