Contact Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory
Saying goodbye to a beloved pet and companion is never easy. For help giving your loyal friend the sendoff he or she deserves, consider employing the services of Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory. We provide respectful pet burial and pet cremation services for clients in Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, and elsewhere in the Metroplex.
Driving to Our Cemetery
If you’re coming from the north, take I-35W S until you get to exit 42 toward Everman Pkwy. Merge onto South Fwy and turn left onto Everman Pkwy. Continue as Everman Pkwy turns into Shelby Rd, and you’ll see our grounds on the right.
If you’re driving from the south, take I-35W N until you get to exit 42 toward Everman Pkwy/Sycamore School Rd. Merge onto South Fwy and turn right onto Everman Pkwy. Continue as Everman Pkwy becomes Shelby Rd, and you’ll see our campus on the right.
Fort Worth was established as a military outpost in 1849, soon after the end of the Mexican-American War. It was named after Major General William Jenkins Worth, second in command during the war. Fort Worth started seeing significant growth once it became a stop along the Chisholm Trail, a renowned cattle path. The town gained a railroad connection in 1876, and continued to be a major force in the cattle industry.
Today, Fort Worth is home to about 800,000 people, and more than 6.8 million people live in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Fort Worth is home to a number of well-known Texan museums, including the Kimbell Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Lockheed Martin, American Airlines, and other major American companies have headquarters in Fort Worth.