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2-27-19 Slimline Granite Pet Marker Great Quality! Our little girls head stone is Beautiful ! And my husband and I are Very Pleased and would Highly Recommend this product to Anyone with a fur baby Cherie Thom

2-27-19 Deluxe Pink Small Pet Casket Great Quality! My husband and I are very pleased with this product. And we would Highly Recommend this to Anyone that has a fur baby Cherie Thom

2-26-19 Value Large White Pet Casket Making a sad time, better - Thank you to Pets We Loved for providing me such a nice pet casket for my 14 year old Boston Terrier, Maggie. To my surprise, the two national chains of pet stores don’t carry any kind of burial caskets for pets. So, I was faced with having to have my Maggie buried in a pet body bag, a cardboard box or creamation. Then I found Pets We Loved. They were able to provide me with an honorable and dignified pet casket that my Maggie, was most deserving of. I felt that I honored the memory of my best friend with a pet casket and I didn’t have deal with the thought of a pet body bag, a cardboard box or creamation. Thank you to Pets We Loved. Bill Thweatt

1-15-19 Value Small White Pet Casket Is a good product that overall appears to do what is advertised however, the adhesive is a little too narrow and stiff making it difficult to apply with really not much room for error. Instruction sheet could be better as well. David Freed

Don’t feel alone in losing a pet

Hello,
We very often speak to folks that feel no one else understands what they are going through when they lose a pet. That other people would think they are overreacting or being silly when they express remorse. Caring pet owners like myself and most folks that would read this blog can well understand how difficult it is to lose a pet. Don’t feel alone, you’re not. Not by a long stretch. Pets are dearly loved parts of the family and deserve being treated with respect, tolerance and love. When we lose a pet, it hurts - sometimes it hurts a real lot. When it feels like its too much to bear and it effects our well being or those around us, then it may be a good to search out a professional to speak with. I truly believe there’s nothing wrong with doing this. I am not a therapist or psychologist but only speak from experience. Sometimes reaching out to support groups can help. We have some articles from professional councilors and links to several Pet Support Hotlines
. I hope this information can be of help.
Thank you,
Steve Mondazzi
http://www.petsweloved.com/