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Hampshire, RG27 8BU

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


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Package 1 Home scatter/burial package

Package price from £185

Ideal for scattering or burying your pet’s ashes at home. This package includes their ashes placed into either a bamboo scatter pouch, scatter tube, polished metal urn or a casket for burial. Also included is a 6×4” garden marker of your choice and a blooming remembrance heart, which once buried will grow into wild flowers each year.

Please use these prices if you are having your pet’s ashes placed into a Scatter Tube. The prices below include the discount and your pet’s individual cremation.

Cat/Toy Dog Small Medium Large XL Giant
6×4″ Wooden marker no motif
£185 £195 £205 £215 £225 £245
6×4″ Wooden marker with motif or silver, black or white swordmarker with or without photo £195 £205 £215 £225 £235 £255
5.5×4″ Slate memorial, wording only or with a motif £200.50 £210.50 £220.50 £230.50 £240.50 £260.50
Please add £25 to include a laser image of your pet to the slate memorial.

Slate-Pippin-377x288 Package 1 Home scatter/burial packageAdd £5 to the above prices if having a Scatter Pouch
Add £10 to the above prices if having a Polished Metal Urn
Add £10 to the above prices if having a Casket for Burial

Important Notes

• All our prices include VAT
• Collection and Return Charges are not included in the prices listed below.
• We calculate collection/return costs based on our distance from you or your veterinary surgery. Please contact us for a quotation. You can find more information on our collection page
• There is a one off charge for all home collections in addition to the mileage charge.

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