Posted on December 09 2016
After losing someone you treated like a friend or family, taking care of the technical aspects such as the burial is one of the last things you want to think and talk about. Because of the grief, shock and sorrow you feel from losing a pet, it could be one of the hardest decision to make and the hardest thing to do. But—you have to. It’s time to say goodbye again.
Many pet owners and lovers can agree that providing a dignified burial or cremation for a pet is a final, fitting act of farewell. After all the love and loyalty they showed you when they are still living, giving our pets the proper burial they deserve is just right. Burying them is also an important act of closure: being able to view, touch, and say farewell to a pet's body can help one accept that the pet is dead already, that it is not going to come back, no matter how hard it is to accept.
Referred to as "aftercare", it is your decision on how you would like your beloved pet’s remains handled. This is important because you want to see and know that your pet's remains are treated with the same concern and care that you gave your pet during its life.
Contrary to what you might already know, there are a lot of burial options you can consider to make sure your final goodbye will always be a special memory you can always hold on to.
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