Pets at Peace by Fox & Weeks is proud to be able to offer pet loss services to Coastal Georgia and the South Carolina Lowcountry adhering to the same high standards Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors has established in 130 years of serving our neighbors in Savannah. In addition to offering immediate response and dignified pet cremation services, Pets at Peace by Fox & Weeks offers special pet tribute products and other grief support materials to help you and your family following the loss of your pet.

Caring for your Entire Family

Many families have placed their trust in Fox & Weeks over the years, and we have always been dedicated to serving the entire community and the entire family. Pets are very important members of our families that profoundly touch our lives. Because pets are unconditionally loyal and bring us immeasurable happiness, love and joy, it can be devastating to lose such an adored friend. As trained funeral professionals, Pets at Peace by Fox & Weeks understands the genuine sorrow that can be caused by the death of a loved one, especially an animal companion. That's why we offer families individual pet cremations and customized memorial services to help you say goodbye to your pet in a loving and dignified manner.

Saying Goodbye

Our experienced, compassionate funeral professionals understand how important it is to properly say goodbye to every member of your family. We encourage you to have a private Family Goodbye ceremony or hold a memorial service to honor and remember your pet. Additionally, our staff is available to help your family create the perfect tribute to reflect your pet's unique life. These comforting events offer you and your family the opportunity to share stories about your beloved pet and say your final goodbyes. Finally, we offer you the opportunity to memorialize your cherished friend by expressing your love and telling their story through words, pictures and music on our Pet Tales page.

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Pets at Peace by Fox & Weeks
Scott Weeks
7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive
Savannah, Georgia, 31406
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Bonaventure Rosenzweig, fourteen and half years old, died at his home early Monday morning, June 16, 2014 after a four day illness surrounded by his mishpacha(family). I was abandoned when I was eight weeks old for may...


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