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Why Let Your Love Grow is a Win-Win for the Spiritually Conflicted.

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest column by David Remkus. David is a Vice President of Hindsale Animal Cemetery and Crematory in Willowbrook, Illinois. He offers a unique view of creating a living memorial. Ever since I can remember I have been fascinated by the concept of reincarnation. At the age of four, my…
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Gracie – The Pretty One

Hello, my name is Gracie.  I’m the one that my sister Annie calls prissy.  Well, some of that may be true. I am a silver dapple dachshund.  You see, mom and dad adopted me first and while they were visiting me, they brought out Annie, which wasn’t her name at the time.  All she did…
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After Cremation, What Do I Do Now?

Many people say they prefer cremation but do they really know what cremation is? Cremation is a process that prepares the body for final disposition – burial, placement in a niche or mausoleum or kept at home. A misconception is that cremation is a final disposition like burial, but it is only a means of…
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The Cycle of Life…Let Your Love Grow

We’re very excited to have been recently featured on ThePhillyDog.com blog in the article The Cycle of Life…Let Your Love Grow.  You can read part of the post here and see the rest at ThePhillyDog.com. The Cycle of Life…Let Your Love Grow As devastating as it will be, I know that someday Dash will no longer…
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Why Returning Casey Chew’s Remains Back to Mother Earth is a Good Thing

We’re honored to have been featured on grief recovery specialist Clair Chew’s blog in the article Why returning Casey Chew’s remains back to mother earth is a good thing.  You can read part of the post here and see the entire article on Ms. Chew’s blog. Why Returning Casey Chew’s Remains Back to Mother Earth is…
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Let Your Love Grow: a Living Memorial for Your Pet

We’re proud to have been recently featured on the Doggies and Stuff blog in the article Let your Love Grow: A Living Memorial for your Pet.  You can read part of the post here and see the rest at Doggies and Stuff. Let your Love Grow: A Living Memorial for Your Pet When you lose…
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