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Faith91

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Hi I lost one of my dogs 3 weeks ago. We ended up burying her in my grandmother's backyard. Then 5 days ago I lost my other dog, one of her daughters and I have been going through some major depression. We were going to bury my dog I just lost next to her mother but my grandmother doesn't want 2 dogs buried in her backyard, let alone one. I think she was just letting me bury her back there because she felt sorry. But long story short we were going to bury her daughter in our backyard but I did not want to leave her mother over at my grandmother's house when she's not even wanted, so I was going to dig her up and bury her back next to her daughter in our backyard so they both won't be alone they'll be together and where they're both wanted and fyi why I did not bury my first dog in our backyard in the first place. Me and my mom thought it would be to hard to bury her in our back yard so we buried her somewhere we would be able to visit her, but it was unexpected for our other dog to die. I just don't no what else to do and I just want closure from all of this.
Always__there

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Hello Faith/Mom,
Talk about devastating not once but twice !! I feel for both of You and the emotional turmoil at this point in time. I am dealing with my own grief, just wanted to let you know I care. In going forward I wish you both Peace.          Sherry/Perryxx
PoisonIvy

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Would it still be possible to have the second dog cremated?  I ask because that's what I decided to do for my dog who died two weeks ago, even though my family has buried all other deceased pets in the backyard.  This way, I can take my dog with me wherever I move.
Faith91

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Thank you Always_there and I'm so sorry for whatever lost you are dealing with. I wish you peace as well.
Faith91

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PoisonIvy I thought about it but my mom did not want to burn our dog she wanted her to be buried as well.
Always__there

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Faith/Poison Ivy, 
Your latest question, removal of your pet from the yard site..... This question IS very much a sensitive topic and I am glad you did ask. I feel, within my person, the best individual to put that question to is that of Your TRUST VET. Afterall, it is after the fact, and whether human, feline or canine, the handling of remains must ABSOLUTELY be one of DIGNITY. Hope this gives you a better understanding in order to proceed. WAtm thoughts go out to You.      Sherry/Perryxx
PoisonIvy

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That is a good point, Always_there.  It would definitely be a health and dignity issue at this point.
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