Atlanta and its surrounding cities are perfect for pet lovers. There’s so much to do, so many parks to visit, and so many pet-friendly establishments to go to with your pet companion. Yet, when you’ve just lost a pet, the hustle and bustle of the city can be more trying than helpful. Laying your pet to rest in a quiet, peaceful garden gives you a place to grieve and get away from it all, while also offering a peaceful final setting for your beloved companion.
Oak Rest Pet Gardens are one of the sites that Deceased Pet Care has available for pet parents to use when they’ve lost their four-legged friend. Professionally landscaped grounds welcome you into a peaceful Eden filed with stately trees and rolling hillsides. When you need to take a moment and reflect on a memory there are benches as well as a quiet gazebo to sit back and think. Take a walk down memory lane while you physically walk along the walkways when you go to visit your pets. With your pet safely in a Cemetery instead of a back yard, you won’t have to worry about moving away from them.
Some pet parents worry that when they choose a pet cemetery as their pet’s final resting place that they won’t be able to be buried beside them. Deceased Pet Care, however, due to the strict code of permanency guidelines we adhere to, allows pet parents who wish to be cremated the ability to make pre-arrangements to be buried alongside their beloved pet.