We offer free pick up of your pet and return of their ashes to your local vet. We service the High Desert, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and parts of Los Angeles County. Please check our list of vets here to see if your vet is listed. We can also pick up from your residence […]read more...
Gateway Pet Cemetery offers cremation and burial services for equine and other large pets. Our large pet service includes: pickup of your pet return of their ashes in an wood urn (your choice: oak or cedar) engraved brass nameplate certificate memorial poem Click to view map. Our cemetery is closed to the public. Only those with […]read more...
We offer “pre-need” burial and cremation arrangements. You may pay for your pets cremation or burial in advance, so when the time comes, all of the arrangements are already made. Click to view map. Our cemetery is closed to the public. Only those with a loved one buried on the premises have access. If visiting the cemetery, […]read more...
Cremation with burial includes: cremation plot for up to 8 pet cremains one key to the front gate, to allow visits with your pet Click to view map. Our cemetery is closed to the public. Only those with a loved one buried on the premises have access. If visiting the cemetery, please call (909) 885-1600 in advance. […]read more...
Private cremation includes: cedar urn with brass name plate clay imprint of your pet’s paw cremation certificate memorial poem You may also choose, Cremation with Your Pet’s Ashes Scattered on our Grounds. This option includes: cremation certificate memorial poem (both mailed to you). An optional wall marker may be purchased to be displayed in the […]read more...
Pet burial includes: plot use opening and closing of the grave site non-deteriorating lined casket small service flower vase key to the front gate, so that you may visit your pet. A site marker can also be purchased for an additional fee. A small one-time maintenance fee applies to all pet burials. Click to view map. Our […]read more...
Thank you so much for taking care of my Peppercorn. I am so glad to have her back with us. Thank you for the poem, her pawprint and the beautiful box. Mommy and Daddy love you Pepper!
My beautiful Shadow Marie was laid to rest 8/30/13 and I would like to thank you Gateway for handling her final arrangements. She is an amazing pet but an even more amazing friend. I love you Shadow. Sleep well and see you soon.
Thank you for allowing my precious fur child to come back home.
Our Blitz passed away on 05/17/14. We received his ashes today and are so thankful for the beautiful way he was returned to us. You are all so wonderful. God bless you!
Kate & Patrick
Our sweet little Megan passed away on April 22. She was my best friend. She was there when I was happy, she licked my tears away when I was sad. It was the hardest thing I ever had to do was to say goodbye to you. I know we will see each other again.
I and Shadow & Deja (my current black labs) are looking at Harley & Shadows cedar boxes and collars and pics. Thank you for picking them up after they died in the house fire in 2005. We will all be together on the other side of the rainbow bridge.
Wanted to say thank you for the little details that go along with your cremation process. I will forever cherish the clay paw print with some of my nasons fur stuck in it and the beautiful box with the sweet poems and certificate.
I really want to thank you all so much for how well you took care of my beautiful baby Rumba. I really didnt know what to expect, (being 17 and this being a first time) but when I saw all the little gorgeous and thoughtful details you put into it, I was moved.
I was away at university when my puppy, Winnie passed away. Thank you for placing her ashes in a professional, yet emotional way to commemorate her by. My family and I will keep her with us forever.
My feline friend, Buster, passed away after giving me joy for nearly 12 years. He was such a good, sweet, kitty, and a priceless companion. It was comforting to see such personal care given to his remains. I almost opted not to keep his ashes. I’m glad I did.