Finding the right pet cremation funeral service can be confusing. This checklist will help you choose a pet crematorium during this difficult period.
Today is Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day. And in honour of those pet companions who have gone, we celebrate and remember the lives that they lived.
Once your pet has passed on there are different ways of remembering them. Taxidermy might not immediately spring to mind, however if you wish to capture your pet in a favourite pose it might be an option to consider.
Cremation is a versatile way to remember your pet. You can choose to use their ashes in a number of ways.
Deciding what to do with your pet once they have gone is a personal choice. Read on to find out if burial might be right for your pet.
Our Evergreen Range of Pet Urns are Sustainable and Fully Biodegradable. They are Perfect for Scattering, Repatriation of Ashes, Interment, and as Keepsakes.
Today 19th July 2021, the UK Government has confirmed that most legal restrictions to control Covid-I9 will be lifted. Pet Divine will continue to limit close contact with people who do not share a household. COVID-19 has not gone away, so it’s important that we prioritise the health and safety of those we come in contact with.
Pets play an important part in our lives.
They are our companions, playmates, friends and support.
Being an integral part of our family, when they are gone, we feel their absence keenly.
Having a pet is a great boost to a person’s physical, mental health and wellbeing.
Taking care of pet is a big responsibility, as the saying goes pets are for life, not just for Christmas – or in this current climate, a pandemic impulse.