10 Questions You Always Wanted To Ask a Pet Cremator

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we had a gentleman the other day who

came to us with his rabbit who he'd

actually kept for two years frozen he

actually wanted to make something from

the skin hello there I'm Kevin I am a

Petro mater

I run a individual pet crematorium

called dignity based in Hampshire and

here helping me today I've got my lovely

dog Brax cremating a pet isn't about


it's about sheer heat so our pet

creators the chambers themselves run to

about eight nine hundred degrees

centigrade that can go higher and what

happens is the the body of the animal is

reduced down to their skeletal remains

so when you open the chamber at the end

of the cremation what you see is

actually the calcified bones of the pet

and they're withdrawn and taken out and