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    I have a very ill dog. He probably is very close to natural death, I may even need to put him out of his misery. This really really sucks.

    Just thinking about what to do with him. Thinking of burying him the backyard. But I'm not sure how many more years we will be in this house. I live in a neighborhood, I guess its illegal to bury him in our yard (though I really don't care if its legal or not). He's a big lab ... would have to dig through mostly rock in hard ground, deep to do the job right. Yet, my yard could be someone's swimming pool in a few years.

    Maybe it doens't matter where his physical body will be. His spirit and soul will live on in our house. I'm putting a nice photo of him, and his bowl and orange collar on the wall in a corner of our house.

    Rowdy will be flushing pheasants in a far better place soon. All dogs go to heaven. All he ever wanted do his whole life, was to please me. And now he's so f**king sick. What the f**k?

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    did you concider haveing him cremated,sorry to hear the bad news
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    first off, i'm sorry to hear it.

    i had my GSP cremated by herself and got the ashes back. i have them sitting on my fireplace with her collar and tags. i think it was around $300 maybe. Maybe &250?
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    I'm sorry to hear about your dog. That is one thing i am not looking foward to deal with. I love my dogs too much to even thing about that. Thats why we have to enjoy them while they are here and just give them the best life we can. Once again i am sorry.

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    JL, very sorry for this news, as we treat our pets like family. I lost my Rotti a few years ago, still can't come to terms on replacing her yet. I got her cremated by herself, it cost around $250 like Woj stated, the place I used is just over the border from Bergen County, it is in Rockland County NY.....Man I miss her, I could remember so many times she would be dragging any deer I got thru the yard, and when I got my first bear mount back and it was on the wall she would go nuts

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    That bites man. I have two dogs myself. both are young yet but I know when the time comes I'll be a complete wreck.

    Woj had a good idea. creamate him and keep the ahes or spread them on your favorite hunting area this way he'll always be hunting with you.
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    creamate him and keep the ahes or spread them on your favorite hunting area this way he'll always be hunting with you.
    Brownstones (Sammy) wants to be creamated and have his ashes spread over where we hunt, but that would kill all living life forms around

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    When my dog died we spread his ashes around the fields at Black River

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    My first Drahthaar is sitting in a wooden box in the living room where she watches TV with us every night.
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    My first Drahthaar is sitting in a wooden box in the living room where she watches TV with us every night
    Does this mean that she is still alive?

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