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Different types of practices for Cremations of the remains of the dear animal

Angel Service of Giugliano in Campania, in the province of Naples, has invested attention and resources in offering the animal cremation service, carried out in its plants with subsequent return of the urn containing the ashes.
The cremation practices available in the center are three: Cremazione Collective, Cremazione Basic, Cremazione Royal.

Cremation Royal

Royal cremation can take place within a day or at most 3 working days.
The farewell farewell is set up with a funeral rite, even on Saturday morning. You can watch the cremation with a monitor from the early stages of single cremation.

The price includes a personalized urn.

After the cremation the ashes will be delivered. Moreover, in case of absence, it is possible to see videos or photos of testimony.

Cremation Basic/Shared

Angel Service Russo has always paid great attention to the cremation of animals.

The time of cremation, from the collection or delivery of the body, is at most 7 to 15 working days.

The ashes will be delivered in the standard urn included or standard bag in the price.

Cremation Collective

It is a practice for the cremation of animals that is performed in about 15-30 days.

The collective cremation, unlike the single cremation, does not provide for the return of the ashes but shares the same attention, professionalism and dignity that is addressed, daily, to individual treatments.

A further possibility is to allocate the disposal at CAT.1 plants to which Angel Service refers as per current legislation.

Regulations governing cremation

Those who have had the pleasure of living with a pet must comply with certain regulations, including the one that regulates the time of the animal’s departure.
The law imposes the obligation to provide for the definitive arrangement of the body of the deceased animal and prohibits its abandonment, discharge or uncontrolled elimination (punished pursuant to Legislative Decree No. 36/2005, Article 4 with an administrative fine of up to € 28,000).
The European Community has regulated this subject with a series of laws that are contained in “EC REGULATIONS 1069/2009 and 142/2011” which, with Title 3, chapter 2, article 54 of EC Regulation 1069/09 (“repealed with effect from 03/03/2011 “) repeals, replacing, the previous EC REGULATION 1774/02.
The text of the current legislation defines “pets” as animals belonging to a species usually nourished and kept by humans for purposes other than breeding and not consumed by it (Title I, Chapter I, Section 1, Article 3, point 8), otherwise known as “pets,” classifies them as belonging to CATEGORY 1 (Title I, Chapter I, Section 4, Article 8, letter a, point iii) and establishes the rules for everything related to last journey (Title I, Chapter II, Section 2, Article 12).
The legislation provides for 2 possibilities for pets: cremation and burial.
To carry out the cremation the body of the animal must be transported in one of the numerous centers that offer the practice of cremation present throughout the national territory.
The specialized structures, equipped with adequate means for transporting remains, are present throughout the Italian territory and must comply with the provisions set forth in the text of EC Regulation 1069/09 (Title II, Chapter I, Section 1, Article 21 and subsequent ).
The observance of any hygienic-sanitary norm for the transport of the body by private individuals is not foreseen.
It is therefore considered legitimate to consider the guideline of the previous EC Regulation 1774/02 that imposed, as the only obligation, a health certificate, issued by a veterinarian, in the event of death due to euthanasia or disease, which, in this case, certifies non-contagiousness (Annex II, Chapter III, paragraphs 1 and 5 of the aforementioned EC Reg. 1774/02).
A copy of the certificate must be kept for at least 2 years (Annex II, Chapter V, Reg. CE 1774/02).
Based on the obligations imposed on professional operators, although it is not mandatory, we recommend the use of a special disposable body bag even in the case of private transport.
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Art. 6
10. The dog owner is obliged to report in writing to the territorially competent ASL veterinary service:
a) the change of one’s residence or domicile within five days of the event;
b) the transfer of ownership of the dog within five days of the event;
c) the loss, theft or finding of the dog within three days of the event;
d) the death of the dog, within three days of the event, as well as appropriate documentation of the disposal of the carcass (burial or cremation certificate) according to the regulations in force;
e) the detention of one’s dog at a place other than that stated at the time of registration in the database, in the event of a stay of more than twenty days.

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Art. 25
(Administrative sanctions)
1. The following administrative pecuniary sanctions are applied to violations of the provisions contained in this law, except for the application of further sanctions provided for by national legislation and in competition with possible crimes:
a) for the violation referred to in Article 6, paragraphs 2, 3, 8 and 10 from € 100.00 to € 600.00;
b) for the violation referred to in Article 6, paragraph 16 from € 150.00 to € 900.00;

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