Welcome to Memorial Pet Services

As pet owners ourselves, we understand that pets are part of the family. Decisions are difficult when we are grieving, and we understand that also.  We have had experiences ourselves. Our trained professional and compassionate staff will help you throughout the aftercare process. Our goal is to support you during this difficult time so that you can give your beloved pet a dignified farewell that honors his/her life, and the special relationship you shared. 

Established in 2006, Memorial Pet Services is the first Pet Memorial Center with Certified Pet Loss Professionals in Wisconsin. We are a leading-edge Pet Memorial Center, providing the highest standard of aftercare and cremation services to pet parents and veterinary practices.

Memorial Pet Services is the best choice for pet parents looking to give their cherished pet a final, proper goodbye.

Our Promise/Guarantee

"We promise to provide the highest standard of pet cremation and after care services available in Wisconsin. We assure pet parents that their pet will be handled with the utmost care, dignity, honor and respect at all times." 

"By following our six-step process, we guarantee that the cremated remains returned are those of the pet entrusted to our care."

Thank you so much for your help during this difficult time. We had our Chula since she was born fifteen years ago and she was always a huge part of our family. I greatly appreciate the kindness of your staff and the way I was made to feel as if my pet was important member of my family. She was given dignity and respect I couldn’t ask for anything better. The thoughtful touches regarding the paw print and her remains helped ease the pain of losing my girl. I couldn’t have asked for anything more.

- Chula Gamillo

I just wanted to thank you for all that you guys did for me during my loss of Bubba the brown pug. This past few weeks have been very difficult for me with him not being here. I cry everyday since he passed and its very hard especially this time of the year. He loved to eat and I would find him in the kitchen with me, but not this year. If I could find a way to  bring him back I would do whatever to have him back. I look at him everyday. His birthday was the 12/2 and I would make him a cake that he could eat and share with the others. I have enclosed a pick of him under the tree I put up last year. It was hard for me to put it this year but I did. In hope he would be laying there under the tree. But that didn't happen. Again thanks

- David & Keith