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Pet Memorial & Cemetery Services
Losing a pet can be a very painful time for anyone. We recognize that pets are family. They come into our lives and bring tremendous joy and happiness, and when they leave, they often impart a great sadness upon us. We understand and are here to help.
Baltimore Humane Society offers memorial services and a final resting place for your pets at Nicodemus Memorial Park, located on the grounds of our Wildlife Sanctuary. Nicodemus Memorial Park provides a serene setting for individuals to remember and share their love for a beloved family pet. We also offer a variety of bereavement support services and tributes to remember and honor your pet.
An Extension of Your Care
Providing a final place for your friend to rest, or a memorial recognition at Nicodemus Memorial Park, does more than demonstrate your love for your pet. It also shows your compassion and understanding for the pets in our care at the Humane Society, as all proceeds from our memorial services support the life-saving efforts of the Humane Society’s adoption and spay/neuter programs. Your final gesture of love for your pet helps assure the life and love of many more pets at the Humane Society. Thank you.
Memorial services for loved ones are an important part of the grieving process. We offer a variety of different services to meet the needs of each individual, and we are here to help.
Individuals wishing to lay their pets to rest within Nicodemus Memorial Park have several options for interment:
Option of receiving the cremains in an ornate wooden urn or interring them within Nicodemus Memorial Park.
Special arrangements may be made for individuals wishing to spread ashes or inter the cremains in an alternate location.
Pet Removal and Transport
We ask that if you are bringing your pet for burial or cremation, that it must be done before 4:30pm.
If you are unable to transport your pet, it can be arranged for a member of our staff to pick up its remains from home or veterinary office Monday through Friday.
Learn a little more about the life of a Pet Funeral Director in a Baltimore Magazine article profiling Andrew Mazan.