Profile: Companah Pet Cremation
Companah is a small business founded in Central North Carolina, owned and operated by Hal and Shannon Atkins. Caring for others, living and loving the natural beauty of our state, and having careers in science and technology are the reasons they have built this practice. Hal spent his childhood in the mountains of North Carolina enjoying the natural splendor of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Shannon spent her younger years down east on the Neuse and Pamlico Rivers. Knowing the importance of our natural environment, they are excited to bring a technology that will significantly reduce the environmental impact of traditional animal cremation methods while returning a better overall product to your family.
They are a husband and wife owned business, and they do the alkaline hydros is Cremation instead of the traditional fire/trauma. I don’t use corporate crematory’s. I prefer family and businesses as I feel like the respect, love, & dignity of this beloved family member is always the ultimate goal.
I also don’t believe in using plastic bags, because our pets are not trash. And I do not place them in freezers with other pets because I think that, even though they’re not in the body anymore, they deserve a little bit more respect than that. I really like Campania because they respect how I like to handle things and they comply. They go above and beyond. I’ve been using them for two years now, And there’s never been so much as a misstep or a miscommunication. I also like how the process does not pollute the environment nor cause trauma to the body. The pets must be kept in their own separate container for the process, which illuminates the possibility of ashes remaining from the previous pet and fire crematory getting mixed in even accidental with a private cremation.
Companah Pet Cremation recommended by Dr. Sara Fletcher at Fletcher Animal Hospital, Fletcher, NC.
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Map: 9204 Eisenhower Drive, Apex, North Carolina
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