Saying goodbye to a special member of the family can be overwhelming.
We are here to give you the care and sensitivity you need during this difficult time. Our specially trained staff will give you and your pet tender loving care. A visit to our facility and attending cremation services can be helpful and reassuring.
Texas Pet Meadow is proud to be family owned and operated, with over 20 years of experience in helping families through the loss of a pet. Located in Houston, Texas Pet Meadow is a member of the International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories, maintaining the highest standards in the profession and following a strict Code of Ethics.
Private Pet Cremation
Texas Pet Meadow provides True Private pet Cremation — where each pet is cremated in its own chamber and you can be sure that you receive your pet’s, and only your pet’s, ashes back. Other providers offering “Individual” or “Segregated” cremation cannot make this claim. We also utilize state of the art equipment and a rigorous tracking system to ensure the integrity of our processes. We will return your pet’s remains in an elegant wooden memorial chest. We also offer a complete range of personalized memorial urns which are available on our website or on display at our memorial center.
If you would like to read more about the difference between Private and Individual pet cremation, and would like to see a photo of our crematory, follow this link:
Communal Pet Cremation
This process involves cremating your pet simultaneously along with other pets. As a result, we do not return the cremains. Click here to learn about where we scatter your pets ashes.
Viewing your pet prior to cremation can be an important part of the grieving process. Our private viewing room is a place where your family can gather to say goodbye to your cherished pet.
Your presence at the time of your pets private cremation is welcome. Schedule by calling our office.
We will gently transport your pet from your veterinarian’s office or your home to our facility.
We know that the loss of a pet is a very emotionally difficult time. For this reason, we suggest that pet owners think about after-care options before the need arises.
You can make arrangements with us ahead of time. As a result, you can decide on your wishes during a time of calm, rather than crisis. Lastly, we encourage you to call us anytime for pre-planning of pet cremation services.
“Farewell, Master, Yet not farewell. Where I go, ye, too, shall dwell I am gone, before your face, A moment’s time, a little space. When ye come where I have stepped Ye will wonder why ye wept.”