Montana’s First and Only Accredited Pet Crematory
What does Accreditation mean?
In an industry requiring very little oversight, other than environmental regulations and the usual business licensing, pet aftercare has been largely a self-regulated profession. Currently there are only 3 states in the United States that have any legal standards for pet cremation. With the introduction of the IAOPCC Accreditation Program, the IAOPCC has given the industry and the pet owner a measure of protection in the integrity of the pet aftercare processes from those pet crematories who seek out Accreditation and inspection.
Why is it important?
Accreditation benefits both the member facility and the clients it serves. Through the IAOPCC Accreditation Program, pet crematories are evaluated against a pool of more than 250 standards that represent the best practices in pet cremation care and pet crematory management. Our international Standards Committee task force continually update the standards to reflect the latest developments and improvements in pet after care, pet cremation techniques, records, cleanliness, staff and client safety, and a host of other areas essential to excellent pet and client care.
At Home on the Range Pet Cemetery & Crematory
Family owned and operated for over 22 years, At Home on the Range has maintained its reputation as the Premier Aftercare Service for Pet Parents and Veterinarians. We truly love our business of being able to provide compassionate care at a time of great sorrow. Our goal is to always try to make the passing of a beloved pet easier. Making decisions regarding the final care for your pet can be very difficult. Please do not hesitate to contact us or your veterinarian with any questions or concerns.
Member of International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories since 2001 Owner Nancy Bates – Board Member for the International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories Oct 2021 – Present
– 10 Individual Cremation Units strictly used for Private Cremations Only – Witness Cremation is also available
– a Crematory that is for Horse Cremations and for other large animals
– a Crematory that is strictly for Communal Cremations
– Farm Field Burial (80 Acres)
– Cemetery Burial (1 Acre natural setting – a marker may be placed at the burial site, with this options)