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

Odiham Road
Hampshire, RG27 8BU

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Monday - Friday
Emergency service only
9:00AM - 5:30PM
Please contact us for details

Tel: 01252 844572
Email: enquiries@dignitypetcrem.co.uk


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Our Pet Crematorium

37-432x288 Our Pet CrematoriumDignity Pet Crematorium was started by Barry & Carole Spurgeon in 1992.

Our service was started after watching a TV documentary that showed how much loved family pets are normally put into plastic bags and stored in the veterinary deep freeze until collected (sometimes up to a week later).

We felt there was a need for a service that could care for people’s pets in a dignified and gentle manner after death. We can give you peace of mind that each pet, from the smallest to the largest, will be looked after properly and cremated individually; combining the same care and professionalism as Human Crematoriums & Funeral Directors. Every pet we collect is placed in a Dignity Pet Bed and into one of our pet hearses.

Because many veterinary practices contract to disposal services your pet will only be cared for by us if you contact us direct. Further information about the difference in standards can be found on our downloads page.

Best Wishes

Kevin Spurgeon
Partner, Dignity Pet Crematorium

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