Today nearly every major city in the United States, has a Pet Cemetery, most of them founded fairly recently because of growing pet-burial legal restrictions imposed by city health departments and because of the inhumane aspects of some city pet-disposal programs.
1 week ago
By: gwen k. | yelp
The address shown is not the entrance address.
I had to make several turns around the block to find it.
The sign was hidden amongst other signs which...
3 months ago
By: Ashley Flynn | google
They are really kind and understanding and let you visit your pet while they're in line for cremation. They really help with the grieving process.
5 months ago
By: Johnny R. | yelp
Having to say good bye to my four legged family member had been one of the toughest things to do after having her 16 years by our side. It's the cycle of...
6 months ago
I've been coming to you for over 20 years for services and wouldn't go anywhere else.
Thank you so much
7 months ago
By: Joyce A. | yelp
Anyone who's had a pet for any length of time inevitably grows deeply attached to the pet, some even calling them fur babies.
Our family had made the very...
8 months ago
over a year ago
By: Sonia Reynoso | google
My best friend picky (dog) passed and I was devastated, but thanks to the caring and compassionate people at pet heaven it gave me peace and closer...thank you
over a year ago
By: Ana Fisette | google
My friend Tom Jones sister own this place is great!. They took care of my Pet Elvis and my son dog Cloe. Dr. Jansen animal hospital used them.