About Me


Hello, my name is Henry Miller. If you're like me -- a lifelong pet owner -- you feel as thought your beloved pet has become part of your family. And when they pass, you need a way to memorialize their burial ground. So I started pet headstones, as way for me to provide information about creating a monument for your late family member that will last a lifetime. I hope you will stay around for a while and learn as we go along. And if you have any questions, I'll be happy to answer them personally.

Pet Memorial Plaques A Loving Tribute To Your Pet

It is an extremely difficult time for an individual or family when they lose a pet. The pet could have been a true companion or a dear family member. Nowadays, people can remember their much loved pet in a more desirable way. Pet memorial plaques are an affectionate and loving way to remember pets after their passing. Pets are no different from other family members and a loving tribute to their lives after their demise in the form of a placard with their name or photo on display in ones home shows how much one adored and cared for their pet. There are a number of styles and materials that one can choose from.

Bronze pet memorial plaques are specifically designed in such a way that they can be attached to walls, rocks, concrete, granite base, trees or furniture and is ideal for one to purchase and set up in a place that was special to them and their beloved pet.

The plaque could also be made of concrete and can be engraved with a beautiful personal inscription or message about ones pet. There are a number of garden stores and pet shops that sell different do-it-yourself grave marker kits which allow pet owners to offer a lasting tribute to their dearly loved pet. Pet owners can use these kits to add personal finishing touches like gemstones or pictures with the pets name or a special message to the memorial plaque.

There are other types of memorial plaques that are made of metal. These too can have an engraving of the pets name, date of birth and date of passing on the front. However, they would require a coating of rust proof varnish or glaze painted over the entire plaque in order to ensure that the plaque does not corrode or rust due to rain if it were to be used outdoors.

Wooden memorial plaques can also be used to mark the demise of a much loved family pet and can be etched with information about the pet along with a lovely carving or portrait of the pet.

Pet memorial plaques could be placed over a pets grave and are a great way to immortalize ones pet and is a fitting tribute. When the time comes for you to say goodbye and bid farewell to your beloved friend, a commemorative memorial plaque could respectfully help with the letting go process.

Pet Memorial Plaques A Loving Tribute To Your Pet

It is an extremely difficult time for an individual or family when they lose a pet. The pet could have been a true companion or a dear family member. Nowadays, people can remember their much loved pet in a more desirable way. Pet memorial plaques are an affectionate and loving way to remember pets after their passing. Pets are no different from other family members and a loving tribute to their lives after their demise in the form of a placard with their name or photo on display in ones home shows how much one adored and cared for their pet. There are a number of styles and materials that one can choose from.

Bronze pet memorial plaques are specifically designed in such a way that they can be attached to walls, rocks, concrete, granite base, trees or furniture and is ideal for one to purchase and set up in a place that was special to them and their beloved pet.

The plaque could also be made of concrete and can be engraved with a beautiful personal inscription or message about ones pet. There are a number of garden stores and pet shops that sell different do-it-yourself grave marker kits which allow pet owners to offer a lasting tribute to their dearly loved pet. Pet owners can use these kits to add personal finishing touches like gemstones or pictures with the pets name or a special message to the memorial plaque.

There are other types of memorial plaques that are made of metal. These too can have an engraving of the pets name, date of birth and date of passing on the front. However, they would require a coating of rust proof varnish or glaze painted over the entire plaque in order to ensure that the plaque does not corrode or rust due to rain if it were to be used outdoors.

Wooden memorial plaques can also be used to mark the demise of a much loved family pet and can be etched with information about the pet along with a lovely carving or portrait of the pet.

Pet memorial plaques could be placed over a pets grave and are a great way to immortalize ones pet and is a fitting tribute. When the time comes for you to say goodbye and bid farewell to your beloved friend, a commemorative memorial plaque could respectfully help with the letting go process.