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*Cremated Ash needed*

Send the ashes of your pet to us and we will create a bespoke Fused or Encased Glass piece of jewelry just for you. No two pieces are ever the same, it will be as unique as your Pet was.

PERSONAL Collection

*Cremated Ash/Hair option*

Choose to put your loved ones' fur or ashes into a beautiful vessel in the privacy and comfort of your own home. We provide everything you need.



MEMORIAL Collection

Did you bury a pet?

Own a precious piece of jewelry that symbolizes you or a friends loss of their pet. No ash or hair needed. 

A great gift for a grieving friend or family member.


How the Beast of the East affects your fur baby- tips!

March 01, 2018

  • STRONGLY recommend keeping your pets indoors.

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Advice For House Hunting Dog Owners

November 04, 2017

Tips On Finding the Right Home For Your Canine

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Halloween Do’s and Don’ts for Pets

October 31, 2017

DO ensure that pets always have identification.DON'T keep pets outdoors during Halloween and the weeks running up to it as people start letting off fireworks earlier than Halloween night.DO talk to your vet if your pet gets very scared from fireworks as there is a variety of treatments and medications that can help. DON'T dress animals up in costumes as many pets find this uncomfortable and stressful.DON'T take pets trick-or-treating.DON'T let animals near bonfires, candles or other dangerous items.DO make sure that rabbits and other caged animals are safely secured in a garage or outbuilding.DO keep pets away from Halloween decorations and tell children not to share any sweets and chocolate with their pets.DO take a pet suspected of ingesting...

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"Its Just a Dog" prequel to Jennifer's Tedx Talk

October 10, 2017

Although Roxy was ‘just a dog’, and she died over 8 years ago, recalling her last day still feels heartbreaking for owner Jennifer Muldowney. In fact, she says it was one of the worst days of her life and has inspired her upcoming Tedx Talk in Tallaght this Thursday October 12th.  “She was 16 – quite old for any puppy – and she’d had a series of strokes,” says Jennifer, 35. “I had just returned from the holiday of a lifetime in Cuba and when I arrived home Roxy came running out as usual to say hello. But everything wasn’t usual - I knew something was wrong. Four hours and another stroke later we were taking her to her death. We...

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