Coleman Pet Services now offering pet obituaries

Posted on June 5th, 2019
Posted by Communications under Pets, Uncategorized
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Remembrances recall sweet and quirky pet personalities Kimber Scout, a 6-year-old Irish wolfhound, loved going for walks, eating cookies and snuggles. Lucy, a 15-year-old Rottweiler-Lab mix, will be remembered for her exceedingly sweet demeanor — and for her habit of mischievously blocking doorways so other dogs couldn’t pass. Such are the remembrances of pet owners […]

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Why More People are Choosing Cremations for Their Pets

Posted on May 16th, 2018
Posted by Jeremy Roberts under Grief, Pets
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When it comes to funeral care, more than half of Americans today opt for cremation over burial. But did you know that more people are choosing cremation for their pets, too? At Coleman Funeral Home, we frequently get calls from pet owners asking if we provide cremation services for pets. Fortunately, we do provide a […]

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Why More People are Choosing Cremation for Pets, Too

Posted on May 11th, 2018
Posted by Jeremy Roberts under Community, Pets, Planning
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Why More People are Choosing Cremation for Pets, Too When it comes to funeral care, more than half of Americans today opt for cremation over burial. But did you know that more people are choosing cremation for their pets, too? At Coleman Funeral Home, we frequently get calls from pet owners asking if we provide […]

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Not ‘just an animal’

Posted on May 24th, 2017
Posted by Errol Castens under Grief, Pets
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As animal lovers, we often grieve for our pets much as we might grieve for human family members who have died. We know it seems silly to some people. After all, it was “just a dog.” (Or “just a cat,” “just a hamster,” etc.) But when it involves a living, feeling, loving creature, it isn’t […]

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