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5 Signs Your Cat Is Stressed

By Pets at Rest Team | Jan 22, 2021

Cats may experience stress and fear during some situations and especially when changes take place in their lives. They are no different from human beings and may not welcome changes or certain situations in their lives. Pet lovers are quite fond of their cats and find cat cremation difficult to deal with. Pet owners leave … Continued

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Saying Final Goodbye to Your Pet at Home

By Pets at Rest Team | Jan 22, 2021

Nowadays, most pet owners prefer to say final goodbye to their pets in their own home. Cremation for pets is a painful thing for pet lovers and it may take months and years to overcome the sadness caused by pets’ death. The unwell pet may endure immense pain and stress during visits to vets. And … Continued

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How to Give Pet First Aid for Common Injuries

By Pets at Rest Team | Jan 6, 2021

Owning a pet is one of the best feelings ever but along with it comes responsibility and a sense of duty. From studying their behaviour to meeting their needs, pet parents need to take care of all of it. Most importantly, you have to know how important pet first aid is. No owner is looking … Continued

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The Causes and Symptoms of Pet Diabetes and Ways to Manage It

By Pets at Rest Team | Jan 6, 2021

A pet can be a best friend and lifelong partner. They are loved but when they leave us, pet cremation services can be heartbreaking. Just like humans they also have to deal with different illnesses and diseases. One such is pet diabetes. Though it might sound dangerous, with proper care and timely treatment diabetes too … Continued

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When Is The Right Time To Say Goodbye?

By Pets at Rest Team | Dec 14, 2020

Sickness, injury, or old age. These are often the final battles we fight for our beloved pets. Being confronted with the decision to let them pass-on is one of the most painful experiences a pet owner may go through. This is Mandy’s story. Mandy’s mum Bec says, “We adopted Mandy when she was already 10 … Continued

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End-of-Life Options for Pets

By Pets at Rest Team | Dec 9, 2020

Saying goodbye to your pet is always a hard and heartfelt time for you and your family, and while very difficult, the burden of distress is often eased by making decisions about how to keep their memory close to your heart and home. To many of us, our pets are our friends, they are family, … Continued

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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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