Nobody wants to think about the death of their pets, but their short lifespans mean that all pet owners - at one point or another - will be tasked with showing the same love and compassion to their furry, finned or feathered friends at the ends of their lives as they have during them.
In the same way that we make final care plans for the human members of our families, pre-planning for your pet’s final disposition can help to minimize the burden placed on you in the difficult hours of their deaths. Planning ahead for a loss gives you the ability to:
- Carefully consider whether cremation or burial better suits your needs
- Assess your personal needs and budget accordingly
- Ensure that all decisions can be made in a thoughtful way - rather than in the heat of the moment
Planning ahead for your pet’s death may seem morbid, but doing so allows you to put the plans in place that are best for you and your family - minimizing the chances that you’ll experience regret later on. Meet with your family members to complete the form, taking your needs and personality into consideration. We’ll keep your information on file in order to facilitate your pet’s final arrangements when they are ultimately required.