At Central Pet Cremations we work alongside a number of veterinary practices across Scotland and we offer a full service to our veterinary clients.

We believe that our independence as a company and the fact that we are family owned is what really makes us stand apart in an industry that continues to change from private to corporate ownership.
We are keen to team up with and work with more veterinary practices in Scotland who have similar values to us in relation to high levels of customer service and professionalism.
If you feel like the relationship with your current provider is strained and that you are not receiving the kind of service that you and your clients deserve then please get in touch. 

 We proudly work alongside the University Of Glasgow Small Animal Hospital and have been their main provider for several years.

We offer highly competitive packages which can be specifically tailored for each individual practices’s needs, so please get in touch with us if you would like to arrange for our sales and relationship manager to come out and meet with you.

Our Veterinary Support Team are on hand to support you and your clients. We offer advice over the phone on 01324 621 863 Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. We are committed to offering the highest standard services in all aspects of our work, building strong relationships with all the staff in the veterinary practices who use us as their cremation service.

Association of Private Pet Cemeteries and Crematoria (APPCC) Members

As a member of the Association of Private Pet Cemeteries and Crematoria we follow their APPCC Code of Practice – please see their website, https://appcc.org.uk

Our individual cremations come within the scope of the APPCC Code of Practice, under which we provide a respectful, dignified and caring service, and return the ashes to pet owners direct or via surgeries. We also provide surgeries with a disposal service that is outside the scope of the Code. Please always check whether customers want an individual cremation or a disposal cremation to avoid any error and subsequent distress (e.g. if a customer expects an individual cremation but instead receives a disposal cremation.