3 Popular choices for pet memorials

American Kennel Club Cremation Urn

Losing a pet can be depressing and devastating because for many people pet’s become a cherished member of the household making the death as tragic as the loss of an actual family member.  It can be easier to deal with the death of a pet however if you take the death seriously instead of trying to quietly deal with its effects.  One great way to do this is by purchasing a pet memorial that will help you cherish your pet’s memory in a positive way and bring closure to the event.

One of the top choices for pet memorials are slabs of cement memorable plaques that can be placed in the backyard so that you have a place to visit similar to the idea of a cemetery stone.  Placing an object in your yard that will allow you to visit your pet after its passing can help bring closure to every member of the family that may is dealing with the loss.  Many people choose to have a poem engraved on a stone with the pet’s name and place it in the pet’s favorite spot in the yard.

Heart Keepsake Mini Brass Cremation Urn

Another great pet memorial choice is a framed picture of your pet that is inscribed with a poem that can be placed on a mantle or the wall as a decorative piece of art that doubles as a pet memorial.  This allows family members to view the pet on a regular basis just the same as while it was still alive and offers a way to remember the impact the pet may have had on a family.  Many people choose to write their own poems, or simply place a quote about the pet on the frame and hang it on the wall.

Finally, pet cremation urns are also a popular way to remember a pet and cherish its presence in the family.  Pet cremation urns come in many different sizes and styles and can be chosen to match any other decoration that is in the home so that it will easily fit into your home in the same way that your pet did.

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One Comment

  1. tomsbabyjenna
    Posted September 17, 2010 at 10:13 pm | Permalink

    I would prefer to get a plaque that would hang in my house as I feel like it would be in the way in the yard. I mean that in the yard you would have to constantly move it when you mow the lawn and I feel like that would desecrate the burial and defeat the point of remembering your animal. In the house you can see it everyday instead of having to go out and remember where you buried it.

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