The procedure for the individual cremation of a pet is as follows:
The pet is carefully placed into a clean cremation chamber, in a stainless steel tray. The traceability document with all the pets details that the owner has completed at their veterinary clinic is attached to the outside of the cremator and the date and time is recorded for our records. The cremation continues until sterile bone fragments are all that are left. As soon as they have cooled to the right temperature, the tray is carefully removed before the next individual cremation takes place. There will be a few fragments from the tray with the ashes but this cannot be avoided if the owner is to recieve all their pets ashes.
The remains from the cremator consist of fragments of bone. These are prosessed through a cremulator which reduces them to a fine ash suitable for return or scattering. The cremulator is carefully cleaned each time. The ashes are then placed into the casket chosen by the owner of the pet. The original label stays with the ashes all the time and is meticulously checked against the original cremation details.