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Question DetailsAsked on 1/26/2016

Dead pet dog removal from home

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Sorry to hear of the loss of what was probably your best friend.

Several alternatives:


1) drive him/her to your vet for cremation


2) call vet or local animal control for the name of local pet cremation facility, who will generally come by to pick it up


3) in some locales, and subject to regulations regarding depth of burial, concrete or casket encasement, liming, distance from wells, etc - you can bury it in your back yard


4) seems crass to me, but in many areas you can put a bagged dead pet in the trash can to be taken away with your garbage - contact trash collection company about that

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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