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Suited for veterinary offices, animal shelters, festivals and expos 

What will you do with your pet's body?        Who-will-Help-me        postcard


General Brochure (tri-fold; black ink on pale moss green):  What will you do with your pet’s body? – General information about the Green Pet-Burial Society and its projects.

Transport Brochure (tri-fold; black ink on sandstone):  Who will Help me? – An appeal to transport services, funeral directors, veterinarians to help us create systems to transport a pet’s remains home. Many take their pets on vacations, visits, work assignments, yet some pets die when away from home. Stylistically, we reference the graphic novel in depicting an often unspoken despair.

Postcard (2-sided): Bereavement and Conservation – Introducing the idea of conservation whole-family cemeteries, where keeping the remains of family members together is good for the environment, the bereaved, and society.

Cost:  $5 for 50 + $8 shipping and handling = $13

Memorial Services

Dog DreamsDo you live in Southern California? Founder and cultural anthropologist Eric Greene will help you to create a comforting memorial service to honor your beloved animal. He will interview you about your relationship, unique moments shared together, spiritual beliefs and aesthetic inclinations in order to create words and rituals that mark this transitional moment for you, your family and friends.

Leave a message for us below. Prices start at $100/hr.



Planning to create a new pet or whole-family cemetery?

Need help transitioning your current cemetery to being ‘green’ or opening a whole-family section?

We can help you to realize your dream. We will assist with developing a strategic plan, preparing a proposal, identifying appropriate partners and associations, aesthetic and environmental considerations, and conduct a cost analysis.

Free initial consultation. Fees based on scope of work.

updated April 26, 2017

image credits: dog looking backward by bobmarley753,
LissiS, Ghost Dog. 2008. published in

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Recent Posts

Major Media Outlets Take Notice of Green Pet-Burial Society

This has been an excellent year for press coverage of our work. This past May we were featured on NPR. Most recently, The Atlantic Magazine discussed our promotion of whole-family cemeteries (the article was also shared on Additionally, Natural Transitions Magazine highlighted the growing shift toward green burials for pets. More press coverage will be coming soon – we’ll keep you posted!

The Atlantic on Whole-Family Cemeteries

The Atlantic Magazine’s article, The Movement to Bury Pets Alongside People, discussed the psychosocial drive to keep families ‘together forever’ (our new tagline). Journalist Sonya Vatomsky had wanted to publish an article about our work for some time and was finally given the greenlight to do so. She accurately represents the intense desire to keep families together in whole-family cemeteries, despite legal concerns. Here’s an excerpt: Continue reading

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  14. Proposed Changes to Green Cemetery Certification 2 Replies
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