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mike klein
03-27-2008, 9:52 PM
I have always purchased my pet urns from laserbits but just did one for a person and even the jumbo size that laserbits sells is not big enough. I see colorado heirloom carrys a few but no dimensions were given. Does anyone
know other companies that carry these?

Mike

Tom Delaney
03-27-2008, 10:18 PM
Try Colorado Herlooms (www.coloradoherlooms.com (http://www.coloradoherlooms.com)). They have what seems to be a fair selection although most are wood.

I know when I had to put my 155lb Malamute down, the vet supplied a urn that was able to hold him - so perhaps a local vet could help. It was ceramic, dark grey.

HTH

Nicole Hernandez
03-28-2008, 4:16 PM
Colorado Heirloom has some nice stuff. I order the cukbt 4 & 6 and the larger one holds 126 cubic inches... so roughly a 130 lb pet. Their prices just jumped up around 10%.......but then what hasn't. Excellent products, great service... :D

Dwight VanSickle
03-30-2008, 5:39 PM
Mike, If you go to the wood turners section of this site and ask who makes urns, you will find that several turners do make them and if you have the dimensions they can be made and shipped for a reasonable price. It is worth a try.
Dwight

Barbara Sample
04-03-2008, 11:49 AM
Hi Mike,
I use Bayshore Woodworks, inc. in Michigan. His urns are really nice quality. I have even used them for people.
Check them out. www.bayshorewoodworks.com

Gary and Jessica Houghton
04-03-2008, 7:31 PM
I ran into this gentleman through lasersketch. He offers different sizes including one big enough for the remains of a horse.
http://www.laserstonemidwest.com/