How do you deal with a pet that has died?
Do you have them cremated or bury them in your yard? Or at a pet cemetery? Do you let the veterinarian take care of things?
Dealing With A Deceased Pet
Just as you experience grief in dealing with a human loss, pet loss brings grief as well. And remember that every person has their own path in having from a loss like this.
Some people like to place a headstone, statue, flowers or other object on their pets final resting spot while others will plant a flower or tree in a spot the pet loved to sunbathe in.
The picture above shows a dog statue and freshly turned soil. Below ground, my dog Pepper, who passed in February 2014, my dog Bear Bear, who passed in December 2013 and a little baby mouse that I bottle fed joined them.
This final resting place is in a place in the backyard that already was home to another one of my dogs. This little pet cemetery will eventually be a nice landscaped, Zen-like area but in the meantime, it’s a spot that causes me to pause and remember my sweet babies. Angel, Pepper, Bear Bear and the mousey all hold special places in my heart and I’ll always remember them.
If you live in the Muncie, Anderson or Indi anapolis area and need help with a pet burial or with a sick pet that needs to be taken to the vet for care or euthanasia, contact us at 765-744-5688. If we’re unable to help you we’ll do our best to find someone who can.
Many of our Muncie pet sitting clients have depended on its to help in these dire situations.
Kelley Stewart, CEO|Pet Sitter
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