Pet Cremation Bethlehem GA

Bethlehem GA Pet Cremations
At Deceased Pet Care, we understand the importance of being close to your pet as you say your last goodbye. For more than 49 years, we have provided quality service for families with pets. Whether you choose private cremation services or private burial services in one of our two pet cemetery gardens, our complete range of services are here to meet your family's needs  and your budget. Contact us at (770) 995-8862 or visit us at Oak Rest Pet Gardens

2691 Harbins Rd SE, Bethlehem, GA 30620.

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Full-Service Support for Pet Cremation in Bethlehem, GA

We believe that pets are important members of the family, which is why it is essential to have a respectful way to lay them to rest. Pets stay by your side through the years, offering comfort and companionship in the good days and the bad. You’ve experienced much happiness and joy having your pet at home. Now that you have to say goodbye, you can show your love through pet cremation services in Bethlehem, GA.


Saying goodbye to a pet can be an emotional experience. Many people find that this process is similar to planning a funeral for a parent, spouse, or sibling. You’ve chosen to share your life with a family pet, and now you must move forward without having this sweet companion in your home.


You want the best for your animal, which is why you should contact our team for assistance. We believe that every family deserves our undivided attention. We’ll work hard to ensure that you receive top-notch results. As you learn about your options, you’ll see that we have a full range of services to match your desires and your budget.


Options for Pet Cremation in Bethlehem, GA

As you learn more about our services, you’ll see that we offer much more than pet cremation. We are proud to be Georgia’s only Full-Service Pet Funeral Home. Our family-owned business provides everything you need for a respectful, beautiful service:

  • Pet Funerals: Schedule a time when you can hold a dedicated event to honor your family pet. You can choose a small gathering for your immediate family. Or, host a larger service for friends and extended family to attend as well. We have a pet funeral home where these services can be arranged. Many people loved the animal, which is why it makes sense to invite anyone who would like to say goodbye. Planning a funeral can be an essential step in the final arrangements for your family pet.
  • Cemeteries: We offer several pet cemetery gardens, giving you a beautiful place where the pet can be laid to rest. Many people pair cremation with burial in one of these gardens. These pet cemeteries are designed with your comfort in mind – offering a peaceful location where you can visit as often as you’d like. It’s nice to have a dedicated place in remembrance of your family pet.
  • Cremations: You will need to choose how the pet’s remains will be laid to rest. Cremation is a popular choice, giving you a way to reduce the body to ashes. Then, you can choose how you would like to place the ashes in the ground, either through burial or scattering. Some families want to keep the pet close to home, so they choose a memorial urn or keepsake jewelry.


It’s up to you to decide on the specific services that fit your desires and needs. When you are laying a pet to rest, there isn’t a right or wrong way to plan these services. Instead, design a plan that provides the comfort and healing you need in this time of loss.


Support for Pet End of Life Services

How would you like to remember your family pet? This animal shared many memories with you over the years. Pets are there for vacations, holidays, and the daily activities of life. They always offer a warm, welcoming greeting when you get home after a long day at work.


Whether your pet was getting old or the loss happened unexpectedly, it’s important to consider how you would like to honor their memory. In the same way that you can plan a beautiful ceremony for a parent or spouse, pet services can be a chance to dedicate a time to recognize all that the pet did for your life.


We provide quality solutions for pet cremation in Bethlehem, GA, giving owners a simple way to lay the animal to rest with respect and dignity. Cremation is often a preferred solution over traditional burial because pet owners like to keep the remains near them in an urn. Another option is to scatter the pet’s ashes on their favorite hiking trail or in the backyard where they loved to play.


Why Our Services Are Unique

When choosing a provider for pet cremation, it’s essential that you pick a team with experience in the industry. We understand the specific decisions and challenges you are facing, and our caring staff is here to provide the support you need every step of the way.


When you choose our company, you can have confidence knowing that quality is always our highest priority. We promise that your pet will be cared for in the way we’d treat our own family pets. Each service is completed in a private cremation, which means that your pet is the only one in the crematory.


We’re here to help with pet cremation in Bethlehem, GA. Contact our team to discuss available services.

Pet Funeral & Cremation

How much does it cost to cremate a horse?

While incineration/cremation of a horse carcass is very expensive, it is one of the most environmentally friendly solutions to body disposal. Cremating a 1,000- pound horse can cost between $600-$1000, depending on location and current price of propane. Learn More.

Can I have my dog’s ashes cremated with me?

Sadly, most human crematoriums and cemeteries do not allow the burial or scattering of pet ashes along with their owners. This is because the ashes of pets are still classed as 'waste' and require separate licensing via the Environment Agency. Learn More.

What are my options when my dog dies?

Your local vet will be well placed to deal with cat and dog death and handling their remains, and if you wish for it to be handled by them simply place a call as soon as possible. Your vet should then be able to organize the collection and subsequent burial or cremation, according to your preference. Learn More.