LOSS OF YOUR BELOVED PET
If you find yourself facing the heartbreak of losing your beloved family pet, understanding your options for final care can provide some much needed comfort.
We understand that transporting a pet after life can be difficult for many people. We offer home pickup, certificate of private cremation, a paw print in soft clay and the return of your pet's ashes in a beautiful urn.
Many pet owners today are choosing pet cremation as a respectful final care solution. You may choose to keep your companion near you or honor a favorite place you and your pet enjoyed. Pet cremation has become the most popular alternative for pet owners seeking respectful options in final care.
Pet cremation is a compassionate, dignified and respectful way to honor a member of your family.
We believe that every pet deserves to be handled with dignity, care and respect.
David Haarsager, Director
May 22, 2014
Thank you so much for fast posting Mocha and Latte's pictures on your website. I am truly amazed and appreciated the kind and genuine service that you have provided and am very, very greatful that I found you to help me out. Your respect of pets and respectful ways of handling them and comforting services do tell a lot about you, that you truly provide this service from the bottom of your heart and I really appreciate this. I would highly recommend you to anyone from Seattle who would need such service. You do put a huge peace of mind for me.
Many, many, many thanks to you and Dr. Peterson. God Bless!!
June 30, 2013
I just wanted to thank you again so much for your help in my time of need.
My 16 year old cat, Little Girl, was in the last stages of dying and I really wanted to let her pass at home in familiar surroundings.
I had all but given up finding someone to come out to my home that I could actually afford. By the grace of God I found your website and called you when I saw that one of the services you offered was for at-home euthanasia. Fortunately for me, Dr. Victoria was available and you sent her out to my home.
I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect person to come and help in my and Little Girl’s time of need. Dr. Peterson came to my home and was here within an hour. She was kind, caring and compassionate. She didn’t rush the process – even though she had somewhere else to be in a couple of hours, she sat on the floor with me and Little Girl and allowed us the time we needed to go through her final moments on this earth. She helped me handle Little Girl’s passing with dignity and respect.
I really feel that the Universe (or God) brought you and Dr. Peterson in my life that day, and I’ve told everybody who asked about Little Girl’s passing about your kindness, help and compassion and about Dr. Peterson’s kindness and gentleness. Being able to let my Little Girl die in peace at her own home meant so much. It is truly the first time I have been able to assist in a pet’s passing without feeling tremendous guilt. I just felt her and I were surrounded by love and compassion. I can’t thank you enough.
I really appreciate the services you offer. I have told everybody who will listen and passed on yours and Dr. Peterson’s information (website link) to several people already. It’s nice to know that people like you are out there to help during their time of need. You are truly a god-send.
Best regards and thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart,
Little Girl’s “mom”
I can't express enough how much your company's services mean to us in helping us say 'good-bye' to Jay (Jay Bird). She came into our lives after my Dad passed away, and now they are reunited.
Your ability to empathize with us when you picked up the body allowed me to know that it was okay to grieve at our loss. You handled all the explanations in a professional manner but with compassion. The blog/obituary for Jay was both emotional and comforting to see. You arranged the pictures beautifully. Every picture holds a story.
When you returned Jay's ashes and the heart-shaped memorial impression, it was very emotional. I had wished that I had asked you to include impressions of Jay's feet. As I opened up the plastic that held the clay, I saw the foot imprints framing the impression of her head. The box with Jay's ashes is in a prominent place in our home now, along with the cremation certificate. The feathers that you saved for us are going to be cast in resin with 12 feathers that I found.
I'm sorry that I couldn't thank you properly when you returned Jay's ashes. I will recommend you to anyone that I know who has a furry/feathery member of the family that passes on.
P.S. Today my Dad would have been 91.
Just wanted you to know that we really appreciated your services today and will recommend you highly to all our friend who may need your services. You and Dr Peterson were so nice and made the event so much earier. Thank you so much.
Beckie (Lucky's mom)
Posted @ Monday, May 14, 2012 12:49 AM by Shawn
David, I want you to know how much I appreciate your service. You and Victoria made the experience as comfortable as it could possibly be. Thank you for your compassion, sympathy, understanding and care. You are a special person. Please don't stop what you do. Thank you, Shawn
Thank you for your kind words David. You and your company really do provide an invaluable service. Ozzborn was my pride and joy baby boy. His life was great and I hope I did enough for him. He was totally obsessed with playing ball/fetch and had more focus on such subject than any other dog or human could possibly imagine. I will miss him dearly. Thank you. I love you Ozzborn!!!
Thank you David for providing this service. I had a bad experience going through a previous vet for our 14 year cat that passed away. And you were very thoughtful and understanding in all my distress over Cleo's untimely accident. I planted sunflowers today in her favorite garden patch and she will be dearly missed even though she was with us for such a short time.
Marley will always be in our hearts, we loved him so dearly! He brought the sunshine to our days. We want to thank you David for being so compassionate in our time of grieving. We wouldn't have wanted anyone else to handle him.