Arkansas Pet Cremation
As one of Little Rock's top rated Pet Cremation Services, we understand the importance for a family to have closure when a pet passes. Our team is committed to providing you with affordable, quality care in your time of need. 
(501) 712-1115

How It Works

Home Pick Up
You call us directly to schedule a time to pick up your loved one. A member of our team will come at the scheduled time and transport your pet back to our facility. 
Cremains are placed in an urn of your choice with an engraved name plate. The urn is the scanned into our secure tracking system. 
Delivery Service
We deliver your loved one to your vet or directly to you. If you choose to have your pet delivered to the vet, we notify you via phone when the delivery is complete.

What Our Customers Say

"Arkansas Pet Cremation has provided us with a wonderful service. Unfortunately, we lose our beloved pets, but we now have a way of keeping them near and dear no matter where we live."
All Pets Animal Hospital, Little Rock
"I wanted to thank you for your excellent service, concern, and compassion in helping us with our loved ones. Our little friends leave us, but they are never forgotten. You helped make everything less painful."
Double Tree Veterinary Clinic  


15301 Beau Vue Drive, Little Rock, AR


More than 50 lbs
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Personally Engraved Urn


Less than 49lbs
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Personally Engraved Urn
More than 100 lbs
Pick Up 
Personally Engraved Urn



Frequently Asked Questions

1. How does cremation take place? 
Cremation is a thermal process that reduces an animal's remains to ash. It takes 30 minutes to two hours for most pets. The final step is to finish any remaining fragments (they are not totally consumed), producing a finer ash that the pet owner receives. 
2. If my pet dies at home, do I have to take him/her to the veterinarian for cremation? 
You don't need to take your pet to the vet. Our team will pick up the deceased pet from you home. We recommend you ask you veterinarian whether his service offers this option for pet owners. 
4. What will my pet's ashes look like? 
Ashes will usually be a gritty gray substance that comes wrapped in a plastic bag within a beautiful standard urn. 
3. How do I know the ashes I get are really my pet's ashes? 
Your veterinarian has probably worked with the same pet cremation service for many years, so he or she would be the best person to ask. Private cremations can be the lifeblood of pet crematorium so why would we jeopardize our professional reputation?
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