We understand that at such a difficult time, view our frequently asked questions to find out more about our pet cremation services, memorial keepsake products and RSPCA Pets at Rest. Please contact us if you require any further information.
Your pet will be cremated at our RSPCA QLD Facilities located at 139 Wacol Station Road, Wacol.
100% of RSPCA Pets at Rest profits go toward RSPCA Queensland to help over 50,000 animals in need every year. When you choose RSPCA Pets at Rest, your pet’s memory will continue to live on in other animals being cared for that are waiting for new homes.
Yes, all staff are employed by RSPCA QLD.
Yes, we can receive your pet into our care from your home or nominated Veterinary Clinic.
Your pet’s memorial will be returned to your home or nominated Veterinary Clinic, normally within 14 days.
You can pay by credit card, applicable debit cards, upfront and ZipPay payment plan. Cash, direct debit and payment over the phone can be made by arrangement. You can pay your outstanding balance at any time.
Payments can also be made directly to some Veterinary Clinics.
Yes, optional extras are available. These can be added to your cremation service at time of ordering.
Our cremation packages and urns are available for all types of pets within the specified weight options listed. For any pets over 60kg please contact the RSPCA Pets at Rest team on 0437 686 999 to discuss your needs.
7.30am to 7.30pm (Monday - Friday), 7.30am to 6:00pm (Saturday), 8.30am to 5pm (Sunday). Public Holidays and after hours can vary please check out our contact page for more information*. Our receiving service is flexible outside these hours. We are happy to discuss your requirements over the phone.
Yes, your pet will be cremated individually. We guarantee the return of your pet’s ashes.
The RSPCA is a community based charity and all proceeds from RSPCA Pets at Rest are utilised by the RSPCA for animal welfare. We are also in a unique position both to nurture over 50,000 animals in our care, but also able to support pet owners, including attending professionals such as veterinarians, who require assistance at the end of the pets life.