Remembering Our Pets With Keepsake Pet Urns

by Alex Johnson February 09, 2018 2 min read

Whether you have already lost a pet or are preparing for the loss, dealing with a loss is never easy.  Losing a pet can be as traumatic for the owners as losing a family member.  Many pet owners find that memorializing their beloved pets can help them through the healing process.  A very comforting method for preserving a pet’s memory is with a cremation urn. 

At Get Urns, we produce a wide variety of pet urns to fit the personality of your beloved pet.  Your pet had a unique character in life and deserves a perfect cremation urn for ashes that’s just as unique.  We hope that finding the right cremation urn for your pet will give you the perfect final resting place for your dearest companion.  

Honoring your pet with a personalized cremation urn is a loving way to cherish your pet’s memory.  Get Urns guarantees that all of our unique pet urns have been checked thoroughly before they are shipped to you to ensure top quality condition upon delivery.  With a wide selection of urns to choose from, you will have no trouble finding the perfect urn for your treasured pet.

Dogs

Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and for that reason, so do dog cremation urns.  Just as your pet had a unique personality in life, the urn you choose should be as well.  But there are some thoughts to keep in mind when you purchase a pet urn.  Consider the size of your pet.  Urns are not one-size-fits-all.  They are made to fit a certain capacity of ashes.  If you overfill an urn, you run the risk of spilling or breaking.  Once you’ve narrowed down your search using size, next think about your dog’s personality.  With a variety of shapes, sizes and designs of urns, see if there is an urn that matches the unique qualities of your pet.  Lastly, think about where you want to keep your urn.  If it’s outside, go for a durable, weather-ready urn.  If you’ll keep it inside, feel free to choose a more delicate urn to commemorate your treasured dog.

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Cats

Cats are truly adored by their owners and losing your cat leaves a large void in your home.  Memorializing your cat with a cremation urn helps the healing process and offers a final resting place for your pet.  Although cats do not vary in size as much as dogs, they are different in size, so keep that in mind when choosing your cat urn.  Whether it’s a princess cat urn, teardrop urn, heart shape urn, rainbow bridge urn, sterling silver pet urn, or another one of our wonderful urns, we have the perfect urn for your beloved cat.

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This is such a difficult time in your life, and we hope that by honoring your adored pet with a cremation urn, you find comfort in knowing that your pet will always be with you.


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