This Pet cemetery in Hartsdale, New York, established in 1896, is the oldest pet cemetery in the United States and serves as the final resting place for tens of thousands of pets. Pet owners can spend as much as $20,000 for a large plot to bury multiple pets and as little as $300-400 for small plots to bury ashes if they choose cremation. Pet owners also have the option of eventually having their own ashes buried in the plot, alongside their pets.
|12-year-old beagle-hound Justin in the viewing room of the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery|
|Graveside service for Justin|
Graves and tombs mark pets' final resting place at the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery and Crematory.
Maddalena Sullivan visits a grave on the two-month anniversary of the death of her cat Spanky.
A gravestone marks a pet's final resting place.