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An American artisan trained in Italy, Alyson Whitney is nationaly recognized for her vibrant, whimsical designs.
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Pet Urns

Pet urns can be a beautiful way to memorialize your departed pet. While some pet owners choose to bury their pet, many prefer to have their pet cremated. In these cases, pet urns are used to hold the ashes of their pet.

There is wide variety of companies that produce pet urns, and they can range from simple and practical to very ornate or unique options. Choosing pet urns is mainly a matter of your own taste and a reflection of your petís personality.

Some people choose simple options in pet urns, such as plain wooden boxes with engraved nameplates affixed to the front. A slightly more elaborate version of this may include a drawing or photo of the pet. Another popular choice in pet urns is pottery or metal vases. There are also companies that offer pet urns that resemble books, to allow you to place your departed petís ashes on a bookshelf or mantel in his favorite room. Some pet urns are even made to resemble your pet, and can usually be found in miniature or life-sized versions.

There are a variety of sizes of pet urns available. The size you will need will depend on both the size of the pet and your own personal preferences. As a general rule, pet urns should be at least 1 cubic inch in size for every pound of the pet's weight. This means that a 20-pound pet will require a pet urn that is at least 20 cubic inches in size. Regardless of the size of the animal, though, some pet owners choose to have their pets memorialized with pet urns that are a life-sized replica of the animal. You also have the option of scattering some of your pet's ashes, and placing only a portion of the ashes in a pet urn.

With a variety of options of pet urns available, your personal preference can guide you to the best way to memorialize your pet. Your veterinarian may be able to provide you with information on where to locate pet urns. The Internet can be an excellent resource for locating a wide array of different types of pet urns. Simply type the phrase "pet urn" into an Internet search engine to begin exploring the many options available. There are pet urns perfect for every beloved pet and the caring human companions they leave behind.

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