Cremation Urns for Dogs

Cremation Urns for Dogs

Pet urns ranging from small to large sizes for dogs weighing up to 80 pounds in a variety of shapes and sizes, and are typically smaller than containers for humans. For pets weighing 100 pounds and up, look at the adult styles to find something suitable. 

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Sweet pink urn for a precious pet weighing up to 70 pounds. Small but sturdy metal vase design with ..
$85.00
Based on 3 reviews.
Dimensions: .5" H x 8" L x 5" D Capacity: 100 cu. inches, Ideal for pets weighing up to 80..
$125.00
Dimensions: .5" H x 8" L x 5" D Capacity: 100 cu. inches, for pets weighing up to 80 pound..
$125.00
Sweet pink urn for a precious pet weighing up to 10 pounds. Small but sturdy metal vase design with ..
$65.00 $50.00
Based on 7 reviews.

We depend on our dogs for solace; we play and laugh together, take long walks, and often share our bedroom with them. And when they pass from our lives, it’s natural to wish to honor their memory with a well-chosen dog cremation urn.

Selecting an Urn for Your Dog’s Ashes

Just as there are hundreds of breeds of dogs in the world today, there’s an equally large number of dog cremation urns available in the marketplace today. The first criterion is your intention, the second is urn size, and the final touchstone is your emotional reaction to the urn.

  • What are your memorialization plans? Will you display the urn in your home? Do you need keepsake urns so as to share your dog’s ashes with family members and friends? Answers to those questions will start your search in the right direction.
  • How large was your dog? It’s obvious, really; the volume of ash returned to you will be less for a small dog than it would be for a large one. Read the product description to determine if the dog cremation urn you’re looking at is appropriate to your needs. If you’re unsure, call us at 1-888-876-1467, or send an email using our contact form.
  • When viewing urns; measure your emotional response. When viewing one of our dog cremation urns, ask “How does this urn make me feel?” The urn you select should be one that comforts and helps to heal your broken heart and pleases your artistic sense. Take into account whether you prefer marble, cast resin, metal, or wood– but don’t limit yourself. Remember, your beloved dog’s urn needs to be something you can look at with the same good feelings for years to come.

Making all of these decisions can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ll say it again...

We're Always Here to Help

When you've got questions, when you need guidance, when you’d just like to ‘talk it through’ before making the final decision about a dog cremation urn, call us. You can reach one of our cremation urn experts at 1-888-876-1467 during business hours.