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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

Tradition and Choices

Tradition and Choices

After being in the pet memorials business for over seven years now,  I've found that there is a very distinct difference amongst pet owners - those that would never cremate and ones that would never have a burial - and almost never anyone on the fence between the two.  Maybe those that bury were brought up strict Catholic, not sure.  Up here in New England, where there is still a strong traditional Catholic population, there are still a significant amount of human burials versus cremations.  And out in the western part of the country, it’s the opposite where there is a growing trend in cremations.  People will tend to follow the same traditions as their family when it comes to caring for their pets.  And that has proven true as a majority of pet casket orders have been for the east coast and mid-west Bible belt areas versus strong pet urn sales out west.

But there is one constant amongst the pet owners I’ve spoken to, they're all devastated by the loss of their pet.  Regardless if the passing was expected or sudden, no difference – the pain is the same. We listen and we help them memorialize their pet however they would like. But more importantly, we understand - we have buried 2 beloved cats and cremated a sorely missed dog.  Just about 2 yrs ago, we lost our beloved Choc Lab, Bailey - I'm still not over it. I sell pet urns and still can't bear to pick one out for her. Maybe someday…

We have a new dog, a 2 yr old black lab Mandie.  My wife “adopted” her from a rescue group in Indiana.  She was living on the street and needed a home. I was resistant to having another dog after we lost Bailey and I’m still having trouble accepting her.  Again, maybe someday..