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The grief might be devastating if your pet has passed and you find it very hard to move on with life without their presence. You’ll need time to mourn, and after this period, you can call us; there are many great options we can offer to remind you or/and your family of all the great memories you shared with your pet. 

At Compassionate Care pet aquamation, we are pet lovers, and our services are the best in Long Island; they’re gentle, respectful, friendly, and high-quality. We treat our client’s pets just like we would want our pets to be handled.

Aquamation is another method of preparing the pet’s final disposition after passing away. It’s a more friendly aftercare method to return your pet to mother nature. 

Aqua cremation uses water instead of flame and is the best alternative to using a cremation service. Aquamation uses the process of alkaline hydrolysis to break down pet’s remains into mineral bone ashes. We have the best pet aquamation services in the Long Island area and the entire city of New York metropolitan area.

Pet aquamation process was only recently adopted as an alternative to burial and cremation. It has many benefits compared with other disposition methods. They include:

No Emission of Gases

During the aquamation process, there is no emission of gases in the air. Other methods of disposition emit gases, and some of them are toxic. For instance, burial is considered a contributing factor in methane gas emission, a greenhouse gas promoting global warming. 

Burying also leads to the formation of toxic liquids throughout decomposition; this liquid can seep into different underground areas and get into the underground water. 

Energy Efficient

The Aquamation method is also more energy-efficient. This is because it uses a fraction of energy compared to cremation. A pet cremation process can use temperatures of up to 1,000˚C. Aquamation will only need 10% of this energy that is used for pet cremation. It is the best compared to other pet aftercare options when it comes to energy efficiency. Also, it does not burn any fossil fuel.

Most of the Pet’s Remains Are Retained

An Aquamation service will retain most of your pet’s remains, and that’s why the ash remains are 20% more compared with the ashes formed after pet cremation methods. When the pet cremation method is used, some of the bones in the pet’s remains are destroyed and expelled into the air.  

Cremation might not be the best way to celebrate the end of your pet’s life compared with the aquamation method. You would prefer to have all of your pets remains back together, and we will be able to fulfill your wish better through aquamation.

It is A Water-Based Process

Unlike pet cremation, which uses flames or fire, aquamation uses water to return pets to mother nature. Also, the water used is minimal. It is less than what one household can use in a single day and also includes that used for the whole process and cleaning. 

It Is A Completely Sterile Process

The Aqua Cremation method neutralizes all potential diseases or medications like the ones used in chemotherapy. Aquamation also enables the pet owners to get the remains of their pets in their new condition; this is because we will remove any prosthetics or plates that are surgically implanted. Pet cremation compromises this integrity because no surgical removal procedures will be done.  

Cleaner Ash Remains

Aquamation produces clean ash remains, which are more white than those formed from a pet cremation method. This is because burning produces carbon which discolors the ashes during cremation.

There are Many Things You Can Do With The Remains of Your Pet

Having the remains of your pet in your urn present many meaningful things you can do or use. You can choose to keep them in the urn forever, or you can have them scattered in one or more special places. You can use the powdered ashes of your pet when planting a memorial tree, plant, or garden in Long Island or other sites if you decide to travel.

You can also incorporate the ash remains into art, paintings, glass jewelry or solidify them into “parting stones.”  Other pet owners can decide to make statues, and they can add the ash remains and mix them with concrete to add something real into their sculptures. 

At Compassionate Care Pet Aquamation, we can also help you decide on the best way you would want to memorialize your pet. You’re free to contact us anytime, and we will be quick to respond to your situation and start the journey of taking care of your departed friend. 

Whatever option you pick will guide you and offer extra help and services in giving your pet the most appropriate send-off or final celebration of their life. We will also help with your pressing questions regarding the pet memorial services and how best you can utilize their ash remains. You can also call us, and we will be happy to offer our time and come to your Long Island or New York home or resident and help you with the final journey preparations for your pet.  

Pet aquamation services are clean and effective compared to cremation and burial. Most pet cremation service providers use outdated processes, including crematory ovens that are often left outside in the dark, and it’s not clear whether they’re cleaned well before and after their usage. 

Some countries have even banned some fire crematories in their jurisdiction due to pollution and potential health risks. Seeking our pet aquamation services in Long Island will ensure you’re using a friendly environmental method that will not pollute the air in your community. 

Why You Should Choose Compassionate Care Pet Aquamation Services

We will provide you with the best aquamation services in Long Island. We are dedicated, compassionate, and licensed professionals with rich experiences in pet aquamation services. We offer this pet cremation alternative in a respectful, gentle, and personal manner. 


Our price is fair and affordable. You can also contact us to ask any questions or invite us to your home to help you and make arrangements for your pet’s end-of-life memorial service and disposition.