The Pet Loss Center in Dallas Fort Worth is the joining together of two premier pet loss facilities in the city, All Paws Go To Heaven and Platinum Pet Memorial Services. Both of these caring operations have been a part of the community for years and come together to combine efforts to increase their service offerings throughout the metro area.
Pet parents and veterinarians throughout the city have seen a need for years to partner with a pet loss organization that is full service. The Pet Loss Center brings a robust offering to fulfill both the pet parent’s needs and wants; we are also consistently present and available to the professional requests from the veterinary clinics and animal hospitals.
The Pet Loss Center of DFW IS that operation. The team at The Pet Loss Center Dallas is composed of pet parents who understand the relationship with a pet. And, they are professionals, who understand what it means to partner with veterinarians and to provide that seamless caring service that they need when the death of a client occurs.
At The Pet Loss Center Dallas, our vision is that all animals will receive dignity and respect in life and death. We all support our local pet adoption efforts and any other cause that relates to these creatures receiving the care and respect they deserve. Internally, we strive to make sure that every pet that enters into our facility is cared for as if they were our own.
Our mission at The Pet Loss Center is to provide world-class end-of-life services for pets and those who care for them.
After all, that is what they, and you, deserve.
We are here to help you help them in honoring their journey.
Sole Journey Memorial Package
Your pet will be the only one lovingly placed in the cremation chamber.
- Pick up of pet*
- Paw print
- Fur Clipping
- Packet of Grief Information
- Honoring the Journey Book Urn
Weight of the pet
- – 2 $99
- 3 – 20 $199
- 21 – 50 $219
- 51 – 100 $239
- 101 – 200 $289
Journey Memorial Urn
*$75 for pick up after 5 ‘clock on weekdays, and after noon on Saturdays.
$50 personal delivery of your pet’s ashes to your home
$50 certified USPS delivery of pet’s ashes to your home
Some families might want the opportunity to witness the cremation of their pet. For those that do, this process is done at the beginning of the day, with The Pet Loss Center team available to the family for support during this time. $100
Shared Journey Memorial Package
All pets will be treated with dignity and care throughout every cremation process. For those pet owners who choose not to have their pet’s ashes returned to them, these ashes will be scattered in a beautiful scattering area at The Pet Loss Center on 511 New Hope Rd W, McKinney, TX 75071.
All Weights $95
Celebration of Life
Use of The Pet Loss Center for Family Time
- A personalized service designed specifically for you, your friends, and the special relationship that you shared with your pet
- Use of The Pet Loss Center for the service, or at a place special to you and your family
- Service Folders for those in attendance
- 20 Personalized Cards
- Assistance in extending invitations for your pet’s service.
Celebration of Life
- Pick Up of Your Pet
- Fur Clipping of Your Pet’s Hair
- Paw Print
- Transfer of Your Pet to the Final Resting Place
* Prices do not include a casket for burial
** Prices do not include a cemetery space, vault, marker and grave opening and closing charges per your choice of cemetery’s requirements.
Robert is our Operations Supervisor and has been with The Pet Loss Center for well over a year. He shares his life with his wife, Jett, and their three beautiful daughters. Roberts favorite hobbies include showing off photos of his children and watching sports to re-establish the testosterone in his home. He enjoys being on The Pet Loss Center Team because he feels we have become his second family and is honored to bring closure to the pet parents we assist.
Danny Heath grew up in Rockledge, Florida, and is an integral part of a variety of aspects of The Pet Loss Center’s tasks, from the beautiful paw prints for families to Field Customer Care roles. Danny is multi-talented in a variety of areas in music as well. He’s an accomplished musician and has played in studio sessions with bassist Chuck Rainey and states “I can play the drums blind-folded, too!” He shares his world with his sons, Nick and Jack, dogs Sam and Dakota, and his cat Coon. When asked what he likes about being a member of The Pet Loss Center family, he said “I work with great people, and I like knowing that we can provide some peace of mind to the pet parents.”
Roy is one of our amazing Field Care Specialists and he has been with The Pet Loss Center for almost two years. He is originally from Euless, Texas, and shares his life with his two beautiful daughters. Roy reads just about anything and everything in his spare time but says he does not have one creative bone in his body. If you ask him what he likes most about his job he’ll tell you he has always enjoyed driving and he feels fulfilled when he has the opportunity to assist pet parents and our veterinary partners.
