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What NOT to do or say during the pet cremation process

By Pets at Rest Team | Nov 20, 2017

Death is a touchy subject. Some are comfortable, others cringe outwardly. Pet cremation after an animal companion passes away is a part of someone’s grieving process. Though some mean well, saying the wrong thing can just make the whole situation more difficult.   When your friend is going through this difficult period, don’t say any … Continued

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Handling your first holiday without your pet

By Pets at Rest Team | Nov 20, 2017

Your pet was a member of the family and always will be. You celebrated milestones and events with them but now they’re gone. Handling your first holiday without them is going to be tough but you can soldier on.   What can I do when I feel so hollow? This is a question lots of … Continued

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4 interesting articles about pet burials from around the web

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 13, 2017

‘Interesting’ and ‘pet burials’ aren’t usually two words you’d place in the same sentence, but we mananged to do it. We found some articles that range from the strange to the mysterious.   Archaeologists find rare pet cemetery in ancient Egypt by Forbes The ancient world, especially Egypt, never ceases to surprise. This burial site … Continued

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5 amazing pet stories that prove dog/cat/bird is man’s best friend (or not so much)

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 13, 2017

You can’t imagine living without your pet. Your pet can’t imagine living without you. We’ve gathered some stories from around the web ranging from the amazing to the downright hilarious. They prove that loyalty and love knows no boundaries (literally).   Capitan the German Shepherd Stands Guard by The Daily Mail The master dies but … Continued

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How much pet cremation costs

By Pets at Rest Team | Sep 29, 2017

Pet cremation costs certainly aren’t something pet owners like to think about, however, they’re necessary expenses. Pets at Rest Queensland offers services for cat cremation, dog cremation, and any other pet you’ve held near and dear. What do you get when you pay the pet cremation costs? It depends on the package you choose. We … Continued

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Questions about pet cremation

By Pets at Rest Team | Sep 26, 2017

Pet cremation is a confronting business to those who aren’t familiar with it. Pets at Rest Queensland, though, is well versed in the process. We’ve comforted many grieving families and pet owners. We’ve gone to their homes, answered their questions, and provided help in a time of need. We list some of the most frequently asked … Continued

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Ancient pet burials in Asia and Africa

By Pets at Rest Team | Sep 26, 2017

Domesticated animals have kept humans company for thousands of years. In the past, when their companion passed away, owners would give them a proper burial like any other member of their family. We list the unique ways people in Asia and Africa honour their companions through pet burials.   Egypt Animals were seen as manifestations … Continued

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Where’s the compassion when losing a pet

By Pets at Rest Team | Sep 20, 2017

The last time I cried was last year, after getting the call from Mum to tell me that our beloved Blue Heeler, Chelsea, had been put down. I’ve only cried on a handful of occasions in recent memory, including watching Toy Story 3 and the finale of Breaking Bad, among other, more vulnerable moments. Obviously, … Continued

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In loving memory of Poshy

By Pets at Rest Team | Jul 28, 2017

The Pets At Rest team realises the passing of a loved fur friend is very difficult and often brings to light life long memories and emotions about just how special that family member is.  Roger and Christina have kindly allowed us to share the memory of Poshy and their message of thanks to the team. … Continued

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