Losing a beloved pet is a heart-wrenching experience for pet owners. During this difficult time, veterinarians and their trusted teams play a crucial role in providing not only medical care but also emotional support and guidance. One essential aspect of this support is assisting pet owners with cremation services. VHA pet cremation options help you guide pet owners through the cremation process with understanding, empathy and peace of mind.
Just as every pet is unique, so are the preferences and needs of their owners. VHA understands this and works closely with member clinics to help provide everything you need to tailor cremation options for your clients. We strive to honor each pet’s memory in a way that is meaningful and personalized.
VHA prioritizes transparency and ethical practices in all cremation services. We have all the materials you need to help ensure pet owners understand the entire process from the handling of their beloved pet’s remains to the return of ashes.
Individual Cremation – The pet is placed in a dedicated chamber, where they are the sole occupant throughout the cremation process. This guarantees their ashes are kept separate and distinct.
Separated Cremation – Separated pet cremation is for multiple pets at a time while still offering pet owners the option to honor and remember their pet individually. Pets are separated in the retort by a space of (2-3 feet). This specialized service ensures that the ashes of each pet are meticulously gathered allowing families to receive distinct remains.
Communal Cremation – In communal cremation, pets are cremated together and cremains are not returned to the owner. The cremains are buried off-site. Communal pet cremation offers a respectful and compassionate solution for pet owners who choose not to keep their pet’s ashes. In this process, multiple pets are cremated together. Each pet is handled with care and dignity while providing a cost-effective option. The cremains are buried off-site.
* VHA cremation services and memorialization options are available to VHA members who are on established delivery routes. All remains are returned to the veterinary practice for distribution to pet owners.
This catalog is a resource to aid grieving pet owners in choosing a memorialization option. We offer a range of keepsakes, including beautifully crafted urns, memorial jewelry, engraved plaques and other keepsakes. View urn and keepsake options.
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Veterinarians and their teams understand that the loss of a pet can be a deeply emotional event. VHA offers information and materials to help you navigate the grieving process with your clients.
Pet Loss Support Materials
If you are already a member of VHA and are looking to login to the Cremation Portal, please login to your My Account page to find your unique access link.
Veterinarians and their teams go above and beyond in supporting pet owners during the difficult process of saying goodbye to their beloved companions. By providing a compassionate, knowledgeable and empathetic approach, VHA can help you ensure that your clients feel supported, understood and empowered to make choices that align with their wishes and values.
If you have any questions about VHA’s pet cremation options or if you are having any problems finding your clinic’s unique login code & password, please contact VHA by phone at 651-287-3358 or email email@example.com.
Current VHA members, please fill out the form below to register a user account on the VHA website. Each account MUST have a unique, valid email address.
Once we have verified your clinic’s VHA membership, you will receive an email confirming your new account and containing your username & password. Everyone is encouraged to register for their own unique username and password rather than a single clinic username & password.
Note: When you first log in to your new account, you will be prompted to reset your password and invited to fill out your profile.
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