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Remembering your Furry Best Friend

A loss is a loss. Sometimes people forget that the loss of a pet is a loss of a companion, a sidekick and a furry best friend. A pet’s love is unconditional and true. Their one goal in life is to love you, and our florists at 1-800-Flowers San Antonio in San Antonio, TX, want to help you remember that.

The European Dish Garden is a beautiful way to help show reverence when losing a furry best friend. This fresh arrangement gives you the ability to add something special to a home after a loss of a pet. When the plant is no longer there, use the basket to memorialize their favorite things along with a picture of their loving face. Every pet will leave a track of paw prints on your heart to remind you that all their love was meant for you.

One way to memorialize a pet is to incorporate their pawprint into a keepsake. Consider a photo with a custom-made frame. Their pawprint and their photo will be a personal and irreplaceable way to remember your furry friend. Plus, seeing it will remind you of your best friend when you need it most.  Use our pet sympathy flowers as an accent for this beautiful display after the loss of your pet.

Losing a pet is losing a part of yourself. Keep the memory of your pet living in your day-to-day life. A picture, their favorite toy or simply a pawprint embroidered on a blanket is a daily reminder of your biggest fan. Even on the hardest days, it is important to remember that no one thinks more highly of you than your furry best friend. Even on your worst days, they were there to comfort you. Let our pet sympathy flowers be there to help comfort you or someone you know today.

Our florists at 1-800-Flowers San Antonio in San Antonio, TX, are here to help make sure every pet is remembered. Every pet plays a special role in our lives. They teach us how to love unconditionally, and they have the unique ability to connect with us beyond words and straight to our hearts. It is important to always remember your furry best friends because they never forget us.

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