The staff at the Fresno Pet Cemetery were very kind and professional both before and after our beloved 20 year old cat, Friskerella, passed away in Jan. of 2014. We are grateful for the services provided and the cost was very reasonable and affordable. We chose to have Friskerella Frisky cremated and are happy to have her back home. Nothing ever replaces the loss of a pet, but our experience with Fresno Pet Cemetery certainly made saying goodbye easier.
I wish I could give negative stars. This place has been horrible for as long as I can remember (over 35 years) and even though changes some surface things like website, etc., I see no real change in leadership or administration to truly value the lives of valley animals. Profit seems more important than their "mission." As the larges animal shelter in the valley this is extremely disappointing and devastating for the animals. You would think they would be the leader in compassion and aggressive in their fight to "prevention of cruelty to animals" but I don't see that as a priority. I can only hope the future brings new blood into this organization and they will no longer hide behide a facade of helping animals and a fantastic place for animals to be held and truly be honest with themselves about what they are, Animal Control, and start to focus on what should be a priority for them as a SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, not just those animals who are highly adoptable and healthy but also those that require prompt medical care to either end or alleviate suffering. I just continue to be very disappointed by this organization and thier "care" of animals at their facility. The ineptness of the staff is seen over and over if you read complaints or speak with anyone who has been there to either reclaim or adopt an animal. The adoptions building is getting better but the stray section is disgusting as ever and I really fear for any animal who is unlucky enough to be housed there.