21Feb
2016
0
Retort closed and after Cremation and Resting Paws Dove Return Urn

Pet Cremation Demystified 3/9

Pet Cremation Demystified.  Part 3 of 9 By Patrick Couture Director of Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc. Woodlawn, ON. What is cremation? The standard definition: cremation “is a process of reducing a body to its’ basic elements” i.e. bone fragments and trace amounts of minerals. This is accomplished by exposing a body to intense […]

11Feb
2016
0
Retort closed and after Cremation and Resting Paws Dove Return Urn

Pet Cremation Demystified 2/9

Pet Cremation Demystified.  Part 2 of 9 By Patrick Couture Director of Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc. Woodlawn, ON. Let’s start with the basics: In the industry the cremator unit is referred to as a retort (See picture 2). Why a retort? The term retort is simply the chamber where the body is inserted […]

07Feb
2016
0
Retort closed and after Cremation and Resting Paws Dove Return Urn

Pet Cremation Demystified 1/9

Pet Cremation Demystified.  Part 1 of 9 By Patrick Couture Director of Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc. Woodlawn, ON. For many people it is very difficult to think about the eventual passing of their pet. While attending the Ottawa Pet Expo 2013, my wife and I noticed a variety of reactions when people passed […]

29Jan
2016
0
Diego and Roxy wearing sunglasses while promoting the Resting Paws car rally

Learning Curve

Learning Curve: By Sabine Couture When we first purchased the property and contacted the city to see what we needed to do to get a building permit, we were told that we would need a location and building plan because the property was already properly zoned for the intended use. Imagine our surprise when we […]

09Jan
2016
0
Diego and Roxy wearing sunglasses while promoting the Resting Paws car rally

Humble Beginnings

How Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc. came about By Sabine Couture When it was time to decide what we should talk about in our first article it was clear that we needed to start at the beginning. Patrick retired from the Canadian Armed Forces in 2008 after 28 years of service. He signed up […]

Page 4 of 4