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    Default 12 dogs over 10...TISSUE ALERT

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    How did I miss this???

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    I missed this as well. And yes a tissue alert. Beautiful, Debi.
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    A tissue alert for sure!
    Parti I am curious if you have your sweet babies cremated so you have them still or if you have a pet cemetery for them?
    I have all my babies cremated and keep their remains with their collars and pics of them (a statue if I can as well), but I have clients that have a pet cemetery in their yards.
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    We have our own land and cemetery and we grow seasonal flowers over them. We cremate and spread ashes.

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    We also spread their ashes. When I found out the carcass goes into dog food if you don't take it or cremate, no way. Weird or funny, it's the way I feel.

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    We have a pet cemetery too on our land. Nice post Debbie. We always have them cremated.

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    Meant to say I love the pictures Parti.

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    Some beautiful pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10muddypaws View Post
    Meant to say I love the pictures Parti.
    You guys are awesome. I have both cremated and buried. It really depends on the time of year.
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    I've been there. Don't have as many dogs as I used to, but currently two 12 year olds (just lost one). As a funny aside, all my dogs have been cremated but I want their ashes scattered with mine. My husband jokes we are probably the only family in the world that moves with a giant rubbermaid tub of dog ashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerlvr View Post
    I've been there. Don't have as many dogs as I used to, but currently two 12 year olds (just lost one). As a funny aside, all my dogs have been cremated but I want their ashes scattered with mine. My husband jokes we are probably the only family in the world that moves with a giant rubbermaid tub of dog ashes.
    This is why I keep the ashes, I also want them mixed with mine then let loose in the wind.
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