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Georgia's Only State Certified Crematory
Pets are members of our family. We love them, we care for them, and we grow with them. Like our human companions, they add joy and happiness to our lives on a daily basis. And while they sometimes can make us mad, mostly they make us laugh, and without a shadow of a doubt, they make our families more complete.
When a beloved human family member passes away, most of us turn to a trusted funeral home to help us care for their final arrangements. Why do we miss out on this experience with a four legged member of our family? Rather than go through the grief of losing a pet alone, you can give them the same dignity, care, and compassion as you lay them to rest as you would any other family member.
For more than 40 years, Deceased Pet Care Funeral Homes and Crematories, has existed to serve your needs. Our family of professional staff counselors stand ready to help you through the process of saying goodbye to your beloved pet. Offering your furry family member the same grace and dignity of a human funeral home, our full-time licensed funeral directors give your pet the final arrangements that they deserve and the peace you need in knowing they are respectfully and lovingly cared for at the end of their life. In our dedicated pet funeral home, you will also find a family, the Shugarts, who want to help you celebrate your pets’ life and contribution to your family. As pet parent’s ourselves, we understand the loss associated with one’s passing, and we are here to help you through it.
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Our hearts are saddened as we mourn the loss of one of the most caring and compassionate men God blessed the earth with.
Deceased Pet Care is about helping you care for and honor your pets—this process starts the day you get them! We’re celebrating “gotcha days” everywhere with a list of our favorite shelters and rescues in Georgia.
Deceased Pet Care is featured on Fox News Atlanta as the news crew discusses the importance of grieving for your pets.
Atlanta didn’t get the nickname “Hotlanta” for nothing—The Georgia summer has a way of reaching triple digits in the later months and coupling a suffocating humidity even in cooler climes that sends most residents in search of air conditioning. While many of us are conscious of the signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke in ourselves and in our families, do you know the signs of heat stroke in your pets? Knowing what heat stroke looks like and how to act quickly in response to it could save your pet’s life.
We don’t like to think about losing a pet, but when you do, you probably picture a picturesque place for their remains where you can visit them and remember all of the wonderful times you had together. Deceased Pet Care works to provide pet parents with such an Eden through our Oak Rest Pet Gardens.
Canines make up a fair number of the police officers in your area, protecting and surviving right beside their human companions. Deceased Pet Care helps honor these heroes, including K-9 Caleb, a recently passed K-9 Officer.
Losing a pet can be extremely difficult, and it’s not something you have to go through alone. Join Deceased Pet Care and our Pet Loss Counselor for a Pet Loss Support Group
Pets are not limited to dogs, cats, and small animals. Deceased Pet Care offers services to help you give a dignified and personal farewell to all of your animal companions, including horses, with our Equine Services.
April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month; the best way to help stop cruelty to animals is to teach people how to treat animals properly in the first place. One Georgia group, the Georgia Center for Human Education, is working to do just that.