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If money is not issue, and you don’t mind going over $100, you might like:
- A Rock Urn. Urns don’t necessarily have to hold ashes; this beautiful rock urn that is designed to withstand weather could hold a favorite toy instead, or whatever your friend would like. - A River Rock memorial, engravable with 2-4 lines of text. These are just gorgeous and perfect for garden. - If you have picture of pet, consider an artistic rendition (quite realistic) on an ostrich or emu egg. It’s breathtaking, I can assure you.
I hope this has given you some ideas, and that grieving pet owner in your life enjoys your sympathy gift. To buy any of products mentioned, please visit our Pet Loss Gifts & Cards page.
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