How do you perform pet cremation?
Basically, the concept is similar to human cremation. The body of the deceased pet will be put through intense flames and heat until ashes and calcified bones are left. The remains are then placed in a pet urn.
Should I opt for pet burial or cremation?
It is entirely up to you as the owner on what you think is best for your pet.
What can I do with my pet’s ashes?
Depending on your preference, you may wish to:
Bury the pet urn
Place it a pet columbarium at our peaceful pet memorial park
Incorporate the ashes into jewellery for keepsake
Are pets cremated in the same place as humans?
No, pets are incinerated in a different cremation chamber from human beings.
Will more than one pet be cremated together?
No, we ensure that only one pet is cremated at any one time. Offering quality services and customer satisfaction is our top priority.
How long does pet cremation require?
Generally, this process takes between 30 to 45 minutes for small animals such as hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, cats and smaller breed dogs (e.g. Chihuahua). Larger animals, however, may take 1 to 2 hours.
If my pet dies at home, will you come to collect it?
Yes, our service team will be there as soon as possible to collect your pet from home and transfer it to the pet burial plot or crematorium as part of our pet funeral service package.
Can my pet’s toys and belongings be cremated together?
Generally, pet blankets, plastic chew toys and other belongings are not allowed into the cremation chamber because they are generally not environmentally friendly.
How can I be sure that the remains I received belong to my pet?
We give you assurance that you will receive the correct remains because the crematoriums utilise identification tags. Unlike some other unscrupulous service providers, we never cremate different pets together. Our highly skilled and professional team assigned to your case will handle everything from start to finish.
Also, you may request to view the pet cremation process through a window which may provide you with a better sense of closure.
Do I need to purchase a separate cremation casket for my pet?
No, this is already provided as part of our pet funeral service package.