Your own pet is never "just a dog" or "just a cat". The loss of a pet can be very painful. Owners aren't just just losing a pet. It could mean the loss of a source of unconditional love, a companion who provides security and comfort, and even more. The decision of what to do with a pet's remains after death is one of the last things you want to think about while you are grieving. Sadly, it is a decision that needs to made right away. Cremation involves the incineration of the body in a specially-designed furnace. The remains turn to ashes and tiny bone fragments called cremains. Usually, pet crematories will return the cremains to you in a plastic bag that is inside a decorative tin or box. Memorialize your loved one by buying an urn that you get to choose. Shop urns and mortuary supplies at Med-Vet International. Find a variety of urn designs for both cat and dog from extra small to large. See our small selection of burial boxes as well!
"The pain passes, but the beauty remains." – Pierre Auguste Renoir