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Pet Cemetery & Crematory

Pets and other animals to which people are emotionally attached are often ceremonially buried. Most families bury deceased pets on their own properties, typically in the yard. Pet cemeteries offer single and multiple plots options. A specially designed pet casket or vault may be used.

In cremation, the remains can be saved in an urn, buried, or scattered. In a memorial cremation, several pets are cremated together. The resulting cremated remains are then scattered on the cemetery grounds. In most cases pet cemeteries will have a chapel, and there will be facilities to hold a ceremony.

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Toothacres Petcare Center

Toothacres Pet Care Center provides the finest indoor/outdoor boarding environment for your pet. With over 45 years of experience, the Clem Family has created and maintained the highest level of excellence in the pet care industry.

Our Pet Cemetery has been serving the animal lovers of Texas since 1979. In the past 33 years we have served the pet owning public and have excelled at the specialized services in demand today including private and partitioned cremations and burial services.

We are pet owners too, and we hope that your pet will become part of the Toothacres Family for years to come.

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International Association Of Pet Cemeteries & Crematories

The International Association Of Pet Cemeteries & Crematories (IAOPCC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of pet cemeteries and crematories through public awareness programs.

Founded in 1971 in West Chicago by Pat Blosser, our goal is to serve as a valuable resource for continuing education for our Members and to educate pet parents to the importance of seeking services from an IAOPCC Pet Cemetery/Crematory Member versus the other options available to them. The IAOPCC represents the gold standard in both business and ethics in the aftercare industry.

Being an IAOPCC Member assures your clients that they are dealing with a reputable provider offering the finest in aftercare for their pet. IAOPCC Members are expected to uphold the high standards set by the Association and are bound by the standards and practices set forth by the Association.

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