Honoring Your Pet After It’s Passed Away. When a pet dies, it can be difficult to know what to say or do, to help the grieving process. This how-to guide to honoring your pet after it’s passed away will help you in the journey. I want to share some ideas on how you can memorialize your pet after they have passed.
The How-To Guide to Honoring Your Pet After It’s Passed Away
How do you keep your pet’s ashes?
It is important to know what you want to do with your pet’s ashes before you decide on a container. It can be hard to know what to do with the ashes of their beloved pet. The cremation process can be a difficult time for pet owners.
There are many different ways of storing ashes, some more popular than others. The most common way is to keep them in an urn.
Some people like to scatter the ashes of their pet on their property or at a special location that has special meaning for them and their pet.
There are also some people who like to keep the ashes of their pets in a memorial garden or place where they can visit them often.
Choosing an Urn for your pet’s ashes
There are many different urns that you can choose from, some are more practical than others. Urns range in price and have an endless variety of styles to choose from. When looking for an urn for your pet, you want to look for quality, timelessness, and most of all, something that memorializes the unique memory of your pet.
You will want an urn that is durable and not breakable so that it can last a long time. An urn will hold the ashes of your pet. Most people prefer having an urn that has a locked lid so they don’t have to worry about the ashes spilling out if they shake it or drop it.
Wooden cremation urns are a timeless and beautiful way to honor the memory of your beloved pet. Once you choose your urn, you can also add personalization to the urn through engraving or metal plaques. You can add your pet’s name, or even an etching of their picture so everyone who sees your urn can be reminded of your pet.
Once you choose your Urn, think about how you’d like to display it.
Some like to place their urn in a place of prominence in their home.
Some prefer to keep it private.
Some will choose to bury their urn.
What to Do When You Lose Your Pet
When you lose your pet, it can be a very difficult time. It is important to remember that you are not alone in this situation and there are many resources available to help. Your vet, groomer, or even a friend who has made decisions after the passing of a pet can be a great resource. Lean on them for support or to answer questions you might have.
There are no right or wrong answers to the way you grieve and memorialize your pet. The process is different for everyone, so it’s important that you do it in a way that makes you feel comfortable and helps you work through the grief process.
Heirloom Pet Urns, Handmade In The USA
Maple Nail Cremation Urns are handmade in the heart of America. I make each urn from start to finish using the skills I acquired over the years as a hobby wood-craftsman. Attention to detail is key with every Urn I create, as I respect the fact that this is a very important purchase you are making.
I don’t just make urns to ship out as many as possible. I have a heart to create something that I know you’ll cherish for years to come and I take that responsibility very seriously. I want you to receive your pet’s urn, open the box, and smell, feel, and see that this was created uniquely and specifically for you in this difficult time.
The Importance of Saying Farewell Like You Mean It
Saying goodbye properly is an important part of life. Whether it’s a loved one, or your pet, we need to say farewell with sincerity and grace. When we don’t do this, we can often feel regret and guilt for not saying what we wanted to say.
We need to be able to say goodbye the right way so that we can move on and live our lives with positivity and hope. It is my goal to help you say farewell properly. I’m honored to play a small part in this difficult process.
What are the best ways to cope with the loss of a pet?
Pet loss is a difficult time for anyone, but there are many ways to cope with the loss.
- The first thing that you should do is take some time to grieve. You may not be ready to move on right away, and that’s okay.
- The second thing that you can do is look for other pets in your area. Perhaps you can find a new friend who will make the pain of losing your old one less intense.
- The third thing you can do is volunteer at an animal shelter or donate money to help animals in need. This will make you feel like your contribution was worthwhile, and it will also help animals who are still alive.
Remember, there is no right or wrong in the process of honoring your pet that has passed. Work at your own pace, and be present in the process. Don’t worry about rules or guidelines, just take suggestions and do what feels comfortable. Remember the love you have for your pet and how much they loved you. These memories will keep your pet alive in your heart for a lifetime.