Even the Tiniest of Pets are Remembered at Pet Memorial Sunday Ceremony September 10

The second Sunday of September was set aside as a time to remember our pets by the International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories. Deb has hosted a ceremony on Pet Memorial Sunday since 2005 for families who have lost … Continue reading

Healing Hearts for Pet Lovers, Sunday, February 12, 2017

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After the rush of the holidays the grief of a recent loss can return, and that’s no different for pet lovers who’ve lost an animal companion. Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation offers specialized care from the time your pet’s body is … Continue reading

Pet First Aid Certification Classes Appreciated

October 22 Pet First Aid Class.

Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation sponsored a four hour pet first aid certification class at the Bridgeville Public Library on Saturday October 22, taught by Karen Sable of Pet Emergency Training, LLC. Although there is usually a charge for attending the … Continue reading

Unexpected Death Brings Comfort

The unexpected death of a family pet is a very difficult situation–one that I frequently experience with families.  However, sometimes when you can see the entire picture, a tender love can bring comfort to the family. This is one of … Continue reading

Pet First Aid Certification Class Sunday, June 1 in Bethel Park

Since June 2011 Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation has sponsored pet first aid classes in Bridgeville and surrounding communities in the south and west of Pittsburgh. Although there is usually a charge for attending these classes, Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation offers … Continue reading

Pet First Aid Certification Class in Bridgeville

Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation is sponsoring a three-hour pet first aid certification class at the Bridgeville Public Library on May 3, 2014, from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. CCPC offers these sessions free of charge in an attempt to offer … Continue reading

Dog Aggression Education Classes Sponsored by Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation

Last year while Deb Chebatoris was walking her two schnauzers in their own neighborhood they were suddenly and unexpectedly attacked by a larger, aggressive dog. Both dogs sustained injuries requiring treatment. While Deb was unhurt she understood that this could … Continue reading