After one of your pet dogs passes on, you’ll have a few choices for afterlife care services and keepsakes. Gentle Pet Crossing utilizes aquamation for pets, which is cremation aided by water. As such, you’ll be able to retain more of your dog’s remains, since cremation by fire causes a heavier loss. There is also […]
There are many more pets available than the typical cats and dogs. Many families may not be able to get cats or dogs due to limited space, allergies, or limitations and rules in leases. In such cases, families may look to alternatives, like gerbils, hamsters, birds, and fish. Fish in particular are good pets for […]
Now more than ever, we should be paying careful attention to the impact we have on the environment. This can stretch from how we manage our energy and resources in daily life all the way to how we care for our pets after they’ve passed away. Many individuals like to cremate their pets; it’s a […]
Pets become part of our families. They are our confidants, our snuggle buddies, our furbabies. We’re with them through thick and thin, we take them to the park. We take them on playdates with other dogs. They come on summer break with us. We take them to the doctor when they’re sick. Sometimes, they even […]
Saying good-bye to a beloved pet is never easy but when the worst comes to pass, it can be difficult to decide what to do next. It can be harder if the available forms of pet afterlife care are directly against your beliefs, especially if you’re Jewish. Aquamation just might be the kosher burial alternative […]
What Sets Jupiter Veterinary Center Apart? Jupiter Veterinary Center isn’t your run-of-the-mill general practice facility. The clinic is outfitted with state-of-the-art technology including a hospital-grade HEPA air filtration system. They also have a pressurized surgery room, two ventilators and intensive care units, as well as exam rooms.
Aquamation, or alkaline hydrolysis, is a wonderful way to honor your pet’s memory in a way that is good for your pet, yourself and the planet. Traditional cremation leaves you with fewer remains and pollutes the environment with toxins. Aquamation is the process by which human and pet remains are dissolved with a combination of heat, […]