Australia's first prepaid funeral service for pets.

Supporting loving owners and dedicated veterinary clinics in creating the perfect end of life journey.

The perfect farewell

Avoid selling aftercare to owners who are financially strained and grieving. Prepaid clients can choose the right farewell and how they pay.

Prepaid in preparation

We pay a referral fee to your clinic immediately upon signup. When the time comes, we take care of everything.

With total support

We provide updates and include your branded condolences. Your clinic can focus on helping more animals while never missing an important touchpoint to a grieving client.

Your Clients Deserve The Best

Total Support for Pet Owners.

End of life for pets owners often follows other veterinary expenses, personal financial strains and overwhelming grief. When presented with aftercare options many are shocked to learn they are unable to provide the loving farewell they would have liked.

By prepaying for a pet funeral owners can lock in the price of their service and pay via small instalments. When the time comes, everything is taken care of so they can focus on what matters.

Total Support for Veterinary Clinics

Veterinary clinics are put under pressure during end of life juggling the sale of aftercare, support for grieving families and other ongoing clinical priorities.

We handle all customer support and include the clinic on important condolences touch points to ensure your compassion is passed on. You can focus on helping more animals knowing you're providing the right support to grieving families.

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A personalised end of life experience for every owner.

Traditional Pet End of Life

Pets collected from Vet intermittently based on transport run
Owners unaware of pets location following collection
Owners required to pay upfront
Families unsupported in grieving their loss
Owners upsold to memorial products and extra charges
Ashes returned to local Vet clinic

Goodbye Good Boy

Pets collected individually from home within 4hrs or vet clinic within 24hrs
End of Life arranger providing customer updates at all time their pet is in our care
Instalment options to eliminate stress
Complimentary grief counselling with specialist companion loss counsellor
End of life account providing valuable resources and updates to owners
Ashes hand delivered to owners including condolence message from veterinary clinic

How It Works

Owners scan the QR Code on the brochure at their clinic to get a personalised quote. We pay a referral fee immediately upon purchase!

Our arranger will make contact, get to know their pet and create their unique end of life profile. We share the information with their vet.

When the time comes, owners make one phone call and their dedicated arranger will take care of everything.

We keep the referring vet involved in all important customer touch points ensuring your condolences are passed on at exactly the right time.

You can trust us to take care of your clients

Money Back Guarantee

We hold all prepaid funds in a secure independant facility.  In the event we were unable to perform our service, we offer a 100% money back guarantee.

No Expiry Date

There is no expiry date on our service. We are here to support owners whenever the time comes. Tomorrow, next year or in 10 years. We are here.

No Hidden Fees.

Our transparent service includes all costs. Owners only ever pay what what they signed up to.

All of our services include

1. Referral Bonus

Referral fee paid to the veterinary clinic immediately upon purchase regardless of when a pet passes.

2. Dedicated Arranger

One point of contact to co-ordinate all services for pet owners allowing the clinic to focus on helping more animals.

3. Personal Transfer

Same day transfer from home or veterinary clinic with no extra charges. Your clients no longer needs to go through the painful process of transferring a deceased pet to your clinic.

4. Hand Delivery

We hand deliver ashes back to the family

4. Continuation of Care

Condolence message and ongoing support in conjunction with your clinic to help extend your relationship and reputation.

5. Memorial Box

Ashes presented in our personalised memorial hamper including a branded message from your clinic

Flexible & Affordable Payment Options for Clients

1 upfront payment

$440

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24 fortnightly payments

$19

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12 monthly payments

$37

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