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Unanswered Questions About Pet Cremation Revealed


The Cemetery and Crematorium for Domestic Pets is one of the most experienced pet crematoriums in the UK. Their new website at provides a library of articles answering the concerns of pet owners and highlighting the dangers in trusting a pet crematorium to carry out the final service for their pet.

Stephen Mayles has been running the pet crematorium for 24 years and through voluntary work for the Association of Private Pet Cemeteries & Crematoria has drawn up training modules for the industry based on ethical and honest principles.

He explains “Most places labelled pet crematorium are little more than disposal plants. Their methods are based on maximising profits and are unlikely to provide the service that pet owners expect when paying substantial fees for the cremation of their pets. These pet cremations are sold through veterinary practices that may have little or no idea of the service they are selling to their clients. Our Association is the only organisation in Europe setting standards that protect the pet owner. People wanting a pet cremation service should contact members of the Association and only rely on their vet if they are happy to have a simple disposal of the body.”

The website outlines what should happen when pet owners ask for an individual cremation for their pet as well as describing why so few people receive a cremation service when they are told their pet has been sent for a communal cremation. Although based in West Sussex the crematorium can put pet owners in touch with genuine crematoriums throughout the country. For more information visit


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