Saying Goodbye to a Beloved Pet

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Often in conversations with families we talk about saying goodbye to their pet. These “rites of passing” could loosely be equated to a human funeral rite where people gather to remember the life lived and bequeath their loved one on … Continue reading

Pet Urn Purchase – Other Considerations

Pet Urns

It’s not surprising how often families ask, “What pet urn should I get?”  The photo of the vase shaped urn with pawprints is what many people think of when they think of a pet urn.  It is one of literally … Continue reading

FoxyBrown’s Memorial Wardrobe

Listening to the stories that draw a portrait of the pet is one of the joys of my profession. Often the family tells of little behaviors of the pet but today’s story is about a playful wardrobe worn by this … Continue reading

Buying pet urns — What to consider

Pet Urns

People often ask if they should consider buying pet urns. If you’d like to keep your pet’s cremains in your home, choosing an urn can be a way to honor and celebrate your beloved pet. It’s not surprising how often … Continue reading

Eternitrees Help to “Heal Your Heart, and Heal the Planet”

The idea of planting something that will live and grow long beyond your loss to memorialize your loved pet warms the heart with a vision of a blooming tree or shrub or a flower bed that constantly renews itself. And … Continue reading

Harmony Ball Urns and Keepsakes

I am thrilled to be offering a lovely selection of harmony ball urns and keepsakes. Most are created by English artists and aptly capture the behaviors of our pets that make us smile Scooch Pooch just arrived today and he’s … Continue reading

Three New Urn Styles, for Cat Lovers and More

The urn or container that you select to safekeep your pet’s cremains should be as special as the relationship you had with your pet. I am always listening to customers’ comments and looking for urns which might suitably honor their … Continue reading

What can I do with cremains (ashes)?

As I work with families, all manner of questions arise – and one of the most frequent questions is “What do I do with the cremains (ashes)?  Every family has their own ideas and needs about what is proper and … Continue reading