Pet Cremation With Compassion    
603 4th Street, Wheatland CA 95692
530-377-9709                     
HeavensGatePMC@gmail.com  

PET CREMATION COSTS

How do I know that I am getting my pet’s ashes back?

How do I know that I am getting my pet’s ashes back? 10/17/2016 I get asked this question continually and it is one of the most important. The fact of the matter is that as someone whom has recently lost a beloved family member, the last thing that you need to deal with is an uncertainty about what really happened to your pets remains. This is the final act of kindness and Love that you get to show to your beloved friend and it should never be taken lightly. First of all, you should be able to visit the shop where your pet cremation will be taking place. Is it neat? Clean and comfortable?Is the person whom you were comfortable with on the phone the one whom is actually running the shop and is going to be the one handling your beloved pet from start to finish? Do they show compassion for you, your situation and your pet? Are they passionate about their job and the service that they are providing? Does the cremation equipment have individual chambers so that your pet is actually separated from others during the cremation process?You need to be satisfied within yourself that the place that you trust to carry out this final act of love will not only give you your pets ashes back. But will also treat them with dignity, respect and love throughout the entire process. We started Heaven’s Gate Pet Memorial Center for this very reason. We are Compassionate about pets and those who love their pets. I strive to make every client confident that they had the best service possible for their beloved friend. My greatest reward is when all is said and done, that I helped someone through this difficult time. How do I know that I am getting my pet’s ashes back? 10/17/2016 I get asked this question continually and it is one of the most important. The fact of the matter is that as someone whom has recently lost a beloved family member, the last thing that you need to deal with is an uncertainty about what really happened to your pets remains. This is the final act of kindness and Love that you get to show to your beloved friend and it should never be taken lightly. First of all, you should be able to visit the shop where your pet cremation will be taking place. Is it neat? Clean and comfortable?Is the person whom you were comfortable with on the phone the one whom is actually running the shop and is going to be the one handling your beloved pet from start to finish? Do they show compassion for you, your situation and your pet? Are they passionate about their job and the service that they are providing? Does the cremation equipment have individual chambers so that your pet is actually separated from others during the cremation process?You need to be satisfied within yourself that the place that you trust to carry out this final act of love will not only give you your pets ashes back. But will also treat them with dignity, respect and love throughout the entire process. We started Heaven’s Gate Pet Memorial Center for this very reason. We are Compassionate about pets and those who love their pets. I strive to make every client confident that they had the best service possible for their beloved friend. My greatest reward is when all is said and done, that I helped someone through this difficult time.

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Handling Your Pet’s Remains – How to Make the Best Choice

As a pet owner, making the painful decision of euthanizing your pet is only made worse when you have to decide what you should do with their body afterwards.Since this isn’t something that many pet owners think about before the final farewell, often the decision is made hastily, one that many regret later.Nevertheless, while you may be facing the death of your beloved pet, they truly need a resting place that reflects your love for them. Here, we discuss three of the most common ceremonies pet owners can opt for. Three Options Pet Owners Can Choose From Home Burial Burying your pet’s remains in your family garden can help in coping with the loss. By burying them close to home, you can also hold a memorial service to celebrate your pet’s life. And in time, you can also plant a grave marker, or a tree in memory of them. However, make sure you have the permission to do so. Many cities do not permit home burials because of health hazards. Also, since you cannot be sure whether the grave you’ve dug is deep enough, it may cause issues for you later on. Cemetery Burial Many states have cemeteries that offer burial services exclusively for pets. This option is usually chosen by those who want to have a formal burial, instead of a backyard burial. These cemeteries ensure that your pet’s grave will be undisturbed, no matter where you go. However, pet cemeteries can be very costly, so unless you have enough money to pay for your pet’s euthanization as well as their burial, you may need to choose another option. Cremation Services If you want to keep your pet’s remains with you, or if you want to take them someplace they especially loved, you can have their remains cremated. An advantage of opting for cremation services is that this removes any future concerns that you would have had for your pet’s remains. And if you want to give your pet a special farewell, you can choose an urn from a variety available for their ashes, and scatter them so that they are now symbolically free. Pet cremation Oroville CA services such as Heaven’s Gate PMC  offer respectful services. If you opt for cremation for your pet, hiring us will be the best choice.Make the right decision when you choose to depart from your pet, and give them a farewell they so richly deserve.

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Understanding Pet Cremation – Why You Should Choose this Service

The grief of losing a pet is acute. But the one thing that is even more upsetting is when you have to take care of their remains without knowing what you should really be doing.For a long time, the process of dealing with the remains of a deceased pet was usually burying them in the backyard of a family home.But with newer methods of allowing pet owners to stay close to their companions, many are turning to services such as cremation.

