Pack of Experts

Pets Remembered has over thirty years experience in death and loss care, and we are here to help you with your pet in your time of need. There are many resources available to you today, which can be overwhelming at times. To offer you personalized service, it is important to offer and recommend local people and companies that we have met and worked with. The following are resources and companies you can deal with who are sensitive, understanding and available at a very difficult time.


One of the most difficult decisions some of us will ever have to make is if it is the appropriate time to say goodbye to that special friend. Pets Remembered is not licensed or qualified in Minnesota to administer euthanasia but we can help you arrange for it. Call us and share what your concerns are. If you wish to take your pet into a clinic in your area we can help you find the most appropriate provider; if you wish to have it done in the comfort or your home we can suggest someone and help coordinate an appointment; if you wish to do it offsite or in an outdoor courtyard setting we can help you plan for that as well. There is a wide variation in types of service available. We essentially work like an Independent Insurance agent and find you the best value and type of service to meet your needs.



University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center

Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s Center for Loss

(612) 624-9372 – Local hotline and Companion Animal Love, Loss & Memories Group


Pet Remembrance Art by Local Artists

Patrick Nau Photography

Pawtraiture by Cindy

Heirloom Memories & Restorations,

Pets-R-Loved Embroidery


 Pet Remembrance Jewelry by Local Artists

Pet Reliquaries by Lisa

First Impressions


Remembrance Urns by Local Artists

Red Wing Pottery Urns

Bound by Time Wood Urns

Acension Art Glass


Helpful Books

Suzann Yue, Snort’s Special Gift

Amazon.Com Top 20 Sold Pet Loss Books and Reviews

Dr. Alan Wolfelt, Center for Loss

Moira Anderson Allen


Burial/Yard Clean Up

Scoopy Poo Doogie

Cement-i-ment Patio Sympathy Stones,



Sidewalk Dog

Paws for a Cause

Feline Rescue