My name is David Mason, and I own and run Central Pet Cremations. I had the idea of setting up the company for a long time before starting in September 2011. Our first born Lewis had just turned one years old when my wife Sam told me there was never a “perfect time” to start a new venture and to do it.  That was almost 10 years ago and we now have a little girl called Darcy who is 6 and our beloved Cocker Spaniel Bertie.  Bertie can be found in the office with Dad most days and he’s the most loveable boy, who likes to comfort our clients.

We continue daily to work very hard as a family owned business and have earned an excellent reputation for providing a bespoke pet cremation service that we are proud of to both veterinary and private clients.  Our hope is that in the sad event that you lose your pet, that you have the confidence to call us and allow us to help you say goodbye.

Saying Farewell to your pet – Pet Bereavement

Having owned pets throughout my lifetime, I know the devastation and sadness that losing them brings. Please look at this useful link regarding pet bereavement written by Jane Matthews, author of “Losing a Pet”  supported and published by APPCC. Pet Bereavement Leaflet. I have always felt that my pets were never given the farewell they deserved, because there wasn’t the service around in the area.

Gone, but not forgotten – Pet Funeral

I researched the industry a lot and was surprised to find that often pet owners were waiting for up to 2 weeks for their ashes to be returned and in my opinion this is unacceptable. It is therefore our aim at Central Pet Cremations to have your pets ashes returned to you within 2-3 days but we also offer a same day service at an additional cost if you are travelling from afar.

Charity & Central Pet Cremations

The team and I are keen to raise as much money and awareness for animal causes as possible and in the past I have ran half marathons and raised money for charities like Dog’s Trust and SSPCA. Please do keep an eye on our Blog page for updates on fundraising and other news, as well as on our Facebook page. We share regular updates & have a great pet loving community on Facebook so please follow us.


If your your pet ever goes missing or get’s lost please check the UK National Pet Register. UK National Pet Register.

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