BFF Urns offers peace of mind when it comes to honoring the legacy of your pet companions. We’ve been pet owners our whole lives and understand first hand how every pet becomes a treasured member of the family. We know first-hand that it’s never easy to say goodbye to a beloved pet, but we’re here to help you find the closure and peace you deserve.

Meet Mike & Tracey

Mike is an expert craftsman with 40-plus years of wood-working and cabinetry experience. He owned his own furniture restoration business for 15-years in addition to working with other reputable cabinet and furniture makers. He has even had the privilege of completing a finished kitchen for Hollywood actress, Glenn Close! His work has also been featured on the hit television show This Old House on several occasions.

Beyond being an accomplished craftsman, Mike is a compassionate animal lover. He has rescued many pets throughout the years and has a special place in his heart for birds. Mike currently works as a cremation professional at a reputable pet hospice center in Hampton Roads, Virginia, and has first-hand experience when it comes to helping pet owners through the loss and grieving process of losing a pet.

Tracey has a passion for design and enjoyed time managing a small business in Maine, representing a number of high-end furniture makers. Growing up in New England, Tracey had many pets including dogs, cats, ducks, and geese. BFF Urns is the perfect way for her to combine her passion for wood-working and animals.

Mike and Tracey both recognize that losing a pet is never easy and make it their mission to provide closure with complete understanding, compassion, and one-of-a-kind artistry to help honor the memory of your pet.

Have a question? Please feel free to contacts us by phone, email, or website contact form.

207.522.3078

bffurns@gmail.com

M-SAT: 9am – 5pm

Sun: 11am – 4pm

“Our animal friends teach us more than we could have expected and love us more than we could have ever hoped…that’s why we miss them more than we could have imagined.” – Author Unknown