January 31, 2020
An interesting article appeared in the national press this week. It appears that vets do not always give the best advice when it comes to the options available when a pet passes away.
The article claims that to ensure your pet gets the send-off they deserve and to avoid paying an inflated price for a basic service, you should avoid just going with the service your vet offers you.
They recommend you call or visit your local pet crematorium to see what services they offer — ideally well before any sad time comes.
As well as fees, it is important to specifically ask how your pet will be transported, handled, stored, cremated and identified throughout.
You should be aware, that apart from the APPCC members (which we are), cremation sites are not independently inspected so services can vary hugely.
We are always happy to talk and try our best to meet your wishes. We welcome visitors and are happy to explain our procedures.
Please remember we offer your pet a dignified, respectful and totally individual service which we hope will give you some comfort and peace of mind at this sad time.
You can read the full article from the link below:
December 21, 2019
Rita, John and Simon would like to wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
We will be closed on December 25th, 26th and on January 1st.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
October 31, 2019
We appreciate the financial pressures around Christmas time.
To help pet loving owners, we would like to offer a 10% discount on the price of a cremation and our caskets from 1st November until 31st December 2019.
Please call us with your wishes. Our aim is to provide the bespoke service you require.
Rita, John & Simon
October 29, 2019
We appreciate all the cards and kind comments we receive. We understand that this is a very difficult time.
We try to support everyone and provide the personal service you need for your beloved pets.
Thank you all.
Love from Rita, John & Simon