"A Memorial to your Pet is a lasting Tribute to
Your Special Bond..."
TreeGivers is a very special way to provide a living and long lasting legacy of your loved and cherished pet. When a TreeGivers tree is planted as a memorial for a lost pet, It reinforces the feeling that they are not forgotten. It is a renewing of life, living in a natural freedom, growing into a long lasting remembrance. The Official Certificate of Planting with your pet's name and the Sympathy Letter we send is a very personal way to recognize your love for your "special friend" or to the family of a lost pet.
With Pet Tree, creating a natural, living memorial to your beloved pet is simpler, and more affordable than you’d think. Only an animal lover can understand the grief of losing a beloved pet. At
Pet Tree, our staff is comprised solely of animal lovers, who know the unique love and relationships only a beloved pet can provide.
Most everyone remembers being part of a backyard memorial service for a family pet. But such a burial is impractical for a large pet and illegal in most parts of the United States. That’s why we created our special living memorial...the Pet Tree. It’s a wonderful new way to keep the love and memories of our beloved pets alive.
This is your opportunity to create a unique, living memorial that will keep the memory of your beloved pet blossoming for many years to come. As an added bonus, every Pet Tree planted helps sustain the Earth and clean our air.
includes Shipping & Handling
Doggie Note Cards
Yorkie Christmas Cards
Custom Note Cards
Poems for pets and people
by Dog Writers’ Association of America
award nominated writer, ARLENE KLEIN
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to MORRIS ANIMAL FOUNDATION
to fund Canine Health Studies
Phone: (941) 751-5044
Phone: (800) 327-6064
Fax: (941) 929-9065
Text: (941) 993-7522
Belspur Oaks Pet Crematory
2122 Whitfield Park Avenue
Sarasota, Florida 34243
Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Please immediately notify your Veterinarian or Emergency Hospital as soon as the death occurs. If you choose not to notify your Veterinarian, you may call us directly.
Please call us at (941) 751-5044 so we can help you take care of all the important details and provide guidance on decisions.