Memorials Created In Loving Memory of Pets Will Help Deal With Grief

Plymouth, MI (PressExposure) March 19, 2009 -- Grief over the loss of a pet is very natural and normal. The most important step you can take during this difficult time is to deal with those feelings. You want to do something special in loving memory of your pet to help you remember how much you loved your pet. You want to express your feelings and help you and your family cope with the loss.

Pets become part of your family. "They respond to you and give you an unconditional love that you hold close to your heart, says Rex Tubbs, Owner of Engraving Connection. Memorializing your pet is one of the best ways to remember what your pet has meant to you. An engraving plate will help you make those memories last a lifetime.

An engraving plate can be customized however you choose. You are creating a plate in loving memory of your pet and it's important that it can be created with your pet in mind. Your pet's name with a favorite quote or something fun your pet always did that made you smile...these are just a couple types of things that can be placed on your engraving plate.

To really express your love for your pet, the plate can be kept outside under your pet's favorite tree or to mark where your pet may be buried. There are so many options when designing an engraving plate that will memorialize your pet for years to come.

The best place to have an engraving plate created would be with someone who understands how you feel and can help you find the best way to create something in loving memory of your pet. Rex explains, "Engraving plates are a beautiful way to memorialize your pet and they will last a lifetime."

About Engraving connection

Engraving Connection is a Michigan based company specializing in memorial plaques and business awards established in 1978. For more information on memorializing your pet or other services offered, visit the website

Rex Tubbs
Phone: 734-459-3180

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Press Release Submitted On: March 17, 2009 at 8:13 pm
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