Do you really get your pet’s ashes back? This is one of the most common questions we get asked here at Dignity Pet Crematorium so we’re going to explain how our individual cremations work to ensure you do get your pet’s ashes back. Do you get your pets ashes back Whether you get your pet’s
Singer Imelda May has toured the world, performing everywhere from Glastonbury festival to the Royal Albert Hall. Her beloved dog, Alfie, has been alongside her for these performances for over 13 years – even gaining his very own access all areas pass to many venues that had previously not allowed dogs. When Alfie passed away
Immediately after losing a pet you may feel overwhelmed by grief which can affect your decision making process. Whether it’s at home or at a vet, it’s your choice what happens to them. In this blog we’re going to talk about how to choose a pet crematorium. Trusting your pets final journey with someone else
At Dignity we understand that when it comes time to use our services it is usually due to sad circumstances. Sometimes you’re just not ready to talk to someone over the phone about losing your pet. Or maybe you want to get in touch when our office is not open. To help with this, we
As the number of infected with COVID-19 continues to rise, the RSPCA have advised pet owners to create an emergency pet care plan should the worst happen. But what exactly is an emergency pet care plan and how do you go about creating one? We’re going to go through it in this blog so that
Dignity Pet Crematorium will be closed on all Bank Holidays, however we do have an emergency driver on call on these days. We usually offer this service for home and veterinary collections, however due to the COVID-19 outbreak we are no longer collecting pets from owners’ homes unless there are special circumstances.
In the midst of all this uncertainty it’s great to receive some positive news, so imagine our excitement on finding out that we have been selected as a finalist in the Pet Industry Awards. This year the awards received a record breaking number of entries so we’re honoured to have been chosen as a finalist.
Following the most recent government announcement regarding the Coronavirus we want to update everyone on what we are doing to help prevent the spread, whilst also maintaining our service and proactively reducing the risk of infection to our staff. The health and safety of our team and clients is a priority for us, but we
Dignity Pet Crematorium has been shortlisted as a finalist in the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards. We’re excited to announce the news that we have been nominated in the South East region’s Environmental Business of the Year award thanks to our efforts to make the business as environmentally friendly as possible. The Federation of Small
As pet owners we are often forced into making a decision about what to do with a pet’s body very quickly. We’re not always given the opportunity to say goodbye, and are then left to decide what to with their remains. Unlike human death, there’s no set protocol when you lose a pet, so we