Pet Cemeteries & Cremation Services in Southwest Ohio
Here are some resources that may be helpful for pets end-of-life journeys. These are a few pet cemetery and cremation services in Southwest Ohio.
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We were founded to care for both the medical and emotional needs of pets and their families on their end-of-life journeys. We are more than a mobile medical program; we are a compassionate support team who have experienced your pain and want to ensure a soft transition for you and your pet.
Faithful Friends Pet Memory Center is a place where pet owners can turn for help during the loss of a beloved pet. We facilitate all arrangements needed to provide a loving and respectful end to your faithful friend’s life. This begins with the prompt and loving pickup of your loved one, whether at home or the vet's office. Your beloved pet will not spend several days waiting for the attention they deserve. They will be wrapped in a soft warm blanket and brought to our location where they will be safe and taken care of with love. We then work with you to finalize all the arrangements in a delicate and loving manner working within your comfort zone. Faithful Friends Pet Memory Center provides care to pet owners and their pets in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati area.
Pines Pet Cemetery and Cremation Center
Pines Pet Cemetery was opened in 1966 by Henry Biederman, who operated a strawberry farm on the site and would bury his pets and the pets of family and friends on the grounds. In 1978, Jean and Tom Lawton (aunt and uncle of the current owner Shannon Wood), purchased the business and had the land deeded as a cemetery, meaning it could never revert to any other use. Wood purchased the cemetery from her relatives in 1997 and has been the owner ever since.
To provide caring and quality service for grieving pet owners and the pets that have been entrusted in our care.
To educate our clients that it is normal to grieve the loss of a pet, and that dignified final care can help their recovery.