Common Questions

Companions Forever has compiled a list of questions and answers about their services. If you do not find the answer to your question please contact us at the email address or phone number listed at the bottom of this page. We will be more than happy to answer your questions.

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How long does the cremation process take?
The cremation process varies by the weight of your pet. It can take anywhere from 30 minutes to over 2 hours.
When will I get my pet back?
We like to allow 3 days . However, we do everything we can to return your pet sooner.
Why do you charge for a home pickup of my pet when I am located just a few blocks from my veterinarian?
We do pickups and returns of pets to the veterinarian clinics on a daily basis. To go to a private home is not in our regular schedule of pickups and returns. A home pickup cannot wait and must be done promptly where veterinarians have the facilities to hold pets in cool storage until we arrive.
Can I make arrangements to pre-pay for services with Companions Forever?
Yes. Arrangements can be made by contacting our office at the phone number at the end of this page. We have serveral clientst that will make pre-arrangements and send monthly payments towards their service. This also locks in any price.
What do you do with my pet until you cremate them?
We keep your pet safely in cool storage.
Do you take credit cards?
Yes. We take Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express and check cards.
How do I know I am getting my pet back?
We pride ourselves and our reputation on the fact we do individual, single and private services. The remains are not mixed with any other pet. We also do a common scatter service where we cremate pets in a group. The ashes are scattered at our peaceful and private Memorial Wall at 251st and HW 75, just south of Glenpool.
Can someone combine their pets ashes with their own ashes?
Yes, but we do not provide the service of combining human and pet cremains.
Is it legal to scatter my pet's cremains in a park, lake or ocean?
Yes.
Can you put a pet's cremains in the casket of the owner?
Yes, this can be done, but a family member will have to place the pet's cremains in the casket of the owner.
Can you cremate pets that have been buried for some time?
Yes, under special circumstances and with prior arrangements. Please contact our office at the phone number listed at the bottom of this page to visit with us about this.
Can we include pictures, toys and blankets to be cremated with our pet?
Yes, we strive to meet all of your wishes. Please contact our office at the phone number listed at the bottom of this page.