Companion Memorial Crematorium began offering professional crematory services in December 2005 out of the necessity for a reliable, compassionate, and expeditious service serving the needs of pet owners in the Hudson Valley. We are a state-certified, licensed crematory. Our state-of-the-art equipment, clean and welcoming facilities, and dedicated, compassionate staff have made us the primary crematorium in the Catskills.
Our Mission is to provide you with a special way to say goodbye to your beloved companion. At Companion Memorial Crematorium we offer information that will help you and your family with grieving the loss of your pet. Pet caskets, urns and transferable residential yard markers are also available – all at reasonable costs. Our staff can answer all your questions and show you our complete selection of pet memorial merchandise. For more information or for a tour of our facility, please contact us!
At Companion Memorial, we know that your pet is a member of your family which is why our service is not just providing pet cremation. Our staff is dedicated to helping all families find closure in a very difficult time. Your pet will be treated with the same dignity and respect that all family members deserve. Whatever your needs may be, our experience and range of services will help you through this difficult time in your life. We offer a pre-need plan and a variety of cremation services.
Warrior Companion is a nonprofit founded to provide pet insurance for the service animals of disabled veterans.
Disabled veterans often have to sell many personal belongings just to care for their service animal.
This is because disabled veterans that are not 100% service connected disability do not qualify for coverage from the VA for their service animal.
When our founder Jack Bodolosky discovered that his fellow brothers and sisters were selling personal items such as their cars, tv's and other personal items just to take their service animal to the veterinarian, he knew he had to take action to help them.
Service animals are expensive to train so it's critical that the animal receives the proper care to provide them with a long and healthy life. The longer they can stay with their veteran the better it is for both the animal and the veteran that desperately needs them to function.