Cremation and Aftercare

When your four-legged friend passes, Journeys Mobile Veterinary Services provides transport, cremation, and return of ashes. We will ask your family about your body care wishes. We partner with Paradise Passages Pet Crematory because they are a local family owned and operated business. Our team handles your pet with respect and care every step of the way. Cost for services are dependent on the pet’s weight. We offer two types of cremation; individual and communal. source url cialis et crampes click here introductory essay sample holi essay in gujarati language gmu dissertation template cialis apoteka jankovic viraga 25mg essay writing for hire herbolario viagra natural mua viagra o dau tai tphcm follow site donde se consigue cialis en mexico viagra doping cuantas viagras me puedo tomar custom critical essay ghostwriter websites for masters essay about tom robinson case study of science club photo essay ab wann fngt viagra an zu wirken thesis topics related to english language how do you write a research paper outline essay and nico salsa cialis tabletta ra get link Individual Cremation:   This type of cremation provides your beloved a private cremation ensuring that only his or her ashes are returned.  We return ashes in a beautifully carved wooden urn.

Communal Cremation:    During communal cremation, pets are cremated with others and families do not get ashes returned.  Communal ashes are spread on a beautiful prairie ranch setting just east of Denver.

Burial:      Burial is often illegal in most Denver Metro counties, but our team can help advise you.  The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends that pet burial graves be at least four and a half to five feet deep and covered with large rocks upon refill.  Medications/drugs used during euthanasia procedure have the potential to affect other animals and plants in the environment.


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