Memorial services allow us to grieve the passing of our loved ones while also celebrating the life they lived. They provide us with the opportunity to cope with loss and find the closure we need.
So why shouldn’t we do the same for our beloved pets?
Our pets have given us years of joy and are regarded as members of the family and offer family members the opportunity to pay tribute to a cherished family member.
We can refer you to an experienced funeral celebrant to help you with a personalised memorial service to help say goodbye to your beloved pet.
Saying goodbye to something you love often defies words and many a heart has been broken over the loss of a beloved animal companion. But, loss is as much a part of life as life itself and sooner or later, that cherished animal companion will die, either as a result of an accident, or related to illness or age.
It is important to give some thought to the process of compassionate passing and euthanasia, so you can make the best choices for your beloved pet when the time comes.
Bereavement is a term used to describe someone mourning the death of a loved one, be it friend or family.
It is the same for the loss of a pet, and the grief is no different – or is it?
We can refer you to a qualified grief counsellor to help you through the loss of your beloved pet.
If you wish to be by their side to say your heartfelt goodbye, the AWL can offer you the very personal experience of having a private viewing of your pet's cremation.
For more information on a private cremation viewing please contact us.
We are able to offer you a personalised home collection service. For further information or to make an appointment, please contact us on 8348 1300 between 8:30am-4:30pm, for out-of-hours enquiries call 04 0305 1928 between 6:00am-8:00pm, 7-days per week, public holidays included.