In a free country such as the U.S. (I joke -- it is fascist in matters large and small), in years past it could be buried in the yard or in a vacant lot. Perhaps even with a small ceremony with the kids if the dog was a family pet. Now, due to "environmentalal", "public health", or whatever other reasons local bureaucracies can come up with, in most towns that is verboten. (Sieg Heil). You now have to pay to take it to a veterinarian to dispose of.
You either have to pay a vet or a pet crematorium to dispose of them...or, yes, it is still possible to bury them in the back yard in the dead of night, but it is now illegal. I'm sure the government has a very nice-sounding reason for this, but it seems to come down to if you're not spending money, they don't get a piece of it.
Just call the city.
In my case, they came and picked the carcass.
Shelters and vets will get ride of the body usually by incineration. Fora burial and plot you need to go to a animal funeral home never seen one or a true pet cemetsry but suposidly they are back.
by stardom1437 months ago
Why does my dog chew off my other dogs fur? How can I get him to stop?we rescued a toy poodle mix ( not sure of the mix part so I call him a poothing) Teddy. Teddy like to pluck my other toy poodle's (Einsien) fur off....
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