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Where Do You Put a Pet Urn?

If you have ever lost a beloved pet, then you understand how important it is to honor the life and memories that you created with your furry companion. Some people choose to bury their animals, but others prefer cremation. This option gives you the opportunity to have a special place…...

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How Do You Remember a Dead Pet?

How Do You Remember a Dead Pet? When you lose a beloved pet, it can feel like the loss of a close family member. After all, that furry companion likely provided you with comfort, friendship and emotional support. For many pet owners, deciding how to remember, honor or memorialize a…...

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The Importance of a Pet Loss Support Group

Grief experiences are as unique as people. The feelings of loss, following the death of a beloved pet, can be equal to or greater than the grief experience after losing a friend or loved one. The skilled staff at Paws, Whiskers & Wags Pet Crematory in Atlanta, Covington, and Charlotte…...

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Dealing with Pet Loss: Volunteer with a Pet Rescue Organization

After the death of a beloved pet, many people may feel lost about how to move forward in the recovery process. It is important to take the time to fully mourn the loss of your pet. The team at Paws, Whiskers & Wags, Your Pet Crematory understands that loss. One…...

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How Much Does It Cost To Cremate a Dog?

Losing your best friend and trusted companion is never easy, and deciding what to do with your beloved pet’s remains is just as difficult. However, you probably want to do so in a respectful manner, which is why you may be considering cremation. Many people assume that it is very…...

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Is It Better To Bury or Cremate Your Pet?

When a beloved pet passes on, you are faced with the difficult decision of what to do with the remains. You probably want to honor the life of your dog, cat or other animal, but what is the best way to do so? In general, your two options are cremation…...

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Helpful Tips for Senior Pets

Just like people, pets need a little extra medical attention and care as they grow older. Given the right diet, exercise, and veterinary care, senior pets can live long and happy lives. While all pets are different, most cats and dogs are considered to be geriatric at age seven. Find…...

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Positive Ways to Grieve the Loss of a Pet

As everyone at Paws, Whiskers & Wags well knows, the feelings of loss and sadness after losing a beloved pet can be overwhelming. As you begin the process of grieving for your pet, it is often helpful to channel your emotions into positive avenues. Not only can doing something positive…...

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Should You See a Pet Loss Counselor?

When a beloved pet passes away, the experience can feel acutely painful. Pet moms and dads often develop very close bonds with their fur babies. When these precious ones pass away, the owner/family may experience intense grief that not everyone will fully understand. Anyone who has lost a pet may…...

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Why It’s Important to Mourn for Your Pet

If you have ever owned a pet, you know that pets are more than just animals. A pet is a member of your family who provides unconditional love and companionship. When a pet passes away, it is only natural to go through the stages of grief. Mourning for your pet…...

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