Create Your Dog Memorial
Your favoured companion is gone, but will never be forgotten. Help us to remember the life you had together by creating your own dog memorial here. Simply pen a short note - or a long one if you have a lot to say - about your canine companion's character or the things they enjoyed, include a photo or two and we will publish it here for you. Then you can come back and visit whenever you feel the need.
Take a look at what other people have been able to do with their remembrance page and then leave your memory. We will add it to our remembrance wall, where you will be able to see it any time that you want to.Your Dog Memorial - Ideas
The relationship between a person and their dog can be very difficult to put into words - especially few enough words to make a short obituary. Our advice if you are struggling to condense what you are feeling into a short pet memorial.
Do not try too hard. Simply say whatever you want to say, no matter how much or how little time that may take.
Some people prefer to share a whole story or long anecdote. Others prefer a simple paw print, name and a short message. Whatever feels right for you will undoubtedly be the right choice.
Dog Memorial Stones and Plaques
Though a simple written obituary is enough for some people, most will prefer to have a place where they can physically go to remember their dearly departed friend. We have found it is easier to collect the dog memorial plaques and stones which we feel offer a nice choice for remembrance here.
If you want any advice or have any questions about which would be the best choice for you, or specific questions about the stone you have chosen, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
What should I include on my dog memorial?
A dog memorial stone can include anything from a nickname and paw print to an entire message, name and any other sort of remembrance you might feel is fitting. Unlike the rules for human gravestones, there are not any limits to what you add to your dog's grave.
You need to be absolutely sure that when you book a vet home visit that you're going to be getting care from someone that you can count on. You can see below what some of our clients have said about the support that we have given them :
Cooper was so majestic and playful. Making the decision to euthanize him was the hardest thing in my life. Looking back I think I would have made the same decision. He was in a lot of pain in his final days. Cloud 9 Vets made everything simple. They did the procedure and took care of the cremation and even the memorial I wanted for him. Thank you!
Discuss The Remembrance You Want to Make
You can talk with one of our Care Coordinators about memorialising your dog at any time. We keep our phone lines open between 7am and 8pm, 7 days a week, to provide the kind of support or assistance you need.