Collection of Your Pet for Cremation or Burial
Collection of Your Pet from Veterinary Surgeries
We will collect your pet as soon as possible if that is what you want. Some sample fees are shown below. If you do not mind your pet being left at the veterinary surgery then in order to minimize the cost to you we offer a free collection from certain veterinary practices on a twice weekly basis. For an individual cremation, if we collect on one of our normal days we will return the ashes on the next. This means there will be a maximum of one week from the time your pet dies to the time the ashes are returned to the surgery for you to collect.
For other surgeries near to our normal collection
For the twice-weekly veterinary
Ultimately you decide how you want us to collect your pet. We are here to follow your wishes so please feel free to discuss any aspect of the service.
Bringing your Pet to us
You may bring
Collection of your pet from your home
If you wish we can collect your pet from your home. Sample fees are shown below. We will collect at a mutually convenient time, which will always be as soon as we possibly can. Obviously, the more notice you can give us then we can be more accurate in our timings but just call us when you need us and we will respond as soon as we can.
We can also collect from your home on our scheduled run days and this will reduce the cost significantly, depending, of course, on the location. Your pet will be placed into its own container and transported with other pets using the same system described above in the veterinary collections. Again, the choice is yours.
Collection Fees for Your Pet
This is a guide price only. Please call us with your postal code for an accurate quote.
|East Grinstead / Crawley / Redhill||£30|
|Edenbridge / Oxted||£45|
|Biggin Hill / Horsham||£50|
|Partridge Green / Croydon||£65|
|Battersea / Brighton||£70|
|Worthing / Maidstone / Midhurst||£80|
We can also collect from your home on our scheduled run days and this may reduce the cost significantly as we may be passing nearer your area. Your pet will be placed into its own container and transported with other pets using the same system described above in the veterinary collections. Again, the choice is yours.