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Green Burial and Pet Cremation

Posted on February 8th, 2021
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Are you interested in how you can make your pet cremation in Douglasville, GA green? You should look into pet cremation providers that offer green burials if you have certain desires when it comes to protecting the environment.   But what is a green burial? Good question. A green burial, sometimes referred to as a […]

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Honoring Your Best Friend

Posted on February 1st, 2021
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Losing a pet is a painful experience, and the loss is often devastating. Holding a memorial or funeral for your lost pet after their pet cremation in Chamblee, GA is an important and healthy way to find some peace amid the anguish.   But where do you begin? Read on to learn more about planning […]

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Snow Fashionable – Pet Fashions Perfect for the Winter Chill

Posted on January 29th, 2021
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Not everyone is enthusiastic about dressing up their pet. Even my father, pet parent to a mini-dachshund, thought the idea of a getting Watson (said dachshund) a sweater for winter was laughable. Still, whether you’re lab is a fashionista or your Chihuahua laughs in the face of pet couture, there are certain accessories that some […]

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Caring for Your Aging Pets in the Winter

Posted on December 16th, 2020
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In the winter time, we take care to put out a warm blanket for the cat. We get a parka for the Chihuahua to make their walks warmer…and to give us a few smiles as well. We break out our winter coats for long walks with the dog, and curl up next to the window […]

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“Baby, It’s Cold Outside”—Winterizing Your Pet

Posted on January 12th, 2021
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If you’re located in Georgia, you probably have a jacket with you this week. Southern weather is doing its usual seasonal Ping-Pong of warm, cold, warm, cold, but we’re slowly dipping into the chilly weather of winter. Last year’s snow and ice caught many people off guard, but this year we’re prepared for winter weather. […]

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