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Have you lost a dog? Need a CITEs license? Wondering what special memorials are available for your pet? Look no further, the community resource page can help you with gaining knowledge about local resources for you and your pet.
Finding missing pets
Note: If you have found a pet with no identification tag, check for a Rabies tag. Rabies tags often indicate which clinic gave the vaccination and would therefore have records of the pet. If the pet has lost its collar or tags, you can have it scanned for a microchip. Microchips contain a unique number that will identify the pet and its owner. Most clinics, including CEDARCREST, are equipped with a microchip scanner.
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Memorial Services: The loss of a pet is a very difficult time. CEDCARCEST would like to support you during your time of loss in any way we can. We offer several choices for remembering your pet such as cremation services, urns, and personalized memorial keepsakes. If cremation isn't the right choice for you and your pet we recommend the following pet cemeteries: