Making The Final Plans
At Long Island Pet Cremation, we understand what you are going through. Below are some questions you may want to ask yourself, and answers to help you make the best decision for your family during this very difficult time.
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Taking Care of Your Pet's Body.
When your pet passes, it can be a very difficult time. When the grieving sets in, you may also start to wonder what you are going to do with their body, adding to the emotions that you are already going through. We will hold the body for you, while you take your time and decide what the best option is for you.
It is often suggested to make arrangements, or explore options before your pet passes. However, if you are not able to do so, we are here to help you with your options. As emotionally difficult as it may be, there are many things you will want to consider before making your decision. Whether it’s depending on legal, financial, practical, and/or spiritual stipulations.
You do not have to make the decision yourself, you can lean on us to help you make the best decision for your family. However, if you do want to be in charge of what happens to your pet’s body, there are home burial, pet cemetery burial, and cremation options for you to choose from. No matter what you decide upon, the right decision can only be made by you.
Cremating Your Pet.
In today’s society, cremation has become one of the more popular ways to handle a pet’s body. The process turns your pet’s remains into sand-like particles that can be secured in a small urn, keeping them close to you wherever you choose.
Can you bury your pet at home?
You must know the laws in your area before making a decision to bury your pet at home. If you choose to bury your beloved pet at home, you must put the body in a heavy-duty plastic bag and encase it in a secure box that is placed at least three feet deep into the ground.
This method will prevent any other animals from digging it up, and allows you to stay close to the site of your pet.
No matter what method you decide to go with, the memory of your pet will always be close to your heart.