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How to Get Started With Designing a Pet Memorial Garden in Your Backyard

By Pets at Rest Team | Nov 24, 2020

Bidding a last goodbye to your pet can be as painful as saying a final goodbye to any other loved one. A funeral is what you may arrange in such a case to pay the last tribute to your pets. But beyond pet cremation, you can also consider building a memorial garden for them to immortalise … Continued

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Should You Store Your Pet’s Remains in an Urn?

By Pets at Rest Team | Nov 24, 2020

The death of a pet is one of the most heart-wrenching moments for pet owners. Cremation has emerged as a widely acceptable choice for pet remains. The main reason behind this is that the conventional methods of resting like burial will require land. Also, there is no guarantee that the grave will not be tampered … Continued

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Signs your dog may be ageing

By Pets at Rest Team | Nov 17, 2020

Ageing is a fact of life. It might be something that we can accept for ourselves, but a little harder to deal with when it comes to our pets. Different dogs age at different rates, so it’s important to keep an eye out for signs that your best mate might be slowing down. Changes in … Continued

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Talking to your kids about a deceased pet and helping them heal

By Pets at Rest Team | Nov 3, 2020

The death of a cherished companion can be a tremendously heartbreaking and emotional time for your family. As adults, our maturity and life experience allows us to cope with such heavy losses through a natural resilience and a willingness to move forward. For children, the loss of a pet can be confusing, distressing and a … Continued

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Pet Cremation and Burial: Deciding What’s Best for You and Your Pet

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 23, 2020

Pets become an integral member of their owners’ lives. But, when pets say goodbye forever to their owners, it can take months and even years to overcome the loss. You may opt for pet funeral services when faced with such a tragic loss. Pets offer you emotional support and bring down your stress and loneliness … Continued

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3 Things to Do With Your Pets Cremated Ashes

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 23, 2020

It is natural to be heart-broken when a beloved pet dies suddenly. Pet owners have to consider the several pet burial alternatives while coping with the tragic loss of their pet. Pet owners share huge love and a strong bond with their pets. A pet is not just a pet but becomes an integral member … Continued

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5 Tips to Take Care of Your Senior Dog

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 7, 2020

Aging is a natural part of our life. Similarly, any animal, including dogs, also grows and becomes a senior. These old dogs often require more special treatment and care than young dog. As dogs become old, they start becoming slow, and their hearing and sight also become less sharp. Not all dogs are considered seniors … Continued

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Getting a New Pet after the Loss of a Pet: How to Know If You’re Ready

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 7, 2020

Having a pet is extremely special and rewarding. Having a special bond with an animal always brings happiness and joy into a person’s life, but because of their shorter life span, you know how it will end. Losing a pet is extremely difficult and it often requires a lot of time to come to terms … Continued

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How To Memorialise Your Pet

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 6, 2020

Losing a pet is always hard. One day your loyal companion is by your side and the next, they’re not. It’s a tough time, but it doesn’t have to end there. It can be very beneficial to honour your pet’s memory with a memorial of some sort. Consider these special ways to honour your late … Continued

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