Read More »

How do I know that I am getting my pet’s ashes back?

How do I know that I am getting my pet’s ashes back? 10/17/2016 I get asked this question continually and it is one of the most important. The fact of the matter is that as someone whom has recently lost a beloved family member, the last thing that you need to deal with is an uncertainty about what really happened to your pets remains. This is the final act of kindness and Love that you get to show to your beloved friend and it should never be taken lightly. First of all, you should be able to visit the shop where your pet cremation will be taking place. Is it neat? Clean and comfortable?Is the person whom you were comfortable with on the phone the one whom is actually running the shop and is going to be the one handling your beloved pet from start to finish? Do they show compassion for you, your situation and your pet? Are they passionate about their job and the service that they are providing? Does the cremation equipment have individual chambers so that your pet is actually separated from others during the cremation process?You need to be satisfied within yourself that the place that you trust to carry out this final act of love will not only give you your pets ashes back. But will also treat them with dignity, respect and love throughout the entire process. We started Heaven’s Gate Pet Memorial Center for this very reason. We are Compassionate about pets and those who love their pets. I strive to make every client confident that they had the best service possible for their beloved friend. My greatest reward is when all is said and done, that I helped someone through this difficult time. How do I know that I am getting my pet’s ashes back? 10/17/2016 I get asked this question continually and it is one of the most important. The fact of the matter is that as someone whom has recently lost a beloved family member, the last thing that you need to deal with is an uncertainty about what really happened to your pets remains. This is the final act of kindness and Love that you get to show to your beloved friend and it should never be taken lightly. First of all, you should be able to visit the shop where your pet cremation will be taking place. Is it neat? Clean and comfortable?Is the person whom you were comfortable with on the phone the one whom is actually running the shop and is going to be the one handling your beloved pet from start to finish? Do they show compassion for you, your situation and your pet? Are they passionate about their job and the service that they are providing? Does the cremation equipment have individual chambers so that your pet is actually separated from others during the cremation process?You need to be satisfied within yourself that the place that you trust to carry out this final act of love will not only give you your pets ashes back. But will also treat them with dignity, respect and love throughout the entire process. We started Heaven’s Gate Pet Memorial Center for this very reason. We are Compassionate about pets and those who love their pets. I strive to make every client confident that they had the best service possible for their beloved friend. My greatest reward is when all is said and done, that I helped someone through this difficult time.

Read More »

Handling Your Pet’s Remains – How to Make the Best Choice

As a pet owner, making the painful decision of euthanizing your pet is only made worse when you have to decide what you should do with their body afterwards.Since this isn’t something that many pet owners think about before the final farewell, often the decision is made hastily, one that many regret later.Nevertheless, while you may be facing the death of your beloved pet, they truly need a resting place that reflects your love for them. Here, we discuss three of the most common ceremonies pet owners can opt for. Three Options Pet Owners Can Choose From Home Burial Burying your pet’s remains in your family garden can help in coping with the loss. By burying them close to home, you can also hold a memorial service to celebrate your pet’s life. And in time, you can also plant a grave marker, or a tree in memory of them. However, make sure you have the permission to do so. Many cities do not permit home burials because of health hazards. Also, since you cannot be sure whether the grave you’ve dug is deep enough, it may cause issues for you later on. Cemetery Burial Many states have cemeteries that offer burial services exclusively for pets. This option is usually chosen by those who want to have a formal burial, instead of a backyard burial. These cemeteries ensure that your pet’s grave will be undisturbed, no matter where you go. However, pet cemeteries can be very costly, so unless you have enough money to pay for your pet’s euthanization as well as their burial, you may need to choose another option. Cremation Services If you want to keep your pet’s remains with you, or if you want to take them someplace they especially loved, you can have their remains cremated. An advantage of opting for cremation services is that this removes any future concerns that you would have had for your pet’s remains. And if you want to give your pet a special farewell, you can choose an urn from a variety available for their ashes, and scatter them so that they are now symbolically free. Pet cremation Oroville CA services such as Heaven’s Gate PMC  offer respectful services. If you opt for cremation for your pet, hiring us will be the best choice.Make the right decision when you choose to depart from your pet, and give them a farewell they so richly deserve.

Read More »

Understanding Pet Cremation – Why You Should Choose this Service

The grief of losing a pet is acute. But the one thing that is even more upsetting is when you have to take care of their remains without knowing what you should really be doing.For a long time, the process of dealing with the remains of a deceased pet was usually burying them in the backyard of a family home.But with newer methods of allowing pet owners to stay close to their companions, many are turning to services such as cremation.

Read More »