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    Pet Cemeteries in Cedar Rapids


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    Business Listing   Cedar Valley Humane Society - Cedar Rapids, IA - Phone: (319) 362-6288


    Business Listing   Iowa Valley Monument - Cedar Rapids, IA - Phone: (319) 362-9911


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    Helpful Definition for: Pet Cemeteries


    Pet cemeteries are burial ground for animals. Pets and other animals to which people are emotionally attached are often ceremonially buried in Cedar Rapids. Pet cemeteries offer single and multiple plots options, a specially designed pet casket or vault may be used and 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 Cedar Rapids.

    Many pet owners like the idea of keeping the ashes in an urn because that way if they move they can always makes sure that their pets are with them. In Cedar Rapids there are basically four different kinds of pet cremation ceremonies, private cremation, viewing cremation, individual cremation, and communal cremation.

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