Dog Urns

Alice Wisler
Pets are missed.

A dog urn is a container for placing the remains of your beloved pet. As you consider burial options, cremation might be your choice for your canine.

Finding a Dog Urn

When your dog dies, you may bury it in the ground in a casket or decide to have it cremated. Purchasing an urn to place the remains of your cremated pet in can be done in person locally or online. You may choose to bury this urn or keep it in a significant place in your home. Depending on what you plan to do with the dog urn, will determine which type you buy.

Types of Urns

Urns can be made of:

  • Treated wood
  • Hardwood - solid oak, maple or walnut
  • Metal
  • Resin

Where to Purchase

Made of solid hardwood, Pet Urns has four sizes of figurine urns. Each holds a miniature version of your dog's breed on the top of the urn. The bagged ashes are placed into the urn through a removable bottom which is fastened with screws. These urns are decorative and come with a plaque where your pet's name can be inscribed. You may have up to four lines of engraving. These boxed containers are pretty enough to display in your home if you feel comfortable doing that. Many places sell customizable urns as well, so you can add a picture of your beloved furry friend:

Pet Loss Support

While losing a pet is hard, know that as time goes on, you will be able to feel less sadness as you remember happy memories you and your dog spent together.

Dog Urns