This exquisite small dog and pet urn Memory Box holds treasured mementos of your best friend along with cremains for pets up to 50 lbs. Beautiful Rosewood high polished veneer with birch interior. Elegantly embellished with a brass lock assembly (including two antique-looking, tasseled keys), the Memory Box is finished with seven coats of polyurethane for a brilliant sheen.
In addition to holding your pet's cremains, the Memory Box pet urn also provides a tray for photos, plus an open compartment designed to store your pet's collar, leash, toys or other remembrances. This classic resting place for your friend is well appointed in every way.
Price includes inscription. Brass plate may be engraved from 1 to 4 lines (25 characters per line, including spaces). Dimensions: 9.5"w x 7.75"d x 4.25"h. Ships directly from the artisans, please allow a few days processing time.
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Pet cremation questions? Please read the pet cremation "Q and A" document below.
Cremation is simply the hastening of natural processes, wherein through heat and
evaporation the body is reduced to its basic elements. It may surprise you to
learn that ashes are not the final result, they are in fact bone fragments.
These fragments are then further processed into a powdery substance and are
called cremated remains.
Isn't pet cremation an end in itself?
Some people may regard it as such, but most families feel the cremated remains
of a pet they love should be afforded a resting place that can be identified by
the name and dates. This is memorialization. Most families find that pet urns
and memorials serve a basic human need to remember their loved pets.
If I have my pet cremated, how do I know I will get my pet's ashes back?
Ask your Veterinarian to guide you to a reputable pet cremation services
facility. Request a "private cremation" which indicates you do not want your
pet's cremains commingled with other animals.
How do I put the ashes in the urn?
Typically your pet's ashes, or cremains, are returned to you by the veterinarian
or crematory providing your pet cremation services in a plastic box or other
simple container. The ashes should be contained in a secured plastic bag within
this container. You may transfer the entire plastic bag, with the cremains
remaining in the bag, into your pet urn.
If you find it's necessary to repackage the cremains, we suggest using an
appropriately sized zip lock bag, or a plastic bag secured with a tie. Cremains
are bagged to prevent an accidental loss should the pet urn be dropped or
Answered by GWL, February 28, 2014 at 03:02:59 PM EST.
A: This urn will hold pets up to 50 pounds
Asked by Jessi, July 17, 2014 at 03:05:10 PM EDT.
Q: Hi there- Does this box come with the black small box in which to put the ashes? (pictured in the left side compartment). Or do I need to get a separate box to put the ashes in?