Our online booking system is designed to make arranging our services as easy as possible. You can complete this self-booking yourself or it can be completed by the staff at your local veterinary clinic. A unique identifier number is generated and allocated to your Companion.
If you would prefer to speak to the team, you can call us and we can help arrange everything for you.
Our Door-to-Door Service
At MyCompanion, we organise the final goodbye and ensure it is a respectful and dignified experience. One that marks your pets passing and represents your companion’s place in your family.
- When your companion passes or even if you know in advance, contact us. MyCompanion Pet Cremation support you every step of the way.
- With our unique door-to-door service, we come to your home (or vet clinic) and respectfully transfer your companion to a Willow casket and present for final goodbyes.
- When you have spent time with your pet and are ready, the casket is closed and gently transferred to the vehicle.
- We make the journey to the crematorium where the cremation takes place.
- Our compassionate colleague remains in contact with you, to support and keep you informed of when your companion will be returning home to you.
- There are a wide selection of urns, scatter tubes, bio urns, keepsakes, pawprints, memorials, jewellery, headstones etc to choose from that best suits you and represents your companion.
- Once you have chosen your urn or keepsake, we will return to your home with the remains of your companion within 3-5 days. All remains are returned well-presented with additional items of remembrance and support.
Our Promise to You
At MyCompanion Pet Cremation, we only provide individual cremation. So, what does that mean? It means that your Companions remains, alone, is placed in the cremation chamber. This ensures that the ashes returned to you, in an Urn or Keepsake of your choice, are 100% guaranteed to be those of your companions.
A pet is a beloved member of our family who brings companionship, joy and love to our lives. They can add structure to your day, keep you active, help you overcome challenging times in life and even provide meaning and purpose. When a cherished pet dies, it’s normal to feel grief and loss.
Grieving is a highly individual experience and it doesn’t follow any timelines or schedules. Some people find grief following a loss comes in stages where they experience feelings such as shock, denial, guilt, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Others find that their grief is more cyclical, coming in waves or a series of highs or lows. The lows are likely to be deeper and longer at the beginning and then gradually become shorter and less intense as time goes by. Even years after a loss a sight, sound or anniversary can remind us of something that triggers a strong sense of grief.
Here are some tips that may help you with the loss of your pet:
- Don’t let anyone tell you how to feel, and don’t tell yourself how to feel either. Your grief is your own, and no one else can tell you how to feel and when. Let yourself feel whatever you feel without embarrassment or judgment. It’s ok to be angry, to cry or not to cry. It’s ok to laugh, to find moments of joy and to let go when you’re ready.
- Reach out to others who have lost pets. If your own friends and family members are not sympathetic about pet loss, find someone who is. Often, another person who has also experienced the loss of a beloved pet may better understand what you’re going through. Online message boards may also help.
- Rituals can help to heal. A farewell service can help you and your family members openly express your feelings. Ignore people who think it’s inappropriate to hold a service for a pet and do what feels right for you.
- Create a reminder. Prepare a memorial, plant a tree in memory of your pet, and create a photo album or memory box, or share the memories you enjoyed with your pet in other ways.
- Mind yourself. The stress of losing a pet can quickly deplete your energy and emotional reserves. Looking after your physical and emotional needs will help you get through this difficult time.
- If you have other pets, try to maintain your normal routine. Surviving pets can also experience loss when a pet dies, or they may become distressed by your sorrow. Maintaining their daily routines, or even increasing exercise and play times, will not only benefit the surviving pets but also can help to elevate your mood and outlook too.
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““When we lost misty we didn't know what to do. The comfort and security Adeline brought made the whole experience so much easier to deal with. And the comfort we got from having misty home so quick where she belongs is amazing. We cant thank Adeline enough .””Elaine Conlon
“We would like to thank Sean and his team for looking after our beautiful Belle after she passed away recently. The service was excellent and she was treated like the Queen she was.”Gerry O'Keefe
“My Companion was incredibly kind and compassionate and truly helped us at a difficult time. They were very professional and thoughtful. I couldn’t recommend them enough.”Martina Latini
“The comfort and reassurance we got from Adeline and Sean when we lost Omar was unbelievable. You can tell from start to finish it's a special service born out of their personal experience. From the first phone call a 'where do we turn?' became complete peace of mind. Thank you guys for the expertise, the sensitivity and the compassion. 100% recommended.”Donnchadh O'Neill
“When my parents beloved dog passed away after 14yrs we didn't know who to ring as it was a Sunday. We came across My Companion Pet Cremation and gave them a call. From the moment Sean answered the phone we knew Roxy was in safe hands & even at such short notice it was no problem. Everything was taken care of and as heartbreaking as it was Sean made our my parents last goodbyes very special. Roxy's ashes were delivered back to my parents in a beautiful Urn with a lovely little poem. We cannot thank Sean & Adeline enough and would highly recommend them.”Kathy Daly
“We lost our beautiful Golden Retriever after 13.5 wonderful years. We wanted Sam to be cremated and thankfully we found MyCompanion Pet Cremation.Louise Moore
From the minute I spoke with Adeline on the phone Sunday Morning, I knew we had found the right people to take care of Sam. The compassion, respect, support and empathy we were shown by Sean and Adeline, will never be forgotten.
Sean came to our home within a few hours, sympathised and gave us all the time we needed to say our final farewell to Sam. Sam was placed in the most beautiful wicker basket and was taken away with such respect and dignity. We knew our boy was in wonderful, caring hands, which gave us such comfort. Sean brought Sam back to us 3 days later, in a lovely picture frame box that Adeline had helped us pick. Sam is now back home with us forever. Sean and Adeline, we cannot thank you enough for the care, compassion and support you have given us, It will never be forgotten.
I cannot recommend MyCompanion Pet Cremation highly enough. A truly wonderful service. 🌈🐾”