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We Want to Remember

Their lives are too short. Our beloved companion animals grace our lives for just a short while, yet we remember them forever. We all remember the name of our first dog, or that kitten we were so excited to love. Time passes, but the memories live on.

We created the Wall of Remembrance at the Pennsylvania State Pet Memorial because we understand how much you loved your pets, and how much you miss them when they’re gone. We understand the comfort having a beautiful place to remember can be. Our pets are here too.

Tucked away in the rolling hills of Mechanicsburg, the 2.5 acre memorial is the only one of its kind in the Commonwealth. Chosen for its peaceful and tranquil setting, the Pennsylvania State Pet Memorial was designed to provide a beautiful place to honor and remember our special friends.

The memorial offers families a place to have a permanent reminder of their beloved companion animal. There are cremation, burial and permanent memorial options available. The memorial provides perpetual care in a serene, park-like setting, surrounded by nature.

Dedicated by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge in 1996, the memorial now houses the names and stories of close to 6,000 pets. Constructed of the finest black granite, each pet’s name is laser-etched into the memorial for eternity.

In the past, memorialization on the Wall of Remembrance was reserved for families using our end-of-life services, but to make this a true Pennsylvania State Pet Memorial, we have decided to open the memorial to every family that wants to have a permanent place to honor their pet.

You can add your pet’s name to our Wall of Remembrance and be part of a greater community that honors and remembers the unconditional love of our companion animals. 



A portion of every sale will be donated to the PA State Working Animal Foundation, a non-profit organization founded to support, honor and celebrate PA working animals acorss the Commonwealth. Your contributions stay in Pennsylvania and benefit our local working animals and the communities they serve.