How to Bury a Dead Dog?

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You will want to wrap the dead dog in something before you bury it. You will want to make sure that you choose a spot where there is not a lot of activity. You will want to dig a deep enough hole that not animal will dig it up.
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First, check with your local regulations. It might be illegal to bury something larger than a cat in your yard. If it is legal, remember that six feet is the depth that something large must go before other animals can detect the odor of decomposition. A biodegradable container, such as cardboard, will work as a 'casket', and will degrade into the earth with your pet's remains.
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