If you wish to bury your dog on your property, first check that your local laws allow this. Certain areas prohibit burial of pets, especially in cities. Before burial, remove the body from any non-biodegradable materials (such as plastic) before burial. The body can be placed in a wooden or cardboard casket.
How to Dispose of a Dead Animal If your pet dog or cat has died, scroll below the photo. Read the below do-it-yourself advice first, but if you need to hire help, click here for my 2018 nationwide list of 100’s of professional dead animal removal companies As a wildlife removal expert, I’m often called to remove dead animals from property.
Retaining your dog’s cremated ashes can be a wonderful way to commemorate your beloved pet. (See below) TIP: You may take your dog’s body to your vet’s office to save on costs, but this might not be the best option if you’re too emotional to handle the body.
Mar 18, 2010 · My dog died a few days ago just lying on the floor in the corner of my living room. We knew it was coming because he’s been very sick lately but now that he’s dead we don’t know what to do …
Move your dog’s body to the coolest location you can find to give you time to make arrangements. For large dogs, place the body on a blanket you won’t mind disposing of with a tarp underneath. Put your pet’s body in a cool location, such as on the concrete floor of a basement or garage.
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Yeah, I know it’s a weird question. But it’s clearly on the minds of many of my clients. One couldn’t help wiping her eyes last Saturday morning as she asked about the unthinkable: “I’m so scared I’ll wake up and find her dead and won’t know what to do or where to go because your office is closed.” Wow.