Photo Frame Pet Urns

Small Photo Cube Rotating Cremation Urn - Up to 5 photos $49.95 [136]

This product is available in a size of 40 cubic inches.

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Small Walnut Photo Pet Cremation Urn $74.99 [34]

This product is available in a size of 55 cubic inches.

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Versa Photo Cremation Urn - Cherry Wood Finish $46.95 [16]

This product is available in a size of 90 cubic inches.

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About Photo Frame Pet Urns

With a photo pet urn from Perfect Memorials, you can create a loving tribute to your pet, complete with your favorite photo. These urns have one or more picture frames that are directly attached, allowing you to personalize the urn in a special way. Photo pet urns are available in a number of different styles, including frames, chests, and cubes.

While many urns from Perfect Memorials – including our photo pet urns – can be engraved with your pet's name and other customizable text, adding a photo to the urn makes it extra special. Having a photo to remember happier times can be a consolation in your time of grief.

How to Choose a Photo Pet Urn

When choosing between photo pet urns, there are a number of questions that you need to ask yourself. How many photos do you want to display, and in what size? Do you want a rectangular, oval, or heart-shaped frame? Do you want to add custom engraving? How much space do you need in the urn? Once you know exactly what your criteria are, it's easier to choose an urn for your pet.

Consider How Many Photos to Display

Start by considering the photos that you want to display. If you are looking for an urn to hold just one picture, you'll have a wide variety to choose from. There are a few urns that hold two photos side-by-side, and more that have space for 5 to 6 photos in a cube or rotating display. In some cases where there are places for multiple photos, adding an optional engraved plaque or poem plaque may reduce the number of images that you can add.

Photo Urn Frame Shape

The most common frame shapes for photo pet urns are square or rectangular, oval, or heart-shaped. Depending on the size of the urn, the frame may be smaller than a standard photograph print. While some urns have the room for an image that's 4" x 6" or larger, the frame size on a small urn may only have an opening of about 2" x 2". In addition, a heart-shaped frame may limit the section of the photo that you can see.

Keep in mind that, because of the size of the photo frame, you may need to cut your photos down to fit. It's a good idea to make high quality copies of the photo, if you can, so that you don't destroy the originals. You may also want to enlarge or shrink the image so that the portion that you most want to display is easy to see.

Pet Urn Sizes

Generally speaking, pet urns tend to be smaller than urns for people, since most pets don't weigh as much as people do. If you have lost a large dog or other large pet, there are urns available with enough space to hold the cremains of a pet of nearly any size. Horse urns, which also include space for photos, are extremely large and have the space for an animal that weighed up to 2,000 pounds.

When choosing an urn, a good rule of thumb is to make sure that it has 1 cubic inch of volume for each pound of your pet's weight before cremation. In other words, if your cat weighed 12 pounds, you'll need an urn with at least 12 cubic inches of volume inside. Most people choose a photo pet urn with extra space, both to ensure that there is plenty of room for the remains and any container that they arrived in and so that they can add a collar, favorite toy, or other memento to the urn.

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How to select the right size urn

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Choosing the right size urn

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Choosing the right size urn is easy. For every one pound before cremation you will need 1 cubic inch of volume. For example, a loved one weighing 200 pounds will need an urn that is at least 200 cubic inches or larger. Choosing an urn larger then you need is OK.