Pets are considered members of the family in the United States. In fact about 62 percent of households own at least one pet and it is estimated that there are about 78 million pet dogs n the US. That is just for dogs. Pets are more than pets, for some they are one of the children. Like children and family members they are treated with the same care. In fact a quarter of pet owners blow dry their pets after bath. And come Christmas more than half of dog and cat owners give their pets Christmas gifts. This is not really surprising because pets offer companionship, friendship, loyalty and love without asking for anything in return. For most elderly adults they offer a unique kind of relationship that makes one happy and healthy. According to Mayo Clinic, 21 percent of elderly and elderly adults who have pets had less physician visit compared to those who had no pets.
Thus, it is only necessary to honor them when they die. One way to do this is to have perfect animal headstones or animal memorials. These pet headstones allow us to remember and honor them as they have honored us with their unique friendship when they were alive. There are different pet headstones. There are truly beautiful and unique pet headstones, such as those with pictures engraved on them. These are the perfect headstones for pets. Other memorial stones for pets include the traditional pet grave markers or gravestones with just the name of the pet to the more elaborate one with stone sculpture of the pet.