Your Options in Your Time of Grief
So that you know your precious companion is treated with dignity…
The first decision that your family will need to consider is how to arrange for the transport of your pet’s body.
Your family can choose to have your pet received at your home or at your veterinarian’s office. Moving your pet’s body after it has passed can be traumatic for families. You may have health limitations that make moving your pet difficult. If you choose to have Chartiers transport your pet, you can be confident that this phase of your pet’s aftercare will be handled with care and respect. The vehicle is outfitted specifically for the transport of your beloved pet. I also have the proper resources to make moving your pet the dignified process you expect and your pet deserves.
If you prefer, your family can bring your pet to my private home-like setting. Sometimes, it is comforting to be the one who takes your pet on its final car ride. Coming here gives you an opportunity to see the facility and ask any questions you may have about the cremation process.
The facility is located in Bridgeville, about 15 minutes from the Fort Pitt Tunnel using the Parkway West and Interstate 79 South. Take the Kirwan Heights Exit (Exit 55) from I-79. At the end of the ramp, turn right. This places you onto Washington Avenue. The facility is 1.2 miles from this turn on the right side of the road, between High Tech Hair Salon and Allegheny South Veterinary. Look for the orange sculpture at the entrance to Municipal Lot #1. Click here for driving instructions from various directions.
You may also choose the method for returning your pet’s cremains to you. Many families chose to come to the Bridgeville location. It is easily accessible, parking is next to the facility and the hours that we can meet include day, evening and weekend. Alternatively, I can also accommodate your need to have your pet brought to your home at a day and time that suits your schedule.
Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation
442 Washington Avenue Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 15017