Final Care Planning
Pet Grief Support
A long-standing tradition when grieving the loss of a human member of the community; a memorial to your pet–whether placed in a public setting such as at a dog park or dedicated pet cemetery, or in your garden at home–acts as a focal point for both grieving and tribute.
Just as every pet is different, every family is different. Yet, the love we have for our pets is universal. And today, the memorialized expression of this deep affection is growing more common throughout North America. And chances are good that you are your family are currently thinking of designing and placing a memorial to your cherished pet. But where do you begin? You begin by thinking with your heart, not just your head.
We think it’s the love you shared, which becomes infused into the memorial garden stone, personalized cremation urn, pet headstone or grave marker you’ve selected. Whatever you’ve chosen becomes a testament to your family’s love and devotion to their cherished pet. With that said, we invite you to browse our online selection of pet memorial products, stop by our offices, pick up the phone, or visit our online store to explore the creation of a physical memorial to your cherished animal companion.
Grieving families today have a unique opportunity, born of Internet-based technologies: the online memorial pet tribute. Similar in concept to the online tribute websites available for human members of a community, our full-featured online pet memorials, the Book of Memories™, give you and your network of friends and family unique ways to pay tribute to your pet, including:
If a Book of Memories™ online tribute dedicated to the memory of your pet sounds like a wonderful way to pay tribute to their loyal devotion, then pick up the phone to call us at (812) 265-4021. We’ll help you to explore its many features, and show you how we can easily create a Book of Memories™ in remembrance of your cherished animal companion.
For many, there’s nothing more devastating than the loss of a beloved pet. We’ve learned from experience–both personal and professional–that the act of placing a memorial is often the first real step in healing from the loss. It provides everyone involved with a focal point for their grief, and gives them a place in which to actively mourn the passing of their animal companion.
Call us at (812) 265-4021, or stop by our offices at 423 West Main Street, in Madison. We have lots of fine ideas about how you and your family can create a meaningful, powerful, and poignant memorial to your pet.