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For the safety of your family and you, some measures need to be taken immediately after your pet passes away.
If your pet died while under the care of a veterinarian, they can help you properly care for your pet's remains.
However, the death of some pets is unexpected. If your pet dies outside of a veterinary clinic, you can call the emergency veterinary services for help. But they are not always available or accessible. As difficult as it may be, in some cases, we must prepare our beloved pets for cremation or burial without veterinary help.
Honestly, if this unfortunate thing does happen, then please stay calm. You can put on the proper protective equipment such as disposable occlusive gloves made of latex or rubber for your pet before transporting the remains to a veterinary clinic or service. This will be the best home for your baby amid misfortune. We only need to do basic measures, and professional things need professional personnel.
Maybe this is the last action in the preparation process, but it’s the most significant one. If possible, you should call your local veterinary clinic or emergency veterinary service, but don't forget to seek personal help and support.
Our fur babies are the most precious, and they cannot be overemphasized in our hearts. It’s very challenging and emotional when our fur babies pass away unexpectedly or find that you need to dispose of their remains by yourself.
Dealing with the death of a beloved pet under any circumstances is not an easy task. Experiencing this emotional impact while preparing your pet for cremation can make a challenging time even more difficult.
Therefore, please make sure you are not alone in the process, and don't hesitate to reach out to the prominent people in your life for emotional support if needed.