Pet Memorial Guidance & Information
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Pet Memorial Product Information:
- Pet Memorials
- Pet Cremation Vessels
- Pet Cremation Facts
- Selecting a Pet Urn Size
- Pet Keepsake Jewelry
- Pet Burial Caskets
- Pet Memorial Keepsakes
- Grave Markers for Pets
- Headstones for Pets
- Pet Grave Marker Pictures
- Displaying Pet Pictures
- Dog Themed Ash Urns
- Cat Cremation Ash Urns
- Selecting Between Pet Urn Types
- How Large Should my Pet Urn Be?
- Choosing the right Cremation Urn for your Pet
Pet Grief and Support:
- Pet Loss
- Grieving Over A Pet
- Pet Memorial Ideas
- Pet Memorial Advanced Planning
- Pet Epitaphs
- Helping Loved Ones Through Pet Loss Grief
- Animal Memorials
- Children and Pet Loss
- Pets are People Too
Pets & Us:
- Reasons to Memorialize your Pets
- Famous Pets Memorialized
- Our Best Friend
- Memorializing Ferrets
- Display Ideas for Pet Memorials
- Rainbow Bridge
- Unusual Pets
- Keeping Pet Memorials Discreet
- Is There A Pet Heaven?
- Human and Pet Burial Together
- Other Cultures and Pet Funerals
Interesting Facts about Pets:
- Religion and Pet Cremation
- When to Euthanize Your Pet
- Pet Cremation
- Pet Funerals
- Pet Cemeteries
- Rules for Pet Burials
Pet Memorials, Pet Urns & Pet Guidance Tips
Pet Memorials are a growing trend that is proving to be a great comfort for people of all ages, and from all backgrounds, who have lost a beloved pet. Experts in a variety of disciplines -- ranging from veterinary medicine to psychology to art and literature -- are becoming more adamant with each passing year that grieving the loss of a pet is naturally often as difficult as grieving the loss of a beloved family member. And, as that fact becomes increasingly accepted by society at large, pet memorial products are only becoming more and more common and popular.
Pet memorials come in a very large number of shapes, sizes, styles and types. In general, most any memorial product available for humans is also available in a model intended strictly for pets. Today’s pet memorial industry includes pet caskets, pet cremation urn, pet headstones, pet cremation jewelry, pet picture displays, and more. All of these are readily available for fast shipment to just about any address in the United States, and a large percentage of the products costs well less than $100. There is truly something that is uniquely suited for remembering and paying fitting tribute to most any pet who was beloved by a family.
That is not to say that even more sophisticated pet memorial products are unavailable. Pet memorials of all types are can be found ready to ship from talented artists who have used the most elaborate of designs and tools. These are not necessarily inexpensive, but they are becoming increasingly popular as a way to make sure the happy memories brought to a family by a beloved pet will stay alive for generations. Again, there is truly something for every memorial need when it comes to pet memorial products.
One of the popular features of many pet memorials is a reference to the legend of The Rainbow Bridge. This story, whose origins are very much uncertain, tells of a special place just outside of Heaven where beloved pets go to live after death. When a pet’s owner then dies, he or she has a first stop on the way to Heaven: the land just over the Rainbow Bridge to meet his faithful friend. This comforting tale has soothed grieving pet owners of all ages for perhaps centuries. So it’s fitting that many pet memorials incorporate it into their design in various ways. Some pet memorials use the phrase “Rainbow Bridge” directly (as in a grave markers epitaph that reads, “Passed over the Rainbow Bridge” for example), and still others incorporate the story much more subtly. Several popular pet cremation urns, for example, feature elaborate designs in all the colors of a rainbow. This is a clear reference to the rainbow bridge story.
When deciding whether to purchase a pet memorial product -- or when choosing one that will be the perfect fit - it is important to keep in mind the growing amount of literature from experts who say that grieving a pet is quite normal. In today’s world many people are still accustomed to advising grieving pet owners to “move on” or “get over it,” but , fortunately, experts understand that that is often much easier said than done. When a pet dies, the owner can naturally be expected to visit each stage of the grieving process in much the same way he or she would if a loved one had died. This is simply just part of human psychology. And pet memorials are intended to help sooth this difficult pain of grieving. They are no substitute for a full line-up of expert help when needed, but, clearly, a large number of experts will recommend pet memorials to those who are suffering from grief.
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