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Memorial Selection

The death of a pet not only brings grief but it also brings a difficult decision - how to handle your pet's remains. Before making any decisions, consider how to honor the memory of your beloved pet. Whether you choose burial or cremation, it is important to remember that this is not only the final act of love but also an important means of closure. No matter what option you chose, it is important that your pet's remains are treated with dignity and care.


If you would like to keep your pet's remains but don't have a place to bury the body, cremation may be the best alternative. You can keep your pet 's remains at home without the concern of a home burial or you can choose to scatter your pet's ashes.

Memory Garden

We have also dedicated a space for those who would like to have their pet's ashes spread on our property. The Memory Garden is a peaceful area surrounded with flowers and bird feeders. Pet owners are welcome to visit our Memory Garden whenever they wish.

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Keepsakes and Memorial Pieces

Aspen Hill offers a variety of keepsakes such as ink and clay paw prints, keychains, necklaces, bracelets and glass artwork so that you can always keep the memory of your pets close to your heart.


The Burial option ensures that your pet's remains will remain undisturbed and cared for no matter where life takes you or your family. Knowing that a professional is taking care of your pet’s final arrangements can help alleviate some of the stress and worry during a difficult time.

"The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living"
-Marcus Tulliuis Cicaro
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