Cremation Process

Our Process

Our cremation units are funeral home quality only smaller in scale. They are fueled by natural gas for reliability and efficiency, and they were built to meet government standards regarding emissions and air quality.  We operate four of these units on a regular basis and all cremations, both private and communal, are done locally at our facility on US Hwy 421.

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The average cremation takes two to three hours and results in bone fragments that are vacuumed from the unit. The remains are processed to a powder like consistency and placed in our standard wooden urn. Pet owners are welcome to be present for the cremation from start to finish. However, these attended cremations must be scheduled based on our availability of equipment and staff. There is an additional fee for these special appointments.

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Pet owners are welcome to be present for the cremation from start to finish. In fact, we encourage pet owners to avoid any crematorium that does not allow owners to be present during this service. However, these attended cremations must be scheduled based on our availability of equipment and staff. There is an additional fee for these special appointments.

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Have Questions?

Feel free to call or email us with any questions you may have.

Office: 910-762-7525
Cell: 910-762-7525
Email: [email protected]

COVID-19

COVID-19 is having a dramatic impact on our lives, businesses, and on supply chains. We will continue to be open to serve you, unless we are forced to close by governing agencies.


I want to assure you we are doing everything possible to keep our customers and our people safe while continuing to serve you in your time of need.


Southeastern Pet Cremation is following the guidance of global health experts at the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We are reminding our employees about frequent hand washing, and we are regularly cleaning and disinfecting our facilities and equipment. Importantly, we are asking that our drivers and other employees stay home from work if they feel sick. These procedures are not new to us as we regularly perform these duties on an everyday basis to keep you safe.


Our employees are working to continue to serve the needs of Veterinary Hospitals and individuals alike during this time, while keeping everyone safe.


Thank you for trusting us!