An Introduction to Pet Cremation and Client Case Study - Bobbie Ruth Langley, Life Cycle Pet Cremation

Cremation is a common term, but most people have no idea what it means. They may have a picture in their mind of a scary brick oven, but often that’s the extent of it. During this presentation, I will briefly describe the elements required for cremation, what happens during the process (both to the body of the pet as well as what is happening mechanically), and the end result. Also, I will walk through a “typical” example of what I do, step-by-step, starting with the initial contact from the pet parent, through to the point when the pet parent returns to pick up their pet’s after-care package. Life Cycle Pet Cremation in Bellingham, WA is a pet-only funeral home and on-site cremation service offering personal, compassionate and respectful care for you and your pet. We offer three clearly defined cremation options, including a truly private cremation, and utilize numbered steel ID tags to guarantee the return of your pet’s cremated remains. Complimentary with any private or semi-private cremation, your pet’s After-care Package will include a high-quality wood urn, clay paw print, ink paw print, fur clipping, and Certificate of Cremation. More about Life Cycle can be found at www.life-cycle-pet.com.

When: Thursday, April 16, 2015 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting
Presenter: Bobbie Ruth Langley, Life Cycle Pet Cremation