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Chesterfield Pet Crematorium

todayMarch 22, 2022 17

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We know how difficult it is to say goodbye to your beloved pet, especially if they have been part of your family for a long time. We are dedicated to providing a personalised and caring service to all pets, big and small, ensuring you can mark their passing with the appropriate level of dignity and respect.

We are currently putting the final touches to our service offering and will soon be available to serve our local community. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us on 01246 914 111.

As owners of pets ourselves, we understand the sense of loss the parting of a family pet can leave.

We have felt the numbness that came with the realisation that there was no local alternative other than to leave our loved one with a vet after their passing. We want to ensure that our clients could leave their pets with the full confidence they would be treated with the same dignity, care, compassion and professionalism that we felt were missing when we most needed them.

We want to serve the town and local vicinity by giving you the chance to say your final farewells in the privacy of our Farewell Room.

PLEASE CALL OR VISIT

PHONE : 01246 914 111

EMAIL – General Enquiries please email Richard or Nick on:- support@chesterfieldpetcrem.com

VISIT

Chesterfield Pet Crematorium, Church View, Units 2E & F, Clay Cross, Chesterfield S45 9HA

Monday – Friday: 9AM – 5:30M
Saturday: 10AM – 1PM
Sunday: Closed

Written by: NDR NEWS

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