Planning for a pet’s passing is an overwhelming and very emotional process. The better prepared you are, the easier everything will be when that time comes. I know it’s not something that any pet owner wants to think about, but you also won’t want to do research and make arrangements while trying to cope with the loss of your furry companion.
Cremation may not be something that you want to think about, but it could be the only way to handle your pet’s remains. Whether you live in a region where the ground freezes during the winter months or your home owner’s association won’t allow the burial pets on your property, cremation is something that a large majority of pet owners will need to deal with at some point.
Today, I asked Mark Lux, owner of Paris Pet Crematory in Wisconsin, to speak about the cremation process, the cost of cremating a pet and the many options that are available to pet owners who need to cremate a lost companion. He also discusses what you should be looking for when choosing a crematory and the questions that pet owners should ask to ensure they are working with a reputable company.
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