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DIGNITY PET CREMATORIUM

An honest, caring & personal service
giving you complete peace of mind.

Address:
Brickfields
Odiham Road
Winchfield
Hook
Hampshire, RG27 8BU

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OPENING HOURS

Monday - Friday
Saturday
Sundays
Emergency service only
9:00AM - 5:30PM
9:00AM-2:00PM
CLOSED
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Tel: 01252 844572
Email: enquiries@dignitypetcrem.co.uk

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Goldfish disposed of down the toilet are now taking over waterways in Australia. There are better ways to get rid of pets – wait until they die, for starters by Simon Usborne They had a good life, but what do you do with dear Gerry the gerbil or Robbie the rabbit when they slip away into
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A fraudster who dumped dead animals to rot in a field despite being paid by grieving pet owners to cremate them properly has been ordered to pay £75,000 or face jail. By Ed Chatterton Emma Bent, 42, was previously jailed after the corpses of several dogs were discovered in a field in 2009. Police found she had promised
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The death of a cherished dog or cat can be just as devastating as the loss of a relative. Only pet lovers would understand, says Anna Moore By Anna Moore Although Duffy was ‘just a dog’, and he died four years ago, recalling his last day still feels traumatic for his owner Charlotte. In fact, she
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We are celebrating 25 years of helping grieving animal lovers – despite vets saying the idea would never catch on. In 1992, Barry Spurgeon and his wife Carole made a life changing decision to follow their gut feeling and start Dignity Pet Crematorium.       “They did so after watching a documentary that showed
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“In 1992, Kevin Spurgeon’s parents transformed their family home into a place that could offer a private, personal service to mourning pet owners. Now Kevin is running one of the UK’s most successful independent pet crematoriums.” Keven Spurgeon discusses Dignity’s beginnings with Dogs Monthly and how they have come to be the most respected, professional, considerate
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Joe Shute from The Telegraph recently discussed the rising popularity of pet cremation and what services Dignity offer to pet owners. “It is Monday morning at Dignity Pet Crematorium, and wisps of smoke drift from the handsome red-brick bottle kiln in the garden grounds. The Victorian-built furnace is the largest remaining of its type in Hampshire
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