What To Do With Your Pet’s Body

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According to this site, there are several options related to taking care of your pets body after it has passed. They list the following:

Home Burial – Digging a hole and  putting your pet in your backyard. My family has always done this.

Cremation – This seems to range anywhere from $30 to $350 bucks depending on how you want it done.

Pet Cemetaries – Prices will vary and can be costly if you’re paying a monthly fee.

Pet Taxidermy or freeze-drying – I wouldn’t want to see my pet frozen on my counter, but some ppl do.

Veterinary Hospital Care – Basically you’d surrender their body.

Educational Memorial – Basically turning them into cadavers for research.

Personally, I’ve had many pets buried in my backyard….dogs, birds, rabbits, fishes….but as of this moment, I think I would actually like to cremate my dogs and scatter their ashes somewhere nice when it’s time for them to go.

This may be a sensitve subject for some, but just like human bodies, I feel that it is important to think ahead to save the financial headaches down the line.

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