Our Crematorium

Paws to Rest Crematorium is located in a quiet, discreet location towards the rear of our small holding.

Owners can view any part of the Cremation process should they so desire.

Our team are available to answer any questions you may have on the Cremation process.

Paws to Rest
Cremation Service for your beloved pet.

When the time comes
Paws to Rest will pick your departed pet up from your home or vets,
If you wish, you can bring your pet to us for it's final service.
Pets are treated with dignity and respect at all times.
We offer a range of Cremation services for your departed pet.

Individual Cremation with Ashes returned

Your pet will be individually cremated and his or her ashes returned to you in a bronze shaded biodegradable urn or wooden casket or Scatter Tube.
The urn or casket will be wrapped in tissue paper before being placed in a discreet cardboard box.
To show we care, a spray of dried flowers is included.
A tastefully engraved nameplate, including month and year of cremation is placed on the urn or casket.

For individual Cremations,
An entry in our 'Book of Remembrance' is included.

Communal Cremation*

We offer a communal cremation service for owners who do not want an individual cremation. In this case, two or more pets are cremated respectfully side by side. We cannot return the ashes but instead scatter them on grassland in our grounds.

Individual Cremation
with Ashes scattered

Your pet will be individually cremated and his or her ashes will be scattered in our Garden of Remembrance.
You are welcome to post a lasting memorial on our online memorial wall to your pet.

Remembering your Pet

A memorial is a respectful way  to remembering a loved pet.
Paws to Rest offer a wide range of memorials such as urns which are suitable for the ashes of your beloved pet to plaques for the garden, or special picture frames which discreetly hold the ashes of your pet.


Garden memorials are available in a range including memorial trees and plaques.
Indoor memorials are an alternative for storing ashes in a modern and subtle way ranging from a photograph frame to a pet shaped urn proving an alternative to traditional pet urns and caskets.
See our Memorials section

*Not to be confused with mass or disposal where pets are collected, for instance, from veterinary surgeries for cremation all together

Paws To Rest 2015