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Timeless Pets Blog
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Final Care for Your Beloved Animal Companion
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I called Timeless Pets the day after my bird had passed. I talked to Diane and she was very helpful and comforting. When I first met her I went to shake her hand and she let me know they hugged instead. Which was exactly what I needed. She was very patient with me and informed me of the whole process. Going through this grieving experience has been very difficult and she made it easier for me and didn’t judge me. Thank you so much.
Three weeks ago we lost our beloved Frank (10 year old boxer). We turned to Clock Timeless for his final care. The entire process was held with dignity and the ladies recognized how important Frank was to our entire family. We highly recommend calling Clock if you are in need of services.
Clock Timeless Pets have taken care of four of my pets over the years. Jodi and her team are the best in the industry, by far. I have 16 pets in total in which I have had cremated. I’ve had a fair amount of experience with pet crematories in other cities and places around the country. I’ve always been impressed with the professionalism, and care, the Clock’s bring during a sad time. From price and personalized care, they’re the best.
Clock Timeless Pets are wonderful and caring. The loss of my Great Pyreenes “Gatsby” was hard and sad but their help and caring made his passing easier. Their services are so compationate. I don’t know what I would have done without Jody and her staff. Thank you again and again.
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