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Some dogs like balls. A lot. They love them. Some dogs carry balls with them everywhere, some dogs just loved to play fetch with you in the grass. I created this urn to honor the memory of play. It was one of our biggest connections with our dogs. And, a cat or two, honestly. If this is your dog (or cat), this might be the perfect urn for you.
Ceramic Tennis Ball Pet Dog Urn - Bronze ForeverSafeUrns 4.5 out of 5 stars (2) $ 232.19. Add to Favorites Cremation Pet Urn, Engraved Dog Cat Ashes, Pet urn for dogs ...
Urns for Dogs That Let Your Memories Live On. A dog urn should reflect the personality of your one-of-a-kind friend. Whether you wish to celebrate the memory of Chewy, your bulldog, who never took a nap he didn’t like, or Baxter, your happy beagle, who had a passion for chasing squirrels, or Murphy, your chocolate lab, who could spend endless hours retrieving a tennis ball… it’s reassuring to know you aren’t just settling for any vessel to hold their cremains.
Imagine a pet urn shaped like a giant tennis ball. How about a pet urn shaped exactly like your dog's dog house. And how an urn designed around your pet's collar and leash.
Some of our unique dog urns include the Fire Hydrant and Tennis Ball urns. Our variety of cat urns is broad, including the Yarn Ball and Faithful Friend urns. Designed to celebrate the joy that pets bring into our lives, the urns at Pets to Rest are available in a myriad of shapes, sizes, colors, and styles.
The Small Tennis Ball Infinite Impression Cremation Urn is made from composite wood with a walnut veneer. Photo and personalization are permanently adhered to the urn. This urn is easily sealed through the bottom with a removable base and screws. The bott
Something whimsical and light-hearted was needed. A dog urn with different colors on the box and "tennis balls" on the sides (Suzie liked playing fetch) and an autumn tree was just the ticket. Inside the urn are her ashes encased in fabric with dog images on it. And her picture is in a frame inside the lid along with her dog tag.
For every 1 pound of body weight, allow about 1 cubic inch capacity (for example, your 150 pound loved one will need an urn with a minimum capacity of 150 cubic inches). Remember, an urn can only be too small - if you're not sure, it's better to choose a larger urn. For assistance choosing the right sized urn, call us at 877.249.7735