Many aging or ill pets are euthanized by a veterinarian of the pet owner’s choice or may die on their own. Then you have the difficult decision of what to do with the pet’s remains. How do you decide what to do with your special pet’s remains when your heart is hurting? The decision is up to you, the pet’s owner and trusted friend.

One option is Private Pet Cremation. This means your pet, and only your pet, is cremated. You can be assured of receiving back only your pet’s cremated remains.

Another option available is Mass Cremation. This is the least expensive option. With mass cremation, you will not be able to have your pet’s cremated remains returned to you. It is not recommended if you wish to keep hold of your pet’s cremated remains or spread them.

Surrey Veterinary Clinic has partnered with Autumn Valley Pet Crematory
What this means is Autumn Valley Pet Crematory will pick up your deceased pet from Surrey Veterinary Clinic and provide the cremation services you chose. If you elected to have Private Cremation with the cremated remains returned to you, Autumn Valley Pet Crematory will return the cremated remains in a beautiful hand carved wooden cremation chest to Surrey Veterinary Clinic for you to pick up.

Slush Always in Our Hearts. Bear and Beau - In Loving Memory