Author: In Memoriam Pet Services

Losing a pet is devastating and it often feels like we never have enough time with them. However, just because they are gone doesn't mean they can't live on in the memories that we have with them. There are also many ways to commemorate your beloved pet that can help keep their memories alive even when they are no longer...

We love our pets. In the United States alone, 67% of people have a pet. They are part of our families. It can be difficult when a pet passes. Finding a way to commemorate them and honor their life is important after they have passed. Planning private memorial ceremonies is a great way to honor your pet and knowing how...

As much as you love your horse, eventually, they will grow old and approach the end of their life. Horses are considered old when they are around the age of 15 to 18 years old. Sometimes your horse might also pass away from sickness, even if they're still young. If this happens, you will need to decide how you want...

Losing a pet is never easy, but there are things you can do to honor their memory and ensure that they stay in your heart for all time. You can use one of the following five methods to commemorate your beloved pet and enjoy their memory each day. Plant Something in Their Memory Planting a tree or flower of your choice is...

Losing a beloved pet is a tough experience to go through. Not only have you lost a close companion, but you also have to plan a proper sendoff for them. If you have already decided on pet cremation, that is one item you can tick off of your list. Read on to see a few ideas of what you can...

Our pets are our close companions, and when they pass on, it is only fair to give them a sendoff befitting to a close, loyal friend. It is everyone's wish to give a warm farewell to their pets after we lose them, and this is what an urn will help you do. Read on to see some benefits you would...

We all love our pets. For many of us, our pets are similar to our children. But the unfortunate reality is that there are hard truths and painful experiences that come with owning a pet. Every pet owner will someday experience the loss of a pet. As difficult as this subject is in general, for many it becomes even more...

Losing a pet can be devastating. When a beloved pet dies, it can bring much grief. To assuage your grief, giving your pet a decent send-off may help. You can give your pet a dignified farewell by opting for pet cremation or burial. If you're uncertain which option to opt for, read on to learn more about both options. Pet Burials Pet...

Losing a pet is never easy. Your pet becomes part of your family, and when they pass it is oftentimes hard to find comfort and easement. On top of emotions, it can be hard to decide how you want to celebrate your pet's life, whether that may be a burial or cremation. Large pet cremation services are available for you...

Losing a pet is like losing a family member. It is oftentimes unexpected and can lead to anguish and disarray. Although once a horse has entered the senior stage between 15-18 years old, it still may not prepare you for their passing. Knowing the ins and outs of the cremation facility and procedure may help bring you peace of mind...