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|"My most recent pet loss was very difficult as I did not get his ashes back for a few weeks as the urn from the crematorium was back ordered. I have a lab who is the love of my life who is almost 13 and I know what is coming. I decided this time to order the urn myself and not risk a delay when the time comes. This urn is beautiful. It of course made me cry when I received it, but I am so relieved to know that at least one thing is taken care of that I won't have to worry about. I received it quickly and though I am glad I don't need it yet, it is nice to know that they ship quickly."|
"Dogs Leave Paw Prints On Your Heart Forever" is the sentiment inscribed on this cultured stone box urn with a couple paw prints across the lid of the box. A border of connecting Celtic knots runs across the upper and lower edges of the box. The creamy limestone color of this urn compliments any decor. The picture frame holds a 2" x 2 1/2" photo of your beloved pet. There is a small slot in the picture frame so that you can easily place a favorite photo of your beloved pet. This container can be used as an urn or as a memory box.
Urn is accessible by removing the lid. The lid sits on top and can be sealed by placing several small beads of any household adhesive along the rim before attaching the top.
This urn is cast stone and resin with a similar look and feel of real carved stone.
Optional engraving is available and will be engraved on the top of the urn. Please select the engraving option and enter the name and birth and passing dates of your pet. Please allow 2 -3 business days for engraving.
Size: 5 1/4" x 5 1/2" x 5 3/4"
Holds 85 Cubic Inches which is large enough for most pets weighing 70 pounds or less. As with all urns, cremains should be in a sealed plastic bag inside the urn and this plastic bag will take up some of the room in the urn.
The rule of thumb to determine the size urn you need for your pet is 1 lb of healthy body weight is equal to about 1 cubic inches of cremains. However, this can differ due to bone density, frame, and the cremation process used.
2950 Newmarket St. Ste 101, # 205