• Visit These Sites For Helpful Information About Pet Loss


    The loss of a pet is an unfortunate reality of pet ownership. Explore these links to find useful information about how to cope with the loss of your faithful companion. Contact Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery and Crematory in Fort Worth at (817) 478-6696 to learn how we can help you and your friend find peace during this difficult time.

    • It is never easy to deal with the loss of a beloved pet. Read this article from Oprah.com to understand more about the grieving process .
    • WebMD.com explores how to deal with the loss of a pet .
    • After your pet dog passes away, you may want to create a memorial to honor his friendship and loyalty. Here are a few ideas on how to memorialize your dog .
    • The loss of a pet is hard on all members of your household, including other pets and children. Read this article from the Humane Society of the United States to learn how to help everyone cope with this loss.
    • As your pet ages, you need to make him as comfortable as possible before he passes away. Take a look at this page from ASPCA.org to see how to care for your pet at the end of his life.

  • 4th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Memorial Service at Faithful Friends This Saturday 12/1!

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    Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory is hosting our 4th annual Christmas Tree Lighting Memorial Service this Saturday, December 1st at 5pm. Please come let us honor your pet’s story and special memories of your beloved fur baby. We will have a special guest speaker, a memorial table (feel free to bring a photo of your furry friend) and a blessing said for all. We will also have refreshments and other activities to help you through this tough holiday season without your sweet loved one. If you have any questions please contact us at ( 682) 587-2324  for more information.

  • 3 Tips for Coping with the Loss of a Pet

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    Losing a loved one is never easy, and the loss of a beloved pet can have a profound effect on the life of you and your family. Your constant companion will no longer be around for daily walks, playtime, or cuddling. When it comes time to say goodbye to your furry friend, consider employing the services of a professional pet cemetery or cremation service so that your pet can rest in peace.

    Give Yourself Time to Grieve

    When a pet dies , it is completely normal and natural to feel grief and sadness at your loss. Your pet was an integral part of your life, and it will take time for you to grow accustomed to this significant change. Don’t try to rush the grieving process, as it is an important part of healing and eventually moving on from your loss. Only you can know how much time you really need to fully mourn the loss of your pet.

    Don’t Rush into Getting Another Pet

    After you lose a pet, you may be tempted to get another one to “replace” the one who just passed away. However, getting another pet too soon can complicate your feelings of grief and could even make you angry at the new pet for not being the same as your old one. Take the time to observe your feelings of sadness before you get a new animal.

    Memorialize Your Pet

    Remembering your pet is an important part of coping with his or her passing. Memorializing your pet with a tasteful marker or tribute at a pet cemetery can give you the peace of mind of knowing that you can visit your pet at any time.

    Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery and Crematory in Fort Worth understands how difficult it is to lose a pet. Call us at (817) 478-6696 to find out more about our services and to learn how we can assist you during this tough time.

  • Helping Kids Cope with Pet Loss: Remembering Your Pet

    When you and your family lose a pet, it can be particularly difficult for your children. During this time, it is important to preserve the fond memories you have of your pet. Watch this video for a few ideas on how to help kids cope with pet loss.

    Creating a memory jar for your pet is one way to let your family share their memories of your companion. You and your kids can write down small things you loved about your old pet and pull them out every once in a while to keep the memories alive.

    Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery and Crematory is here for you and your family when it’s time to say goodbye to your trusted companion. Contact us at (817) 478-6696 to learn more about our burial and cremation services in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

  • Choosing Between Burial and Cremation for Your Pet

    When that difficult day comes that you must say goodbye to your furry family member, you will need to decide what to do with your pet’s body. This process can be stressful and sad for your entire family, so planning ahead is a good way to minimize the difficulty. Entrusting your pet to a compassionate pet cemetery and crematory can put your mind at ease.

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    If you decide to bury your pet, you should do it at a pet cemetery rather than in your yard. Most cities and towns have regulations against this practice. Plus, if you ever move, you will no longer be able to visit your furry friend. Burying your pet at a pet cemetery can be comforting, as you can visit the grave at any time. You can also choose to memorialize your pet’s burial through a personalized grave marker. Individual plots and caskets are also available to pet owners who want to be sure their animal companion rests easy for all time. The burial service itself can aid in the grieving process, giving people a sense of closure.

    Cremating your pet is another option. You can choose between individual and communal cremation services. If you want to make sure that you receive your pet’s ashes back, an individual cremation may be the right choice for you. You’ll receive the ashes in a marked urn, and you can choose what to do after that. Communal cremation is a more economical choice, and your pet will be cremated with other animals and buried in a pet cemetery.

    Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery and Crematory has been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area for over 10 years, providing compassionate and quality services for pets and pet owners alike. Call us at (817) 478-6696 to learn how we can assist you and your family during your time of grief.