The relationship we have with a pet is uniquely special. As a result, the loss of a pet can be devastating and emotionally taxing experience. When they are gone, we do our best to honor their memory and keep them close to our hearts. A pet cremation urn helps fulfill both of these needs.
Urn Garden has a wide variety of keepsake memorials in addition to traditional cremation urns for your cat or dog. Other pet cremation and memorial items that Urn Garden currently carries include: memorial stones, keepsake jewelry for ashes, wooden cremation boxes, and smaller, decorative urns.
Browse our entire collection of cremation urns for cats here.
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At Urn Garden, we offer our customers affordable pet cremation urns in a variety of styles ranging from sturdy metal to elegant marble and glass to custom engraved selections. Maybe you are looking to create a unique pet memorial on a smaller scale with a piece of cremation jewelry or by placing a memorial stone in your garden.
Beyond picking the style and material, if you are choosing a pet urn, you will need to select an urn of the proper volume for your pet’s ashes. Pet ashes often take up more room in an urn - necessitating the selection of a larger urn in many cases. You may also choose to go larger when selecting an urn in order to add mementos to your pet’s memorial by placing his or her collar into the urn, along with the ashes.
No matter how you choose to memorialize your pet, we're here to help you find a memorial that meets your needs and creates the tribute that your beloved pet deserves. Feel free to email us or call at 1-888-876-1467 with any questions or concerns that you might have.
Interested in the types of memorials Urn Garden offers for your pet? Let’s walk through your options and help you choose the best memorial for your furry friend.
We offer a wide variety of beautiful, keepsake urns to help you memorialize your feline friend. From wooden photo urn boxes to cat sculpture urns, you should be able to find a piece that represents the unique character of your cat. Browse our entire collection of cremation urns for cats.
Urn Garden offers a large selection of cremation urns for dogs, from black metal urns with beautifully embossed golden paw prints (Made in America) to wooden urn boxes that you can personalize with a picture of your canine friend. Browse our entire collection of dog urns.
Our selection of memorial garden stones for pets can be customized to your heart’s desire. Most can be engraved with up to three lines of text, making them a uniquely personal way to remember a lost pet. Browse our entire collection of personalized pet memorial stones.
Our collection of memorial urn jewelry for pets features pendants finished in a variety of materials, including silver and gold. Each necklace comes with its own chain, matching the material the pendant is finished in. Each piece in our collection features unique designs, including dog bones, paw prints, and more. Browse the entire collection of pet cremation jewelry.
At Urn Garden, you’ll find a variety of wood urn boxes for pets, which are used to store the ashes of dogs, cats, and other cherished animals. Most of our wood cremation boxes can be customized and include a spot for a photograph of your pet.;
For those looking for a pet urn that’s a bit smaller, look no further than our selection of keepsake cremation urns. Our keepsake-sized urns can store a small portion of your pet's ashes, making it easy to take your pet with you wherever you go.;
Beyond picking the style and material, you need to select an urn or container of the proper size, to accommodate the amount of ash returned to you by your vet or local pet crematory. It’s obvious there would be a greater volume of ash for a large dog than there would be for smaller animals such as a cat or rabbit.
But there’s another factor you may not be aware of: pet cremains are often not as “processed” as human remains. The ‘ash” can be chunkier and take up more room in the urn (necessitating the selection of a larger urn).
In truth, there is a good reason to “go larger” when choosing a pet cremation urn, simply because you may want to add to your pet’s memorial by placing his or her collar –or some other memento– into the urn, along with the ashes.