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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
Please contact us for details

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

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Photo Frame

Option E2

A choice of wall mountable picture frames with hidden pet ashes casket. The Desk top frame is designed to also be free standing. The discreet ash casket is hidden behind the picture frame where you can place a favourite picture of your pet. The frames can be used with both landscape and portrait photographs. Please see below for details.

Oak single photo frame - Wall Mounted only - suitable for one pet’s ashes up to the size of an extra-large dog (eg GSD) and some giant dog breeds (or for multiple smaller pets’ ashes)
Photo size: 1 of 10x8” photo

Desk top frame in Oak – Free Standing or Wall Mounted - suitable for one pet’s ashes up to the size of an extra large dog (eg GSD)
Photo size: 1 of 7x5”

Cremation Price

Cat/Toy Dog Small Medium Large XL Giant
£135 £145 £155 £165 £175 £195

The price of each frame below must be added to the cremation price above.

Style Frame Size Oak
Single Photo 41.5 x 33.5cm £100
Desk Top Frame 29 x 23.5cm £80

All frames are made from sustainable resources.

All prices include VAT.

Available to purchase separately here

Oak single photo frame

Desk top frame in oak

Add an extra bamboo scatter pouch or scatter tube To any option for only £10.

This is ideal if you would like to keep a proportion of your pet’s ashes with you and scatter or bury some in a favourite spot. This can also be used for when several family members would each like some of the ashes for themselves.

Please ask for ‘Package 6’ if you would like us to do this for you.

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