We know that the loss of a pet often takes on the same importance as the loss of any other member of the family. The privilege of choosing your pet’s burial site from among our lovely gardens or making a selection from our quality line of urns offers a comfort only you can appreciate. When the sad time comes to say goodbye, you can be assured that your pet will be treated with respect and dignity.
Remembering the years of love and care given to our pets, the lifetime of companionship and devotion returned, we cherish their memories long after their lives have ended. Handled with dignity and respect, the interment of your pet will serve as a token of sincere love and will provide you a lasting opportunity to visit your pet’s grave site. Services are priced depending on type, size and accommodations needed. All fees are provided to you in advance when you call to make your pet’s final arrangements. Preparation of your pet, viewing in the Farewell Chapel, and a simple graveside service are included with each burial at no additional charge.
Cremation is becoming more and more popular as a method of final disposition. We have a human crematory used exclusively for individual pet cremation which allows the cremation to be done in a dignified manner. Viewing of any aspect of the cremation process is available to the owner upon request. Preparation and packaging of the cremations are a part of our standard service. Cremated pets may be placed in our above-ground pet columbarium in the Eternal Companions Garden or buried in the Rock Garden. You may also take your pet’s remains home for burial or scattering. If the pet is to be kept in the home, we have a large inventory of urns in many styles, sizes, and materials.
Our pre-need planning is designed for pet owners who wish to make a selection of a burial site before the loss of a pet, thus alleviating the further emotional stress of making arrangements at the time of need. Advance planning, done with rational deliberation, is encouraged to defeat the inflationary increase that future years could bring. Under this plan, an initial deposit will reserve the selected location. Then, at the time of need, a phone call will be all that is needed to complete the arrangements.
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The Farewell Chapel features beautiful stained glass windows of dogs and cats. It was dedicated on Pet Memorial Day, September 9th, 2001.
Oklahoma's Faithful Guardians
Among others, we have nine dogs buried here who participated in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building bombing on April 19, 1995. Ben, an Oklahoma County Sheriff's Department bomb sniffer, was the first dog in the building minutes after the bombing. Arlo and Gunny are also buried here. They were search and rescue dogs who recovered the last 23 victims. The other dogs patrolled the perimeter.