A Dallas native, Sean McNeill is a true lover of the profession. As a pet dad to cats, Blue and Captain, he understands the bond of loving an animal. Combined with his love of driving, the role as Field Customer Specialist is fitting. While his driving during professional hours and The Pet Loss Center vehicles is stellar, his free time is spent with another type of driving, off-roading, commenting that he likes to take professional racing driving classes when time allows. As for his professional time at The Pet Loss Center, he loves the symmetry to the work and the team.
Tadarius, or “T” as everyone calls him, has been with The Pet Loss Center for almost a year and is one of our Field Care Specialists. He shares his life with his wife, three children, and 4 guinea pigs named Sally, Buttercup, Oreo, and Reeces. T is originally from Memphis, Tennessee and moved to Dallas in early 2016. He is a “Gamer Freak” and loves to spend time with his family participating in various activities around town. T is currently in school, furthering his education for HVAc Repair and enjoys being a part of our team because of the many families and veterinary partners he gets to work with.
The care and compassion are so evident with The Pet Loss Center’s Quality Control Specialist, Susan Parker. While Susan is one of the newer team members, one would not know it by her extent of knowledge and pride in what she does for the veterinary clinics and pet parents. Every package that goes back to the clinics is truly packaged with love, with Susan’s watchful eye on each detail and her careful, loving touch. She grew up in New Jersey and in her words “I like people but I LOVE animals!”
Karen Clark has been with The Pet Loss Center for almost a year and is our Cremation Specialist. She has one daughter, two granddaughters, and 2 grandsons who are her world. Karen also has a very special fur baby named Buster and says he wins the Best Dog in The World award every year! She is originally from Romulus, Michigan and has a love for the great outdoors. When she’s not working hard at our center you can find her fishing, walking, horseback riding, or by the ocean. One interesting thing about Karen is she used to work cleanup and restoration in disaster areas around the world so she definitely knows her way around power tools!
Della is one of the newest members of our Pet Loss Center Team and is one of our Customer Care Specialists. She has a strong background in Telecommunications and worked in Customer Service for over twenty years. Della has two daughters, three grandchildren, and two spoiled rotten Siamese cats named Jazzy and Domino. Jazzy and Domino are extra special because one is a polydactyl and the other was born without a tail. They enjoy a very cushy lifestyle of soft beds, kitty kibble, and a screened in porch from which to terrorize lizards, birds, and the neighbor’s dogs. Della was born in Dallas but raised in New Mexico and got back to Texas as soon as she could. Her Favorite hobbies include scrapbooking, collecting antique marbles, and stage combat with swords.
Cassandra is one of our McKinney Field Care Specialists and has been with The Pet Loss Center for over a year. Her best friend is her pup, Max, and she enjoys dabbling in arts and crafts and dancing like nobody’s watching. Cassandra has a strong passion for all animals and she is a firm believer in rescuing and rehabilitation. Her favorite thing about working at The Pet Loss Center is learning about end-of-life services and helping honor the journey for each and every family.
Maureen, or Mo for short, has been a Customer Care Specialist for almost a year at The Pet Loss Center. She was born in Arizona, raised in Texas, and now calls DFW her home. Her human family includes her husband Eric, and her six children Julian, Rebeckah, Issac, Faethe, Corwyn, and Abigayle. She has a handful of fur babies which include three cats, one dog, a ferret, a bearded dragon, and a tarantula. Mo’s favorite hobbies include sewing/beading, thrifting, and acting. One very interesting thing about Mo is she actually works with a world-famous Halloween attraction as a palm reader. Another cool fact about Mo is she has a moderate stutter and was taught to use accents when she couldn’t get through the vocal tic. The one thing she loves most about her job is feeling fulfilled by helping the many pet parents she encounters. She also loves the people she works with and says The Pet Loss Center has an amazing team.
Originally from South Carolina, Kano is one of our amazing Field Care Specialist’s and has been with The Pet Loss Center for almost a year. He shares his life with his significant other, Lisa, his daughter Harper, a doggie named Dutchess, and two feisty kitty cats! When Kano isn’t providing excellent customer service at work, you can find him at spending quality time with his family. His ability to adapt easily, execute processes, and big heart make him an asset to The Pet Loss Center team.
While he is one of the quieter team members on the team, not a day goes by that those in the office can’t help but search for Stanley to grab a quick pat on the head and a quick nuzzle on his nose. His job description is broad, yet pretty simple. He eats, and does what cats do, but is always there to offer a quick meow of approval and love, or to let a family give a pat on the back. Simple, yet deep!