Sometimes your pet passes away at home. If you are unable to transport your pet to us, we can arrange a time to pick up your pet from your home or your veterinarian office. Contact our Memorial Center to schedule an appointment.
|Item Description|| Price|
| Business hours (0 - 40 lbs)|| $40.00|
| Business hours (41+ lbs)|| $80.00 |
* Mileage fee of $2.00 / mile will apply if your location is over 20 miles from Memorial Pet Services.
Often, pet owners would like a neutral location for the euthanasia, other than their veterinary office. By appointment, pet families are welcome to use our private room for this procedure or to schedule to have someone come to their home. This option can be scheduled with your veterinarian or we can refer you to a local mobile veterinary service that specializes in end-of-life care.
Contact our Memorial Center for additional information
Scattering of Cremains
Sometimes you want the very best for our loved ones, but at the same time, it can be very difficult to hold or uncomfortable to keep the cremains of your pet once they are returned to you. If you just went through the cremation process or you have a pet from a while ago, this option maybe what you are looking for. We will take the cremains of your pet for you and spread them on privately owned land. Excludes group cremation.
We have three (3) options of where we have access to private land:
- Farm land located in the rolling hills of Arena, WI
- Wooded hills in Spirit WI
- Bluffs over looking the shores of the Great Lake Superior.
Note: If you select one of these options, a release form will need to be signed prior to Memorial Pet Services scattering the cremains.
Temporary Holding Service
For those that are not sure what they want to do or who prefer to bury their pet but are unable to at this time, Memorial Pet Services can hold your pet for you. The price is $15/month for pets weighing 1-35 pounds and $0.45/pound per month for pets 36 pounds or more. Price will be rounded up to the following month. Contact our Memorial Center for details
J-O-U-R-N-E-Y-S Quality of Life scale
This quality of life scale is to help get you thinking about factors that affect your pet's happiness and sense of well-being. This is only a guide.
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You can help by supporting the Pet Loss Resource Center (PLRC)
The PLRC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization that supports the pet community in south central Wisconsin. Companion pets are vital members of the family and this resource center can only do so much without more help. If you are able to help, financial donations is what we currently need to continue to help our community and maybe even yourself.