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Journey's End
Pet Cremation

Compassionate, affordable pet cremation.

Your pet deserves the best end-of-life service

What Our Clients Say

I am so thankful for Journeys End and all they have done for us. Our beloved 13 year old cat passed yesterday, and we were called to pick up his remains in less than 24 hours. The service and staff is excellent in providing amazing services and the best emotional care during a tough times like these. We are so grateful for Journeys End!

Kara Livesay

We had a unique situation. Staff was very friendly and did everything they could to help us out. They made our tough times much easier. Thank you!!!

Chris Wade

Woman Embracing Dog
Unfortunately this is the second time we have had to use Journeys End and I can't tell you how pleased we are with thier services. Steve and Leland both are very accommodating, very kind, sympathetic and understanding towards thier clients during a very emotional and hard time. I am so thankful for the service they provide to this community. I completely trust them with our fur babies.

Tim Morris

Our Products

Our Standard Package includes a high quality Walnut urn and nameplate with up to 2 lines of engraving.

You will also receive a certificate of cremation, as well as a complimentary sympathy card and Rainbow Bridge bookmark.


Need to make arrangements?

Is your pet at Auburn Veterinary, Alexander City Animal Hospital or the state diagnostic lab?

Call us to arrange cremation for your pet...


Tuesday: Noon to 4PM

Wednesday: 9am TO 4pm

Thursday: Noon TO 4pm

Friday: 9AM to 4PM

Pick up and delivery days to the Auburn area are on Tuesday and Thursday

(with the exception of major holidays)

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If you cannot reach us immediately, please leave a voicemail or send us a text and we will contact you during our hours of availability.


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Tips for “after hours” passing of your pet…

Nobody wants to think about their pet passing away. It’s a horrible thought and it’s just easier to avoid the subject than to plan for the inevitable.

The problem is, it’s absolutely inevitable…

A little uncomfortable planning can help, and here is the most uncomfortable topic of all…

“What do I do if my pet passes away at home and the vet clinics/crematory is closed?”

First, don’t panic. Breathe. Grieve. Allow yourself these actions.

Secondly, find out when your needed pet service opens again.

Next, prepare your pet. You can wrap your pet in their favorite blanket or towel. You can place them in a bag or other container to act as a temporary remains pouch or casket.

Keep your pet in a cool place. Most morgues and crematories keep their cadaver storage units between 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit. The cooler, the better. If you are comfortable with freezing them, this is the optimal method.

Call your needed pet service once they open and make arrangements to bring your pet to them.

Ask questions.

Do you offer paw prints?

What are the different types of cremation?

How long will it take for me to get the cremated remains back?

Contact Us


6407 Highway 431

Alexandria, AL 36250




Call for our hours of availability

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