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Pet Tree of Remembrance

  This holiday season, while joyous for most people, may be difficult for those who have lost a beloved pet. DeJohn Pet Services invite the community together with family and friends to a tree lighting ceremony. Please leave other furry family members at home for this Continue reading

Pet Blessing & Memorial Service 2018

  Celebrate your faithful companion’s life with us. In the spirit of Saint Francis, we are pleased to have you join us for our annual Blessing of Animals and Memorial Service on Saturday, October 13 at 2pm at 28890 Chardon Road in Willoughby Hills This outdoor, Continue reading

Pet Tree Of Remembrance Ceremony 2015

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2015 Pet Blessing & Memorial Service

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Join us for our Pet Tree of Remembrance!!

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Important information about your pets and hot cars…

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Donation from DeJohn Pet Services

Ross C. DeJohn, Jr., CEO of DeJohn Pet Services presents a check to Lake Humane Society´s Executive Director, Chuck Farone representing donations made at DeJohn Pet Service´s 2010 Pet Blessing. Ross C. DeJohn, Jr. & Chuck Farone Continue reading

Open House for the New Pet Memorial and Cremation Center

Grand Opening and Pet Blessing The wait is over. After a year of construction, DeJohn Pet Services is ready to welcome the public to visit their new Pet Memorial and Cremation Center. In addition to the new Pet Services wing, DeJohn Funeral Homes added a new Funeral Chapel and Cremation Continue reading

Join Us at Our Pet Holiday Service

Bring an ornament to hang on our Remembrance Tree and attend our service. Refreshments will be provided. Because this is an indoor event with limited space, we please ask that this is a human only event. Continue reading

Holiday Program A Success

(...And Remember to Pick Up Your Ornaments) DeJohn Pet Services would like to thank all of you who were able to attend our first annual Holiday Service Program. With the room at full capacity, Sherri DiPietro officiated the service. Each pet parent was called forward to hang an ornament Continue reading