December 26, 2018
The Nottingham Post visited recently to take a look around.
The feature explains our bespoke individual cremation service.
Highlighting the way we operate to the highest standards and guarantee your pet will receive a genuine and respectful send-off.
You can read the article here:
December 24, 2018
Rita, John and Simon would like to thank everyone for their support over the past year.
We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Nottingham Pet Crematorium will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and News Year’s Day but we are working our usual hours over the rest of the holiday period.
December 17, 2018
People often ask about the services we provide. It is a difficult question to answer because we try to provide everyone with an individual service that fits their own personal requirements.
For Ollie, the 15 year old Yorkshire Terrier we provided a cremation and his owners Suzanne and Nick requested a scatter tube.
Ruth brought her cat Billy to us. She viewed him in the chapel and we were able to provide a cutting of hair in a beautiful lace bag.
Razor, the Staffie, was collected from a vets in Hucknall. We lovingly prepared him for viewing by the family where he was surrounded by silk flowers. Background music by Ian Gomez, the resident pianist at The Ritz in London, played in the chapel.
The family sent in this wonderful tribute:
“In loving memory of Razor, a king among Staffies.
A loving, caring, faithful friend and companion, with a huge personality that shone like the brightest of stars.
He gave so much and asked so little.
He leaves behind Roxy and will be reunited with his little friend Riley”.
They decided on a traditional dark wood casket with an engraved plaque.
We appreciate this is a very difficult time for everyone but we always do our best to provide the service you require for your beloved friends.
December 10, 2018
Eight year old Jessica visited recently to leave a card and a Remembrance Rock in memory of her two best friends.
She recently lost two dogs, a twelve-year-old labrador called Ellie and a fourteen-year-old Westie called Dizzy
The Remembrance Rock was made by Jessica at school as part of the World War 1 centenary commemorations but she thought it would nice to leave it in memory of her two pets as well.