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Grow a living memory tree with the cremated remains of a pet with The Living Urn, the patent pending tree pod burial system.
Each Living Urn pet bio urn and planting system comes with a special pet bio urn, a premium tree seedling (or young tree) of your choice, RootProtect, our proprietary ash neutralizing agent, aged wood chips, and easy to follow planting instructions - all packaged in an attractive eco-friendly bamboo container! Keep your loved one's memory present in your life, give back to nature, and grow a living memory with The Living Urn...
The Living Urn for pets has a number of important advantages. One, in particular, is related to the tree itself. Other products on the market may provide a tree seed with their bio urn, and the process to grow a tree from a seed can be complicated. Seed germination is a common challenge and failure rates with seeds can be high. At The Living Urn, we’re focused on our customers having a successful outcome and that their loved ones deserve a beautiful memorial that will grow and thrive. Therefore, we only provide premium seedlings, or young trees, from our award winning nursery to be planted with The Living Urn and only offer trees that can grow where you're planting the memorial (which is identified by your zip code above). In addition, our patent pending bio urn is the only one designed to be used with living trees, and not seeds. Be sure to plant a young tree with your pet's memorial and grow a living memory with The Living Urn for Pets!
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Not all trees will grow well in your area – we want to be sure you get a tree that is right for you!
Unlike Evergreens, which we ship year-round, Seasonal trees are shipped directly from our nursery in early Spring and again in the Fall and are sent according to your local climate and this year's weather. This is done to be sure your tree is planted at the optimal time. Also, to be sure that your seedling arrives in a strong and healthy condition, we need to ship Seasonals when they are dormant in the Spring and Fall. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (800) 495-7022 with questions or for more information regarding the delivery date of your tree.
Pet Memorials, the best way to remember your dog, cat, or other pet when they cross the rainbow bridge
When you lose a pet, you are losing a family member, whether it was losing a dog, losing a cat, or losing another pet, the hole they leave in your heart and in your life lasts forever. We have put together lasting, memorial ideas, so that your lost pet can not only live on in your hearts, but you also have tangible memory for years to come
If you want a truly unique, customized memorial, you can choose a breed specific engraving, paw prints, or a customized saying. If you don’t see what your looking for, please submit a special request, and we can see if we can accommodate
A cat has a unique place in our lives, and when they leave, can leave a strange void. Our most popular cat memorials is our Indoor cat urns, with a cat or a saying engraved
The Labrador Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world, and for good reason! The beloved lab is an active loyal dog who loves kids, playing fetch, going on runs, and the water. When a lab passes, many look for beautiful and uplifting memorials to honor their four legged family member.
The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds in the U.S. and for good reason! The beloved dog loves playing fetch, going on hikes and runs, the water, and just being outdoors in the yard or elsewhere. When a golden passes, many look for beautiful and uplifting memorials to honor their four legged family member.
The German Shepherd is a loyal dog and beloved member of the family, known for its courage and guarding instincts. When a German Shepherd passes, many look for beautiful and uplifting memorials to honor their four legged family member.
The Australian Shepherd is highly intelligent, loyal, and playful beloved member of the family. When a Australian Shepherd passes, many look for beautiful and uplifting memorials to honor their four legged family member.
The Great Dane, also known as the "gentle giant", is a playful, loyal dog who shows unconditional love to its family. When a Great Dane passes, many look for beautiful and uplifting memorials to honor their four legged family member.
The Dachshund is a loyal companion, great watchdog, and a beloved member of the family. When a dachshund passes, many look for beautiful and uplifting memorials to honor their four legged family member.
Pet Memorial Stones
You can take a stone with you, wherever life takes you, fully customizable, (you can even engrave a picture of your beloved pet) and include a saying. This is a good option to place outside in a garden, or even in the walkway of a home as a daily reminder of who your pet was, and that they are never truly forgotten
Indoor Tree Urns for pets
Patio urns for pets, a portable, apartment friendly option to take the ashes of your pet and have them grow into a beautiful plant, you can choose a quote, saying, or a breed specific image on the outside, to have a living memorial of your pet.
The most popular option for people less likely to move from house to house. Take the ashes of your pet and have a beautiful tree grow, to remind you, and your kids for years to come about the pet that you loved. This pairs nicely with a Pet Memorial Stone
Scattering ashes / Scattering Tubes for pets
Did your pet have a special “place” that you would go? Maybe a walk or a river that was their special place? Consider scattering your pet”s ashes with one of our special pet scattering tubes
More ideas on how to memorialize a pet
We have written a few specific posts on the best way to remember your dog or pet after they pass, whether you choose to have them cremated, or not, you can create a keepsake, online memorial, or even grow them into a tree, to be cherished for years to come
Losing your beloved pet is difficult in any situation. If your pet passes away or is put to sleep at the veterinarian's office, they can help handle the remains for you. If your pet passes away suddenly at home, you will need to take certain steps and make a few decisions right away. – read more
This is simply a preference of the family and there’s no right or wrong choice. Over ninety percent of pets are cremated and less than ten percent are buried. This cremation rate is significantly higher than the cremation rate of people - about half of people are cremated. Many factors are typically taken into account in making a decision to ether cremate or bury a pet, including cremation cost, available memorial options, and availability of pet cemeteries or yard space to bury a pet. – Read full post
Ecorial.org – you can create an online memorial to share photo’s and memories of your pet. If you choose to scatter your pets ashes, you can also mark the spot where you scattered ashes so you can visit and remember for years to come
The most common thing is an image of the breed, or paw prints, plus a brief saying. Other ideas, coordinates of where you scattered their ashes, or of a favorite place, a special saying they loved, or even their nickname. Plus of course, date of death / date of birth.
Yes! If you cant decide what you want to do with their ashes, or if multiple people need a pet memorial, consider splitting up ashes, so that each person can choose the memorial right for them, or you can do a combination, if multiple people are grieving, consider an online memorial as well.