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Charcoal Rock Medium Pet Cremation Urn - Engravable (PM5669)

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This urn is designed for a loved one with a healthy weight of 65 pounds or less before cremation.

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Usually ships same or next business day. If available custom engraving is done same or next business day.
Outsize Size:
Approx. 7"L x 6"W x 7"H
65 cubic inches

A Charcoal Rock Medium Pet cremation urn is a great way to memorialize your beloved pet. This beautiful charcoal reproduction stone can be placed in a flower garden or displayed on your mantel. This rock cremation urn is made from real granite particles blended with resin during the molding process. Each rock is designed for long-lasting outdoor use and coated with a durable polyurethane finish to protect from rain and sun exposure. This pet cremation urn seals with a 2.5" threaded screw-on bottom plug.

Optional Engraving
Optional engraving can be up to 4 lines with 25 characters per line. Engraving will be done on a UV protected outdoor poly nameplate.

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Total Reviews: 2 (4.00 average)

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Charcoal Rock Med. Pet Cremation Urn

Reviewed By: Ute Harwood on 10/10/2009

This is the perfect Urn for my dog. It is sitting on my fireplace mantel. In the spring I will put it in my dogs favorite spot in my back yard. It looks so natural. I did not want to bury my dogs ashes. I like the idea, that I can move this urn to different spots in my yard. Thank you for such a nice memorial. I highly recommend your company.
Best regards, Ute Harwood

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Too small

Reviewed By: Amy Puliafico on 07/24/2017

I ordered this urn for my 13.5 year old first fur baby. At her heaviest in 2006, she was 66 lbs. The last few years she has stayed right around 60lbs. This urn was no way close to big enough to hold her ashes. I could barely get a quarter of them in there. When I called to complain, they offered to send a return label and the person I spoke to asked about her weight at her healthiest. What does what she weighed in 2006 have to do with when she was cremated 11 years later. If you are getting an urn, be sure to get the next size larger.

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