We Provide Pet Cremations
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What We Do
Here at Angels for Pets, we are passionate about providing our Rockhampton clients with ever-lasting memories of their beloved pets. We offer respectful pet cremations, ensuring we treat your pets with dignity and care. We understand dealing with the passing of your four-legged friend is stressful and overwhelming. That’s why we strive to help you on your journey by connecting you to our large network of support services.
Whether you want to spread your pet’s ashes in their favourite place or keep them stored in your home, a cremation is a meaningful way to remember your pet long after they’re gone. To speak to one of our friendly staff, call 0427 396 319.
How We Do It
At Angels for Pets, we offer four unique individual cremation packages to ensure we meet the needs of every pet owner. Our packages are as follows:
All the above packages can include a clipping of fur, a cremation certificate with photo, a paw print and more. We will collect your pet from your vet and return the ashes once the process is complete (weight limits of 60kg apply). Once we have collected the pet from the vet, we will send you an email confirmation. Invoices are sent within two days and cremation is provided upon the receipt of payment. The pet’s ashes will be returned to the vet within 10 – 12 business days after full payment has been received.
Our team will treat your pet as if it were our own. For more information, contact our team today!
Frequently Asked Questions
Each crematorium provides their own unique pet cremation services that may include a piece of the pet’s fur, a framed photograph, the pet’s ashes in a scatter box or urn, a cremation certificate, candles and much more.
Queensland pet owners are allowed to spread their pet’s ashes in public areas, providing that it does not cause a nuisance to other members of the public. In addition, the ashes must be scattered in an area that is not frequented by people and is away from water courses and waterways. Before scattering your pet’s ashes, it is important to check with the local council to ensure that there are no restrictions in place.
If stored in an airtight container, pet ashes can last for many years. It is important to keep the ashes in a dry and cool place to prevent them from decomposing. Storing them in an urn or a scatter box is recommended.
The best way to store pet ashes is in a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. It must also be kept away from sunlight and sources of heat. Most pet cremation services will store the ashes in an urn or a scatter box.