There are a number of services for pet cremation, some unscrupulous are highlighted in the news but it is important to remember that there are a few that have the right equipment to offer a service with human quality. There are ways to ensure that the company you have chosen takes care of your pet as you would. Petfuneralservices Bangalore is one of the amazing Pet burial services near me and everyone.
One way would be to make sure that they are members of HACCP (Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories) who monitor and make sure that the guidelines are followed in order, or even know all the procedures of the crematorium you have chosen.
Pet cremation is practiced internationally. In Japan, more than 465 companion animal temples are in operation. These venues hold funerals and rituals for dead pets. In Australia, pet owners can purchase services to have their companion animal cremated and placed in a pet cemetery or taken home.
The cost of pet cremation depends on location, where the cremation is done, and time of cremation. The American Humane Society’s cost for cremation of 22.5 kg (50 lb). or less pet is $110 while 23 kg (51 lb). or more is $145. The cremated remains are available for the owner to pick up in seven to ten business days. Urns for the companion animal range from $50 to $150.
Many human cultures buried animal remains. For example, the Ancient Egyptians mummified and buried cats, which they considered deities, and the largest known dog cemetery in the ancient world was discovered at the Ashkelon National Park in Ashkelon, Israel.
London’s Hyde Park was the site of an informal pet cemetery between 1881 and 1903, in the gatekeeper’s garden. From the first burial of “Cherry” until its official closure in 1903, it received 300 burials with miniature headstones,with a final special burial of the Royal Marines mascot dog “Prince” in 1967.
Cimetière des Chiens in Asnières-sur-Seine in Paris, dating from 1899, is an elaborate, sculpted pet cemetery believed to be one of the first public zoological necropolis in the world.
America’s largest and oldest pet cemetery is in Hartsdale, New York. It dates from 1896, when a veterinarian working out of Manhattan offered to let a grieving pet owner bury her dog in his hillside apple orchard. Today, it is the final resting place for more than 70,000 animals. The Hartsdale Pet Cemetery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. Some other famous American pet cemeteries are Aspin Hill Memorial Park in Silver Spring, Maryland, where celebrity animals such as seven of J. Edgar Hoover’s dogs, such as his Cairn terrier Spee De Bozo, and internees at the “Medical Rats Memorial” are buried. (General Grant of R.K.O. was rumored to be Petey of the Our Gang and Little Rascals movies, but this is not true); as well as the Pet Memorial Cemetery in Calabasas, California, where Hopalong Cassidy’s horse, Topper, Steven Spielberg’s Jack Russell Terrier, and Rudolph Valentino’s dog, Kabar, are buried.
At some cemeteries, such as Aspin Hill Memorial Park in Silver Spring, Maryland human and animal remains may be interred alongside each other. In January 2010, West Lindsey District Council gave permission for a site in the village of Stainton by Langworth to inter animal remains alongside human remains as part of a “green burial” site, making it the first place in England where pets could be buried alongside their owners.
Arrange a time for cremation, ask to see inside the machine to make sure it is clean for yourself and plan where to be and where you can feel part of the process without actually seeing it.
We arrange our own funeral arrangements so it is necessary that we do the same for our beloved animals. Cremation is a cheaper option compared to burial however it is important to note that the price depends on the size of the animal and how far the company would travel for pick up the pet. If there is a company where this service is particularly cheap, then there has to be a reason and of course it must be questioned. Letting your veterinarian arrange your pet’s cremation may be a more convenient and less uncomfortable option for you.
It usually only takes two weeks for the process to be completed. If you choose this option, then it is vital that you let them know that you want an individual cremation so that they can be coded as white for (individual) or green for (communal). A tag is assigned to your pet throughout the entire system and each stage is logged in a journal to ensure peace of mind for its owners.
Considering that human cremation is cremated per person, this is also expected to happen with your pets. It is important to be aware of the different types of cremation.
The following list shows which options are standard:
Individual cremation – The only method that guarantees that the ashes are not contaminated-The ashes produced by cremation are returned to their owners.
Communal Cremation-A group of pets are cremated together and buried or dispersed in licensed gardens.
Mass cremation – A mass cremation in situ
The advantage of choosing cremation as an option is being able to take your pet to a resting place. The ashes can be kept at home or in a favorite place in a decorated urn.
Petfuneral services is HACCP approved as a supplier, this means that whoever buys an incinerator makes sure they are equipped and built to the highest quality. We pride ourselves on having a quality and service first status that has been developed over more than 10 years of experience in the industry. Our
clients have the option of:
Ash rake, ash extraction tools,
The cremulator or pulverizer of bones that processes and turns these into a fine ash (we are the only manufacturers in the Kingdom that make Cremulators).
Petfuneral services is also one of the Dog cremation in Bangalore.
Benefits of cremating your pet
Today at Infinity Pet Crematorium we bring a post in which we specify what are the advantages of cremating your pet and why it is a good alternative to say goodbye to your loved one. If you want to know more about pet incineration and you want to know the benefits that this process entails, keep reading, we will tell you about them!
Why incinerate your pet?
We know that the death of your pet is a difficult process that can affect you emotionally and physically. Therefore, if your pet has recently passed away and you don’t know what to do with her body, don’t worry! We are here to help you, so in this post we have compiled a series of benefits that incinerating your pet provides.
1. One of the main reasons for the cremation of your pet is for sanitation . If you decide to incinerate your pet, you will be avoiding possible sources of infection, as well as contamination of the water, which can be produced by the burial of animals or abandonment in open fields or landfills.
2. Another reason to incinerate your pet is that you will be helping to preserve the environment , as this will prevent the generation of odors and / or fumes caused by decomposing bodies.
3. Furthermore, if you decide to incinerate your pet, you will be respecting the integrity of your animal, avoiding abandoning its body in any landfill or wasteland.
4. Finally, it is a very economical alternative , in which you can choose the manner of cremation, the type of urn and the place of delivery of the ashes.
Incineration of your pet is one of the best alternatives.
Individual incineration of domestic animals
At Petfuneralservices we only and exclusively carry out individual cremations of domestic animals, we offer a personalized and trustworthy treatment to our clients and their pets.