What’s Wrong with My Pet? – When the Time Comes…
Dr. Rossi’s guest this week is Nate Ferguson, a co-owner of Paw Prints Pet Crematory. Nate discussed difficult decisions that need to be made when a beloved pet passes away. These options include cremation or burial in a pet cemetary, or at home. The benefit of pet cremation is that it allows one to keep their pet close to them, indefinetly. He gave a detailed description of the process, and mentioned how they insure quality control.
Nate shared other memorial services that they provide, include making an impression of your pet’s paw or foot, or saving a lock of fur, and other mementos. It became obvious that Nate is an animal lover and that is what led him to the business, reminding us that our pets are often considered to be members of our families.
Dr. Rossi also discussed another study that showed the benefits of having pets in the household of a young child. Other topics included, causes for excessive water consumption by cats, and how to determine what your dog might be allergic to, including the most common allergens.
You can reach the kind folks from Pet Paws Crematory at: