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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 01-30-2015, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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Do you bury your dog or cremate your dog. I am sorry to ask.

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Zira is cremated and is in my office. I like having her close to me. There are companies that can do really nice things with the ashes of the dearly departed. My vet had the company not seal the urn completely, with a good tug the top will come off. I intend to have something nice done, when the wound is not so fresh. Did you lose a dog? Or asking for the future?
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I hope you are not asking for something that is currently happening, if so I'm very sorry. We had our last muttie cremated after she was put to sleep. It was kind of comforting for us to keep her around. We made a little area on a counter with the urn and her collar and a clay paw print we had made.
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I can't bear the thought of them cremated ever since I saw on TV many years ago a news program about pet ashes mix-ups/scams. We feel lucky to own a lot of land and to be able to bury our pets here.

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Our first Dobe, back in the early 80's, we buried on our 8 acres under his favorite tree. At that time, we had planned on living there forever. But, things change and now I wish I would have cremated him because now we moved. All my others were cremated.
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we cremated Deckard. his box sits on the mantle right now.

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We have done both, depending on the circumstances.

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Cremate--never figured I'd be in the same place forever and didn't like the idea of some stranger or worse, some developer, digging up one of the cat or dogs bones.
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I also cremate. That way, they stay with me no matter where I am. I couldn't bear the thought of them being buried somewhere away from where I'm living.

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we had Mysti cremated, and she stays in my room. Sometimes I will put her in the computer room in the window, she loved laying in the sun. I am glad we did not bury her because we moved and she would have been stuck there without me.
I will have my other girls cremated when the time is right and they will have their own place, I am going to get a curio cabinet for them.

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we cremated Quincy, he sits in a pewter urn on the mantle.
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always cremate so that they are with me always , whether I move or not.. couldn't stand the thought of them underground and moving away and leaving them behind.

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I can't bear the thought of them cremated ever since I saw on TV many years ago a news program about pet ashes mix-ups/scams. We feel lucky to own a lot of land and to be able to bury our pets here.
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Luckily, there are some places that offer Private Viewings. where its just your dog and they have a viewing room, so you can your pet cremated and treated with dignity (this way you know they didn't just throw them in the dumpster out back, like some of the stories you read about) and the ashes you get ARE of your pet, not someone else's. or just ashes from somebodys fireplace.

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I bury in the place where I live. My dogs remain in the place where they had dun and lived their lives. I will be cremated but I want my dogs to return to the land that nourished them.

I would have preferred a natural burial for myself, but as I cremated my husband (since that was his wish), I bought a position in the wall next to him.


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Our first Dobe was buried on my parent's property and the last two were cremated. One is in a nice wooden box and the other in a velvet bag. I wanted them to be close.

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I cremated my dogs, they are in cedar box urns in my bedroom. It is very comforting for me to be close to them, especially right after they passed. Similar to others, I've moved quite a bit, and my dogs were danes, which made burial very difficult.
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I have done both. Depends upon the situation. I am not currently in a place that is not my own, so I cremated Axel.
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mine have all been buried in my indoor riding arena.
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I've done both, but given the choice, I'll do cremation. I've had to move, and "leave them behind", which was tough. I have five cats buried in my backyard here, and when the city redid the sewer lines, I think they might have dug some of them up. I stood there and cried when I saw that.


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I will cremate. We have buried dogs and leaving them behind completely with someone else in their home was hard. I plan on doing a glass memorial piece and probably spreading the rest of their ashes somewhere they loves. Or a lot of places they loved.

Something like this...
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I will cremate. We have buried dogs and leaving them behind completely with someone else in their home was hard. I plan on doing a glass memorial piece and probably spreading the rest of their ashes somewhere they loves. Or a lot of places they loved.

Something like this...
https://www.etsy.com/listing/1829658...home_active_23
My thoughts exactly. I have left good dogs and good horses on places I thought I would be forever. Now they are all cremated and when I die, all their ashes will be with me. Will never leave another again anywhere.
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Our first girl Tanya, was put down (full of cancer, that spread) and left at the Vets in the 1980's.
- probably placed in a black garbage bag, picked up by a dead stock company, sent to a rendering plant & ended up in a new bag of Old Roy dog food
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Our second girl Amy, was cremated...the best option, we had.

Late summer, we moved to our country property, into the 1960's brick bungalow that's been under extensive renovation (off & on) over a few years.

As a nice surprise for Mom, I designed a "memorial Doberman wall" for our former girls.
Tanya (born 1977) and Amy (born 2000) - features include:
- Tanya's obedience trophy (1st place in class, after 18 weeks of daily training)
- two dog tags, from both former dogs
- Amy's favorite teddy, one of her babies
- Amy's special toy, a rubber moose (purchased at TSC)...and always hid from son's little dog Trevor
- Amy's urn/ashes & cast paw print
- Amy's last construction piece of scrap wood, for good chewing fun
- and finally a Doberman beanie baby, to complete the tribute

This one construction project was a labor of love, and an honor to incorporate our fond doggy memories, into our newer living quarters.
- at the end of the hallway, right beside the master bedroom

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I will cremate mine when they pass. I hope to find a reputable place so I know I get them back. We don't plan on staying here after we retire so leaving them isn't an option. I have 2 horses that I've cremated in the past because I was living in an apartment at the time. The company did a really good job engraving a likeness and a poem that I wrote for each of them. They made a beautiful wooden boxes that I have moved with me twice. Unfortunately that company is up by Dallas so I will have to find some place new when that time comes. I can hope and dream that they will live for the 15 or so years until we retire into WY.


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Zira is cremated and is in my office. I like having her close to me. There are companies that can do really nice things with the ashes of the dearly departed. My vet had the company not seal the urn completely, with a good tug the top will come off. I intend to have something nice done, when the wound is not so fresh. Did you lose a dog? Or asking for the future?
Oh I have Fred buried in back. Just saying...
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I hope you are not asking for something that is currently happening, if so I'm very sorry. We had our last muttie cremated after she was put to sleep. It was kind of comforting for us to keep her around. We made a little area on a counter with the urn and her collar and a clay paw print we had made.
No, nothing happening now. I have Fred buried in back. He has been there for over 20 years. I have Rudy and Dixie now, 6 and 7.

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