613-656-0806

Newsletters

Learn from the expertise of Patrick and Sabine Couture, who are the owners and operators of Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc.

Paws News December 2016

As you prepare for the holidays, it’s easy to forget about the small things that can cause a real danger to dogs and cats. By taking a little time to ensure your home is ready for a pet-friendly holiday, you can avoid possible tragedy or large vet bills. Here are 8 tips for pet owners during the holiday season:

read more

When we get “the call”

November 2016 Paws News Hello everyone ! Welcome to Paws News. What happens when we get “the call”? We thought it might be important to walk you through the steps we take when we get a call that a pet has passed away. 1. If your pet passes away at home you do not need...

read more

Paws News September 2016

September 2016                                          Paws News   Hello everyone! Welcome to Paws News.   One of the questions we are asked quite often is what a pet owner should do if their pet passes away at home. Resting Paws offers a pick-up service either at...

read more

Paws News August

August 2016                                          Paws News   Hello everyone! Welcome to Paws News. Are you thinking of getting a pet? (most of this information was found on http://www.wikihow.com/Choose-a-Pet) Keeping a pet is a huge responsibility and can entail...

read more

Paws News July 2016

July 2016                                          Paws News Hello everyone! Welcome to Paws News.   In this Newsletter we want to stress the importance of protecting your pets from the heat. I know this is common sense for most of us, but I find it very disturbing...

read more

What to do….

I have lost my pet. Now what? Pets are a big part of our life and our family. When that companion passes away the pain we feel can be intense. We not only face the loss of the pet, we also have to make difficult decisions for the aftercare. When is the right time to...

read more

Why am I so sad?

My pet is still alive and I am already feeling the loss. Why? It may begin with a diagnosis of an incurable disease or condition. For example, if an older cat is diagnosed with borderline kidney failure you know that you can manage the disease for some time, but your...

read more
Page 3 of 512345
Share This