A dignified farewell for your canine companion

Those of us who are fortunate enough to have that special bond with a canine companion know that the loss of such unconditional love can be devastating.

We aim to ease the sadness of parting by providing you with a dignified and personal service. Our compassionate and caring team is here for you for when you’re ready to discuss your wishes for your dog’s cremation service.

Dog Cremation

We offer individual and communal cremations, with the option of using our Gold Leaf Collection Service. Our tasteful range of caskets, urns and keepsakes offer you a lasting memory of your beloved companion. We are here for you should you wish to discuss the options available for your dog’s cremation.
Dog Individual Cremation

Individual Cremation

Communal Cremation

Communal Cremation

Dog Cremation Prices

Price includes the individual cremation, casket and certificate of cremation.

Individual CremationSmall Dog
Medium Dog
Large Dog
Giant Dog
Pet Stairway Scattering Tube£243.00£286.50£346.50£414.00
Traditional Casket£259.50£303.00£363.00£430.50
Burford Oak Casket£271.50£315.00£375.00£442.50
Photo Tribute Box£274.50£318.00£378.00£445.50
Sleeping Cat Casket£286.50£330.00£390.00£457.50
Alderly Urn£283.50£327.00£387.00£454.50
Earlswood Urn£283.50£327.00£387.00£454.50
Communal CremationSmall Dog
Medium Dog
Large Dog
Giant Dog
No ashes returned£123.00£157.50£186.00£220.50
Gold Leaf Service
Should you wish to use our Gold Leaf Service, please view our Gold Leaf Individual Cremation page, or contact us for more details.Gold Leaf Collection/Delivery of Ashes £2.00 per mile

Prices are inclusive of VAT & are correct as of 1st June 2023. Services are subject to availability. 06/2023. E&OE.

A range of urns, caskets and keepsakes to choose from

What happens next?

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Step 1 - Your pet’s cremation options

You will then have a few decisions to make to give your pet their final farewell.

You can:

  • Ask for your pet to be collected from your home or veterinary practice
  • Bring your pet directly to our crematorium
  • Opt for an individual cremation (and have your pet’s ashes returned) or a communal cremation (no ashes are returned)
  • Choose any keepsakes such as a fur clipping or paw print
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Step 2 - Choosing a casket, urn or keepsake

We have a range of caskets and urns for you to keep your beloved pet’s ashes in. We can then deliver them to your home or veterinary practice for you or you may prefer to visit the crematorium to collect them yourself.

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Step 3 - Saying goodbye

You can choose what you would like to do when the time comes to say goodbye:

  • Decide if you would like to see your pet one last time at the crematorium
  • Discuss any other wishes, such as having flowers or special music
  • It may be possible for you to wait, so you can take your pet’s ashes home with you that day
A dog and girl sit together in the countryside


“I wanted to say a big thank you to all the team at Valley Pet Crematorium. They dealt with our beautiful dog Woody who died over the Christmas period. They were kind and compassionate and saw to all our needs and wishes for Woody’s cremation. They made an awful situation so much better. With special thanks to Jill.A wonderful place in a time of much sadness.” – Amanda