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Honor Your Pet the Best Possible Way

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Animal headstones

Across the United States today, approximately 62 percent of all households have at least one pet. Half of all cat owners have more than one lounging around the house. It is an unfortunate reality of life that animals eventually pass away. When that happens, people may want to lay them to rest with one of many different beautiful pet headstones for sale. Customized and engraved pet headstones could be one of the best things to help the grieving process and provide closure.

Engraved or otherwise customized animal headstones can be made from an assortment of unique river stones, which gives them a special character that can never be replicated. Most people that have pets consider them to be part of the family, and love them accordingly. When they pass on, it pains them just as much as if it were a human family member. The right pet headstones could give the owner something to look at fondly.

Pet headstones could be placed as a market for an animal grave, or they could be put somewhere inside. Some people may want to place them next to their dog or cats collar and a picture of them on their table or mantle. Pet headstones could help people to preserve memories. After a pet has died, memories are all someone will have, which is why preserving them is so important for certain people.

The stages of grief that a person can experience after the passing of a pet are often quite similar to those that they might go through after a human being dies. No matter what may have claimed ones pet and caused them to pass on, pet headstones could be the best way possible to remember them. For those that are looking to console someone dealing with a loss, pet headstones could be the ideal thing to use as an expression of condolences.

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Comments (18)

  • Claude Green

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    When my dog died, it was one of the saddest days of my entire life.

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  • Hugh Carroll

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Gabriella Rivera

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Randy Sims

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Brandon Pierce

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Ronald Spencer

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Patrick Coleman

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Ben Medina

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Travis Mathews

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Marcus Scott

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • James Frazier

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Clarence Gregory

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Jorge Butler

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Nathan Jensen

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Sarah Neal

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Herman Munoz

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Ruben Roberts

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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  • Christopher Todd

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    Me as well. Our Scottish terrier Monty died years ago. Still not over it.

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