The death of a beloved pet is never an easy experience. We at Pet Lawn are animal lovers and all have furry friends of our own. We have loved and lost true friends whose lives are so sweet and dear to us. The unconditional love they give us is precious and difficult to explain.
We empathize with the grief and possibly even anger that accompanies the profound loss of a pet. Everyone has different experiences, but the loss or void can be felt much deeper than the loss of a human companion. If you decide to bring your pet to us at the only dedicated pet cemetery and crematory in the city of Milwaukee, please click on services and what to expect.
Private and Gentle Pickup Service
Silk Floral Bouquets
In-home Pet Euthanasia
In-clinic Pet Euthanasia
Grounds open 9:00AM-Sunset
We continue to strive to meet the needs of pet owners at this most difficult of times.
The property now known as Pet Lawn, has maintained a pet cemetery since 1943 when the first faithful furry family members were laid to rest at the request of the owners who had boarded their dogs here. Pet Lawn has had a rich history. Before Art first bought the puppy lodge, Mr. Gutneckt started the kennels, boarding dogs in the 1930's. If you tour the property, you can still find the old sign that was lit by neon lights back in the 1950's. Circa 1966, one of the buildings burned down and many of the records were lost, of which, Dick Bernier (previous owner) recovered using old receipts. More than 2000 pets including dogs, cats, iguanas, snakes, turtles, rabbits, birds, guinea pigs and horses are buried at Pet Lawn. Veterinarians and private pet owners have been using Pet Lawn's services since 1967.
At Pet Lawn, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are. All pets are handled with complete dignity. While buildings and gardens are being remodeled and cleaned up, all pets buried in the cemetery will NOT be disturbed from their final resting place.
Pet Lawn, Inc.
Owner Dr. Kristen Rowe, DVMTop