A place to celebrate the lives of our pets.
Welcome to Ripspot®, a more personal, eco-friendly way to celebrate a beloved pet who has passed away. A Ripspot is a virtual pin that marks a meaningful place. Perhaps it was a favorite park, a trail, a beach, or wherever they liked to play.
A Ripspot is ideal for marking the location ashes have been scattered and can serve as a wonderful obituary to be shared with friends and family.
How It Works
In just a few simple steps, you’ll be able to pin locations, create a photo gallery and biography and share it with friends and family. You can continually add to the Ripspot and even allow others to contribute, from posting memories to sharing their own photos.
We believe the process of celebrating our loved ones should better reflect the lives they lived.
Losing a pet or a loved one will never be easy. At Ripspot we are committed to using technology to make the process more relevant, affordable and eco-conscious. We are a proud member of 1% for the Planet. By giving 1% of our gross revenues to nonprofit environmental causes, we are helping ensure our planet and future generations thrive.
A Place to Celebrate
Mark meaningful places. Write a biography. Create a photo gallery. Share with friends and family.
Helpful tips and FAQs
Is a Ripspot a place where ashes have been scattered?
Creating a Ripspot is a wonderful way to mark the location where a pet or a loved one’s ashes have been scattered or buried, but it is not dependent on ashes or a burial. It is a virtual demarcation of a meaningful place. If you plan to scatter or bury ashes, we recommend that you check with the local municipality as they may restrict doing so.
Can we create a Ripspot for a person?
Ripspot is a platform for celebrating loved ones who have passed away. While we have designed the platform for celebrating the lives of pets, we do allow its use for celebrating all of our loved ones.
What is aquamation?
Aquamation is an end of life service that is similar to cremation in that the family receives ashes, only the process uses water and alkali to accelerate the natural decomposition of a body. Aquamation uses 90% less energy than flame cremation, making it a more eco-friendly alternative. Ask your veterinarian or funeral director if aquamation is an option in your area.