About Us and Testimonials
 

9497ed755f87d815539a2a171758622eAt Precious Pets Memorial Center and Crematory, you will find pet parents dedicated to celebrating your pet's unconditional love, and willing to help you create personal memorials that will help honor your special bond with your pet.  Tracy and Joseph Toncich are the owners of Precious Pets Memorial Center and Crematory.  Tracy is a licensed funeral director with over 16 years of experience, and a former volunteer at the Caring Place, a center for grieving children and their families. 

Our goal is to provide you with the same care and respect for your pet that you would expect to receive for the human members of your family. The loss of a pet can be overwhelming.  Whether the loses is sudden or anticipated, Precious Pets Memorial Center and Crematory is here to help you get through this difficult time and willl help honor the special bond you shared with your pet.

Don't cry because it is over, smile because it happened.
-Dr. Seuss
 
   
Testimonials
"Tracy & Joe I will never be able to thank you both for your kindness on one of the worst days of my life.  Everything you do and offer that support us in our grief is unimaginable.  I feel blessed in having found you.  I have shared you with so many people.  I love the keepsake box and my necklace - but the card blew me away.  They are beautiful and perfect.  I can never measure how much you touched my heart.  Thanks so much for your kindness and understanding in our timee of need.  You are very special and provide excellent service."
-- Knawla's Family 
 
"Tracy and Joe Thanks or taking care of our 2 babies Fuch and Bella, the parental units.  It was comforting to know they were well taken care of by two caring people."
--Gina and Bob
 
 
Arlo's Story

ArloArlo was one of four kittens born in a wooded country home.  He was all black, his head and chest were too big for his body and he had not butt and a tail that was just a little longer than it should be.  He was the kitten that no one wanted and became my mothers.  He was a typical territorial Tom Cat, protecting his home from raccoons, deer and anything else that came along, and would catch and store field mice in the bathtub for later.  He ruled.  When we inherited Arlo he was 20 years old and in poor health.  He was arthritic, deaf, had one tooth, and suffering from infection.  After numerous vet trips we managed to nurse him back to health and he became our facility supervisor.  He never meowed, he would just glare at you until you did what he wanted, and you could feel that glare even when you didn't know he had entered the room.  At one point we had to put floor leveler in the chapel.  My husband had just finished, turned, and Arlo strolled in.  He left perfect pawprints in the still wet leveler.  They are still there today in what is now the Arlo Memorial Chapel.

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