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Good Funeral Home to Cremate Pets

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  • #297299

    patient_zero
    Participant

    Hey, thanks Roy. 19 years is a lot of bonding time, afraid I’ll still step on her in certain spots.

    MedVet was an excellent option, despite the off hours.

    #297300

    Core_Models
    Member

    I can’t believe I opened this thread again, but I did. So sorry for your loss PZ.

    #297301

    Cookie
    Member

    patient_zero wrote >>
    Hey, thanks Roy. 19 years is a lot of bonding time, afraid I’ll still step on her in certain spots.

    I’m so sorry.

    MedVet was an excellent option, despite the off hours.

    They’re really excellent.

    #297302

    KSquared
    Member

    So sorry PZ. :(

    #297303

    bman
    Participant

    Sorry Jason … I have tears now. Hope you are doing ok!

    #297304

    Lanibug65
    Member

    It must have been one of those weekends – we lost our 6 yr old cairn terrier, Brutus suddenly yesterday….and our local vet went over all the options with us as well.

    #297305
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Sorry to hear about that Jason. :(

    Edit: And Lanibug! :(

    #297306

    Twixlen
    Participant

    So sorry PZ and Lanibug… though they may be small, they leave a really big hole.

    #297307

    patient_zero
    Participant

    Core_Models wrote >>
    I can’t believe I opened this thread again, but I did.

    I know Core, I know. But I’m glad you did, and thanks for your kind thoughts to you as well as to Cookie, KSquared, bman, Walker and Twixlen. Special thoughts to Lanibug for their special canine, Brutus.

    I hope lifeliberty’s thread will prove to be invaluable to other CU members in the years to come, and serve as a gentle reminder to plan for the unexpected because……you never know when or what time that may be.

    Peace.

    #297308
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
    Keymaster

    Sorry about your pets.

    #297309

    AnneD
    Member

    So sorry to hear about Jason’s kitty & Lanibug’s doggie. My condolences to both of you.

    I am glad to hear the good review of medvet – we’ve been to a specialist there, but having a cat with chronic kidney failure (who is incidentally being treated by the Nelsons at Oak Creek, love that practice) makes it important to know what my options are for late-night emergencies. Should something happen I’d hate to wait for normal office hours.

    #297310

    Cookie
    Member

    AnneD wrote >>
    I am glad to hear the good review of medvet – we’ve been to a specialist there, but having a cat with chronic kidney failure (who is incidentally being treated by the Nelsons at Oak Creek, love that practice) makes it important to know what my options are for late-night emergencies. Should something happen I’d hate to wait for normal office hours.

    That’s what my kitty had. If you’re giving yours fluids, I was able to save a lot of money by purchasing supplies online.

    #297311

    lifeliberty
    Participant

    Life
    8-5-98 to 12-20-2010

    Care pet was awesome and I believe they used Pet Cremation Services.
    I believe everything happened as it should, or better really. I have no regrets.

    #297312

    lifeliberty wrote >>
    Life
    8-5-98 to 12-20-2010
    Care pet was awesome and I believe they used Pet Cremation Services.
    I believe everything happened as it should, or better really. I have no regrets.

    I’m so sorry to hear about your cat. Life was obviously well loved and had a great home with you. You have my sympathy.

    We lost our dog Buddy this year, too. I don’t know if you remember the thread I started about the farting dog. It appears that was an early sign of cancer in his GI tract. Not terribly long after that thread, we discovered he had lymphoma. Tried 2 different chemo regimens, but it began growing again even while he was receiving treatment. Didn’t want to mention this in that thread and freak out folks with farting dogs — more often than not, it’s not lymphoma. But, just wanted to express that I share your pain. We miss them, but the love is never gone.

    We still have Harley, who misses her best friend…

    #297313

    lifeliberty
    Participant

    Thanks. Life was a Great Dane, not a cat.

    <- avatar is Liberty the cat sitting on Life’s head if you can make it out.

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