Pet Urns for Large Dogs
In our real world, most families and individuals will eventually get a pet of some kind and many people love dogs as a pet and some love to have a big dog as a pet.
Sometimes even people that have small places get large dogs as pets, because they like the breed, or they are smart, loving, caring, etc. and families with big houses or hunters, etc. also like to get big dogs.
And then one day, sooner or later the big dog will pass away, and the family or individual will lose a dear friend, but reality is that they need to do something about the remains of that big dog and most likely they will be on the market for Pet Urns for Large Dogs.
It is hard to describe or define what we mean by large dog. Dogs come in many different breeds, colors, sizes, etc. and some of them, like the Great Dane could weight up to 200 pounds, or a Tibetan Mastiff, that will go up to almost 200 pounds. Then we also have dogs like the Saint Bernard that can go all the way to 250 pounds or more, or a Doberman that is still a big dog but will only go to 100 pounds in weight. But we will consider for this case any dog that weighs more than 80 pounds as a large dog.
At urns.com we carry Pet Urns for Large Dogs and we very much care for all sizes, so we have a wide selection of Dog Urns as a fundamental part of our collection of pet urns. We had the opportunity to meet and spend time with artisans in the United States that design and manufacture pet urns for large dogs, and it is amazing the time they spend and the devotion they have to design these urns with care and love. And of course, they also have dogs of their own and love them, so they can really understand what people go through when they loose a loved one.
We also had the opportunity to meet with a manufacturer of pet urns from abroad and we found the same dedication and love for these animals. And as a matter of fact, this man started his factory manufacturing urns for pets, of course for dogs, small, medium, Large, etc., and then he started the human side of the production.
We have talked about this in a previous blog, because it is something that we, dog lovers will have to deal at some point in time, and these are time-sensitive issues.
First, you will need to figure out what to do with your dog’s body. In the time we live, cremation is likely to be the most popular choice among owners, but there are a few other options, which some owners find more appealing.
Part of the reason that cremation is popular is because it is generally pretty affordable and convenient. Of course it varies depending on the size of your dog, the state and city you live in, the type of dog urn that you choose, etc., and if you have a big dog, the cremation services and urn will be a little more expensive.
We also have a blog article about personalizing your dog urns.