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So i sadly had to bury my pet dog yesterday in the garden after it passed away, thing is it starting to freak me out that he is just outside i was getting nightmares about the grave being too shallow and finding its remains. i think i should have got him cremated. should i leave it or take it to the vet to get it done?
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That would be freaky, how deep was the hole?
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You should have buried him in the pet cemetery, he would come back.
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I had my dog cremated. I don't know if I like that better than burying him.
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well if its bothering you that much, go for the cremation, how deep did you bury it?



about 3 feet. i never used a box because the tree roots were in the way so i just placed him in a blanket. i would be mentally scarred if i saw his rotting corpse or skeleton.
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about 3 feet. i never used a box because the tree roots were in the way so i just placed him in a blanket. i would be mentally scarred if i saw his rotting corpse or skeleton.



hes in a better place now

and its called dog heaven =]
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about 3 feet. i never used a box because the tree roots were in the way so i just placed him in a blanket. i would be mentally scarred if i saw his rotting corpse or skeleton.

If you buried him yesterday he is not going to be a rotting corpse or a skeleton quite yet.
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#9
3 feet is plenty

my condolences about your dog tho, losing a companion is incredibly hard
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If you buried him yesterday he is not going to be a rotting corpse or a skeleton quite yet.



even just like really dirty and covered with insects. it sort of makes me want to move away having that bad memory of finding him dead and burying him because he didnt die at the vets.
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even just like really dirty and covered with insects. it sort of makes me want to move away having that bad memory of finding him dead and burying him because he didnt die at the vets.

if you dont want to dig him up, higher some people to put in a planter where you buried him, then they'll find it, and do something with it.
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if you dont want to dig him up, higher some people to put in a planter where you buried him, then they'll find it, and do something with it.



whats a planter?
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[quote="'Tommy[fin"]']So he didn't get put to sleep? It just died?


yeah died when i was holding it. i kept saying i think you are gonna have to put him down to the vet on the phone, he probably understood.
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my condolences. RIP little furry friend. God, i hope my pup turns out to be immortal


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my condolences. RIP little furry friend. God, i hope my pup turns out to be immortal



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Thanks man.
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:'(


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yeah died when i was holding it. i kept saying i think you are gonna have to put him down to the vet on the phone, he probably understood.


it died when you were holding it. my god. i hope u feel better soon man.
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#21
bury him in the pet cemetery.

what could go wrong?
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it died when you were holding it. my god. i hope u feel better soon man.

thanks man it was age 13 so it was old.