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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 07:29 AM Thread Starter
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Pet Cremation-What do you think?

Hi Everyone,

I lost my 16 year old Golden Retriever when I was 21 years old. It was devastating and I still get misty-eyed thinking about her.

I am not 29 years old and I want to offer cremation services that weren't available to me when my dog passed away.

Please help me realize my goal by answering a few questions:
**I apologize in advance if any of these questions are unsettling.**

1. If your dog passed away, how would you handle the disposition of your pet? (Burial, Cremation, Leave it up to my vet)

2. Would you consider placing your pet in a pet cemetery?

3. Would you prefer to have your pet euthanized at home or at a vet's office?

4. What kind of grief materials or counseling would be useful to you?

5. Would you consider pre-planning a cremation for your pet?

6. How much do you think is reasonable for an individual cremation? (Your pet would be cremated alone and returned to you in an urn.) a) $50 b) $100 c) 150 d) $200 e) $250 f) $300+

7. Are you a man or a woman?
8. How old are you?
9. What kind of pets do you own?

Thank you so much for any kind of information. I really want to help pet owners with the heart wrenching grief that comes from the loss of a pet.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 06:14 PM
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I always have my dogs cremated. They deserve that respect from me.


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i work at the shelter and we offer cremation

we offer a base price of euthanasia of $30 and then the cremation price depends on the size of the pet. basically b-f

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I would choose cremation for my pet cause he is very special.

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If i could chose i would be buried with messi. Like the egyptions used to kill their pets to be mummified with them i figure my life span is longer than his, i would like to be euthinized with him and mummified with him... Although this is not very realistic.

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