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Pets Remembered Cremation

  • Amazing Survival!
    [3 Sep 16, 4:36pm] A typical story in the days following a severe earthquake – anywhere in the world – tells of a rescue dog and his/her handler finding a person buried under the rubble. We have heard those stories so often that we have come to expect them,…The…
  • Mr. Ed
    [23 May 16, 4:51pm] I had long forgotten about Mr. Ed, the talking horse, until I read the obituary for Alan Young recently. Mr. Young was the man (the only man) Mr. Ed spoke to on the television show, which ran in the early 60’s. I don’t remember watching…The po…
  • The years fly by!
    [17 Apr 16, 12:39am] April is Kona’s birthday month. Kona is our beautiful, personality-plus, high-energy large dog, unlike any dog we’ve had before. April 17th is her day and this year she turns 3. Given the short life span of our pets, especially most large dogs, w…
  • Springtime and Pets
    [22 Mar 16, 4:13pm] Spring is here! Even though winter was mild this year, spring is a welcome season. Longer days, warmer temps, and the newness of buds, tulips, leaves, and grass make me smile – hopefully, you, too! And with Easter upon us, little bunnies (not just…
  • Pets & Christmas Trees
    [8 Dec 15, 6:03pm] Our Kona is the most inquisitive dog we have ever had. Since I put up our Christmas tree, which is quite tall, every so often I see Kona staring at the tree, especially once it has been touched and begins to sway ever so slightly.…The post Pets &a…

Imortuary

  • How to Give a Eulogy for a Relative
    [17 Nov 17, 1:00pm] How to Give a Eulogy for a RelativeFor many people, giving a eulogy for a family member is one of the most difficult aspects of a funeral. Regardless of your feelings on public speaking, the act of standing up in front of a crowd and sharing your…
  • Should I Send Money in a Sympathy Card?
    [13 Nov 17, 1:00pm] Should I Send Money in a Sympathy Card?A sympathy card is one of the fastest and easiest ways to show your support after the loss of a loved one. Whether you make the card by hand, purchase it from a store, or use a blank card and fill it with a h…
  • How to Attend an Out-of-Town Funeral
    [7 Nov 17, 1:00pm] How to Attend an Out-of-Town FuneralAttending a funeral in your own city can be stressful enough. Not only are you dealing with your grief, but you might also have to take time off work, find childcare for your kids, and choose appropriate funeral…
  • What Should My Loved One Wear to be Cremated?
    [3 Nov 17, 1:00pm] What Should My Loved One Wear to be Cremated?When families choose a burial outfit for their loved ones, they often select something formal or that holds deep meaning. For example, a military service uniform, a favorite dress, church attire, or eve…
  • What to Send to a Funeral for Suicide
    [25 Oct 17, 1:00pm] What to Send to a Funeral for SuicideWhen a friend or relative dies, it is common to send a sympathy gift in the form of flowers, food, or a card. This gesture lets the family know that you are thinking of them at a difficult time and that you are…

Memorials Blog

  • What are Funeral Necessities?
    [18 Sep 17, 9:15am] It is often the case that a family of a loved one who has passed away finds itself thrust into the stressful scenario of planning a funeral service (and even a burial or cremation too) with little or no advance notice. Though one would expect this to…
  • Are Funeral Directors too Pushy?
    [13 Sep 16, 8:35am] Are Funeral Directors too Pushy? Funeral directors are often a maligned group, accused of greed, insensitivity and questionable ethics. Just type “pushy funeral director” into any search engine, and you will certainly be treated to dozens of stor…
  • What To Look For In A Cremation Urn
    [26 Jul 16, 7:15am] What To Look For In A Cremation Urn As cremation becomes more and more popular across the United States, cremation urns are becoming a more and more common sight across the nation. But many urns of today are a far cry from the traditional “Grecian…
  • The Grieving Process
    [21 Jun 16, 12:11pm] The grieving process is the name that the common name given to a psychological theory known to experts and scholars as the Kubeler-Ross model. Like all psychological models, this process is simply a set of guidelines that experts can use as a guide t…
  • For Pet Memorial Use Pet Cremation Jewelry
    [22 Jan 14, 11:39am] Pets are like a family member as they share both happy and sad days with their owners. This is why dealing with grief from losing a pet can be a very painful experience. During such as situation, pet memorials can help a lot to calm down the upset…

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