Humane Society of Greater Dayton
August 14, 2014

Pet Loss

By: The Humane Society of Greater Dayton

Nothing compares to the pain of losing a much-beloved companion animal. And nobody understands the love of pets better than the Humane Society of Greater Dayton. Please call us at (937) 268-PETS (7387) to discuss how we can assist you during this difficult time.   

Cremation Services

The Humane Society of Greater Dayton’s cremation services, available to all pet owners, are administered by the caring staff of Pet Cremation Services, Inc.. The organization is a privately-owned company located in Columbus, Ohio that has the most modern crematorium in Central Ohio, exclusively for pets. 

General Cremation

For pet owners who do not wish to have their pet’s ashes returned, Pet Cremation Services, Inc. groups several pets together in the same cycle. Your pet’s dignity is in no way affected by cremation with other pets. 

Private Cremation

Pet owners may also choose private cremation, in which their pet’s ashes will be returned to them in a wooden memorial box with an engraved plaque or in a Paw Print Tin. Additional fees apply for the return of ashes and are based on the pet’s weight. Please call us at 937/268-PETS (7387) for more information or for pricing.

 

 


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